Hello ...i have the same problem and situation.Unfortunately that damaged the LCD already bec the glass cleaner absorbs the liquid that makes it unresponsive to taps. You got to have that replaced or have that checked by authorized dealers or repair centers.
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hold the home and power button when turning your phone on. this should take you to a black screen with like a triangle on it. Hold "alt+w" and this should wipe your phone to factory settings.
if that doesnt work you may need to reinstall android completly. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=491350 follow these steps and make sure you have the right image file. its rc29 for us or rc7 for uk. they both can be found here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=442480 (under step 2 in preparing to root your phone.
To perform a full reset A full device reset clears memory, deletes all data, and restores the Pocket PC Phone to its default settings. Programs installed at the factory remain. All data that you have created and programs you have installed are erased.
Press and hold the Power button, and then use your stylus to press the “soft reset button” at the same time. Be sure you have backed up all your data on an SD card or on a desktop PC before performing a full reset. Hope this helps.
change the settings for the backlight.. just go to
start>Settings>System>Backlight and use the tab to go to next
page and there will be the setting for the backlight while on charge.
Just move it up to desired lighting and there your done.
My XDA II has developed exactly the same problem and I think I have descovered what the problem is...
My XDA as a very small gap between the screen and the plastic case, I noticed that a piece of grit gad got in there and I used the corner of a piece of paper to try to remove the particle. I was unsuccessful and only managed to move the piece of grit up to the top right hab corner of the screen. Imediatly after this I started having trouble. I have now found if I push the plastic case into closer proximity to the screen I starts to work again.
Please try this and see how you get on. It may be that I have to have my screen replaced!! Or at the very least the dust etc cleaned out from around the screen.
Routine cleaning for MobilePro devices.
Caution: Do not spray any cleaning fluids or foam directly onto the MobilePro unit.
Caution: Never use harsh solutions, household cleaners, or spray cleaners that contain caustic materials on the MobilePro.
Clean or dust the system as follows.
· Display screen - Carefully wipe the LCD screen with a soft cloth or a screen wipe designed for that purpose. Special screen wipes are available through your local computer dealer.
· Keyboard - Carefully wipe the keyboard with a dry soft cloth.
· External case (with LCD closed) - Carefully wipe the case with a slightly damp, almost dry cloth.