If the phone is seriously damaged, get it backed up as quickly as you can, making sure all your photos and videos and important files are saved somewhere else just in case it dies completely and you can’t get it working again. If it’s already stopped functioning, then a professional repair is probably your best bet. Here are the solutions, in ascending order of professionalism. The gussied-up version of the packing tape solution. This ensures that you’ve got no seams and a clean line around the edges of the screen. Granted, that might not be much of a concern when underneath there’s a spiderweb of cracks.
Bigger lifetime for you Samsung or other mobile phone brands? Wiping the screen & camera lens with a micro fiber cloth, and using a screen guard, helps in keeping the display free from dirt & scratches. A good mobile cover or carry pouch is a sensible option for protecting the phone from drops and scratches. In addition, it is advisable to clean the mobile case occasionally.
After you have your phone repaired maybe it’s time to buy a better screen protection ? If you happen to be the type of person who drops their phone often (guilty as charged), then RhinoShield has you covered – literally. Its screen protectors are specifically designed to be impact resistant, using carefully selected shock-dampening material, ensuring your phone will be protected from most major falls. To prove its reliability, RhinoShield even tests a hammer against its products, just to prove its confidence in each protector.
If you cracked your screen during your manufacturer’s warranty period, you should be able to get it fixed for free and within a few hours’ time. (Bear in mind, though, that the standard limited warranties of many manufacturers, such as Apple and Samsung, do not cover accidents.) Out-of-warranty screen repairs cost upwards of $100. endors such as uSell, Glyde and Gazelle will buy your phone so you can get a new one, but be aware that damaged phones will only get you about 50 percent of what the device was originally worth. But this is amateur stuff, i suggest to see a professional. See more info at iPhone repair.