Hi Victor I have exactly the same problem I am going to approach the central screw tension in the underside of the Touch I/D sensor securing plate as a first step. Costadelsol Update (12/03/2017): Hi There does not seem to be a definite answer to this problem I finished up dismantling the Home button on the clients phone and re-assembling it extremely carefully, to my amazement the home button took a harder press for activation, the over sensitivity problem had gone so I an still in a quandary why the situation occurred in the first instance. Here's to the next iPhone 7 repair. Costadelsol
Hi jared page Open the phone disconnect battery keep screws separated make sure you replace them in the correct positions. Remove the ribbon cable cover for the LCD again make sure the screws are returned to their respective positions when assembled. Remove all micro connectors and inspect with magnifier both connector and connections clean with tooth brush or similar Reconnect and replace all items test again. Hope this assists Neil
Hi harshaqdc The problem with this phone is the weakness of the mid chassis down the side that you mention, for a satisfactory repair to be carried out the phone needs to be dismantled and the chassis adjusted this is the usual cause of the screen popping at the corner you mention. All parts are available for this repair However if the distortion is only minor you may get away with using a suitable adhesive such as Zhanlida B-600 Use the adhesive sparingly and apply with a fine spatula especially near the LCD don't worry about the adhesive setting off quickly there is sufficient time to apply the adhesive. Use paper clamps plus a support strip to spread the pressure evenly down the side of the screen and leave for 24 hrs with the clamps in place. Alternatively with careful use of a heat gun apply heat to the affected area and clamp as described above. Hope this is of assistance Neil email@example.com
Hi I had the same problem the solution to the problem lies with the safety device situated under the battery connector the small spring like clip The only function of this clip I would say is to cut the power to the phone should the battery connector overheat. In the event of the battery connector getting to hot the spring clip expands and cuts the power supply to prevent damage or fire. I would not recommend placing any insulating material over this clip to isolate the function. Press lightly on the clip to allow a small gap between the clip and back cover. This solved my problem.