I figured one of the connectors must have been put back wrong so I took it apart and reseated the screen connectors. I did do an iCloud backup before and restore after and that did not affect the touch id, it still worked after the hard reset. I did this on both phones because I'm retarded with the same results. This will help the iPhone camera to focus. Then I realised my speaker wasn't working either. To close Camera, double tap home screen until you see App Swticher, where you can see all the apps that are currently running on your iPhone.
Anyone know how to fix it? Open a app to make video call, such as Skype, Facetime or Viber. The phone is just buzzing every couple of seconds when connected to the charger. I gave up on it. Or before the replacement, you can try to remove the scratches by wiping the lens with toothpaste or rubbing the scratches in one direction with eraser. Does anyone know what might have broken when I popped the screen in at the top? After the fixing, your device will reboot and be back to normal. Test the new battery After you've finished assembling your iPhone 5s, it's safe to turn it on.
If the flashlight is not on, remove the iPhone case or bumper if there is any. That leaves you two options: using a third-party camera app or freeing up iPhone internal storage. As a tech that works on phones all the time, I can tell you that getting the cable seated back on correctly can be difficult. Part 2: Ultimate Solution for Repairing Disabled iPhone Flashlight If the flash on your iPhone is still disabled after trying the 4 methods above, you may need a third-party tool. If this procedure was completed without any issues then you are done calibrating your iPhone 5s. But to use the phone one button that comes into a lot of use is the Home button. I just now got back from another repair shop and phone won't work.
When it is done the device should be accessible. I've since done this 5 times taking apart, cleaning and carefully putting the connectors back on and still won't start. Unplug the phone and connect the battery. Close any third-party apps running on the background. So if you've been experiencing less than stellar battery life, we can help you replace your iPhone 5s' battery in under 30 minutes! Afterwards, iPhone A turned on and worked fine. That wasn't something I did on purpose.
At the same time, don't pull too quickly or the adhesive tab will tear, making it hard to get the rest of it out. After this you have to press and hold the Home button so that you come to the Home screen again. First I folded the ribbon the same way as the battery I removed from the iPhone. It is better to move this kind of files to your computer so that you can still have the files while the files won't eat up your space. Tap the Home button twice quickly, and swipe up to close the Camera app. He tried a different a screen and different battery. I have tried everything I can find on the internet, but nothing works totally gutted so its either sell mine for spares or take it to apple and get charged an absolute fortune for a repair.
So, I ordered a new one, and tried to follow the instructions but I had a few problems during the repair. Check if the back camera lens is scratched. Turning your iPhone off and on again can fix software glitches that cause the iPhone camera not focusing problem. Tap the Home button twice quickly, find Camera app and swipe up to close it. I'd rather not take it to the mac store but figure I might have to. Every home button is liked to the phone any only Apple can link a new home button to a phone. Restart your iPhone and text the flash.
Go ahead and set the display assembly aside. Tried swapping the screens back around and nothing. This is normal and is just the adhesive pulling up from the casing. I praise God for helping me understand what I had done wrong. Bought two replacement batteries for my wifes and my two iPhone 5's that we're using as backups. I used the iFixit guide, it wasn't too hard to do it.
So, I replaced the battery with one from iFixiT, and after replacing it the phone wouldn't charge or power on, even after putting the old battery back in. It should start coming loose from underneath the battery. After several discussions with Apple and with me searching on Google at the same time, I turned it off and the flash and flashlight worked fine. And I know it's the same thing. It will not erase any data on your iPhone, and just reset the iPhone to the default settings. Can a reaplcement battery ruin an iPhone? If you come across other camera problems, let us know by posting your comment. I tried everything in this thread including the reset all settings above.
I've ordered a different make of battery to test whether it's a duff battery or if I broke the iPhone. Disconnect the battery and plug the phone into the computer. Phone is using original display and home button. If your iPhone flashlight doesn't work, it is important that you do panic and start to reset all the settings on your iPhone. Turn off Low Power Mode.
It will erase all the iPhone contents, so remember to back up your device firstly. If the camera light doesn't turn on, take your camera in for servicing. Connect iPhone to computer and run iTunes. Your iPhone camera should be working by now. And I think that if not done perfectly you can definatly break the display cable — making the entire screen useless.