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Sony ericsson p910a cell phone

How do you remove the touchscreen because i try it and it seem if it's glue to it, but i'm not sure? thanks you

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Hello. There's a special adhesive attached to the back of the touchscreen that allows it to be attached to the LCD screen. You will need to start prying it off the LCD screen very slowly, working from one corner and slowly peeling it back with the use of an x-acto knife, or other sharp-bladed knife. You must be very careful as it's very easy to permanently damage the LCD screen underneath. I suspect your touchscreen stopped working, hence the need to replace it. Good luck.

Posted on Apr 03, 2009

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First, does the same issue occur when using the phone with the flip closed? That is, can you use the jog dial and keys on the flip properly?

If the phone works fine with the keypad and jog dial, then you should be able to try to recalibrate the touchscreen.

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Second, if you turn the phone off and on again, with the flip open, does anything load by itself, or does the touchscreen react as if something is being pressed?

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First, does the same issue occur when using the phone with the flip closed? That is, can you use the jog dial and keys on the flip properly?

If the phone works fine with the keypad and jog dial, then you should be able to try to recalibrate the touchscreen.

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