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現在のバージョン作成者: Brian Wood ,

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Touch not working after repair (PSA)

テキスト:

I use very high quality aftermarket parts from a supplier who backs them with a lifetime warranty.  The 3d functions almost identical and the color and brightness are almost spot on to OEM.  The main reason I use these is because most customers care about cost and nothing more.  Atleast, that is my experience ( I fix around 40 phones a month for extra income).   Overall, I have very little issues with their screens.  I said all that to say this/ask a question.

Today, I attempted to repair an iPhone 8 plus.  I have fixed two recently with no problems.  After testing the screen before snapping it in, all was well.  After installing it all the way the touch functioned fine, but after I locked and unlocked the phone, the touch died.  I tried reseating cables, pulling the screen out to sit on cardboard incase of grounding out etc.  Nothing worked.  I tried another 8 plus screen from a different supplier.  This time the touch never worked.  I started to panic, because I believed I had blown a fuse or cap that controls the touch.  I tested the broken original screen and it worked fine.  I tried two more screens with similar results to the first attempt.  It worked fine, but after locking and unlocking the phone the touch wouldn't work.

I gave up, since I was out of screens and gave the phone back broken, but working.

Now here's what worries me.  I noticed the phone was updated to iOS 11.3 yesterday.  I just successfully repaired an iPhone 8 plus yesterday from the same batch of screens.  I confirmed with the customer that she had not updated to iOS 11.3.  What are the chances that I had 4 bad screens exhibit the same behavior from two suppliers?  Im hoping this isn't a glitch in iOS 11.3 and if it is, will it affect screens across all models?  Yes, I know it's best to choose original repair parts or at least original refurbished parts, but customers don't want to pay 50 to 60 bucks more on average for a repair even after I explain the differences.

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iPhone 8 Plus

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open

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オリジナル投稿者: Brian Wood ,

タイトル:

Touch not working after repair (PSA)

テキスト:

I use very high quality aftermarket parts from a supplier who backs them with a lifetime warranty.  The 3d functions almost identical and the color and brightness are almost spot on to OEM.  The main reason I use these is because most customers care about cost and nothing more.  Atleast, that is my experience ( I fix around 40 phones a month for extra income).   Overall, I have very little issues with their screens.  I said all that to say this/ask a question.

Today, I attempted to repair an iPhone 8 plus.  I have fixed two recently with no problems.  After testing the screen before snapping it in, all was well.  After installing it all the way the touch functioned fine, but after I locked and unlocked the phone, the touch died.  I tried reseating cables, pulling the screen out to sit on cardboard incase of grounding out etc.  Nothing worked.  I tried another 8 plus screen from a different supplier.  This time the touch never worked.  I started to panic, because I believed I had blown a fuse or cap that controls the touch.  I tested the broken original screen and it worked fine.  I tried two more screens with similar results to the first attempt.  It worked fine, but after locking and unlocking the phone the touch wouldn't work.

I gave up, since I was out of screens and gave the phone back broken, but working.

Now here's what worries me.  I noticed the phone was updated to iOS 11.3 yesterday.  I just successfully repaired an iPhone 8 plus yesterday from the same batch of screens.  I confirmed with the customer that she had not updated to iOS 11.3.  What are the chances that I had 4 bad screens exhibit the same behavior from two suppliers?  Im hoping this isn't a glitch in iOS 11.3 and if it is, will it affect screens across all models?  Yes, I know it's best to choose original repair parts or at least original refurbished parts, but customers don't want to pay 50 to 60 bucks more on average for a repair even after I explain the differences.

デバイス:

iPhone 8 Plus

ステータス:

open