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Problem: Flickering around the edges of the LCD after a screen replacement.
 
Cause: The problems you guys are having happens with the iphoneiPhone 4 and higher are caused by disconnecting the battery without powering down the device (swipe to power off) or not waiting for the full power down before disconnecting the battery.
Cause: The problems you guys are having happens with the iphoneiPhone 4 and higher are caused by disconnecting the battery without powering down the device (swipe to power off) or not waiting for the full power down before disconnecting the battery.
 
Solution: The only thing you can do is minimize your flickering by running the device with the screen on for about 20 min. That should cause most if not all the flickering to disappear.
 
Sometimes you can mishandle the screen and the flickering effects are similar except you will see it in the middle of the screen also. This usually doesn't go away.
You


You
can leave the battery connected technicallytechnically while doing a screen replacement, but you run the risk of shorting board level components. You should disconnect the battery but only after swipe to power down is completed.
Sometimes you can mishandle the screen and the flickering effects are similar except you will see it in the middle of the screen also. This usually doesn't go away.
You


You
can leave the battery connected technicallytechnically while doing a screen replacement, but you run the risk of shorting board level components. You should disconnect the battery but only after swipe to power down is completed.

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Bewerkt door: yaya ,

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Problem: Flickering around the edges of the LCD after a screen replacement.
 
Cause: The problems you guys are having happens with the iphone 4 and higher are caused by disconnecting the battery without powering down the device (swipe to power off) or not waiting for the full power down before disconnecting the battery.
 
Solution: The only thing you can do is minimize your flickering by running the device with the screen on for about 20 min. That should cause most if not all the flickering to disappear.
 
Sometimes you can mishandle the screen and the flickering effects are similar except you will see it in the middle of the screen also. This usually doesn't go away.
You can leave the battery connected technically, but you run the risk of shorting board level components. You should disconnect the battery but only after swipe to power down is completed.

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: yaya ,

Tekst:

Problem: Flickering around the edges of the LCD after a screen replacement.

Cause: The problems you guys are having happens with the iphone 4 and higher are caused by disconnecting the battery without powering down the device (swipe to power off) or not waiting for the full power down before disconnecting the battery.

Solution: The only thing you can do is minimize your flickering by running the device with the screen on for about 20 min. That should cause most if not all the flickering to disappear.

Status:

open