Screen defect or sign of screen failure Umi Max

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Post time 2017-2-6 16:04:44 | Show all posts |Read mode
I'm having a problem with my Umi Max's screen. On the bottom-right corner, when I press on it, a waving effect appears, like when an LCD display is pressed. The screen is intact, it doesn't have cracks and the panel doesn't seem to be moving on that corner. Anyone can tell me what can be wrong?

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 Author| Post time 2017-2-17 16:09:00 | Show all posts
MarcinP replied at 2017-2-17 08:04
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On aliexpress you don't have information about thickness. Details which they providing is with ...

Thanks! Great help once again.

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 Author| Post time 2017-2-7 21:09:30 | Show all posts
Anyone? No one?
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Post time 2017-2-9 02:28:08 | Show all posts
A video would be useful to help us to not just imagine but see your issue.

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 Author| Post time 2017-2-9 18:18:26 | Show all posts
bencebacsi replied at 2017-2-9 02:28
A video would be useful to help us to not just imagine but see your issue.

It seems that the panel is moving on that part of the phone (clicking sounds can be heard when I press the area between the corner of the phone and the Harlequin LED). It didn't happen when I opened the thread. I hope that doesn't affect the display. Here is the video. Should I hit the service? https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3HjNJUmcMxnbzBoSmJaLVhRb0k

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 Author| Post time 2017-2-9 20:15:20 | Show all posts
Ok, now I'm pissed. The panel seems to move on the upper-left side, on about one inch down from the top. It's clear now - the panel is badly glued. Will it come off? I hope not. So this is about crappy construction. Nice! What should I do?
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amonapophis replied at 2017-2-9 20:15
Ok, now I'm pissed. The panel seems to move on the upper-left side, on about one inch down from the  ...

Hi
You should contact to seller for warranty.

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 Author| Post time 2017-2-10 15:39:27 | Show all posts
MarcinP replied at 2017-2-10 04:08
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You should contact to seller for warranty.

Hi MarcinP, thanks for your reply. I will definitely do so.

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 Author| Post time 2017-2-15 20:36:39 | Show all posts
Ok, so the problem I have to address here is that my phone has a badly glued screen. I don't know how such thing can happen with a phone purchased last year in September. Although I was pleased with its functions and good looks, I have to warn everybody about its questionable build quality. At first I was excited, now I am angry about it. And the warranty is questionable too, if you live in Europe. I wouldn't mind if the process would be smoother and faster, but it takes up to a month to get the product back to vendor and a month to send it back. It is too much and I won't pay about 100$ for quick shipping, considering I've paid 150 $ for the phone. It's absurd. The vendor didn't even answer who pays for the shipping, when I asked. I'm still waiting for the answer about this issue. In my country, if a product breaks on warranty period, the seller picks it up free of charge and returns it free of charge. So, think twice before buying. I tried and I was dooped. At least, that's what I feel. If the screen fails, I'm going to toss the phone in the trash, because the screen only is about 100$, so I prefer buying a new phone than replacing the screen. The fact is, I'm still a fan of this phone. I hope it wouldn't die.
Post time 2017-2-16 06:55:35 | Show all posts
amonapophis replied at 2017-2-15 20:36
Ok, so the problem I have to address here is that my phone has a badly glued screen. I don't know ho ...

Hi
If you don't want waiting months for repair you should get from aliexpress double side tape (special for smartphones repair) around €3-6 and fix everything you self. Also you can buy basic tools for dissembling your phone around €5.
I thinking that this will be better option than sending back to China.
https://m.aliexpress.com/search. ... tape+smartphones+#/
https://m.aliexpress.com/search.htm?keywords=Smartphone+tools+#/


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