Question about Samsung SCHU960 Cell Phone
I had the same problem. I was able to gain temporary use of my touchscreen by placing a piece of tape (folded to make a handle) on the dark spot on my screen. This is where the layers were stuck together. I rebooted the phone while gently pulling on the tape handle to separate the layers. I was able to navigate to the restore screen and hit the yes button. There were points when it stopped responding. All I had to do was gently pull on the tape handle again to get the screen to respond again. I'm sure you have already solved your problem, but hopefully, this will help someone else.
Posted on Jan 17, 2011
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