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|05-12-2013, 05:18||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 2013
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iphone 4s display
I got recently an iPhone 4s with some issues and I couldn't get them solved. I got it with a cracked screen and when I disassembled the phone I noticed the heavy corrosion at the connector.
I thought if it worked with the old screen it is going to work with the new one too, so I just replaced the screen and tada! It didn't work.
So the first thing I did was cleaning the connector with 70% alcohol and leaving it to dry out for around 5-10 hours. Anyways after that I got the backlight to turn on and nothing more.
Well I read some post about soaking the mainboard in the alcohol,so I did it and left it in rice to dry out for about a week but I still just get the backlight to turn on and nothing more. I mean the display is black but I can see the display lighten up from the back.
What are your suggestions?