Camera Doesn't Work After Open the Phone
These days I was dealing with the famous "White Screen of Death" with my iPhone: when the iPhone gets to sleep state and I press the "Home" or the "Sleep" button to wake it up, the screen turns to complete white, but I was able to unlock the gadget, use the apps, play music (I can hear the sounds) and even connect with iTunes, but I couldn't see nothing. I was able to fix it cleaning the digitalizer and LCD contacts, besides let the phone charge by complete without touchin' it.
When I thought everything was fine, well, I realize that the shutter of the rear camera is not opening anymore. I disassembled it a few more times, checked the screws positionings, but everything seens to be in the right place. A restore didn't took effect too. One thing I noticed is that, in one of the disassembles to check the white screen, I forgot to disconnect the battery (I realized it when the camera's flash blinked at the reassemble process). The question is: did I screw up the camera forgetting the battery connected? I tried other apps, and any of them is able to open the shutter or take photos. Just to clarify, the issue didn't start at the first time I opened the iPhone. I disassembled it a bunch of times before without any problem.
Does somebody here got any suggestion, any different step that I could take to try takin' back the camera? Does someone knows wich one really is the screw that gives the contact to the camera? Just to finish: apps that uses the flashlight of the camera are not working properly too: the flash just turns on sometimes, and just for a few seconds.
Thank you so much for any help!
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