Solution/Fix For Smartphone Showing Blank Screen After Dropping/Fell Down
Is your Smartphone showing a Blank/Dark screen when tuned on? Did it fell down or was dropped accidentally? This tutorial will help you through the step by step procedures on how to solve and fix the above problem. And please note, you need to own or have access to the different tools used when attempting you disassemble your smartphone. And you should only tamper with it only if you are out of the warranty period and too, when having some basic know how on how to disassemble and re-assemble the different mobile or cell phone devices including smartphones. If you aren’t sure, please use an expert to help you solve the problem.
Most Smartphones if not all including but not limited to Tecnos, HTCs, Samsungs, LGs, iTels, Nokias, Blackberries and others tend to have a plugin-connector inside the phone which connects the screen, its touch (for touch screen supported smart-phones) to the mother board or the PCB or the phone engine. It so happens that on a big fall or drop down, the connector may unplug itself off the engine and thus making it not able to show when a phone is powered on. This is where you need to do some alternative troubleshooting so as to have the error or problem fixed. It can either be an unplugged connector or the screen itself having died completely although in many cases, signs of damage may show up in this case.
How do you get started to solving the blank screen problem?
In order to solve the problem, you simply need to follow the guides below well as you should note that not everyone or anyone can do. Sometimes, an expert help may be needed on a pay or a free basis.
1. Get the required tools and disassemble your smart-phone or device.
2. Look out for the screen connector and see if its hanging or well plugged. If its unplugged, simply plug it in and re-assemble your smartphone. Test and see if your screen is showing again and if yes, you are done. But in case it still can’t show, then follow step 3 below.
3. Look out for the wear, tear and screen damage signs. It can be an ink on part of the screen, a faded display and or a plain display. You should try out a phone technician for a screen replacement or any fix kind which will resume your screen to show. You can alternatively take your device to the service center for example Carlcare for Tecno and iTel and have them fix your phone.
Its all simple and easy. You can diagnose and attempt troubleshooting your device.