Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Replacing broken Mobile Phone screen with duplicate copy and its regrets


Short recap: 
My wife's mobile screen was broken shortly before the COVID lockdown restrictions and with limited options available, I went to local mobile shop for mobile screen replacement. However, the mobile shop technician had offered cheap mobile screen replacement and had given heads-up that touch sensor would not work due to duplicate screen. With no other options available, I had to agree with the replacement of cracked mobile screen with the duplicate screen and had to let go off the fingerprint scanner.

Impact of screen replacement:
Soon after the screen replacement, I was able to notice the difference between original screen and the replaced duplicate screen, the screen was flickering more than usual and at times the screen would get locked without any action. This was continuing for a while and my wife had to live with this issue, since she had broken the screen due to accidental drop. Few weeks with the duplicate screen, this time my kid dropped the phone and again the screen was broken, and the onus was left on me to lookout for further practical options available. 

Future course of action 
With my wife’s mobile phone screen broken again for second consecutive time and lost trust with duplicate screen options available, I had to either replace entire mobile Phone or check pricing for original screen replacement. To know further about my decision about mobile phone screen replacement, please feel free to check out the articles published in G R Team sites.

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