Hi there, it will need a new flex cable fitting - you can attempt to fix this yourself, however it is a very complex repair and takes a lot of precision and risk. Your local repair shop will be able to do it, but it's not cheap. Jacob
Try opening the phone up, unscrewing the 4 screws at the upper right corner holding the metal plate in, carefully un-pry the cables, clean them with alcohol and re-fit them. If this does not work, try a new screen.
Hi there, i have had this issue before, many times infact. Please take note of this, as i assure you this is the BEST solution you will find on the internet. Take the screen off, and mask off the area where you do NOT want to get sharpie. With some plyers, take apart the cartridge from your sharpie pen. Have some tissue at the ready, and squeese the sharpie pen cartridge with some plyers over the scratch. This will release a thick gloopy liquid from the cartridge which cannot be done by just drawing over it like the other answer suggested. As SOON as you do this, dab with your paper towel to make sure it doesn't spread anywhere else. Feel free to reply to this with any questions, but i have been searching on the internet for hours and not found anything that works like this. Jacob
Hi there! i just had this same problem, looked on here but nobody would respond. Luckily i have found a solution. I bought a new battery and it has totally fixed the problem. It's worth considering it as they're really cheap and easy to fit. Hope this helps!! Jacob
Make sure the volume is up etc, try blowing gently in the ear speaker and make sure the mesh isnt blocked with any dust/dirt.. is none of these work, consider replacing the earpeice speaker, they're really cheap and easy to do.