Can I just pull off the plastic trim that surrounds the display when you remove the touch screen assembly. It doesn't have to be pretty. I'll just try to modify the circuit board underneath to salvage part of the electronics. Plus, I think I'll be able to salvage the board from one of the other back panels that look similar to the panel removed. Hindsight is 20/20 and the shatterproof display was kinda worth it.
I didn't try the clue since the target time expired yesterday. You're certainly correct though, you definitely DO have to have the password to unlock the app masqueraded as a work ranger name. I tried all kinds of methods to create one, but nothing worked. If anyone found a method that works, please post! Hindsight is 20/20 and if I hadn't done all that research on BSOD's the first time around, I would have never been able to figure out what was going on.
You didn't mention the LCD screen being cracked (note: that was me, not them). If it was cracked, that is a pretty good sign that the LCD itself is probably not cracked. The LCD is under the hood, just behind the car battery, so it should be simple to replace the LCD in the car.
Upon insertion of a cracked LCD screen, the unit will not start up. However, if the unit is run using the HDD, the unit will load. It is recommended to replace the LCD with a new one. However, if the problem is persistent, it is strongly recommended to take the unit to a repair center to receive a full refund of the purchase price of your unit. If the unit is still operating, it is recommended to connect the unit to the hard drive. After the hard drive is connected, the unit will reboot and load. The unit model compatibility information is located on the brochure. 7211a4ac4a