There is no way to shut down a phone without using the touchscreen or removing the battery, sorry. So you might have to wait until the battery runs out.
However the SIM card should not become damaged if you take it out of the running phone (no guarantees).
Well, as I said I would use double tap to turn on the phone, I currently use it on L930 and I had used it before on a Lumia 925
Also, I have searched your question and bellow is the answer:
How can I make my Lumia 950 XL screen timeout after "never"?
Problem is with the charger you're using. May be it's from manufactures other than your device's. It'll have different amperage and will affect your phone. You might not face any problems with charging via PC or laptop as it's current is lower as compared to normal wall chargers. Only I can say is, get a new generic charger asap.
I can't see the image very well, but the only triangle that I know of means the phone is roaming. You could confirm this by going to Settings > Cellular + SIM and setting data roaming options to "don't roam", then check if the triangle is still there.
Right, so I'm answering my own question in case someone else has the same problem.
In the end a friend suggested I do a soft reset - pressing down the lock and volume-down button at the same time until the phone vibrates.
After doing this, when the phone came back on it said there was a problem with the sd card and asked if I wanted to "scan and fix" it.
The Lumia 535 touchscreen problem is quite notable problem in Lumia smartphone line from Microsoft. Since I have this smartphone (Lumia 535 Dual SIM) I also acknowledge this problem.
Short answer is: you can't really do anything about it. I have tried to update the phone, and even install Windows 10 Mobile Preview for it, of course with no avail. This is ...
This is called Glance Screen Feature and it is supported on newer devices like your 650. I am astonished that you hate this feature and I miss this feature so much on my Lumia 535.
Glance Screen is a unique Windows phone feature that use to display a summarized information from notifications. All the information displayed by Glance Screen can be easily ...
Settings --> Personalization --> Glance Screen --> Turn off "Show Glance Screen when the display is turned off."
There are also some other settings if you only want to have it in certain day/night times, a different color etc.
Disclaimer: I am using Windows 10 Mobile on the current fast ring and my language is set to German so the exact menu names might ...
Before I can answer, I need to know exact status of the broken screen?
Display working & Touch Not working
Nothing is working (I guess that might be the case)
Ahh! I missed that possibility. Anyways,If you've PIN enabled then it adds one more target to be shot in the dark.
Connect your phone to PC via USB.
(Since it is locked you can't access ...
I have solved the problem. I got the solution from YouTube. It is like this:
Switch off phone.
Then press volume and power switches at the same time for 10 seconds.
Phone will vibrate and an exclamation sign (!) will appear on the screen.
Then press once the volume up, then volume down, then power switch and then volume down again.
Two gears will appear on ...
SMS Backups are usually automatic, not manual. Unless you disabled the backup, it should be there. They aren't user-visible until restored onto another device, though.
If you have Continuum (the ability to display from the phone to an external monitor) set up, you can use that to change settings. However, I think setting it up initially requires a working ...
As the line doesn't appear on screenshots, it appears to not be a software issue, and your handset may have developed a fault - I would suggest taking it to your local friendly repair centre for repair/replacement (subject to warranty, etc.)
Perhaps you are talking about the Narrator option which reads all the text on the screen and perform actions on double-taps. Assuming that, solution to your problem is Go to settings > double tap ease of access > double tap narrator > double tap the On button to turn it off. Now the narrator is off. To unlock your phone while narrator is on you have to ...
if you want to keep the screen to never turn off, such an option is only available in interop unlocked phones. tutorials are available on winphonehub.org . but, i seriously recommend you to not do such things as it might damage your device.
Windows Phone 8.1 supports sharing the screen to Mircast devices (where the phone is compatible - not sure if the 620 is), or over USB to desktop PCs running the Project My Screen app.
I'm not aware of a phone acting as a Miracast receiver, so you might not be able to share screen from phone to phone
Sounds like there is a depression on the screen. In most cases an over zealous tech squeezing the screen to hard. I would send it back to the service place and request a replacement phone. Also take a picture of the phone since you got it back as evidence. At this point there is nothing you can do to release the depression.
If the problem persists, then you really only have two options:
Reset the phone to the factory settings and hope that it helps
Get the phone replaced under warranty
In both cases you will lose all of your data, so make sure that you have a backup.