First, assess the damage, and that means getting your phone on a solid surface and in a good light, not just giving it a quick once-over before stuffing it back in your pocket. With a little bit of stress testing and careful prodding you should be able to work out whether the screen is about to fall off or fail completely. In a lot of cases it will stay in place, cracks and all, so you can at least keep tweeting, so long as the screen is still visible and functioning. The name of the game here is, “hold out until I’m eligible for an upgrade.” If you want to keep using the cracked phone, and don’t want to risk losing glass or slicing up your fingers, cover the screen with a layer of packing tape. Line everything up carefully and trim it with an X-acto knife and it may look almost like a real screen protector.
Increased lifespan for you Huawei or other mobile phone brands? Software update notifications might seem pretty annoying – however, it’s important to keep your software up to date. Updates often fix bugs and improve performance issues, both for your phone operating system and for individual apps. It’s best to keep on top of updates by regularly checking while you have Wi-Fi access, instead of leaving it until you’re stuck struggling with no choice but to use your valuable mobile data to install a vital update.
After you have your phone repaired maybe it’s time to buy a better screen protection ? If you want to protect your screen and save money, then JETech is the manufacturer you’re looking for. JETech caters to a variety of phone brands, all for an affordable price. Affordable doesn’t mean the products are cheaply made, however, as all of its screen protectors are made with tempered glass, offering impressive damage resistance. You also get multiple protectors from a single purchase, so you always have more to fall back on, should you ever need to.
A folk remedy circulating online suggests a paste made from two parts baking soda to one part water can fix screens. Just make a thick paste and then use a cloth to rub it in. This should cover up the problem for a while. But this is amateur stuff, i suggest to see a professional. Read extra info at iPhone repair.