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Sustitución de la carcasa trasera de un iPhone 11

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Arty

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I really wish you had shown the size and kind of each screw and standoff.

I’m pretty sure I must have mixed them up a bit and now the screen doesn’t work.

A pic by pic instead of a video would have been awesome.

Kim Mace - Contestar

When you replace parts you always need to organize your screws the exact way you remove them… Mixing up screws will damage the motherboard. This goes for any repair.

Mason Miller -

So I've had an issue with a few iPhone 11 re-body jobs I've done. Out of about 30 that I've performed, two of them end up with an issue where the phone reboots randomly ever 2-5 minutes. (I've had to replace the phones outright for the customer.) It's not common but it is VERY frustrating.

Any idea what could be causing this?

TehachaScreens - Contestar

I myself have had this problem with a couple of iPhone XS Max’s. I’ve done many but those two had the exact same issue and I would love to know why. I hope someone answers this question. Good luck

Neil Borne -

Go to settings>Privacy & Security>Analytics & Improvements. Analytics Data: Look for Panic file. Search through this, my guess is it will show Missing sensor(s): mic2. You can Google this as well and it will tell you the potential faults.

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