Can lack of the pentalobe screws cause touch-sensor issues?
I recently got an iPhone 6s with "dead-screen". I made very poor decision by handing it to some Low-profile-undergound-repair-guy who said that he could just change the backlit panel since the screen itself wasn't damaged (other then some minor scratches). After 3 hours of waiting, he to not only managed to break the screen, but also he had wasted my original touch ID button while re-assembling the phone..
Well He installed new home button, refunded all my money (which I gave him to buy this "backlit panel"), and I left.
The Screen was broke, but it was working in the way of just showing the image. touch-sensor was broke and doing crazy skills, like opening apps itself and some other random clicks etc. So I ordered screen-replacement from Amazon and assembled it myself yesterday. I found out instantly that two bottom screws was missing, and later I saw that steel protectors were also gone. One that protects cable connections for battery, and other one above - which covers 3 cables on the board (shown below).
Phone works fine now, but 10 minutes ago I saw another touch-sensor glitch (opening things itself). I guess problem is with those protectors and/or with pentalobe screws (Which I have already ordered now).
So Is it dangerous to use a phone without steel protectors and with out of the 2 screws?
Should I buy protectors aswell?
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