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Aktuelle Version von: oldturkey03 ,

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If a hard reset doesn't work, it may be a backlight problem. The backlight controls the distribution of light throughout the screen. Sometimes, the device can be on, but with nothing visible on the LCD, because the backlight is damaged. If you look at it under a light, you should be able to see very faint images of the iPad home screen (or wherever you're at, on the iPad). Meaning: a broken backlight normally just renders an extremely dim screen, that's almost impossible to see, that people often think is completely dead. (source - https://www.imobilerescue.com )
If a hard reset doesn't work, it may be a backlight problem. The backlight controls the distribution of light throughout the screen. Sometimes, the device can be on, but with nothing visible on the LCD, because the backlight is damaged. If you look at it under a light, you should be able to see very faint images of the iPad home screen (or wherever you're at, on the iPad). Meaning: a broken backlight normally just renders an extremely dim screen, that's almost impossible to see, that people often think is completely dead. (source - https://www.imobilerescue.com )

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Ryan Ballow ,

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If a hard reset doesn't work, it may be a backlight problem. The backlight controls the distribution of light throughout the screen. Sometimes, the device can be on, but with nothing visible on the LCD, because the backlight is damaged. If you look at it under a light, you should be able to see very faint images of the iPad home screen (or wherever you're at, on the iPad). Meaning: a broken backlight normally just renders an extremely dim screen, that's almost impossible to see, that people often think is completely dead. (source - https://www.imobilerescue.com )

Status:

open