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I once had similar sounding behaviour when I replaced the screen on my HTC phone. It turned out that I had damaged the very delicate ribbon cable that linked the touch screen to the motherboard.
The (very small) cable that runs from the digitizer (the thing that reads your touches) to the motherboard (the part that does the thinking) was probably either damaged or knocked loose. ifixit.com has a section on do-it-yourself hardware repairs or, it's time to find a repair depot.
The S2 supports usb on the go i believe use a usb keyboard and mouse and you'll be able to use the device as normal without touchscreen functionality however dont hold me to this as wikipedia states the following The micro USB port on this device also supports USB On-The-Go (USB OTG) standard which means the Galaxy S II can act as a 'host' device in the ...
from a Forensics background, you could download the ViaExtract virtual machine which you can download here. ViaExtract is a tool that can help recover almost everything from a connected android device n it has an easy-to-use graphical user interface. just connect your device to the virtual machine and start the extraction procedure. it will recover ...
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