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== '''iPhone 6''' or '''iPhone 6 plus''' with '''Error 53''' ==
 
Error 53 occurs when the apple validation script can't verify your hardware, in this case, the Touch ID module.
 
The touch ID module may be aftermarket (Not "Genuine") but if you did not encounter a problem when first replacing the screen assembly or Touch ID module, then your aftermarket Touch ID is most likely NOT the issue. (If the solution below does not work, see the footer)
 
Your Touch ID has 2 very small screws which fasten it to the iPhone frame. One or Both of those screws are loose, and that creates a huge problem. ''We need to operate.''
 
'''When opening anything, get your tools ready, and find something to keep your screws and pieces safe and organised. A cup will do fine, but a magnetic screw dish,dish or some masking tape folded over will be better.'''
'''When opening anything, get your tools ready, and find something to keep your screws and pieces safe and organised. A cup will do fine, but a magnetic screw dish,dish or some masking tape folded over will be better.'''
 
Get a pentalobe screwdriver unscrew and remove the two screws at the bottom next to the charging port, open up your iPhone using a soft prying tool such as a spudger or guitar pick, first prying at the bottom then works up both sides towards the ear speaker end.
 
Flip your phone over so the glass screen is on the table and lift the back cover up. above the home button, you will see the piece held by two screws. You will need a small Phillips head to tighten them. Thread locker is also good to use, but not necessary.
 
Close the iPhone back up by inserting the screen assembly into the frame at the top, and then closing (like a notepad). You should feel 2 sets of "clicks" as the screen assembly clicks into the frame. Insert the 2 Pentalobe screws back into the iPhone frame, then screw them in firmly, but do not overtighten.
 
== Footer: The above solution did not work. ==
 
This next step is a little more frustratingfrustrating, but I guarenteeguarantee if the above solution didntdidn't fix your error, this next solution will.
This next step is a little more frustratingfrustrating, but I guarenteeguarantee if the above solution didntdidn't fix your error, this next solution will.
 
Get a friends phone and swap their screen assembly into yours. You will need to open both phones as described above, then remove the 5 screws on the metal plate (It has the ribbons cables of the screen assembly running underneath).
 
Remove the metal plate gently, and use a playing card, or small screwdriver to gently pry up the connector. There will be four connectors, one for each cable running off the screen assembly. Swap your friends screen assembly on to youronto your iPhone and plug it inin, to update/restore. If you don't have a friend with the same phone, or they replaced their screen or assembly with an aftermarket assembly, their touch ID will also likely trigger the error. You might want to consider purchasing a replacement Genuine Touch ID module and swapping it over (iFixit has what you need, and the links are below the footer in footer #2).
Remove the metal plate gently, and use a playing card, or small screwdriver to gently pry up the connector. There will be four connectors, one for each cable running off the screen assembly. Swap your friends screen assembly on to youronto your iPhone and plug it inin, to update/restore. If you don't have a friend with the same phone, or they replaced their screen or assembly with an aftermarket assembly, their touch ID will also likely trigger the error. You might want to consider purchasing a replacement Genuine Touch ID module and swapping it over (iFixit has what you need, and the links are below the footer in footer #2).
 
'''WARNING: The software update or restore takes a while, so if you are near a lot of static or electromagnetic energy, or itsit is a dry hot day, you wontwon't want to risk leaving the remainder of your friends iPhone aside and open/unsheilded. If you are next to a device or in an environment like a radio broadcasting station or plastics and fabrics shop, the sheilding plate of both phones should immediately be refitted, with at least 1 screw to ground it. Its also a good idea to ground yourself, especially on hot days.'''
'''WARNING: The software update or restore takes a while, so if you are near a lot of static or electromagnetic energy, or itsit is a dry hot day, you wontwon't want to risk leaving the remainder of your friends iPhone aside and open/unsheilded. If you are next to a device or in an environment like a radio broadcasting station or plastics and fabrics shop, the sheilding plate of both phones should immediately be refitted, with at least 1 screw to ground it. Its also a good idea to ground yourself, especially on hot days.'''
 
When you have finished, just check the screws which fasten the touch IDs on both screen assemblies (they come loose often), then swap the assemblies back. Make sure you replace both sheilds,sheilds and 5 screws for each sheildshield plate. The longer screw goes in the hole closest to the power button. If the screws and plates got mixed up, the plates are iddenticalidentical, and each iPhone gets 4 short screws and 1 longer screw.
When you have finished, just check the screws which fasten the touch IDs on both screen assemblies (they come loose often), then swap the assemblies back. Make sure you replace both sheilds,sheilds and 5 screws for each sheildshield plate. The longer screw goes in the hole closest to the power button. If the screws and plates got mixed up, the plates are iddenticalidentical, and each iPhone gets 4 short screws and 1 longer screw.
 
Matthew Kessanis== Footer #2: I don't have a friend with the same iPhone. ==
[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_rkB6-m0OM|Touch ID Replacement]
Matthew Kessanis== Footer #2: I don't have a friend with the same iPhone. ==
[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_rkB6-m0OM|Touch ID Replacement]
 
== I swapped the Touch ID with a Genuine Apple Touch ID, but I still get Error 53. ==
Assuming you did buy it from the apple store and you didn't just get ripped off by an eBay seller, or some little repair shop in the nearby shopping centre, you will need to take more drastic action.
[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=goYQRRqMB3c|More complicated solutions if everything else fails.]
 
Matthew Kessanis
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== '''iPhone 6''' or '''iPhone 6 plus''' with '''Error 53''' ==
 
Error 53 occurs when the apple validation script can't verify your hardware, in this case, the Touch ID module.
 
The touch ID module may be aftermarket (Not "Genuine") but if you did not encounter a problem when first replacing the screen assembly or Touch ID module, then your aftermarket Touch ID is most likely NOT the issue. (If the solution below does not work, see the footer)
 
Your Touch ID has 2 very small screws which fasten it to the iPhone frame. One or Both of those screws are loose, and that creates a huge problem. ''We need to operate.''
 
'''When opening anything, get your tools ready, and find something to keep your screws and pieces safe and organised. A cup will do fine, but a magnetic screw dish, or some masking tape folded over will be better.'''
 
Get a pentalobe screwdriver unscrew and remove the two screws at the bottom next to the charging port, open up your iPhone using a soft prying tool such as a spudger or guitar pick, first prying at the bottom then works up both sides towards the ear speaker end.
 
Flip your phone over so the glass screen is on the table and lift the back cover up. above the home button, you will see the piece held by two screws. You will need a small Phillips head to tighten them. Thread locker is also good to use, but not necessary.
 
Close the iPhone back up by inserting the screen assembly into the frame at the top, and then closing (like a notepad). You should feel 2 sets of "clicks" as the screen assembly clicks into the frame. Insert the 2 Pentalobe screws back into the iPhone frame, then screw them in firmly, but do not overtighten.
 
== Footer: The above solution did not work. ==
 
This next step is a little more frustrating but I guarentee if the above solution didnt fix your error, this next solution will.
 
Get a friends phone and swap their screen assembly into yours. You will need to open both phones as described above, then remove the 5 screws on the metal plate (It has the ribbons cables of the screen assembly running underneath).
 
Remove the metal plate gently, and use a playing card, or small screwdriver to gently pry up the connector. There will be four connectors, one for each cable running off the screen assembly. Swap your friends screen assembly on to your iPhone and plug it in to update/restore.
 
WARNING'''WARNING: The software update or restore takes a while, so if you are near a lot of static or electromagnetic energy, or its a dry hot day, you wont want to risk leaving the remainder of your friends iPhone aside and open/unsheilded. If you are next to a device or in an environment like a radio broadcasting station or plastics and fabrics shop, the sheilding plate of both phones should immediately be refitted, with at least 1 screw to ground it. Its also a good idea to ground yourself, especially on hot days.days.'''
WARNING'''WARNING: The software update or restore takes a while, so if you are near a lot of static or electromagnetic energy, or its a dry hot day, you wont want to risk leaving the remainder of your friends iPhone aside and open/unsheilded. If you are next to a device or in an environment like a radio broadcasting station or plastics and fabrics shop, the sheilding plate of both phones should immediately be refitted, with at least 1 screw to ground it. Its also a good idea to ground yourself, especially on hot days.days.'''
 
When you have finished, just check the screws which fasten the touch IDs on both screen assemblies (they come loose often), then swap the assemblies back. Make sure you replace both sheilds, and 5 screws for each sheild plate. The longer screw goes in the hole closest to the power button. If the screws and plates got mixed up, the plates are iddentical, and each iPhone gets 4 short screws and 1 longer screw.
 
Matthew Kessanis
 
mattkessanis@hotmail.com

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== '''iPhone 6''' or '''iPhone 6 plus''' with '''Error 53''' ==

Error 53 occurs when the apple validation script can't verify your hardware, in this case, the Touch ID module.

The touch ID module may be aftermarket (Not "Genuine") but if you did not encounter a problem when first replacing the screen assembly or Touch ID module, then your aftermarket Touch ID is most likely NOT the issue. (If the solution below does not work, see the footer)

Your Touch ID has 2 very small screws which fasten it to the iPhone frame. One or Both of those screws are loose, and that creates a huge problem. ''We need to operate.''

'''When opening anything, get your tools ready, and find something to keep your screws and pieces safe and organised. A cup will do fine, but a magnetic screw dish, or some masking tape folded over will be better.'''

Get a pentalobe screwdriver unscrew and remove the two screws at the bottom next to the charging port, open up your iPhone using a soft prying tool such as a spudger or guitar pick, first prying at the bottom then works up both sides towards the ear speaker end.

Flip your phone over so the glass screen is on the table and lift the back cover up. above the home button, you will see the piece held by two screws. You will need a small Phillips head to  tighten them. Thread locker is also good to use, but not necessary.

Close the iPhone back up by inserting the screen assembly into the frame at the top, and then closing (like a notepad). You should feel 2 sets of "clicks" as the screen assembly clicks into the frame. Insert the 2 Pentalobe screws back into the iPhone frame, then screw them in firmly, but do not overtighten.

== Footer: The above solution did not work. ==

This next step is a little more frustrating but I guarentee if the above solution didnt fix your error, this next solution will.

Get a friends phone and swap their screen assembly into yours. You will need to open both phones as described above, then remove the 5 screws on the metal plate (It has the ribbons cables of the screen assembly running underneath).

Remove the metal plate gently, and use a playing card, or small screwdriver to gently pry up the connector. There will be four connectors, one for each cable running off the screen assembly. Swap your friends screen assembly on to your iPhone and plug it in to update/restore.

WARNING: The software update or restore takes a while, so if you are near a lot of static or electromagnetic energy, or its a dry hot day, you wont want to risk leaving  the remainder of your friends iPhone aside and open/unsheilded. If you are next to a device or in an environment like a radio broadcasting station or plastics and fabrics shop, the sheilding plate of both phones should immediately be refitted, with at least 1 screw to ground it. Its also a good idea to ground yourself, especially on hot days.

When you have finished, just check the screws which fasten the touch IDs on both screen assemblies (they come loose often), then swap the assemblies back. Make sure you replace both sheilds, and 5 screws for each sheild plate. The longer screw goes in the hole closest to the power button. If the screws and plates got mixed up, the plates are iddentical, and each iPhone gets 4 short screws and 1 longer screw.

Matthew Kessanis

mattkessanis@hotmail.com

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