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I own a local repair shop, and I had a customer bring me their iPhone 5c (which had this same "ghosting" problem ), she said she took it too Apple and they said she needed to buy another phone because it had bad software. So as an alternative, she brought the "possessed" iPhone too me. I took a look at all the connections, did a hard reset, and a factory restore. I also even replaced the LCD & Digitizer. Nothing worked.
I own a local repair shop, and I had a customer bring me their iPhone 5c (which had this same "ghosting" problem ), she said she took it too Apple and they said she needed to buy another phone because it had bad software. So as an alternative, she brought the "possessed" iPhone too me. I took a look at all the connections, did a hard reset, and a factory restore. I also even replaced the LCD & Digitizer. Nothing worked.
 
"ghosting" problem ), she said she took it too Apple and they said she needed to buy another phone because it had bad software. So as an alternative, she brought the "possessed" iPhone too me. I took a look at all the connections, did a hard reset, and a factory restore. I also even replaced the LCD & Digitizer. Nothing worked.

So
So I finally I started playing around with it, and came to the conclusion that it had to do with elcro staticelectrostatic. So I took the red covers that you peel off of the back of new screens and put it in between the iphone's thermal plate and battery. This seemed to work for a good period of time, however she brought it back to me the next day saying the "ghosting" was happening again. So I concluded to this...
"ghosting" problem ), she said she took it too Apple and they said she needed to buy another phone because it had bad software. So as an alternative, she brought the "possessed" iPhone too me. I took a look at all the connections, did a hard reset, and a factory restore. I also even replaced the LCD & Digitizer. Nothing worked.

So
So I finally I started playing around with it, and came to the conclusion that it had to do with elcro staticelectrostatic. So I took the red covers that you peel off of the back of new screens and put it in between the iphone's thermal plate and battery. This seemed to work for a good period of time, however she brought it back to me the next day saying the "ghosting" was happening again. So I concluded to this...
 
'''FINAL SOLUTION'''
 
- Put the red plastic that you peel off of new screens in between the thermal plate and LCD (just like it is before you peel them off)
 
- Also, put another red plastic in between the thermal plate and battery (tape this one down so that it will stay)
 
This was my solution and my customer has yet to have a problem, please let me know if this was helpful!

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Origineel bericht door: Jonathan Strange ,

Tekst:

I own a local repair shop, and I had a customer bring me their iPhone 5c (which had this same

"ghosting" problem ), she said she took it too Apple and they said she needed to buy another phone because it had bad software. So as an alternative, she brought the "possessed" iPhone too me. I took a look at all the connections, did a hard reset, and a factory restore. I also even replaced the LCD & Digitizer. Nothing worked.

So I finally I started playing around with it, and came to the conclusion that it had to do with elcro static. So I took the red covers that you peel off of the back of new screens and put it in between the iphone's thermal plate and battery.  This seemed to work for a good period of time, however she brought it back to me the next day saying the "ghosting" was happening again.  So I concluded to this...

'''FINAL SOLUTION'''

- Put the red plastic that you peel off of new screens in between the thermal plate and LCD (just like it is before you peel them off)

- Also, put another red plastic in between the thermal plate and battery (tape this one down so that it will stay)

This was my solution and my customer has yet to have a problem, please let me know if this was helpful!

Status:

open