If the phone is seriously damaged, get it backed up as quickly as you can, making sure all your photos and videos and important files are saved somewhere else just in case it dies completely and you can’t get it working again. If it’s already stopped functioning, then a professional repair is probably your best bet. Here are the solutions, in ascending order of professionalism. It is possible to replace a phone screen on your own. We’ll refer you to iFixit for their excellent, step-by-step guide with photos. A few key things to keep in mind here: Before you decide to go this route, look into the cost of the replacement screen. Today’s phone screens, which incorporate touch interaction and possibly biometric sensors, don’t come cheap.
Bigger lifespan for you Samsung or other mobile phone brands? Sometimes, you don’t need to do anything to have your data backed up, while other apps or files need to be backed up manually. For instance, Android phones require a Google account to log in – this functions to save all of your data to the cloud under your Google account. You can do the same with an Apple phone and your Apple account. Many apps downloaded from the Google Play or App store link to your Google or Apple account and so also save your game data to the account; others use their own logins while others only save progress to your device.
After you have your phone repaired maybe it’s time to buy a better screen protection ? There’s nothing more frustrating than finding a scratch on your phone’s screen, which is why Omoton is your best bet to prevent them from happening in the first place. Using tried and tested tempered glass, Omoton design its screen protectors with scratch resistance in mind, meaning your screen shouldn’t be affected by unsightly scrapes or marks. Plus, many of Omoton’s protectors come with a lifetime warranty, so you will be covered in more ways than one.
Toothpaste gives you nice breath AND hides the scratches on your phone. This method can fix a small scratch, or at least hide it. Put a tiny bit of toothpaste on a cotton bud and rub it on the scratch, making sure it doesn’t find its way into headphone sockets, buttons or other vulnerable parts of your device. It will make your phone minty fresh, although it won’t restore it to mint condition. But this is amateur stuff, i recommend to see a professional. See extra info on Phone repair.