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Yes, I talk about the very small component, close to the connector, shawn up this topic.
 
In the earlier comment, I explain that is a coil (z#0.2 ohm), probably to filter the front camera power supply of the front camera ?
In the earlier comment, I explain that is a coil (z#0.2 ohm), probably to filter the front camera power supply of the front camera ?
 
Firstly, I tried to re-solder this component, broken when changing the tactile-display screen block, but the front camera did'nt work properly.
 
So, yesterday, I have replaced this coil by a small, thin coper stapp, finaly, easier for soldering than the component !
 
Now, the front camera works correctly (after powered on/off the iphone).

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Yes, I talk about the very small component, close to the connector, shawn up this topic.
 
In the earlier comment, I explain that is a coil (z#0.2 ohm), probably to filter the power supply of the front camera ?
 
Firstly, I tried to re-solder this component, broken when changing the tactil-displaytactile-display screen block, but the front camera did'nt work properly.
Firstly, I tried to re-solder this component, broken when changing the tactil-displaytactile-display screen block, but the front camera did'nt work properly.
 
So, yesterday, I have replaced this coil by a small, thin coper stapp, finaly, easier for soldering than the component !
 
Now, the front camera works correctly (after powered on/off the iphone).

Status:

open

Original post by: piga35 ,

Text:

Yes, I talk about the very small component, close to the connector, shawn up this topic.

In the earlier comment, I explain that is a coil (z#0.2 ohm), probably to filter the power supply of the front camera ?

Firstly, I tried to re-solder this component, broken when changing the tactil-display screen block, but the front camera did'nt work properly.

So, yesterday, I have replaced this coil by a small, thin coper stapp, finaly, easier for soldering than the component !

Now, the front camera works correctly (after powered on/off the iphone).

Status:

open