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Display Problem!! my display just went off one day with no apparent reason.. initially the display was distorted.. but now it is completely gone.. al i get is a white screen with nothing else.. no water entered my phone nor is it physically damaged..

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Re: Display Problem!!

Dear it must there are to ways the 1_st to check your mobile software (download a new software) and the 2_nd that happend when your cell drope from a high distance so you have to reconnect the data connector cable of the screen(open the cell and remove the cable and reconnect it again)

Posted on Aug 05, 2007

Re: Display Problem!!

I have my phone fixed to a repair shop - they just replaced the crystal IC.

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

Re: Display Problem!!

Buy a new Phone

Posted on Jan 11, 2008

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Display gone after few minute

hi :)
For n70 model that have two reason made it no display. 1 : display IC damage. 2 : the display has damage. the both pro above u need send for technician replace.
please voted me if my solution useful,thank.

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A large number of applications are installed on blackberry smartphone.To resolve this issue complete the following steps:
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