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White screen on g1 andriod

After atempting too many pattrens i have white screen on my phone and it remain like that white without any display until i take out the battery

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Sir,
Try doing the "slide to unlock" motion on the white screen. Also third party application software problem. If not solved, update the firmware. For firmware update go to the manufactuer's site for download else contact customer support.
Link 1 for more info.

Thanks Good Luck
Appreciate to rate as "Fixya"

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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