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a possible cause might be the lack of a little plastic piece that holds the proximity sensor on to the screen, ensuring it measures the distance from what's beyond the glass rather then the glass istself. here i post some pics of the piece. check if you left it on the old frame!
 
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Edit by: iwontlogin twice ,

Text:

a possible cause might be the lack of a little plastic piece that holds the proximity sensor on to the screen, ensuring it measures the distance from what's beyond the glass rather then the glass istself. here i post some pics of the piece. check if you left it on the old frame!
 
[image|1540985][image|1540981][image|1540979image|1540985]

[image|1540981]

[image|1540979]

[image|1540987]

[image|1540986
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[image|1540985][image|1540981][image|1540979image|1540985]

[image|1540981]

[image|1540979]

[image|1540987]

[image|1540986
]

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open

Edit by: iwontlogin twice ,

Text:

a possible cause might be the lack of a little plastic piece that holds the proximity sensor on to the screen, ensuring it measures the distance from what's beyond the glass rather then the glass istself. here i post some pics of the piece. check if you left it on the old frame!
 
[image|1540985][image|1540981][image|1540979]

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open

Original post by: iwontlogin twice ,

Text:

a possible cause might be the lack of a little plastic piece that holds the proximity sensor on to the screen, ensuring it measures the distance from what's beyond the glass rather then the glass istself. here i post some pics of the piece. check if you left it on the old frame!

Status:

open