1 - A pixelated screen can indicate LCD damage.This would look like a patch of multicolored dots, a line or lines of discoloration, or a screen with rainbow colors. For many people, these colors are an easy way to know that their LCD is broken and that they s
2 - A black screen or black spots on your smartphone or tablet is an indication of a damaged LCD. Often with a bad LCD, a phone may still turn on and make noises, but there is no clear picture.
3 - If your phone or tablet’s glass is shattered there will be cracks or chips on the screen itself. If it is just the glass that is damaged, the device may still function and you may be able to use it normally. If this is the case, it is likely that only the
1 - Do you have to hold the phone at a certain angle to charge it?
2 - Do you have to hold the phone at a certain angle to charge it?
3 - There is nothing wrong with the charger and battery and the cell won't charge At All.
1 - Speakers get dirty or clogged
2 - I can't hear anything when I make a call.
3 - You get noise when call is in transit.
1 - I can't hear anything when I make a call?
2 - Seeing a black screen instead of the phone camera viewfinder.
3 - The phone camera freezing when switching between the two cameras.
1 - f that doesn't work, you know your Home button definitely has a hardware problem
2 - It said home but needs service
1 - Dust or a Crack on the Screen Sensor.
2 - When i have a call and i hold the phone in my ear the touchscreen is enabled.
1 - Your phone fell on the ground and the power button got stuck or broken
2 - Your phone power button hold do nothing.
3 - Missing power button
1 - It will not turn on. This is definitely the most obvious and easiest way to determine if your battery has simply had enough
2 - Only showing signs of life when connected to a charger or dying fast even after fully charged.
3 - Overheating or battery bulging
1 - If you are getting no audio at all and you also try a different set of headphones.
2 - The sound quality gets worse, your jack could be faulty.
3 - Plugging and unplugging produce mechanical issues with ANY headphones
1 - Whether the glass is cracked or not, examine the display and look for: - Black spots, discolored areas, or blurred sections on the screen.
2 - A screen that stays completely black
3 - Lines or patterns that aren't simple cracks in the glass.
1 - My phone won’t turn on.
2 - Has a black or blank screen
3 - Turns on but immediately turns off
1 - How do you unlock a phone if you forgot the password?
2 - Can't unlock your device.
3 - Lost a family memeber password.
1 - Accidentaly deleted files?
2 - My Phone wont turn on?
3 - I forgot my lock password.
1 - The “Right Angle” Dilemma. Do you have to have your phone at just the right angle for it to charge? ...
2 - Charging Cable Pops Out of Charging Port. It seems like, no matter how hard you try, your charger flat-out refuses to stay plugged in.
3 - Charges Slowly.
1 - No body can ear me during a phone call.
2 - My voice sounds dirty also with powerfull network coverage.
1 - If you put your phone on the wireless charger and it doesnt take charge
1 - If you phone is not reading your simcard
2 - if your simcard reader got damaged when trying to pull it out
1 - You can't hear your phone when it rings
2 - You cant hear any sound when you play a video
3 - You can't hear anything while talking on facetime