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    Screen contrast problems

    Hi all

    Curious if anyone could help me with an issue in experiencing with my galaxy note 10.1, I've had it a while and haven't had any physical damage occur to it but my screen is acting as if the LCD is broken.

    Except the thing is, if I apply a bit of torsion to the screen it becomes normal again, but if I don't it goes back to the strange colours.

    Here is a picture of how it is at the moment:
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1456732393.146124.jpg

    And how it is if I push two sides of the screen in opposite directions:
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1456732423.107614.jpg

    Any help would be appreciated, as id like to be able to keep using this as its fine in all other aspects.

    Cheers.



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    Hi sirsh! Welcome to the forum. Sounds like the digitizer has lost connection with the screen and that's causing the short. It could just be a loose connection. You'd have to take it apart and see if there are any screws loose, or maybe a loose connection somewhere.
    Here's a teardown guide that might be useful. https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Sams...Teardown/10144
    And here's a video guide for the screen & digitizer that might prove useful. https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Samsung...lacement/10393
    Other than that I wouldn't know where to begin. If you don't feel comfortable taking your device apart, you might look for a cell phone repair shop in your area. Most of them handle tablet repairs regarding issues like yours. If anything, they'd at least be able to give you a better idea what's causing this and how much trouble and/or cost it would be to repair.

    Good luck & let us know how you make out.
    Last edited by CR6; 03-05-2016 at 12:27 AM.

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    I think CR6 is answer will help you

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    In terms of this type of generation in cell devices, it becomes the Apple's iPhone who leads the manner with regards to adapting the contact display interface, and they also pioneered the broken phone screen, and lots of groups follow via. Many users have determined this interface to be exceptionally intuitive, and it seems like it'll be favored in maximum telephone models.

 

 

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