Smashed screens come in many different levels of severity and you could be dealing with anything from a completely shattered display and a non-working phone, to a small crack in one corner of the screen and a device that still works fine. Not all of these solutions are applicable to every scenario but we’ll try and guide you as best we can. Finally, unless you’re already accomplished at repairing modern solid-state electronics, you probably lack the specialized tools you’ll need for the job. Luckily, iFixit sells a handy kit that includes pretty much everything you’ll need, with the possible exception of their iOpener, a tube you heat up and apply to the phone to soften its adhesives.
Bigger lifetime for you Huawei or other mobile phone brands? For long-term storage, move your photos, videos, and other files off your phone’s hard storage and into cloud-based storage – so you can still access it but it isn’t using up phone storage space. Delete anything you don’t want to keep. Likewise with apps, there’s no point keeping around apps you don’t use. Simply deleting the icon won’t remove it from your phone; instead, go into settings and uninstall the app. It’s also not a bad idea to clear the cache every now and then. You can go into settings to clear all cache data, or go into storage settings to clear the cache only for specific apps.
After you have your phone repaired maybe it’s time to buy a better screen protection ? If you want to protect your screen and save money, then JETech is the manufacturer you’re looking for. JETech caters to a variety of phone brands, all for an affordable price. Affordable doesn’t mean the products are cheaply made, however, as all of its screen protectors are made with tempered glass, offering impressive damage resistance. You also get multiple protectors from a single purchase, so you always have more to fall back on, should you ever need to.
A folk remedy circulating online suggests a paste made from two parts baking soda to one part water can fix screens. Just make a thick paste and then use a cloth to rub it in. This should cover up the problem for a while. But this is amateur stuff, i suggest to see a professional. See extra info at iPhone repair.