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Like on any Linux system, you can use the lsmod command from the command-line to list the loaded kernel modules. Likely one of these is the driver for the LCD. Note that the LCD is essentially two devices: you need a framebuffer driver for the display itself, as well as the controller for the backlight. Almost all Android kernels have /proc/config.gz ...


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As I siad in question I tried All them of these shortcut . none of them was fix it ?


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There are some hotkeys listed for ICS, which hopefully still work with Kitkat: Rotating the screen: (to get that operate we must to have activated “Auto-rotate screen”) Press F12 two times in less than 2 seconds = Rotate 90º to the LEFT. Press F11 two times in less than 2 seconds = Rotate 90º to the RiGHT. Press F10 two times in less than 2 ...


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You can change, first ROOT your device. Using file manager go to your root directory. Open folder named "system". In that open file named "build.prop" using text editor. Search for option called lsd_display= (after equals to enter your default DPI value and save the file. ) Now Reboot. Done


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The "device offline" output means that the device is detected, but it refuses any operation because the user didn't allow that particular computer to connect (secure ADB). Your device is up and running, and displaying a confirmation window on its non-functioning screen. You could try to power the device on and blindly hit the OK button after unlocking the ...



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