So I accidentally dropped my phone and it died, quite literally, the top corner of the screen was showing weird lines and the rest was all a mix of random colors, impossible to make out anything.
The first thing I did was try to remove the sim card and SD card, then I realized there was no SD card so it must be inside somewhere, i just decided to try to connect it to a pc but I couldn't do anything without going in the phone and accepting the pc but it that was impossible. I searched tens of videos on YouTube for a fix, all of them require you to either see the screen partially to accept and then move **bleep** over to the pc or have some specific options enabled in developer tools and use third party software's and USB hubs and stuff. So none of those were a real option, since I didn't have USB debugging, Bluetooth or any other option enabled that would help me. so I went with my last resort I opened it up with tools and then realized there was no SD card, it was most likely just a random part on the motherboard or whatever doohickey lies inside. Now the screen won't turn on at all and I'm totally lost, I don't feel like taking it to some repair shops because I don't trust random people with my phone contents and photos so I just wished Samsung would make it easier to recover **bleep** in cases like these, such as having the memory part separate and in a SD card by default.
Btw if I somehow get the phone turned on, no sounds would be enabled so I wouldn't even know if the touch screen works.
Anyone got any bright ideas that don't require developer options to be enabled nor Bluetooth???
Solved! Go to Solution.
not really a solution, since both of those options are out of the equation and too late.