Original post by: biswajitsharma ,
Hello, I'm Biswajit, from India! I've an iPhone 6 plus on which I faced a screen flickering issue on the top part which I solved by putting a piece of black tape under the display connector cover & it acted as a permanent solution to me for abput more than 1 year. After 1.5 year my iPhone 6 PLUS's battery wear level reached 40%, I decided to replace the battery myself & I ordered one from eBay.in! After receiving the battery I started to replace by myself. Removing the old battery from phones lower body is really disgusting, it took me around 1 hour to remove! Then, I unpacked the new one & placed in that placed & glued! Finally connected the battery connector to the circuit board & assembled the phone. When I turned on the battery level was at 2%, then I charged the phone for more than 2 hrs in switched off mode as per instruction manual by the seller on eBay. But, when I turned on the phone the battery level was at 2%, me like, WTF!!! Thinking, the eBay seller cheated me with a faulty battery, I retested my phone & it didn't worked at all!! Then, I googled & come with no results!! After that, I opened the phone & disconnected battery connector from the board, cheched whether there's any dust or plastic film in the connector, but there was nothing! ''Then again I connected the cable to the board very carefully, it made a 'click' sound in the right side & i felt like the left side is li'l bit tilted upward & I pressed it gently & it again made a 'click' sound. I connected my USB cable to the phone & it appeared to be charging & when it turned on I saw the charge level increased to 3% after few minutes, hoorrrayyyy....:D...I successfully resolved the issue!!'' == So, guys plz do check your battery connection with the board, it should make two 'click' sound on right & left side of the pin, make sure both sides are leveled equally making a proper connection! == I'll be very happy if my information solves anyone's problem!