Bad cellular signal after battery replacement
I have the feeling that I've read almost every thread on this issue so far, but haven't found a satisfactory solution for it yet. Some alternative hints would be highly appreciated.
Two weeks ago I replaced my battery since it lost almost 30 Prozent capacity over the last two years. Although I've proceeded carefully while replacing my battery I somehow managed to damage my Touch ID and my cellular connection (WiFi and Bluetooth seem to work anyway). In fact, I do get a signal, but a very weak one and I have the feeling that my battery is draining much faster. Touch ID is not very essential for me, but without cellular signal - by definition - a phone is not really worth a penny.
Here is what I've already done:
- Restore / fresh install / switch to public beta / hard and soft reset
- Check on all connections
- Replace the top-left antenna (Although some threads suggest that the down-right antenna is more prominent in establishing a cellular signal)
- The "Dropping Method"
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