Hi, I was taking a nap this afternoon and accidentally dropped my phone from my bed to the ground. And then when I woke up, my phone does not display anything on the screem. In other words, the screem turns to black but I can still make a phone call and pick up phone calls but I just cant's see anything on the screem b'cuz it's absolutely black now. What should I do? Please respond me ASAP. > < Thank you.
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Alright, i know this is old, but i hope i can help those guys/gals, i
recently bought the phone and i had this problem too, i dont know if it
will work, but its worth a try, when i tried everything, i started
losing hope, but i tried knocking the phone on something soft like a
towel or the bed mattress, then it works wonderously, and i heard some
people accidentally dropped their phone on the ground etc, and it works
like normal again... although i would never recommend dropping the
phone on hard surfaces, just try knocking on your bed mattress (do not
EVER knock on the metal area, im not responsible for any damages), or
put a towel on your lap and knock it few times with the screen face
down (of course, just knock slowly, dont put too much pressure...) hope
this helps!, and sorry for the long phrase of boringness!
Like everyone else here I have accidentally hit the NAP button and couldn't turn it off. This morning at 2am I accidentally hit it with my husband in bed. I decided one and for all to guide this out. By flashlight and my cell phone i Googled a solution. I came across many, none of which worked. I resorted to trying methods that were posted for other models of this brand of clocks. The solution that I found that worked was to hold down the back part of the NAP button until the seat the time displayed and the nap light off. By back part of the button I mean hold down the tiny section closest to the rear of the clock. I got this solution from instructions for model RP3721A clock. It took me 17 minutes.That's just 3 minutes before the alarm would have gone off.