Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus.

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OEM LCD Screen freeze after snap into back housing.

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i been fixing iPhone 6 since the next week it came out.

Now i have a new issue. I myself refurbished OEM LCD and i only use OEM. not after market.

So what happened is this iPhone 6 freeze whenever you snap completed assembly LCD into the phone and it always working Ok before you snap in it.

No ghost touching. just freeze.

So i thought it might be because of the back metal plate and the LCD flax cable plate cover.

I took off the plate cover and i changed LCD back metal plate as well. but it's the same. the original metal plate has broken and it doesn't work with figure touch ID.

i even change the whole back housing and transfer every single pieces from the original phone. because i though the metal plate touch board and short due to the bent.

i was thinking, it has short somewhere left side near volume button and below.

I wanted to get advice from you all.

Like i said, it's always working OK before you snap into the phone. and i am 100% sure that my LCD doesn't have a problem. because i tested with 3 different LCD. all OEM. all 100% work with the others board.

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It's fixed. But sadly cant snap the top part all the way in.

Can't put the LCD flex cable connector cover as well.

Looks pretty ugly. I temporary used wire tap to cover the gap.

I tried with whole LCD assembly from others phone and the same thing.

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Could be damage to the digitizer connector or the cable itself gets bent when pushed in all the way. Definitely a weird one.

Do you have any exposed metal contacts on the screen assembly that could be causing a short when closed?

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I will have to double check it. It's pretty weird. Looks like i am the first person with this issue :)

Today i am gonna try with the whole new LCD assembly from different phone and test it again.


I think is the best to test the lcd on different phone and then put it into the one you have trouble with and see how it goes :) Good luck definitely strange one :)


@Mimi i did with 3 differents lcd. But i will test today again and let y'all know


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