Answer to: Digitizer(Touch screen), Not responding after Tear down.Yes that is the same problem anthe Same solution will work. I still recommend Mylar over other options due to risk static shorting. Good luck!
Answer to: Digitizer(Touch screen), Not responding after Tear down.I just wanted to report back to all the doubters and the hopers alike: The mylar tape fix worked!! I used the method described by previous posters: get some mylar or kapton tape off the internet. I bought from amazon. I paid about $10 shipped. I could have gotten it cheaper, but I wanted it as fast as possible. Make sure you get the one that specifies that it is an insulator because otherwise you may end up shorting together some of the pins on the ribbon cable. This take will act as a spacer, pushing the contacts on the cable against the pins on the logic board. All I did was attach a tiny piece of tape on the back side (side with no contacts) of the cable. I covered the entire back including the little dotted white line. That line has to be almost completely invisible (obscured by the connector on the logic board) when the cable is fully inserted. TEST IT BEFORE YOU CLOSE IT BACK UP! If it's not working, you either didn't put on enough tape (you can see on mine it took two tries), or you need to push the ca...
Answer to: Where can I find the clips that secure the digitizer?I almost gave up till I thought of the retaining clips as the problem. I just finished replacing a shattered front class and cracked digitizer, and was extremely frustrated that though the lcd still worked fine, no touch functions seemed to work. I happened to try sliding to turn of the device and that part of the screen works! that's when I remembered that one of the retaining clips had broken off during the repair. Here's what the mylar tape guy said, though it is not really clear enough for me to make sense of. I hope someone makes a video tutorial for this. Digitizer(Touch screen), Not responding after Tear down.