Question about Cell Phones
It is either that the connection between the board and the screen has been severed, and needs to be soldered back in place;
Or the screen is damaged and needs to be replaced.
Either way you might not be able to perforn either of the re-soldering or replacement yourself.
You would have to take it to a local phone repairer.
Hope that was helpful?
Posted on May 21, 2011
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