11-29-2012 06:27 PM
After fiddling with the phone to a point of nearly giving it away, i managed to fix the display to normal.
ok. here's how i did it.
1. 1st you have to access the phone's engineering screen. to do this you have to hold down the "back" key and tap the top left of the screen, followed by a top right tap. (repeat the taps until you see a "Engineering Screen Contents")
2. you need a Mirror to read your phone's screen. now using only the touchpad to navigate and select options. scroll to the option titled "OS Engineering Screen"
3. after that scroll and open to "LCD"
4. Once there, about 6 options down. there is an option titled "LCD Autodect: disabled" select it using the touchpad to show a pop up screen with 6 options.
5. select "Enable LCD Autodetect"
6.exit the engineering menu and reboot your phone. all should be well! i Hope
please note, modifying any other options from the engineering options may damage your phone!
11-30-2012 11:31 PM
Let me make a quick suggestion to everyone before we all go out and try accessing the engineering screen:
DO NOT ACCESS THE ENGINEERING SCREEN UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE!!
As soon as you mess up in the engineering screen, your phone is toast. Not even an OS reload will correct it, and forget about getting support from your carrier if they find out you've been messing around there.
Save yourself the grief.....do not touch the engineering screen!!!!
12-02-2012 02:59 PM
If there was a way I could post screen shots I would.
Take pics of your screen with another camera, post the pics on a pic host and post the links here.