Screen turns white but ONLY after the iPhone goes to "sleep"?
I recently did a front panel replacement using the iFixit kit on my iPhone 3GS and while everything appeared to work fantastic at first I faced the dreaded "white screen of death" after the phone'd gone to "sleep" mode. I am very puzzled by this because the general advice seems to be to make sure the connection is good which would make sense if the iPhone ALWAYS had a white screen (not the case).
The thing is the phone boots up perfect and both the LCD and the digitizer are functioning great... As long as I don't mind having the phone NEVER auto-lock things are wonderful... the moment the phone locks there's no way to "kick" it out of the white screen mode short of rebooting it completely [POWER + HOME button for 10 sec] but then the same behavior can be observed once again (crystal clear image immediately after the reboot, white screen of death if I let the display go to sleep).
I've tried doing a complete iOS restore in hopes that it's some sort of a weird software glitch [perhaps iOS didn't appreciate the digitizer being swapped on it, I had the phone powered down during the operation but still...] and sadly that didn't help at all.
Any & all suggestions are welcome & thanks in advance to anyone who attempts to help me out!
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