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Remove the screen unit before heating. Your chips would be fine, however, if the heat applied gets a little to hot or is applied unevenly you may damage your case or other plastic; mounts buttons ect. The battery is another consideration, heat can destroy a battery - any temperature outside optimum range can weaken it (not to mention the damage an ...


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The banana plug on a set of headphones worked for me. Just hold it from the rubber area and don't scratch the screen.


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None of these theories work. You really need to go and see a Samsung repair specialist, and hopefully, you won't have to pay anything for it if it's under warranty or if it's insured. If they can't fix it your screed and will have to get a new phone x


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Izzy opined it correctly here that the only sensible place for having factory home screen layout is the launcher's APK itself. Since I don't own a Lenovo device let alone your specific model I used my MTK device running stock 4.2.1 as the testing ground. It has stock launcher (com.android.launcher). About that thing called factory home screen layout -- ...


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Notes: My solution is tested on Stock Android 4.4.2 and Stock CyanogenOS 12 (5.0) of OnePlus One, and should work for Android 4.3 and above (based on this answer). I've mentioned wherever root access is required. This answer has been taken from my answer on a bit different question here. I have used the following comment as the ground to work on: ...


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If you enable USB debugging, you can actually use the Chrome debugging tools to view your smartphone's display for any website. Enable USB debugging (under Developer Tools). if Developer Tools isn't available in Settings, you may need to do the above. Open the desired website in Google Chrome on your phone Connect your phone to your computer via a ...


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Haven't tried it but I think AndroidScreencast does what you want.


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Not going to beat around the bushes here - take it to a repair shop as soon as you can. The problem with water damage is that it's impossible to diagnose the extent of the damage by just seeing what the average user can do (ie. turning it on and off). It needs to be opened up and inspected by someone who knows what they're doing so they can let you know if ...



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