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Old September 20th, 2012, 09:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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(Well I was going to post images of the phone but I am being told that I am unable to do so as a new user)

I have came across an AT&T Phone that I am not exactly sure what it is.. the LCD also seems to be messed up and I am curious as to if this is because of some user intervention (i.e. like a fake cracked screen app) or if the LCD is toast and what can do I do about this? Can it be hooked straight up to the PC or anything? So to start.. this is the information on the back of the phone under the battery:

Model: U8652 (It seems to be a Huawei of some sort but not a forum for it?)
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Where the SD card would appear to go under the battery seems to be some sort of strang device that is mainly why I question if the screen is really destroyed or if some app/hardware is causing this. Is this even possible? Well I guess lets start by identifying the phone..

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Thank you, I was seeing that but was not sure because there was no forum for the phone on here. So why is there no forum and what can be done about the LCD there is about the top 1/5 is visible how can this phone be factory reset?
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There isn't a forum for every single phone. There are thousands, and low end obscure devices generally don't sell well, so there's no demand for support. Sounds like that device has water damage to me. A "cracked screen" app is easily avoided with a press of the home key.
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Thank you, I was seeing that but was not sure because there was no forum for the phone on here. So why is there no forum
Huawei is a Chinese Android phone, there's like literally thousands of these things. I know, I live in China. I'm sure AF can only really have dedicated forums for the most popular devices. AF does have forums for the more popular Huawei devices, as well as certain other Chinese phones.

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and what can be done about the LCD there is about the top 1/5 is visible how can this phone be factory reset?
If the screen is broken, it will have to be replaced. Most likely via an authorised Huawei repair agent(there's plenty of them in China ), or an independent tech, with access to the appropriate spare parts.
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Could it be dried out if it is water damage? Maybe I can post pics now lets see?2012-09-20 09.55.10.jpg2012-09-20 09.55.25.jpg

If not, can it output to PC screen?
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Could it be dried out if it is water damage? Maybe I can post pics now lets see?Attachment 39697Attachment 39698

If not, can it output to PC screen?
I can see from the first pic that the glass in the LCD is physically cracked and broken, probably impact damage. The only fix is replacing the whole LCD.

If the phone has video-out capabilities you can use an external TV or monitor. Although you might not be able to turn it on, if you can't see most of the screen.
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