To restore your Windows 7 computer to factory settings Back up important files and data. If you do not back up your files, you will lose them. Turn off your computer. Disconnect everything but the monitor, keyboard and mouse. This includes your: scanner printer modem or network cables mobile phone and tablet USB flash drive or other external hard drive If your laptop is docked, remove it from the docking station. When the Dell logo appears on the screen, press F8 several times to open the Advanced Boot Options menu. Note: If the Advanced Boot Options menu doesn't open, wait for the Windows login prompt. Then restart the computer and try again. Use the Arrow keys to select Repair Your Computer and then press Enter. On the System Recovery Options menu, select a keyboard layout and click Next. On the next screen you can log in as a local user or the Administrator. Note: Use the drop down menu to the right of User name: to select the local user or the Administrator account and enter the password for that...
In order to switch off the cell phone, hold down the Power key for a short while. press and hold the Volume Down and Power button together for a couple of seconds. When the LG logo is displayed, let go of the Power key, keep pressing the Volume Down and then press once more the Power button. You should release all buttons when the Factory Mode appears on the screen.Wipe data LG L15G Sunrise Confirm process by choosing appropriate options using Volume rockers to navigate and Power button to confirm. Well done! The hard reset has just been completed.
there is no bending it back to "it never happened" accidents happen your parents will understand, be upfront and honest with them and take responsibility for what happened, it will all work out one way or another and you wont die
Apple glues the lcd to the digitizer to keep the image clear you just have to buy an LCD with the digitizer already glued in place OR use a heat gun to soften the glue. I think alot of manufactures are going that route. Unless you have alot of fancy equipment its probably more cost effective to buy assembled LCDs
depends on your experience with electronic device repair, it looks pretty straight forward, no soldering, no heat guns, no special tools, if you never done this kind of repair i would look for other broken devices and practice on something you dont use daily