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Hi Um,
 
You completely removed the LCD assembly before changing the battery?
 
A/ If not, you could have pulled on the cable and damaged it. The ear-speaker cable is one of the 3 cables connecting the screen assembly to the board on the top right of the phone;
 
B/ If yes, you could have reconnected it in a wrong manner. Try for example the front camera, is it working? The proximity sensor? If those 2 are fine, you could have an issue with either:
 
a/ your ear speaker itself
 
b/ or some issue on the board.
 
If I were you, I would try the following in this order:
 
1/ Connect your iPhone to iTunes, then hard-reboot it (hold home button + power button until phone restarts). If it does not work:
 
2/ Try if front camera AND proximity sensor are working (place a call, then cover the top of the screen with your hand. If the screen goes black, the proximity sensor is working fine).
 
2/a/ If cam and sensor are not working, then the connection between the screen assembly and the board is faulty. Try disconnecting then re-seating the cables of the screen assembly, then doing a hard re-boot while connected to iTunes. If issue remains for cam+sensor+ears-peaker, replace the whole sensor+camera flex cable. It is probably torn/damaged.
 
2/b/ If cam and sensor are working, try replacing the ear-speaker.
 
If issue remains, you could have an issue on the logic board itself. For example, there are components that you could have damaged while disconnecting and re-connecting the screen assembly. Or a static electricity or a metallic object (screw driverdriver, ring) causing a short on the board. Or coincidence.coincidence! Etc. Good luck, let me know if anything of the above helps.
If issue remains, you could have an issue on the logic board itself. For example, there are components that you could have damaged while disconnecting and re-connecting the screen assembly. Or a static electricity or a metallic object (screw driverdriver, ring) causing a short on the board. Or coincidence.coincidence! Etc. Good luck, let me know if anything of the above helps.

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Hi Um,
 
You completely removed the LCD assembly before changing the battery?
 
A/ If not, you could have pulled on the cable and damaged it. The earphoneear-speaker cable is one of the 3 cables connecting the screen assembly to the board on the top right of the phone;
A/ If not, you could have pulled on the cable and damaged it. The earphoneear-speaker cable is one of the 3 cables connecting the screen assembly to the board on the top right of the phone;
 
B/ If yes, you could have reconnected it in a wrong manner. Try for example the front camera, is it working? The proximity sensor? If those 2 are fine, you could have an issue with either:
 
a/ your ear speaker itself
 
b/ or some issue on the board.
 
If I were you, I would try the following in this order:
 
1/ Connect your iPhone to iTunes, then hard-reboot it (hold home button + power button until phone restarts). If it does not work:
 
2/ Try if front camera AND proximity sensor are working (place a call, then cover the top of the screen with your hand. If the screen goes black, the proximity sensor is working fine).
 
2/a/ If cam and sensor are not working, then the connection between the screen assembly and the board is faulty. Try disconnecting then re-seating the cables of the screen assembly, then doing a hard re-boot while connected to iTunes. If issue remains for cam+sensor+ears-peaker, replace the whole sensor+camera flex cable. It is probably torn/damaged.
 
2/b/ If cam and sensor are working, try replacing the ear-speaker.
 
If issue remains, you could have an issue on the logic board itself. For example, there are components that you could have damaged while disconnecting and re-connecting the screen assembly. Or a static electricity or metallic object (screw driver) causing a short on the board. Or coincidence. Etc.

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Hi Um,

You completely removed the LCD assembly before changing the battery?

A/ If not, you could have pulled on the cable and damaged it. The earphone cable is one of the 3 cables connecting the screen assembly to the board on the top right of the phone;

B/ If yes, you could have reconnected it in a wrong manner. Try for example the front camera, is it working? The proximity sensor? If those 2 are fine, you could have an issue with either:

a/ your ear speaker itself

b/ or some issue on the board.

If I were you, I would try the following in this order:

1/ Connect your iPhone to iTunes, then hard-reboot it (hold home button + power button until phone restarts). If it does not work:

2/ Try if front camera AND proximity sensor are working (place a call, then cover the top of the screen with your hand. If the screen goes black, the proximity sensor is working fine).

2/a/ If cam and sensor are not working, then the connection between the screen assembly and the board is faulty. Try disconnecting then re-seating the cables of the screen assembly, then doing a hard re-boot while connected to iTunes. If issue remains for cam+sensor+ears-peaker, replace the whole sensor+camera flex cable. It is probably torn/damaged.

2/b/ If cam and sensor are working, try replacing the ear-speaker.

If issue remains, you could have an issue on the logic board itself. For example, there are components that you could have damaged while disconnecting and re-connecting the screen assembly. Or a static electricity or metallic object (screw driver) causing a short on the board. Or coincidence. Etc.

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