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Título:

How can I test the screen without disassembly?

Texto:

**NOTE: I have an S6 Active. This is the closest device I can find.**

I got this phone fully knowing about this problem but I took a chance on it because the price was right (free) and I didn’t have to deal with a Google FRP lock. While I decided to try my luck with it, I lost and it happened to me… Sort of. I asked how it corrupted for the previous owner when I got the phone (which is reasonable so I know what to watch for) and the whole screen did it. In my case, it’s doing it in segments and intermittently for a few seconds.

As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once after hours of use. I let it go as a software glitch the first time. However, it happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect (The SoC is also highly suspect) so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart AND without damage. In my case, I have no choice because Samsung added insult to injury by making it [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zguL33jLfw|a destructive teardown >:(.] I don’t want to remove the panel until I’m 110% CERTAIN it’s bad AND I have one to replace it with since I can’t get a pull because it’ll also get destroyed. What a horrible design flaw.

Is it even worth fixing this phone or should I hold it for parts and find another phone? It's horrible when the phone is warm.

UPDATE

It wasn't easy to get this photo as I had to use it until it glitched but I did it. This is what it does:

PS: I tried to treat the burn-in but the display glitched out. I didn’t have concerns about creating additional damage because it was already there but I stopped to keep it from getting to a point it’s permanently defective.

[image|1649213]

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dispositivo:

Samsung Galaxy S6

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

536276

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

How can I test the screen without disassembly?

Texto:

**NOTE: I have an S6 Active. This is the closest device I can find.**
 
I got this phone fully knowing about this problem but I took a chance on it because the price was right (free) and I didn’t have to deal with a Google FRP lock. While I decided to try my luck with it, I lost and it happened to me… Sort of. I asked how it corrupted for the previous owner when I got the phone (which is reasonable so I know what to watch for) and the whole screen did it. In my case, it’s doing it in segments and intermittently for a few seconds.
 
As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once after hours of use. I let it go as a software glitch the first time. However, it happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect (The SoC is also highly suspect) so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart AND without damage. In my case, I have no choice because Samsung added insult to injury by making it [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zguL33jLfw|a destructive teardown >:(.] I don’t want to remove the panel until I’m 110% CERTAIN it’s bad AND I have one to replace it with since I can’t get a pull because it’ll also get destroyed. What a horrible design flaw.
 
Is it even worth fixing this phone or should I hold it for parts and find another phone? It's horrible when the phone is warm.
Is it even worth fixing this phone or should I hold it for parts and find another phone? It's horrible when the phone is warm.
 
UPDATE
 
It wasn't easy to get this photo as I had to use it until it glitched but I did it. This is what it does:
 
PS: I tried to treat the burn-in but the display glitched out. I didn’t have concerns about creating additional damage because it was already there but I stopped to keep it from getting to a point it’s permanently defective.
 
[image|1649213]
 
[image|1649249]

dispositivo:

Samsung Galaxy S6

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

How can I test the screen without disassembly?

Texto:

**NOTE: I have an S6 Active. This is the closest device I can find.**
 
I got this phone fully knowing about this problem but I took a chance on it because the price was right (free) and I didn’t have to deal with a Google FRP lock. While I decided to try my luck with it, I lost and it happened to me… Sort of. I asked how it corrupted for the previous owner when I got the phone (which is reasonable so I know what to watch for) and the whole screen did it. In my case, it’s doing it in segments and intermittently for a few seconds.
 
As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once after hours of use. I let it go as a software glitch the first time. However, it happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect (The SoC is also highly suspect) so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart AND without damage. In my case, I have no choice because Samsung added insult to injury by making it [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zguL33jLfw|a destructive teardown >:(.] I don’t want to remove the panel until I’m 110% CERTAIN it’s bad AND I have one to replace it with since I can’t get a pull because it’ll also get destroyed. What a horrible design flaw.
 
Is it even worth fixing this phone or should I hold it for parts and find another phone?
 
UPDATE
 
It wasn't easy to get this photo as I had to use it until it glitched but I did it. This is what it does:
 
PS: I tried to treat the burn-in but the display glitched out. I didn’t have concerns about creating additional damage because it was already there but I stopped to keep it from getting to a point it’s permanently defective.
 
[image|1649213]
 
[image|1649249]

dispositivo:

Samsung Galaxy S6

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

How can I test the screen without disassembly?

Texto:

**NOTE: I have an S6 Active. This is the closest device I can find.**
 
I got this phone fully knowing about this problem but I took a chance on it because the price was right (free) and I didn’t have to deal with a Google FRP lock. While I decided to try my luck with it, I lost and it happened to me… Sort of. I asked how it corrupted for the previous owner when I got the phone (which is reasonable so I know what to watch for) and the whole screen did it. In my case, it’s doing it in segments and intermittently for a few seconds.
 
As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once after hours of use. I let it go as a software glitch the first time. However, it happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect (something like a bad SoCThe SoC is also highly suspect) so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart AND without damage. In my case, I have no choice because Samsung added insult to injury by making it [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zguL33jLfw|a destructive teardown >:(.] I don’t want to remove the panel until I’m 110% CERTAIN it’s bad AND I have one to replace it with since I can’t get a pull because it’ll also get destroyed. What a horrible design flaw.
As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once after hours of use. I let it go as a software glitch the first time. However, it happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect (something like a bad SoCThe SoC is also highly suspect) so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart AND without damage. In my case, I have no choice because Samsung added insult to injury by making it [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zguL33jLfw|a destructive teardown >:(.] I don’t want to remove the panel until I’m 110% CERTAIN it’s bad AND I have one to replace it with since I can’t get a pull because it’ll also get destroyed. What a horrible design flaw.
 
Is it even worth fixing this phone or should I hold it for parts and find another phone?
 
UPDATE
 
It wasn't easy to get this photo as I had to use it until it glitched but I did it. This is what it does:
 
PS: I tried to treat the burn-in but the display glitched out. I didn’t have concerns about creating additional damage because it was already there but I stopped to keep it from getting to a point it’s permanently defective.
 
[image|1649213]

dispositivo:

Samsung Galaxy S6

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

How can I test the screen without disassembly?

Texto:

**NOTE: I have an S6 Active. This is the closest device I can find.**
 
I got this phone fully knowing about this problem but I took a chance on it because the price was right (free) and I didn’t have to deal with a Google FRP lock. While I decided to try my luck with it, I lost and it happened to me… Sort of. I asked how it corrupted for the previous owner when I got the phone (which is reasonable so I know what to watch for) and the whole screen did it. It’sIn my case, it’s doing it in segments and usually only in small sectionsintermittently for a few seconds.
I got this phone fully knowing about this problem but I took a chance on it because the price was right (free) and I didn’t have to deal with a Google FRP lock. While I decided to try my luck with it, I lost and it happened to me… Sort of. I asked how it corrupted for the previous owner when I got the phone (which is reasonable so I know what to watch for) and the whole screen did it. It’sIn my case, it’s doing it in segments and usually only in small sectionsintermittently for a few seconds.
 
As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once after hours of use. I let it go as a software glitch the first time. However, it happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect (something like a bad SoC) so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart. To addapart AND without damage. In my case, I have no choice because Samsung added insult to injury, [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zguL33jLfw|it’s ainjury by making it [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zguL33jLfw|a destructive teardown to remove the screen >:(].>:(.] I don’t want to remove the panel until I’m 110% CERTAIN it’s bad AND I have one to replace it withwith since I can’t get a pull because it’ll also get destroyed. What a horrible design flaw.
As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once after hours of use. I let it go as a software glitch the first time. However, it happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect (something like a bad SoC) so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart. To addapart AND without damage. In my case, I have no choice because Samsung added insult to injury, [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zguL33jLfw|it’s ainjury by making it [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zguL33jLfw|a destructive teardown to remove the screen >:(].>:(.] I don’t want to remove the panel until I’m 110% CERTAIN it’s bad AND I have one to replace it withwith since I can’t get a pull because it’ll also get destroyed. What a horrible design flaw.
 
Is it even worth fixing this phone and saving this one or should I keep this onehold it for parts and seek out a whole newfind another phone?
Is it even worth fixing this phone and saving this one or should I keep this onehold it for parts and seek out a whole newfind another phone?
 
UPDATE
 
It wasn't easy to get this photo as I had to use it until it glitched but I did it. This is what it does:
 
IPS: I tried to treat the burn-in but the display glitched out. I didn’t have concerns about creating additional damage because it was already there but I stopped to keep it from getting to a point it’s permanently defective.
IPS: I tried to treat the burn-in but the display glitched out. I didn’t have concerns about creating additional damage because it was already there but I stopped to keep it from getting to a point it’s permanently defective.
 
[image|1649213]

dispositivo:

Samsung Galaxy S6

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

How can I test the screen without disassembly?

Texto:

**NOTE: I have an S6 Active. This is the closest device I can find.**
 
I got this phone fully knowing about this problem but I took a chance on it because the price was right (free) and I didn’t have to deal with a Google FRP lock. While I decided to try my luck with it, I lost and it happened to me… Sort of. I asked how it corrupted for the previous owner when I got the phone (which is reasonable so I know what to watch for) and the whole screen did it. It’s doing it in segments and usually only in small sections for a few seconds.
 
As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once after hours of use. I let it go as a software glitch the first time. However, it happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart. To add insult to injury, [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zguL33jLfw|it’s a destructive teardown to remove the screen >:(]. I don’t want to remove the panel until I’m 110% CERTAIN it’s bad AND I have one to replace it with.
 
Is it even worth fixing this phone and saving this one or should I keep this one for parts and seek out a whole new phone?
 
UPDATE
 
It wasn't easy to get this photo as I had to use it until it glitched but I did it. This is what it does:
 
I tried to treat the burn-in but the display glitched out. I didn’t have concerns about creating additional damage because it was already there but I stopped to keep it from getting to a point it’s permanently defective.
 
[image|1649213]

dispositivo:

Samsung Galaxy S6

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

How can I test the screen without disassembly?

Texto:

**NOTE: I have an S6 Active. This is the closest device I can find.**
 
I got this phone fully knowing about this problem but I took a chance on it because the price was right (free) and I didn’t have to deal with a Google FRP lock. While I decided to try my luck with it, I lost and it happened to me… Sort of. I asked how it corrupted for the previous owner when I got the phone (which is reasonable so I know what to watch for) and the whole screen did it. It’s doing it in segments and usually only in small sections for a few seconds.
 
As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once after hours of use. I let it go as a software glitch the first time. However, it happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart. To add insult to injury, [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zguL33jLfw|it’s a destructive teardown to remove the screen >:(]. I don’t want to remove the panel until I’m 110% CERTAIN it’s bad AND I have one to replace it with.
 
Is it even worth fixing this phone and saving this one or should I keep this one for parts and seek out a whole new phone?
 
UPDATE
 
It wasn't easy to get this photo as I had to use it until it glitched but I did it. This is what it does:
 
[image|1649213]

dispositivo:

Samsung Galaxy S6

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

How can I test the screen for problemswithout disassembly?
How can I test the screen for problemswithout disassembly?

Texto:

**NOTE: I have an S6 Active. This is the closest device I can find.**
 
I got this phone sometime fully knowing about this problem andbut I took a chance on it because the price was right (free) and I didn’t have to deal with a Google FRP lock. While I decided to try my luck with it, I lost and it happened to me… Sort of. I asked how it corrupted for the previous owner when I got the phone (which is reasonable so I know what to watch for) and the whole screen did it. It’s doing it in segments and usually only in small sections for a few seconds.
I got this phone sometime fully knowing about this problem andbut I took a chance on it because the price was right (free) and I didn’t have to deal with a Google FRP lock. While I decided to try my luck with it, I lost and it happened to me… Sort of. I asked how it corrupted for the previous owner when I got the phone (which is reasonable so I know what to watch for) and the whole screen did it. It’s doing it in segments and usually only in small sections for a few seconds.
 
As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once todayafter hours of use. I let it go as a software glitch the first time but it’stime. However, it happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart. To add insult to injury, [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zguL33jLfw|it’s a destructive teardown to remove the screen >:(]. I don’t want to remove the panel until I’m 110% CERTAIN it’s bad AND I have one to replace it with.
As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once todayafter hours of use. I let it go as a software glitch the first time but it’stime. However, it happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart. To add insult to injury, [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zguL33jLfw|it’s a destructive teardown to remove the screen >:(]. I don’t want to remove the panel until I’m 110% CERTAIN it’s bad AND I have one to replace it with.
 
Is it even worth fixing this phone and saving this one or should I keep this one for parts and seek out a whole new phone?

dispositivo:

Samsung Galaxy S6

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

How can I test the screen for problems?

Texto:

**NOTE: I have an S6 Active. This is the closest device I can find.**
 
I got this phone sometime fully knowing about this problem and I took a chance on it because the price was right (free) and I didn’t have to deal with a Google FRP lock. While I decided to try my luck with it, I lost and it happened to me… Sort of. I asked how it corrupted for the previous owner when I got the phone (which is reasonable so I know what to watch for) and the whole screen did it. It’s doing it in segments and usually only in small sections for a few seconds.
 
As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once today. I let it go as a software glitch the first time but it’s happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart. To add insult to injury, it looks like Samsung used the adhesive they use on the frame style screen (which isn’t destructive outside of a frameless screen replacement), which may make it[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zguL33jLfw|it’s a destructive teardown on this Active. I’ve never done one, so I’m not aware of how to do it without killingremove the display so that’s whyscreen >:(]. I don’t want to remove the panel until I’m hesitant110% CERTAIN it’s bad AND I have one to open it; I’ll create additional damage without openingreplace it without extra parts to account for damage I will create until I see the gotchas that come with these phoneswith.
As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once today. I let it go as a software glitch the first time but it’s happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart. To add insult to injury, it looks like Samsung used the adhesive they use on the frame style screen (which isn’t destructive outside of a frameless screen replacement), which may make it[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zguL33jLfw|it’s a destructive teardown on this Active. I’ve never done one, so I’m not aware of how to do it without killingremove the display so that’s whyscreen >:(]. I don’t want to remove the panel until I’m hesitant110% CERTAIN it’s bad AND I have one to open it; I’ll create additional damage without openingreplace it without extra parts to account for damage I will create until I see the gotchas that come with these phoneswith.
 
Is it even worth fixing this phone and saving this one or should I keep this one for parts and seek out a whole new phone?

dispositivo:

Samsung Galaxy S6

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

How can I test the screen for problems?

Texto:

**NOTE: I have an S6 Active. This is the closest device I can find.**
 
I got this phone sometime fully knowing about this problem and I took a chance on it because the price was right (free) and I didn’t have to deal with a Google FRP lock. While I decided to try my luck with it, I lost and it happened to me… Sort of. I asked how it corrupted for the previous owner when I got the phone (which is reasonable so I know what to watch for) and the whole screen did it. It’s doing it in segments and usually only in small sections for a few seconds.
 
As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once today. I let it go as a software glitch the first time but it’s happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart. To add insult to injury, it looks like Samsung used the adhesive they use on the frame style screen (which isn’t destructive outside of a frameless screen replacement), this tapewhich may make it a destructive teardown on thethis Active. I’ve never done one, so I’m not aware of how to do it without killing the display so that’s why I’m hesitant to open it; I’ll create additional damage without opening it without extra parts to account for damage I will create until I see the gotchas that come with these phones.
As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once today. I let it go as a software glitch the first time but it’s happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart. To add insult to injury, it looks like Samsung used the adhesive they use on the frame style screen (which isn’t destructive outside of a frameless screen replacement), this tapewhich may make it a destructive teardown on thethis Active. I’ve never done one, so I’m not aware of how to do it without killing the display so that’s why I’m hesitant to open it; I’ll create additional damage without opening it without extra parts to account for damage I will create until I see the gotchas that come with these phones.
 
Is it even worth fixing this phone and saving this one or should I keep this one for parts and seek out a whole new phone?

dispositivo:

Samsung Galaxy S6

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

How can I test the screen for problems?

Texto:

**NOTE: I have an S6 Active. This is the closest device I can find.**
 
I got this phone sometime fully knowing about this problem and I took a chance on it because the price was right (free) and I didn’t have to deal with a Google FRP lock. While I decided to try my luck with it, I lost and it happened to me… Sort of. I asked how it corrupted for the previous owner when I got the phone (which is reasonable so I know what to watch for) and the whole screen did it. It’s doing it in segments and usually only in small sections for a few seconds.
 
As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once today. I let it go as a software glitch the first time but it’s happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart. To add insult to injury, it looks like Samsung used the adhesive they use on the frame style screen (which isn’t destructive outside of a frameless screen replacement), this tape may make it a destructive teardown on the Active. I’ve never done one, so I’m not aware of how to do it without killing the display so that’s why I’m hesitant to open it; I’ll create additional damage without opening it without extra parts to account for damage I will create until I see the gotchas that come with these phones.
 
Is it even worth fixing this phone and saving this one or should I keep this one for parts and seek out a whole differentnew phone?
Is it even worth fixing this phone and saving this one or should I keep this one for parts and seek out a whole differentnew phone?

dispositivo:

Samsung Galaxy S6

Status:

open

Postagem original de: Nick ,

Título:

How can I test the screen for problems?

Texto:

**NOTE: I have an S6 Active. This is the closest device I can find.**

I got this phone sometime fully knowing about this problem and I took a chance on it because the price was right (free) and I didn’t have to deal with a Google FRP lock. While I decided to try my luck with it, I lost and it happened to me… Sort of. I asked how it corrupted for the previous owner when I got the phone (which is reasonable so I know what to watch for) and the whole screen did it. It’s doing it in segments and usually only in small sections for a few seconds.

As I use the phone during the day around the house as a PDA to test the screen, I’ve noticed the image distortion the previous owner talked about more then once today. I let it go as a software glitch the first time but it’s happened more then once so it’s a deeper issue. I’m not sure if it’s the display IC on the flex cable (requiring a new screen) or a board defect so I’m wondering if there’s a way to test it without taking the phone apart. To add insult to injury, it looks like Samsung used the adhesive they use on the frame style screen (which isn’t destructive outside of a frameless screen replacement), this tape may make it a destructive teardown on the Active. I’ve never done one, so I’m not aware of how to do it without killing the display so that’s why I’m hesitant to open it; I’ll create additional damage without opening it without extra parts to account for damage I will create until I see the gotchas that come with these phones.

Is it even worth fixing this phone and saving this one or should I keep this one for parts and seek out a whole different phone?

dispositivo:

Samsung Galaxy S6

Status:

open