Apple user since 2012.
Samsung user since 2015.
Guess which I like more?
Anyway, I currently use a few devices:
-Samsung Galaxy S6 (black, 64 GB, suffering slowdown issues)
-Samsung Galaxy S7 (black, 32 GB)
-Samsung Gear S3 Frontier (US edition, because why not)
-iPad 4 WiFi (silver back, white front, 32 GB. Cracked screen)
-iPad Pro 10.5" WiFi (space grey back, black front, 128 GB. Lower portion of screen is discoloured)
-Microsoft Surface Pro 6 (i5/128 GB/Platinum spec)
Bottom quarter of the screen is discolouredI just noticed that the bottom quarter (approximating) of my screen (when held in landscape mode, home button on the...
Réponse à : « Bottom quarter of the screen is discoloured »This is my problem, so it's sort of stupid I answer it, but I wanted to update it with my findings. Due to where I live, it's very difficult to get the device repaired at an Apple Store, do I haven't bothered. What I have found is that the issue is less and less noticeable the longer the screen is off, in which case it will slowly reappear during use. It also fades if the device is used for an extended period of time (≈1 hour). If you have this issue, don't worry too much about it if you can't get it fixed.
Réponse à : « Technical support unavailable in the UAE »Samsung discontinued all cameras in 2016 in order to focus on appliances and mobile devices. It seems that the camera has sustained some considerable damage, as you said that buttons and WiFi are not function anting correctly. From doing a quick Google search, it looks like you’ll have trouble finding instructions and/or parts online. My suggestion, if you are willing to take apart the camera, would be to check the position of the buttons behind the housing. It could be that whatever is holding the buttons against the housing has been damaged and so the buttons are not working as intended. I’m not sure if it will be possible to fix the WiFi, but it seems like a minor inconvenience. If you can repair the buttons, I’m sure you’ll be able to live with a cable. If not, time to get a new camera or splash out on third-party repairs. Good luck.
Réponse à : « not powering on after screen replacement, feels warm to the touch »It’s likely something major has been damaged. Could be the battery or a key component (e.g. CPU, display), but I would say the phone will either be expensive or impossible to repair.
Réponse à : « iPhone 6 battery drain after screen replacement »It could be caused by faulty software (iOS 11.0.0-11.0.3 have major battery bugs) or maybe the battery was damaged during the screen replacement,
Réponse à : « Microphone, connector or what? »The problem is likely with the microphone (s), but it could also be a software or cellular issue. I suggest running a troubleshooter, updating the firmware, and contacting your telco. If none of that works, I’d suggest a reset of the device. If that doesn’t work, your only option is to make claim under warranty or consumer protection laws, unless you want to fix it yourself.
Réponse à : « I want my psp fixed »You can get a quote from either the manufacturer or the reseller, of a third-party repairer. Or you could try yourself. Depending on the problem, it’s I’ll cost a different amounts, but I would say absolute minimum price would be $40-50.
Réponse à : « Tablet stops functioning correctly in room with exposed cables »Like others have mentioned in the comments, it’s likely electromagnetic interference or just magnetic interference. There’s no real solution to the problem, other than covering up the cables with an insulator.