Question about Samsung Cell Phones
Digitalizers have two or three very small snap connectors on
the end of ribbon wires. I don't know exactly where they are on
your device but most likely up near the top. Look for small ribbon wires coming from the front display and bent over the
circuit board with squarish or rectangular snap connectors on their ends. It is possible that one or more of the snap connector could have been jarred loose but not likely. More likely is they got moisture in them and need to be dried out.
Posted on Apr 08, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes Rogers is most likely right as that does sound very much like water damage. There isnt much you can do as water damage repair involves expensive equipment. Your best bet is to send it off for repair. If you google cell phone repair there will be many eager merchants to help you. Also fixya does provide a vast directory of repair specialists found here.
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Posted on Aug 07, 2009
i think your baterry is drained already..try to charge your battery in a universal charger, or a clip charger.then continue charging with your original charger
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
Unfortunately there is a problem in some google play services on some devices. Google won't acknowledge the problem and it is very frustrating, the best advice I can give you is take back to where you got it because it effects functionality of your phone and hence isn't doing what they said it would. I know it's a rough answer (the same thing had happened to my sisters s3) your not alone. Take it back as soon as suppliers start complaining they will fix it, having said that it is Google's problem so maybe complain there is you can be bothered going through the process. Just remember your phone doesn't do what the seller said it would and you are entitled to fix or replace under Australian law.
Posted on Mar 06, 2015
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