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Versión actual por: Ron Davis ,

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This is NOT a software issue! The aftermarket screens allow too much light into the proximity sensor.
== The Fix: ==
Black electrical tape. Cut two small holes with an Exacto knife (about the size of a ballpoint pen) exactly large enough to fit over the two sensors. Cut out the holes so that you have a small rectangle with two holes. Place the rectangle over the proximity sensors and the holes should line up.
-Thats it! Reconnect the "Faulty" screen and... VOILA!
+That's it! Reconnect the "faulty" screen and...VOILA!

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Editado por: Ron Davis ,

Texto:

This is NOT a software issue! The aftermarket screens allow too much light into the proximity sensor.
-**THE FIX**
+== The Fix: ==
Black electrical tape. Cut two small holes with an Exacto knife (about the size of a ballpoint pen) exactly large enough to fit over the two sensors. Cut out the holes so that you have a small rectangle with two holes. Place the rectangle over the proximity sensors and the holes should line up.
Thats it! Reconnect the "Faulty" screen and... VOILA!

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Ron Davis ,

Texto:

This is NOT a software issue! The aftermarket screens allow too much light into the proximity sensor.
**THE FIX**
-Black electrical tape, cut two small holes with an exacto knife (about the size of a ballpoint pen) exactly large enough to fit over the two sensors. Cut out the holes so you now have a small rectangle with two holes.
+Black electrical tape. Cut two small holes with an Exacto knife (about the size of a ballpoint pen) exactly large enough to fit over the two sensors. Cut out the holes so that you have a small rectangle with two holes. Place the rectangle over the proximity sensors and the holes should line up.
-Place the rectangle over the proximity sensors and the holes should line up.
-
-Thats it!
-
-Reconnect the "Faulty" screen and... VOILA!
+Thats it! Reconnect the "Faulty" screen and... VOILA!

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: Simon ,

Texto:

This is NOT a software issue! The aftermarket screens allow too much light into the proximity sensor.

**THE FIX**

Black electrical tape, cut two small holes with an exacto knife (about the size of a ballpoint pen) exactly large enough to fit over the two sensors. Cut out the holes so you now have a small rectangle with two holes.

Place the rectangle over the proximity sensors and the holes should line up.

Thats it!

Reconnect the "Faulty" screen and... VOILA!

Estatus:

open