Question about Cell Phones
Clean the screen, pay close attention to the edges, use a q-tip if you have to. Most likely the screen is sensing dirt or dust or grease and not your finger
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HTC messaging disappeared
I had this problem ,also no notifications of voicemail as well as not being able to acces the messaging screen. I was just about to send the handset in for repair and decided to remove the 4gb micro sd card .turned the phone off ,removed the card,turned it on again ,bam messaging works again !! hope this can help someone else too :-)
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
Near the joint of the phone, on the inside, there is a tiny hole that hides the switch for the inner screen...it's location is indicated by the small nipple on the upper-half of the phone, again near the joint/hinge.
This correlation between the nipple and small hole acts as the auto-off switch for the inner screen when you close the phone.
Inside the hole is a thin plastic membrane with a flexible copper contact underneath called a contact switch, and nicknamed a bubble switch for the general appearance (the shape is similar to a small bead of water on a waxed car).
Normally convex shaped, these contacts can be pressed (deformed) into a concave, which means that, as a switch, it is still making contact as if the phone is closed.
This happens often when the closed phone is pressed hard, and some never realize that they did it (sat on it, etc.) until the screen is blank.
There are 2 ways to pop the switch back out; The first is the proper way, by opening the case and accessing the circuit board...but the other way is the first-try method that you as a user can do easily before seeking a service center:
Using a non-sharp piece of wire or stiff plastic (a ball-point pen if it will fit, and if it won't a bread wire-tie folded tightly in half, or a straw from a broom, etc.), poke gently into the hole and run the point around in a circular pattern to cause the deflated bubble to pop out.
The screen will/should flicker while you're doing this...and will come on when you got it.
Posted on May 01, 2010
SOURCE: My touch screen won't work.
Try to turn off the cellphone, remove the battery for 5 minutes then re-insert the battery and try again. If the touch screen still doesn't functions try to restore the factory settings.
Posted on Nov 19, 2010
SOURCE: my phone's touch screen is
A diagnostic list includes 1. performing a full device power charge 2. change the entire battery 3. Reset the device with the pin area provided to estblish default settings 4. refer to the user manual 5. contact technical support online for further asistance
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
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