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Add Nexus 5 and Nexus 10, root is required though. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.z2software.antplus Enable ANT+ radio for Nexus 5 and Nexus 10 device Android 4.4 KitKat.
Using ADB (comment if you need help getting that setup): Connect your device to your computer On the command line in the directory containing adb.exe Use this command: adb connect localhost:5555 (assuming you are on windows, let me know if otherwise) Then do: adb bugreport > report.txt That should give you a whole bunch of info in a txt file in the ...
Looks like a damaged LCD that's slowly "leaking out." Overheating could definitely be the culprit, as could the drop. Although damage from the drop is usually accompanied with a visible crack. Most likely it was the combination of the two. The fact that the phone booted up and is (sort-of) functional leads me to believe that replacing the LCD assembly ...
Were you trying to root you phone or install a new ROM on it? It could be possible that if you just plug in the logic board of your old phone into power from an old working Galaxy S2 it might just boot up. If it died overnight without you doing virtually anything to it my guess is that the battery within the phone fails to provide power through the phone i.e ...
I had the same problem with the touch-screen of LG p690. I've installed a new custom ROM and searched a lot for answers. In my experience, it's a hardware issue causing the touch-screen to randomly press itself. My solution? I have a new phone.
CPU-Z is available for Android in Google Play Store. You can see your hardware information in it.
Go for http://www.gsmarena.com/. It contains specs of almost everyphone
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