Second generation of iPhone. Model A1241 / 8 or 16 GB capacity / black or white plastic back. Repair is more straightforward than the first iPhone. requires screwdrivers, prying, and suction tools.

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My iPhone works but the screeen is black

I was talking on the phone and I dropped it by accident, and then the screen went black, the phone works normal but I just cant seem to see anything and I'm really mad this is my second iphone already and I'm not planning on getting a new one. Some one please help!

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Simplest trick is the reset. Hold home and power buttons together for 10 seconds, the apple should appear. Release buttons and allow to reboot. If that doesn't work the connector for your display may have come loose, or you may need a new LCD, both of these things can be done by yourself for little money/time. Let us know what happens and we'll try to help you sort this..

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I tried and nothing happened it stays as a black screen, my iphone is also hacked so I have it in another company is it alright to reboot it? and thank you for your time I really appreciate it!

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if you tried the reboot then I'd look at opening the iphone and just checking that connector no.1 hasn't popped off when you dropped the phone. Click on the guides link under the photo of the phone, select LCD or display. You'll need a philips head screwdriver and a suction cup..you may have them already. Just take your time, if this is the first time the phone has been opened the display can be a bit tight so go easy. If you put your fingers on the top edge of the display and use thumb and forefinger to pull on suction cup it stops you pulling to hard. (It opens like a hinge..you don't want to lift straight up) read the guides first so they're familiar and it should be fine. It can be a bit fiddly trying to get that connector on, don't force it.

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Alright i'll try that then, do you think replacing the LCD will help?

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