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Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus. Identifiable by the model numbers A1549, A1586, and A1589.

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Replaced screen, but I can't classify this problem.

Hi! So I fixed an iPhone 6 screen (digitizer and all) for a friend of mine because she dropped her phone and shattered her screen. She said the phone was working after the screen was shattered, but it had lost it's touch capabilities so she couldn't use it. I replaced the screen and all with an iCracked replacement kit. I put the phone back together, and when I powered it on nothing happened. It was displaying nothing. Not even a black screen. I assumed that the battery might've been dead, so I connected it to the charger and guess what? It started to make the charging "boing" noise every 5-6 seconds. I connected it to iTunes, and surprisingly it was recognized. Therefore the logic board is fine, right? I took it to another guy who does it professionally, and he said that he didn't know what the problem was. I found a youtube video of a guy with a similar problem and he managed to fix it, but the problem is he doesn't show how in the video and he lives in the UK so I can't afford to pay for all that - I'd rather just buy her a new phone if it comes down to it. Has anyone else encountered a problem like this? And if so are there any ways to fix it?

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I think, most likely, you screwed wrong screw and damaged logic board ,check logic board for any damage . Check step 10. iPhone 6 Screen Replacement

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It sounds like you might have an issue with the backlight if the phone is working but you just can't see anything on the screen.

Try shining a torch on the screen and see if you can see a faint image. It is possible you may have damaged a component associated with this as they are around where you plug in the connectors. You can also damage components that would give no image at all.

You tend to get the "boing" noise when you plug in the charger with no screen connected.

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Do you still have the original damaged screen? Did the broken screen still display an image meaning the glass was broken but the touchscreen and LCD was still working. If that's the case put the original screen back on to see if the phone will display an image on the broken screen if it does you will need another screen.

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