Is the Galaxy J3 the same device as the Samsung Galaxy Express Prime?I am considering working on a Galaxy Express Prime, and when I look around, I hardly see any parts for it. I’ve seem a lot...
When calibrating the battery, would it be bad to use the fast charger?So, I am going to be doing a battery replacement on my uncle’s old Galaxy Note 5. While reading the guides here on Ifixit...
crwdns2890332:0Why my phone randomly shot offs after battery replacement bought here?crwdne2890332:0Try calibrating your battery. When you get that new battery, look at this page. Battery Calibration
crwdns2890332:0Screen is black and unresponsivecrwdne2890332:0I suffered from this issue too, and had been reading all sorts of things online. It used to be that the only way I could get the display to show anything was to put it in the freezer. I had been reading about how the display ribbon cables or flex connectors could become disconnected if the device was dropped. I had recently dropped my device, and right after that the issues started. I was considering taking my phone apart (that would have been my first repair, and I don't have really any proper tools), but before I went that far, I decided I should try to push the top of the display together with the other side, using much more force than I was comfortable doing on any kind of electronic device. ( The top because after dropping it right on the screen the top right corner seemed to pop out a little bit). that solved my screen issues! hope this helps you guys! Edit: I have read several of the answers on this thread and found that they can definitely be useful. This is where the freezer answer came from (look...