Screen probs, bought it 2nd hand, i haqve it one week.
The top of the screen, is placed in the middle of the screen, the bottom is placed on the top, it seems also, that a few pages are loaded at once. the screen was changed, and it made no difference, your help is appreciated
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Re: screen probs, bought it 2nd hand, i haqve it one...
System might be damanged,
You can hard reset the phone (Factory Settings) This will reinstall the operating system inside the phone back to how it first was. (internal memory gets formatted then the rom reloads the os back) (Solves all kinds of problems.)
Switch the phone "OFF" Hold "3" (button) + "Green Call" (button) + "*" (star button) Switch the phone "ON" while holding the above three buttons. Continue holding for about 20 seconds then let go.
Please note this will format all the saved information stored in phone memory. including phonebook numbers (if not stored on SIM card).
Try to make backups first.
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If you press the button in the middle at the bottom of your phone the screen will show a list of apps running (or some shortcuts ,if so click the blue arrow at the top right of the screen to get to your apps page) . Then you can press one at a time to goto and shut them one by one or press 'end all' at the bottom right to close them all.
hi had same prob. 1 bottom left on touch screen under the call button 2 settings button(hammer/wrench symbol) 3 its the 9th panel down on the screen 4 then top panel and select your language. Good luck
Well, you need to remove the hinges that are in the middle where you flip the phone. The correct method would be:
1. Open the top panel (One covering the small blue LCD)
2. Remove the screws connecting the chip.
3. Remove the chip by removing the connector.
4. Open the battery cover.
5. Remove the plastic guard that's above the battery cover - you can do this by hand.
6. Remove the 4 screws here.
7. Remove the back cover and the chip.
8. Remove the connector connecting the chip.
9. Carefully press the hinge on the left side through a small hole in the side with a thin strong device. Now you should see a pin slide out towards the middle of the phone. Hold this pin in place with a screwdriver - if you don't, it'll slide back into place.
10. Pull out the top panel now.
11. You should easily be able to remove the ribbon connector.
Work backwards to fix it all back :)
Hope you fix it :)
nvr evr buy samsung mobile in 2nd hand... frankly speakin samsung is not a big shot in cellular field.. and tat too e250 really sucks and has slide probs in it... try some other brand for the same price... bettr b a fisrt hand user
most of the filp models face this prob,, answering and function keys are 1 strip,display 2nd strip, # * 1234567890 3rd strip, so change the number strip for 2580 prob,,,, for downloading prob reset the phone with the default code1234 or 0000
The I9 has a defect. The outer screen, which is glued, does not allow for expansion. My screen cracked after only a week of light use. My phone was NEVER DROPPED, and developed a small crack near the edge. Within two hours, the crack expanded to the other side of the screen. The phone i have was manufactured in the same month I got it. Motorola has some issues with their warranty system, and it only works sporatically. This phone will most likely be recalled.
ok just fixed one screen. the outside one. GET YOUR SOLDER GUN READY!, your gonna have to de-solder the speakers. to get the phone open theres 4 screws phillips head on the inside. Use a razor blade to pry the black tabs up and take the screws out. the 2 silver tabs have to come off completely. then take your razor between the top and bottom covers. theres 4 big clips on each middle section of the 4 sides. i first start on the edge that opens up. U put the razor in and very very carefully pry the top half out towards yourself it should then POP up separating the 2 sections. then i move to the top and bottom of the phone then the back side. after u got all 4 edges poped u slowly work your way around prying the top part OUT from the edge not up. Ull see what im saying when u start working on it. once the top cover starts to come off be careful that u dont pull the wires off the ear piece speaker. just take it off the top cover.
Next: theres a silver bracket that has to come off next. it holds the buttons and light on. theres a ribbon cable that i dont see any way of getting off that conects to be buttons so be careful. then u have to pry the plate that holds both LCDs in place. I only had to replace the smaller lcd so my job was faster. But if u have to replace both screens, the next step you'll have to do is. Take the speakers out of there places buy prying them out but be very careful again. they are glued in and u can ripp the speaker covers off. but they come out easy. You also will notice that the speakers are soldered on. after that then i think both lcds will come out and u can just solder on the speakers to the new lcds. The +- are labeled. S is for speaker R-is for the mic and ear piece. took my about an hour just to replace the small lcd but i take my time and dont rush. Hope you guys have patience and a steady hand and good eyes. Good luck