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Problem with Blade: screen is black after waking up

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Please forgive me for my corrupted English.

My ZTE Blade's screen keep black after waking up. Everything else works just fine: I can answer calls (if I can guess where the accept button is to slide), back light LEDs turn on/off properly. After resetting everything is ok, before it falls into sleep again.

Mine has TFT screen, 512MB RAM, unlocked. I bought it 2 weeks ago but the problem occurred just now. I tried wiping everything i found in recovery mode, reflashed it with different roms that support TFT screen including stock rom, tried different sd cards, sim cards...

The only thing that helped is "OLED off" item in service menu:

- type *983*0#, remember where that item is,

- push power button, the phone sleeps,

- hit power button again, it wakes up (with black screen and working back light LEDs working)

- i can unlock it by remember where unlock button can be, the screen is still black

- now if i can hit "OLED off" item in the opened menu, the back light LEDs switch off then on again with WORKING TFT SCREEN!

Please tell me what i should do to solve this problem! Thank you for support.

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do you have a display in clockwork ?

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do you have a display in clockwork ?

Do you mean if the screen works in clockwork recovery? Yes, the phone can boot into recovery mode and works fine there

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oki so screen isn't broken a good new

i suggest you install a rom with the TPT method (jellyfish for an example)

see the method in the custom rom section

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oki so screen isn't broken a good new

i suggest you install a rom with the TPT method (jellyfish for an example)

see the method in the custom rom section

ok i'll do it now

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and how long this process should last?

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and how long this process should last?

not long few minutes why ?

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hm, i extracted to image folder, turned off, took off bat, inserted back, held menu+vol up+power all together, the phone started and got stuck with green android picture on screen! the process did not start

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humm perhpas you miss the keys

infact you just need volume up + power

try again

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