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Replacement screen bottom 1/4th of screen unresponsive. Need help!

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By AndQuocDrew, Junior Member on 4th September 2014, 05:27 AM
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Hey guys so earlier this year I dropped my phone and the screen cracked. I ordered an lcd + digitizer from ebay and installed it myself. Everything had been working fine for a couple weeks but then randomly one day I woke up and the bottom 1/4th of the screen didnt work. Also, my screen is not very secure onto the device. I can peel off the lcd if I desired. I put double sided tape on all the places that a guide showed me but the screen just doesn't seem to stay in which causes dust and other particles to get in between my screen. Could this be the problem?

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This started off with only a small portion of the bottom part of my screen to stop working. But then it turned into my whole bottom 1/4th of the screen not working. However, the first time this happened, I fiddle with the screen since it comes off and just moved it around and the bottom 1/4th worked again. However the problem reoccurred and I can't seem to fix it this time.

Thanks for any help!

Edit: Forgot to mention that I tried to open the phone again and press down on the digitizer pins to make sure they were secure. Still didnt work
Last edited by AndQuocDrew; 4th September 2014 at 05:29 AM. Reason: More info
4th September 2014, 03:57 PM |#2  
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sorry for posing this as it offers no solution

but just to say i have the same situation on a nexus 5.. came compete with frame.. worked for a week then bottom 1/2 inch stopped working
4th September 2014, 11:50 PM |#3  
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My upper 1/4th of the screen stopped working... Seems to be like a fairly common issue with the LG G2 and some cases appeared all of a sudden without drops or water, some other with a bit of liquid or slight drop to the floor.

In my case I think it was due to excessive moisture when I used the phone while sweating profusely.

A screen replacement is at hand right after I get my smartwatch
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