- I do repairs for 4th gen front assemblies often, and didn't have a trouble for a long time, but more recently I have been hav...
- This has happened to me twice so far, and I'm not sure what the issue is. I replaced the front assembly on these ipod touch 4...
- You can max it out at 8GB of ram. 500GB HDD should be plenty.
- Possibly just a DOA part. If the LCD ribbon is connected to the logic board and there is no debris messing up the connections or bent pins, then the LCD should be working.
- 1) technically, yes 2)Technically, yes 3)Technically, yes 4)Technically, yes The only reason these are the answers is because each of the digitizers and LCDs use the same connectors to the logic board. However, all the frames are different so getting the display to work on the other phone types will mean it does not work. You can't separate the LCD and digitizer so it would not make sense to try to interchange them.
- You already ruined your chances of fully reviving your phone because you turned it on. You can try to remove the back of the phone and let it dry for a day with a fan pointed on it, but it may not work. If you're lucky, you might be able to replace the display and get it to work.
- What exactly do you mean "system burnout"? If you install ram and hard drive correctly you will not have any type of "burnout" . You can put in however much hard drive space and ram that you would like to pay for. I'd recommend a 500GB drive and 8GB of ram.