Question about Cell Phones
The problem is from the ribbon that attach the screen to the main board of the phone, it is not properly connected that is why you do not have display. If the phone should have fallen, then the screen might be faulty. If it did not fall from you, then it means the ribbon of the screen is disconnected from the phone.
First, try to flash the phone, then you open it up carefully. And sit the ribbon that links the screen to the main panel of the phone properly.
And if that does not help, then you need to replace the screen of the phone.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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