Hi, My opinion to physical repair the pink vertical lines is: First I declare 3 truths: Truth 1: The Mica, touch and screen of the s7 edge are flexible. Truth 2: The aluminum base where the screen rests is uneven, is not smooth and has viscous cavities as the components rest. Truth 3: The screen flex has three unprotected or insulated circuit areas very close to the aluminum base. Now my tip: When you press the flexible screen with your fingers constantly, that creates friction of the flex that is under the front camera, which is the most exposed of the screen, causing over time to cut the lines, and worse when the user presses With force because it ends by cutting in a single stroke more flex lines in that area of the front camera. The flex of the panel and the tactile are attached to pressure with glue, I think that when this set is exposed to the heat of the aluminum it heats and softens the glue, and the user when pressing the screen and being this flexible and of passage being irregular the Base where the screen rests end up making fake contacts cause the mentioned faults. When the user tries to press the screen looking for a solution to their screen problem, it is making everything worse: 1- Break the flex by pressure. 2- It takes the exposed circuits of the screen to make contact with the aluminum and short circuits. 3- Damage other parts by the exposure time of the fault or shorts without finding solution. What is the solution I propose? 1- Remove the screen. 2- Put insulation tape and heat resistant to the three exposed circuits. 3- Put insulating tape and heat resistant to the flex that is under the front camera to reinforce it. 4- Create a pressure bar, of nonconductive material, paper, Teflon etc, that presses in the union line of the touch and the screen. Anything else I can say? I would put on the screen a kind of thin foami that serves as a shock absorber to the screen, I think that at the time of falls, it further damages the impact between the aluminum base and the screen, that the same impact of the mica with the floor . I hope someone will put it into practice and we can physically solve this error as the team is phenomenal.
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