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Current version by: illu vattarr ,

Title:

Touchscreen acting weird after battery replacement

Text:

I just replaced the battery of my iPhone 6. The battery is working fine and I've done this procedure multiple times.
 
However, the touchscreen is unresponsive. Swiping on the homescreen or starting apps works pretty normal. The problem mostly occurs when typing something. Then it just starts typing out of itself, mostly the letter 'b'.
 
I opened it up again and reattached the frontscreen connectors. Then I thought it was solved but after some minutesthen it startedbecame impossible to type again. It seems like it occurs sometimes more than others.
I opened it up again and reattached the frontscreen connectors. Then I thought it was solved but after some minutesthen it startedbecame impossible to type again. It seems like it occurs sometimes more than others.
 
Any idea on what this could be? The screen was working perfectly fine beforehand. Any specific methods for attaching the connectors or cleaning them?

Device:

iPhone 6

Status:

open

Original post by: illu vattarr ,

Title:

Touchscreen acting weird after battery replacement

Text:

I just replaced the battery of my iPhone 6. The battery is working fine and I've done this procedure multiple times.

However, the touchscreen is unresponsive.  Swiping on the homescreen or starting apps works pretty normal. The problem mostly occurs when typing something. Then it just starts typing out of itself, mostly the letter 'b'.

I opened it up again and reattached the frontscreen connectors. Then I thought it was solved but after some minutes it started again.

Any idea on what this could be? The screen was working perfectly fine beforehand. Any specific methods for attaching the connectors or cleaning them?

Device:

iPhone 6

Status:

open