No wifi- is there a piece missing from my logic board?
I have an iphone 4 that I'm trying to fix.
It appears to have been worked on before, amd wifi is greyed out.
On inspecting the wifi antenna, I encountered a weird problem- there is no place for one of the screws to screw into!
It's the screw marked in yellow in this photo:
When I removed the plate, I found a hole in the logic board, and a forked piece on the shielding above.
It looks to me like there should be a threaded standoff in between, but there's nothing there.
I've tried to find a photo of this area of the board, but none are clear enough for me to see what this area is supposed to look like.
I've never worked on an iphone 4 before, and I don't have access to another one to examine.
So, my question is threefold:
Is there a threaded standoff or something missing from my logic board?
If so, can I buy or make a replacement, and what is it called?
Is this a likely culprit for greyed out wifi?
Is this a good question?