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General blank screen recovery is possible

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mrbaffled, Jul 27, 2011.

  1. mrbaffled

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    blank screen recovery is always possible to recover

    last week i got a new screen and replaced it to the fit desire hd

    then all of a sudden switched on with flash lcd

    so then i took out the new screen replaced it with my old screen it switched on aswell

    anyway when the phone vibrates i tend to think that the clips on the pins inside the circuit board can come off with the vibration as in rattle it a bit

    so if anyone has desire hd i would suggest taken off the back cover if you cant get it to flash on boatloader


    then on the bottom left on the circuit is the lcd clip make sure thats pushed down proper but not to hard or youll bend the pins

    the tiny one next to that is the sd card + simcard reader make sure thats cliped down with not alot of pressure as it can bend also

    then put battery in hold it in place while cover is off power it on and top is the main switch its very tiny

    if no power on flash lcd then do same push it gently down on clip see if theres a flash coming through

    but i hold no responsibility if your phone was still in warranty or damage to your phone


    buts thats a working solution i had and it worked :)
     

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    Here's how to take it apart properly, I think it was stublake or Harry2 who found the video initially:

    ‪HTC Desire HD Disassembly Video‬‏ - YouTube

    Not something you'd catch me doing mind, it's been a whilst since I've taken apart/built a PC, let alone something fiddly like my phone. fair play to you :)
     
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    yea was thinking of taken it apart save me a few pounds on repairing it waiting a month etc for sending it back to me

    saw the youtube video that was good guide very helpful

    3:21 into video is the lcd which iwas talking about needs pushed in a bit and just above that one is the clip for sdcard and sim card reader

    good video i shouldve checked that video save me the hassle lol

    ive built pc too but these phones are so tiny components and the connections so tiny

    thanyou sir
     

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