I just replaced my LCD screen on my wing. I thought it would be really difficult me being a girl and all.....but it worked. Now if I could just get the sound to work so that I could hear who was talking all would be great. I paid about $55 for the part with shipping and it was money well spent. Mjr
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If the display is not working you may check your Mobile LCD screen is broken or cracked and on the outside is completely intact but the inside looks like a smashed pain glass or if you can`t see anything on the screen try visiting mobile repair center. You may try this link for them to check your mobile.
You digitizer needs to be replaced. If you want to do it yourself, the good
news is, it's not too hard to open it. Here is an Nexus One Repair Guide that shows how to open a Nexus One. Just open it and let it try, clean off any corrosion you can find. If you want somebody else to do it for you go to Nexus One Repair.
Your display circuit is broken, even if the LCD-panel,
seems to be ok the display is damaged.
This is a very common problem in Nokia phones.
The only way to fix this is to change the display.
You need a T-5 or 6 Torx Skrewdriver to do the job.
You can find displays for fair price at :
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LCD is inside the front glass that has logo of htc
the upper glass is called touch panel or digitizer it is working as u say but lcd is broken u can see visible cracks on it and it may partially display or not at all then ur lcd is broken by pressure or impact u need to get it replaced around like 100-150 dollars depends on the model and size of the lcd screen
The connection to the glass is usually through a series of small conductive rubber strips around the perimeter (like a gasket). If the pressure on the rubber is released slightly, it may not touch the glass or the circuit board on the other side. The pressure is held mechanically when the assembly is clamped together. Liquids could short the rubber strips causing unpredictable display and touch screen operation. It would need to be dismantled and cleaned. Another possibility is the ribbon wire to the LCD assembly is loose or even cracked so the traces are broken apart in the ribbon. The LCD assembly is difficult to repair by dismantling. I wouldn't recommend it.
I have replaced XDA II Mini once, for sure XDA II mini and imate jam screen is same thing, i found this step by step guide for XDA IIs http://pdasmart.zftp.com/instructions/sx66_09.pdf its not the 100% instructions but hope it will help you.