Unlike iPhones and most Samsung devices, LG does not integrate the digitizer into the LCD. On almost all LG devices, the top glass of your phone is actually an electric circuit that is used to register your finger on the screen. That means this if the screen is cracked or damaged, the circuit will become incomplete and will no longer register your touch properly or at all. If your LG device has lost touch functionality, bring your device into our technicians at My Broken Phone and have your screen replaced at a low price.
If your battery drains rapidly, you should try restarting your device and disabling all unnecessary services such as background data and GPS when not in use. You may also want to try re-calibrating your battery and checking for a system update. If this doesn’t solve your problem, bring the device to one of our repair centers so a technician can determine if you are in need of a replacement battery.
Google’s Nexus 5 is known for its Wi-Fi connection problems and unfortunately there isn’t much that can be done until a system update is patched sent which finally fixes the issue plaguing the device since Android 4.4. A couple of quick fixes you can try are to reboot the phone, enable and disable airplane mode, forget your Wi-Fi network and reconnect, or a factory reset. If you bring the device by your local My Broken Phone repair center, one of our technicians can help walk you through these steps as well as look for other external issues that could be affecting your Wi-Fi