Is Your Phone Screen Cracked Or Broken? See How You Can Use Toothpaste And Cottonwool To Fix It.
Most people don't understand some major things about the screen of a phone. Most phone screen stop tapping when it gets cracked or broken. When you phone screen gets cracked or broken do not panic. I am going to show you a very easy way to fix it and get it tapping again.
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If you notice that a part of your screen isn't tapping due to a small or large crack your phone may have suffered. Simply get a cotton wool and some toothpaste.
Then, you put a little bit of toothpaste on the cotton wool and rub it on the cracked part of the phone screen and leave it to dry.
Then you wipe off the dried toothpaste from the phone and turn it on.
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