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You could visit your local Apple Store. To repair the screen runs around $149 dollars and takes around half an hour. They will also probably offer to replace the entire phone or around $229 dollars. Had a co-worker with the same issue last week and the above is what happened to him. Hope that helps!
Not unless you have access to the tools and spare parts necessary. Don't expect it to be a cheap repair. You haven't given details as to which parts are broken either, and so it may be that repairs make no economic sense.
If the phone is about 2 years old (most are) then the repair makes no sense at all as it's going to be far cheaper to buy a functional previously-owned example.
go to your nearest samsung center. that is a software problem that only technicians can fix. they can reprogram the phone or simply upgrade your software. its also good if your phone is under warranty.
Your gonna need to buy a really cheap phone exactly the same model as yours. You should definitely use the internet to do so. After doing so either find a local repair facility and have them swap the boards or buy the Precision Electronics Tool kit from Lowes or Home Depot and do it yourself...
Well, its possible that you just need to turn the phone off, and turn it back on. Or maybe when you dropped it, something inside the screen itself broke.The only way to be sure is to take it in and have them look at it. Good luck.
it's a problem with the connection between the touchscreen and phone. the m880 is notorious for it. there's a few quick fixes but they don't last long. take it in to get fixed or buy a different phone, mine is six months old, same problem.