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iPhone 4s screen replacement & battery problems.

Hi everybody I hope I can explain my problem pretty well.

I have replaced the screen of my iphone 4s for multiple times now and never had a problem. This time I also replaced the battery because it was slowly giving me problems. So I bought a custom transparent screen (just like my last one) and a new battery, replaced it and it felt like brand new.

But then, I noticed that my battery percentage wasn't going lower, it was stuck on 89% and wasn't dropping for 4 hours. So I wanted to restart my phone to see if it would update, and this is where the problems started.

My phone woulnd't respond untill I connected it to a power cable, the phone booted but now had a white ish layer over the normal screen ( I can post pictures later). It would also restart every 2 min or so and woulnd't charge any further then 2%.

So i put it down for a little while.

This morning I tried turning it on and it did! no problems, no white ish layer.

So I connected it to a charger because it only had 2% and left it for 4 hours, when I came back the white ish layer was back and when I disconnected the cable it didn't respond anymore.

Update: (I posted this in July, problem still not fixed)

Tried putting back old battery in, no response.

New battery in, my phone just buzzes every 15 seconds but no other response. It does connect to my macbook and i can see that nothing is wrong with it.

The screen just isn't working and it doesn't charge past 2%..

Hope somebody knows what to do!

TL;DR: White ish layer in the screen of my phone when i charge it and non responsive if disconnected from power cable.

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Faulty screen, that's why you're getting issues with the whitish layer on the screen, battery percentage probably acting weird due to faulty battery also, the reason it was buzzing every few seconds was due to the fact that the phone couldn't detect a working screen, so I would suggest changing the screen and battery again, get replacements from wherever you bought them, or buy them from somewhere else.

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