1. ssimlai's Avatar
    Hi Sirs

    I dropped my dual SIM phone and the glass broke. Worked fine till after a few weeks the glass pieces started injuring my fingers so I thought of replacing the LCD assembly. Based on another post on this forum I bought a digitizer LCD assembly from Rounded in Netherlands.

    After I completed the replacement (successfully in my naive opinion), I switched on the phone, to find that the phone did work but the screen was all green and white, obscuring the main display. Calls came, SMSs came but I am unable to use the phone. Very frustrating, that too after having spent a whole lot of money in importing the digitizer.

    I redid the whole thing, but no change. I then reverted back to the old working screen but then too the screen remained green as the new one, so in short, I now do not have the original phone in a working condition.

    What am I doing wrong here? If the display is defective, why did the old screen not work after I reverted back to it? In any case, if I have to send it back to rounded.com, it will cost be another few hundred dollars at least. So I thought of first trying to see if friends at windowscentral could help.

    Kind regards and a lot of thanks in anticipation.
    10-23-2017 05:55 AM
  2. pkcable's Avatar
    I hate to say this, BUT it sounds like you may have damaged something during the replacement process. Perhaps the ribbon cable connecting the display to the motherboard?
    10-23-2017 10:59 AM

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