Touch ID Not working after replacing screen
I have recently switched out a screen on my iPhone 6. All is working fine except touch id. I'm not sure which cable I need to reseat to get it working.
DEAR ALL I HOPE THIS IS THE ANSWER TO ALL YOUR ERROR 53 WOES.
I SUFFERED THIS HORRENDOUS ERROR AFTER CHANGING MY SCREEN ON MY IPHONE 6, I DID RETAIN THE ORIGINAL HOME BUTTON HOWEVER.
MY ANSWER AND SOLUTION CAME WHEN I PURCHASED A GENUINE APPLE TOUCH ID FLEX CABLE AND INSTALLED THIS.
LINK TO THE INSTALLATION IS BELOW, AND LINK TO THE REPLACEMENT FLEX CABLE IS BELOW ALSO.
PLEASE ENSURE THAT THE BATTERY IS DETACHED BEFORE REMOVING ANY CABLES. ONCE YOU HAVE RE ATTACHED THE CABLES THEN RE ATTACH THE BATTERY.
REPLACEMENT CABLE - https://www.replacebase.co.uk/apple-ipho...
INSTRUCTIONS - http://vkrepair.com/error-codes/iphone-6...
I HOPE THIS HELPS
Did you forget to swap the Touch ID sensors? The sensor is paired with the logic board, they are not replaceable.
It is absolutely true that Apple will replace the iPhone 6 screen for $109--and that this includes a new home button/touch id sensor and the reprogramming of the phone for the new touch ID.
This is your only option to regain touch function if you have damaged your original touch ID flex.
Read more about this coverage here, and no it doesn't require Applecare +
Did you try soft reset? Hold power button and home button for 5 seconds
I forgot metal plate. After put it, it works :) thanks a lot
OK so to answer your question directly, the touch ID not working correctly after LCD replacement. The problem is not in the tough sensor, the problem is in the LCD you replaced it with NOT being an OEM replacement. There are OEM parts out there. OEM stands for parts made to the ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER specifications. If the part is not OEM then it may not work with the newest versions of iOS. What you will need is an OEM LCD replacement. If you did purchase an OEM replacement then you may have just gotten a bad LCD. I also want to stress that purchasing an OEM screen does not mean purchasing it from Apple. There are plenty of suppliers selling legitimate parts.
Make sure to do a normal reset by holding the power button and home button at the same time. Hope this helps.
It appears that the iPhone 6 replacement screen assembly purchased from ifixit is not complete!
Note I speak solely of the (Glass,LCD, Digitizer option only) and can verify that it seems to be missing a conductive plate below the home button flex cable.
Below you will see the original screen on the right indicating the conductive plate B.
Follow ifixit home button replacement guidelines and be sure to take this plate B over to the new screen assembly.
Be sure to utilize heat when removing adhesive from ribbon cables.
I transferred my original home button to the new screen and got this working as outlines above.
Be sure to utilize the plastic nodules at C. to align the home button connector upon reassembly.
Let me know if anyone needs further clarification.
I've changed the flex and it still isn't working. Any ideas?
maybe the home button cable was brokened
So, I'm having this problem and haven't been able to resolve it:
- replaced iPhone 6 LCD Screen & Digitizer (iFixit parts); Touch ID failed after reassembly
- cleaned and checked all connections, rebooted phone, erased and restored phone via iOS and then iTunes erase and restore...no luck
- replaced iPhone 6 LCD Shield Plate w Home Cable...no improvement
- ran iOS 10.2.1 update...no improvement
And, yes, I'm using the original home button and ensured the metal conductive plate transferred with the extension cable.
So, I'm out about $85 now and have no Touch ID. The $129 to pay Apple seems like a bargain now.
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