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  • ruchin_mzn Aug 17, 2008

    in morning i m downloading a game from installer after that my screen not working

  • Anonymous Jan 14, 2009

    if i split to screen on the half the lower half part dosnt work.. I can se evrything on it but the touch dont work

  • crissypooh_7 Feb 12, 2009

    The lower half of my iphone stopped working (the slide function isn't working) after it fell. I tried reseting it by holding down the home button and the top button but the problem persists. 

  • arjmia_29 Mar 02, 2009

    I have the same problem with my Iphone. The touch screen not working in the lower half near the home button. I could not access the space or shift keys. Its useless because i could not even access to my phone directory and contacts.

  • cashborn10 Mar 27, 2009

    touch screen not working,half of the touch screen is not working after it fell

  • pambrown5 Apr 07, 2009

    I have been having problems with deadspots in my iphone touchscreen for almost a month now. First various areas didn't work, particularly lower right quad, especially on the keypad. Then, it started going really crazy. It would change screens randomly even though I didn't select them, sometimes entering letters and spaces I didn't touch. sometimes it would just go off like wildfire if I passed my fingers above the keypad -about a centimeter above - though not touching it.



    I took it into the Apple store for support. They told me that restoring the phone would update the software and likely fix the problem - which it did. While the phone was restoring, they noted that the phone indicated liquid had entered the liquid sensors. this is true. the phone did get wet about 4 months ago. I put it in a bag of rice for a day or so to be sure there was no water inside and it has worked just fine this whole time.



    While they admitted to me that they have seen this same problem in phones that have not been exposed to liquid, they told me they wouldn't warranty it. Fair enough, I understand that.



    A couple of weeks later, I started having similar problems. went to the store, another restore and it worked again. although while it was restoring they kept telling me that it was liquid damage. that it can take time to corrode, etc. I don't believe it. had it been within a week or two, I would, but not after 4 months. the moisture would have done it's damage and the corrosion maxed out long before now. but if someone (who doesn't work for Apple) has reason to believe otherwise, I'd be interested in hearing.



    now I am having the problem again but on a limited basis, only the very bottom right keys on the keypad are affected. does anyone know of a solution other than the restore thing?



    I would love to have someone look inside and tell me whether there is any corrosion.

  • Anonymous May 11, 2009

    i am in the half top screen



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If hard resetting and restoring it doesn't work you have a broken LCD screen. There is an iPhone repair website that shows you how to replace the screen yourself, if you're out of warranty.

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My iphone screen is not working i can't press * 0 # what can i do?

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

In my case,the phone was able to receive the calls ( slide function would work ) but nothing else worked.I switched it off and on using the top black buttom and boom.... it started working.

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My first 8 items doesnt work at all but my 4 items from the bottom they do work...what can i do....i need help fast please

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Restore it and den unlok it by ziphone or iliberty and then use it and if its not working during using d font then reboot it by pessing the home button and d power button simultaneously

enjoy

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