Question about Cell Phones
I have a kyocera m1000 and its not insured the screen went blank its just all white theres no cracks on the screen theres no damage to the phone it just turn white i was woundering if anyone had any idea what i can do or any tips please help thanx
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Screen went blank
There is something you can try. Using a Torx 6 driver, remove the two screws located beneath the battery. Gently pry the plastic cover loose. There will be a flex cable connecting it to the other portion of the phone. Gently disconnect it. Using 99.5% isopropyl alcohol and a soft bristled brush clean the connectors on both the cable and the circuit board. Reseat the connector and reassemble the phone. If this does not work the flex cable or LCD may need to be replaced.
Posted on Sep 09, 2007
SOURCE: samsung e900 white screen
There are two possible problems and two fixes for this white screen.
First it could be a damaged ribbon connecting your screen to the handset. This is the most common reason for the white screen.
You can buy ribbons and attempt the repair yourself (instructions are available on the net) or you can take it to a shop and they will fix it for you.
Second possible cause (which happened to me when my phone fell in the toilet) the firmware on your phone has been damaged.
Again this can be fixed by yourself (info available on the net) with the right tools (the option i used) or again a repair shop will fix it for you.
Either way your phone is not broken, just damaged and can be fixed.
Posted on May 09, 2008
SOURCE: kyocera oyster screen blank
I hope that when you say blank it means partially lit, with a kind of background, but no image.
This solution is not for an abused phone, as it does not seem to be mechanical, or due to a loose connection. It rather seems like a firmware failure. It will not make your phone usable, instead, it will enable you to retrieve your saved numbers. Once these cheap things start failing they become disposable.
Tried removing battery: No cigar. Tried opening it carefully (under 90 degrees) still no solution.
Here's what worked for me. Phone off, either by powering it down of by having removed the battery.
Get a toothpick, and with the phone CLOSED in the off position, pinch the power-on button and let the phone come on closed. It may not work the very first time, but you should be patient. Once it comes on, you can do just about anything with it until you power it down.
**Make sure you have charged your battery prior to this, since will be spending some time retrieving your numbers**
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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