Answer to: Screen not working after replacementyes, 90% of the time it is the flex cable connection that causes Boxes and Vertical Lines on LCD. Here is a Great example of the boxes and vertical lines i am talking about...
Answer to: Screen not working after replacementThat looks like a defective LCD and not a connection issue....
Answer to: iPhone 5s screen replacement problemPhone was probably reported lost or bill was not paid and has been Blacklisted. Will not work on any carrier in USA...Only out of USA will get cellphone service..Maybe they switched the motherboard on you with a blacklisted phone....Check the back of the phone, theres an imei# then go to settings/general/about. Make sure both imei#'s match. If not then Logic board was swapped....
Answer to: Screen not working after replacementI am having a lot of problems with the iphone 5S and 5C Screens...A lot of them after installing new screen and powering up have Vertical lines and boxes.......And a lot of times the digitizers defective.... Are the 5S and 5C digitizer connectors hard to install? Ifeel as if this may be the root of my problems... Sometimes the digitizer flex cable doesnt pop on nice on the 5S or 5C which may be causing the vertical lines and faulty digitizer... Any insight on the matter would be Extremely Helpful.... I fiix about 20 iPhones a day and have been running through screens like crazy... these Vertical lines and defective digitizers are driving me nuts....What can this be? Is it the LCD Flex cable? Is it the digitizer? Or am i just getting Bad Screens???' PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!! Update:
Answer to: Black Vertical Lines on LCD assembly after replacementI never go above 90 degrees and i still get the lines...My supplier told me it was static......but i think its related to the digitizer flex cable connector not being installed on board poperly....It has to click in place on board......and a lot of times it doesnt..... you cannot tell if its on or not sometimes......and i think this may have something to do with it.....i could be wrong........It could just be the flex cable......
Answer to: White Vertical Lines on LCDmy supplier also told me it was static. to let it sit out on desk for a few days then try it again...
Answer to: The Error is nand flash media is keepout : 688 physical nand Block..Its 100% Not the Logic Board. I have repaired over a dozen iphones and iPads with Nand Flash errors at bootup. This is a Hardware related failure. You need to strat disconnecting each flex cable individually until you figure out which flex cable is defective. On the iPhones its usually the Proximity Sensor Light Flex Cable..... http://www.etechparts.com/Proximity-Sensor-Light-Flex-Cable-Ribbon-for-iPhon-p/822-5406.htm On the iPads its usually the interconnection Board flex cable... http://www.etechparts.com/Interconnectio...-Board-for-iPad-3-p/822-8322.htm. I have repaired this Nand Flash error over a dozen times with 100% Success.. Hope this helps you guys out.... www.StevesiPhoneRepairs.com
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