I refurbish Smartphones, mainly iPhones full time at ITRenew in Newark, CA.
In my spare time I operate a mobile Smartphone Repair servicing the Bay Area to San Luis Obispo.
Instagram : @HardBreakEZfix
I also trade Crypto-Currencies.
I am a huge supporter of Bitcoin, Particl, Blocknet.
Apple Watch Series 1 stuck on Apple Logo after Screen Replacement?I did a screen replacement in the AW Series 1 and it got stuck on the Apple Logo. It will stay on the Apple Logo for about...
iPhone 6 & 6S Flickering after Battery Replacement *SOLVED*I have been mainly refurbishing iPhone 6 & 6s batteries over the course of the last 2 days & have came across some...
iPhone 7 Plus - Front Camera + Proximity Sensor causing malfunctioningI did a iphone 7 plus screen replacement today & for some reason the phone starts to malfunction everytime I have the...
Respuesta a "Apple Watch Series 1 stuck on Apple Logo after Screen Replacement?"I already found the fix. So I hard reset the Apple Watch. I held down the scroll wheel & the power button for ~15 seconds. It stayed on the Apple Logo for 30 seconds - 1 minute like I stated above. ONCE the Apple logo disappeared, I clicked the Power Button and the Apple Logo came on and I immediatly held down the scroll wheel ONLY for about 10 seconds. It then booted normally. I tried this method after I took off the replacement screen and put the broken original screen back on. The original broken screen gave me the same exact issues as the replacement. Thats the exact steps I used on getting my Apple Watch Series 1 to stop freezing on the Apple Logo.
Respuesta a "OEM Front Face Camera Proximity Light Sensor Flex Cable and Display"That is false. I have replaced dozens upon dozens of aftermarket proximity+front camera+ambient light sensors back into OEM Apple screens and they work perfectly fine. May I ask what model iphone you are repairing?
Respuesta a "iPhone 7 Plus - Front Camera + Proximity Sensor causing malfunctioning"I found the fix! So I figured out that I was NOT connecting the proximity/front camera ribbon cable fully. It was 75% connected. I kept disconnecting then reconnecting the ribbon cable..Then finally I gave it one final press & I felt the ribbon cable click into place. Fixed! I was mostly confused on how the phone was reacting with the proximity/front camera cable partially connected. When it was partially connected - the phone would malfunction. It did not recognize the home button which automatically put on assisstive touch. Then the screen would have tremendous lag when switching through panels. All in all, make sure that proximity/front camera ribbon CLICKS into place! It may look as if the cable is flat, connected but the right side was not fully connected. I did not even need to use the new replacement proximity/front camera.