- 02-25-2014, 12:24 AM #2
- 6,529 Posts
It sounds like you damaged the AMOLED display (the lowest layer of the screen itself). If you have insurance then your best bet is to get the phone replaced.
If you don't have insurance, or just want to DIY, here are a couple of sources for replacement screen assemblies:
If you haven't already tried it, you should pull the battery for a few minutes, then reinsert it. Probably won't help, but it's easy enough to check.
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