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My mum dropped my old iPhone on the ground and now the screen is just white. When I slide my finger accross the bottom of the screen it still unlocks...
09-08-2012, 07:59 PM #1iPhone 3G Screen Problem
My mum dropped my old iPhone on the ground and now the screen is just white. When I slide my finger accross the bottom of the screen it still unlocks like usual, so I think its a hardware problem but I'm not sure. I've tried restarting it and holding the home/on buttons for 10 seconds but the problem still stays. Anyone got any ideas on how to fix it? Thanks
09-08-2012, 08:05 PM #2
09-08-2012, 08:11 PM #3
Well I havent been told to take it off and I've been posting for a couple of months now. That's a stupid rule btw. And how is it "sig spam?" That's not what spam means =\. Anyway can we stay on topic? Is there a way to fix a "shot LCD"?
Last edited by Reeiiko; 09-08-2012 at 08:15 PM.
09-08-2012, 08:15 PM #4
You have been told now. And it has been removed. "Stupid rule" or not it is a rule of this forum and will be followed.
I did post on topic. A bad LCD means you need to replace your LCD. You can find a iPhone repair shop to do it or if you are feeling adventurous these can be bought online from various places and replaced by yourself, personally I use muchbuy.com but there are many other places as well.
We also have a retired moderator that you can send your phone to and he can fix it for you and send it back. His site is: Tulsa and Owasso iPhone and iPad Repair
His member name here is Cowboy.
09-09-2012, 01:16 AM #5
09-10-2012, 10:05 PM #6
It may be a bad connection. When it was dropped it could have knocked the cable loose slightly which would definitely give you a white screen. Either that, or like Simon said, the drop killed the LCD screen. I'd check the connection first. When disassembling, the LCD is connector #1. Be careful with the #3 cable if you decide to try yourself, easy to damage for beginners. There is a little door that you lift up gently and then slide the cable out the other side. Connectors #1 (LCD) and #2 (Digitizer) just pop out when pried up gently.
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