I can see items on my screen as mirrors or having extra lines & distortions. I could still access everything on the phone.
I tried to go through the troubleshooter for Motorola on the Verizon website on 2 different computers but they never recognized the phone. I just did a factory reset and now it seems like I have dead spots on my phone (couldn't fill things in from the keyboard area) and there is occasional ghost whiting occurring. There is no external physical damage, the phone is less than 3 months old.
I did go to a Verizon store and was told they could do nothing and said that if I wanted to send to Motorola to look for internal damage, it could cost over $200 (the phone is currently valued at just over $100).
It's never a good experience when dealing with a potentially damaged device, SB1234. It sounds like there is no external damage, but there certainly seems like there might be some internal damage. I understand the issue started after the phone was dropped, correct? Does the screen always appear this way now? Do you recall if your phone is insured?
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Yes, the issue started after the drop and it continues to show screen distortions. I do not have insurance on the phone. I would think most phones could handle a small fall without this type of damage, my previous phones have not been so fragile.
Drops are dangerous, SB1234. It seems like 98% of the time you can drop your device and it is fine. On the other hand, it’s that 2% where it drops just right and breaks. When a device has a crack in the screen, it will normally work well for a while but then dust and moisture start to get into the device and causes all sort of problems like display mirroring or ghosting. Do you have an upgrade available? The Droid Turbos have a quad core processor and are amazing. We also have payment plans now so its not so much out of pocket.
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