If the screen is intact try this
I had a phone do this and believe it or not if yours is having the same problem you can put it in the freezer for 5-10 minutes and get about 5 minutes of screen time to recover important messages or contacts. I don't know why but being a computer nerd I figured a deep freeze may help and it did! repeat if necessary.
Also, if that doesn't work for you, then try putting your phone in rice for 1 to 2 days. It worked for me, and my sister
If you have a phone that has been damaged by water but still works, it may still have a blue screen. You have to allow your phone to dry, and this can be done by taking out the battery and laying that and the phone is a bowl of rice overnight.
i have a touch screen, my phone is fine and still running. some phones might not work as well as some regarding damage though
Not directly, although Zagg sells a product called invisible shield that protects your cell phones screen from damage. It is strong enough to be jabbed by a key and still withstand damage.
The best you can hope for is that the screen will be replaced, and even that's a stretch. The warranty covers product defect... dropping it is considered damage by abuse, and voids the warranty.
There is a sensor on the inside of your phone that turns a different color if it has significany water damage. If this sensor hasn't turned, your warranty is still good.
the screen is 4.3 inches its not a large phone about the size of an iphone, it has a kickstand on the back so that you can still hear the speaker lcd color screen
Just buy a new screen and replace it :)
CHeck the Hardware version of the LCD screen you got, and make sure it's the same as the Hardware version on your phone.
You have two choices... either replace the screen - or - replace the phone... whichever is cheapest.
The iPhone screen may be cracked but it might still be usable. If you really want a new screen, buy a replacement screen or buy a new phone.
An LCD protector should protect your phone against a substantial amount of damage from small abrasions, but it's still not the panacea for cell phone damage.
Your best bet is to remove the plastic layer of the screen using a screw driver, but you may or may not strike the LCD panel and damage it if you are not careful. Dry the plastic layer with a towel and gently swab the LCD panel. Hope this helps!
I have a Nokia cell phone I forgot what the name was but it is a flip phone. I've had it for almost two years and since last night its been showing a blank white screen, I can still use it and it still shows the regular screen but its flashing a white screen every 8 seconds and the mini screen on the outside isn't working at all....is there anything I can do to fix it before i take it into AT&T?
Its still unproven but prolonged exposure to the mobile phone can outset brain damage in later years of life.
Do you remember the first time you bought a DS or a new phone. They usually come with a plastic film over the screen that protects it. Well this would keep smudges off your screen and the screen would still be just as sharp as if it was off.
if you would prefer a phone with a touch screen that still slides out text then I would say the cosmos touch is better. If you would prefer a phone that is not a touch screen but still flips up to text i would go with the octane. Both are from Verizon and neither require a data plan.
I have a at&t touch screen android phone from somebody and I've never seen no life to it I have plugged it in but still nothing what could be wrong?
Well no it's not different only the color is different but still the phone still has the same
Yes. Depending on the damage to screen, it may be difficult or impossible to read. You can connect an external monitor, keyboard, and mouse, and use it like you would a desktop.
Yes it can as soon as the phone is removed from the water pat or shake it dry put it in a bowl of rice for 24-48 hours the most you would have to wait is a week after that it should work and you can still use the rice as well :)
It depends on how broken it is. A phone screen is comprised of 3 layers. There's the glass layer which protects the digitizer and LCD display, the digitizer layer (which recognizes touch input), and then the LCD screen that sits underneath them all. If the glass is cracked but touch input still works and the LCD displays all the parts of the screen then replacement glass costs about $35. If touch input doesnt work then that means that the digitizer is damaged which is about $40 in parts. If the screen is so damaged that it does not display a complete picture then thats another $40 in parts (on top of the costs of the glass and digitizer) to get the LCD screen layer. Then you gotta pay the tech for his labor as well as the shipping costs for the new screen. Depending on the level of damage I would say that that $80 is the minimum you would pay and $200 would be the maximum if the screen has suffered extreme damage.
because it is waterproff and it protects it. also it has a plasic cover over then glass so if you do smash the glass if dont fall out but shaters and holds the screen together still.
Yes, Samsung makes phones with the ability to still be able to use your phone if the touch screen goes out. They have multiple slide out phones.
Yes, Ever put a magnifying glass in front of the sun? It might not be as mangnified but it can still screw it up bad