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Half of my screen keeps going white, what's causing it?

This hasnt been happening at all until just yesterday. My screen is already cracked but I cracked it even more the day before yesterday. Yesterday the screen would flicker in the lock screen and randomly after an hour or so of use half the screen would go white, just enough of the screen that it covers the whole keyboard except for the autofill bar. The screen glitches at random and is easily fixed by resetting the phone, but it becomes tedious since I use my phone a lot. Do I have to get the screen fixed?

Edit: The situation got way, way worse. I can’t use my phone at all anymore. In addition to the white screen, the rest of the screen just now started to go completely dark and flicker. Resetting the phone no longer fixes the issue. It got so bad I had to use my laptop to edit my question. This glitch is not only annoying, but dominating my entire phone to the point that it wont work properly.

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I have this exact same problem down to every detail. If i wait a really long time it sometimes fixes, but the problem repeats. right now this is happening, in fact.


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Essentially the problem with your device is the screen itself. The first drop may have been minor enough that it didn’t damage the touch digitizer or the LCD. with the second drop now you are having more issues with a damaged LCD that the part itself can’t work properly anymore. simply just get a screen replacement.

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The problem here is the AMOLED screens cost so much it quickly totals out the phone in many cases, unless you get a deal on a minor defect replacement. You likely broke the screen, which is more common now since the glass is stronger then the display. The problem with Samsung’s unreasonable repair cost is one generation will do it with a cheap phone - you may get 2 out of a flagship, but after that it’s cheaper to buy a new phone and retire the broken one unless you need the data.

Buying the bare screen may total the phone out. Your best bet is to find a used one with minor screen burn (which you really can’t avoid unless it’s a unicorn phone) or a new one at a discount with minor defects you can live with.

After you find a screen, follow this guide to the point you can drop the new screen into the phone. DO NOT disassemble it further.

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henry stikman wird auf ewig dankbar sein.
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