So the touch screen for your smartphone has been acting up. Should you replace your cell phone? Can you repair it? What is less expensive?
In many instances the issue is merely that your touch screen digitizer went bad, for one reason or another. The usual reason is from your cellphone getting dropped or struck against a hard surface. Occasionally the damage is visible, though quite often not.
The touch screen digitizer is usually similar to a thin clear plastic film which adheres to the glass screen of the smartphone or iPad style device which has a touch screen. The digitizer then links to the motherboard of the smartphone and sends data regarding the position and actions of the finger or stylus touching the screen. The digitizer is responsible for the operations of the touch screen. So essentially, any data input obtained by way of the touch screen such as touching an icon or virtual keyboard, scrolling, handwriting recognition or any reaction associated with the touching of the screen. For most devices with a touch screen the digitizer is the only method of data input.
How can you know if that could be what is wrong with your smartphone or tablet?
Here are a few of the warning signs of a digitizer problem:
· Touchscreen isn’t reacting if touched.
· Touchscreen is sluggish to react to touch.
· Some sections of the touch screen appear to be dead and don’t react to touch.
· Some spots on the screen frequently react incorrectly and occasionally erratically whenever touched.
· Sometimes programs simply appear to open up at random by themselves.
If one or a few of these issues are happening with your smartphone, you probably have a bad or broken digitizer. A digitizer cannot be fixed, it needs to be replaced.
The solution, just replace it yourself. It’s not really very difficult to do and it’s not expensive. It’s definitely not nearly as costly as replacing your Blackberry or iPhone.
If you’re convinced that you may need to replace the digitizer in your cellphone, then we may be able to assist. The thing is, recently we had the same dilemma though weren’t certain where we should go or what to do. So, to hopefully make life slightly easier for others with much the same problems, we put together a website listing just about every model of smartphone, tablet or smartpad and where you can get the digitizer replacement kits. It doesn’t matter what brand name that you’re looking for, whether it’s the Apple iPad or iPhone, Blackberry, Dell, Google, HP, HTC, LG, Motorola, Nokia, Palm, Samsung, Sony or any other brand name we more than likely have a link to your particular model. Even if you’re merely looking for additional information regarding touch screen digitizers, then use the link below and we can assist you in finding what you are looking for.
We even have a few video clips on our website demonstrating to you just how easy it truly is to replace your own digitizer.