Question about Cell Phones
Phone and laptop screens both function the same way. They make the screen come to life via a ribbon cable. If this cable comes loose you will lose your ability to view the screen correctly. Or a part of the integrated circuit board (IC) has malfunctioned. In either case you are without a screen. Check warranty on phone. Also, insurance (if you have it) will cover it as long as you didn't subject it to water. And drying out the phone won't help. They can see water damage inside the phone.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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