Question about Kyocera K325 Cellular Phone
Unfortunately, it sounds as though the screen has died. There are a couple things to try before officially declaring it gone, but they are a long shot.
First off, try turning it of and turing it back on. Seems simple, but sometimes it allows the phones software to repair itself.
If that does not work, then try letting the phones battery run out completely, then recharging it.
It that still does not work, than your phone's screen has most likely lit it's last pixel. Hopefully, one of the two solutions listed with revive it.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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