Question about Samsung Galaxy S Iii Gt-i9300 - 16gb - Marble White S3 Factory Unlocked
Put the phone in a container filled with raw white rice and close lid on container let phone set in it for 24 hrs it will pull the moisture out of the screen
Posted on Jul 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, Your phone's display is operated by 2 separate wire ribbons. One of them sends data to the display's matrix and the other one powers the led backlight. A display doesn't produce light on it's own so instead it utilises some white led's to light up. What you see on the display are actually those led's lighting up from under the display. I supose your problem is with the display connector. However the phone must be dissasembled and the display connector must be checked. In order to do this you will need some T5-T6 screwdrivers (they can be found at most radioshacks or electronics store). Locate the display's connectors and with the phone opened, try to move them around a bit to see if something is showing on the display. Also check all the connectors on the phone mainboard for cracks or other defects. I'm sorry for I can't help you more with this on a simple chat. If you have any questions however, please ask and I will try to guide you through this process.
Posted on Sep 09, 2007
go get a torx screw driver and open it up stop turning it on that will only hurt it ... once you open it up dry under a lamp for a day and it will probably work
Posted on Oct 03, 2007
the components of your phone where wet, and it is possible that your phone is death. it can be repaird at the repair center, but it will cost you a lot. it will cost you more then a new phone, so you are better of with a new phone.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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