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I just cracked the screen of my Nexus 4. How can I access the files?

USB Debugging is turned off, so I cannot do the thing on this page. I have tried: Tried pressing on the screen to see if it works but it seems that the whole screen is smashed internally. I can see the lock screen but cannot access it.. I think it was caused by: I just dropped it from a height of 10cm and it smashed

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