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Cracked screen- need help!

I left my phone on the ground, for about an hour. I came back and theres a huge black oval and the rest is a transparent white, i checked the area there was no water and nothing fell on it. I felt the screen and it wasnt cracked or anything. i just got this phone, and need a lot of help. My parents wil kill me if i tell the. So i need quick inexpensive solutions to this problem, asap! thank you.

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Not really much of a solution for a cracked LCD (that's what you're dealing with) outside of a new phone or a new LCD. If you left it on the ground, it either took a hit, or got too hot (southern US would get plenty hot enough to do this). Sorry, but you may want to start saving up for an insurance claim.

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