Motorola MOTO X Repair Information
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|MOTO X Model
|Motorola MOTO X Gen 1 Screen Repair
|Motorola MOTO X2 Gen 2 Screen Repair
|Motorola MOTO X Play Screen Repair
|Motorola X Pure Screen Repair
The Motorola MOTO X has a Super AMOLED Plus Gorilla glass touchscreen. Gorilla glass is mostly used on smartphones and other handheld devices to resist scratches on the glass. The screen for the Motorola MOTO X is an integrated assembly that is made up of a glass/touchscreen or digitizer. There is no way to separate the digitizer from the LCD display. This is the touchscreen or the digitizer cracks or is shattered we need to replace the digitizer or the touchscreen and the LCD display.
The Super AMOLED Plus capacitive touchscreen on the Motorola MOTO X has 16 million colours (480 x 800 pixels) and a pixel density of 217 pixels per inch.
Motorola MOTO X screen replacement will resolve the following issues:
- The Motorola MOTO X screen is cracked, shattered or broken
- Screen is very dim or dark
- Can't slide to unlock your Motorola MOTO X phone
- Touchscreen is not responding
- The Motorola MOTO X display is not sharp because of dead pixels on the LCD
- The Motorola MOTO X has white lines
- Motorola MOTO X has a yellow blob on the screen
- The Motorola MOTO X LCD bleeds the liquid (in the "Liquid" Crystal Display)
- The Motorola MOTO X has black lines running vertically or horizontally
- The screen is black or white and you can't see any picture on your Motorola MOTO X
Some screens have separate touchscreen glass and LCD components, therefore if the touchscreen does not respond and the image still displays properly, you only need to replace the touchscreen glass. If there is no display or a distorted display on your screen, the LCD screen needs to be replaced.
Repairing the Motorola MOTO X Yourself
Unless you are a repair expert, trying to replace a digitizer/touchscreen yourself is hazardous to your happiness. These screens are very fragile and expensive. The glass or the digitizer is fused to the display/lcd and the display is tightly fitted to the Motorola MOTO X frame. This screen replacement is best left to experience technicians.
Unfortunately, we have had a number of DIY-enthusiasts, victims of the many youtube videos, straggling into our store clutching their newly purchased broken screens and their Motorola MOTO X, looking for help.
Our experts can fix your Motorola MOTO X screen in 1 hour.
Common Motorola MOTO X Problems
Cracked or broken touchscreens/LCDs is the most common problem with the Motorola MOTO X. Many people mistakenly believe that the Gorilla Glass screen
is unbreakable, which is untrue. Gorilla glass is a great improvement
for smartphones, making them more resistant to getting scratches on the
screen, but still easy for the display to crack or break.
the digitizer or the LCD may not be visibly broken, but does fail to
work due to repeated knocks, dings and drops. So, while the display has
no visible cracks, it might be white or unresponsive to touch. After
suffering many falls, and drops over time, just the slightest impact may
render the screen inoperable. This is a perplexing but common
experience for many users who can't understand why the slightest impact
resulted in the failure of their screen.
Screens can also bleed
the liquid that is sealed within the LCD glass. This can occur weeks or
months after the first serious impact/drop suffered by the screen. This
impact often results in hair-line cracks are almost invisible to the
naked eye. Over time, however, repeated knocks can widen and deepen the
cracks are large enough to seep out the liquid.
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