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현재 버전 게시자: Ron Davis ,

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I found the solution!!! I too replaced a digitizer on my iPhone 4 only to put it back together and find "no service". From the silver connector, trace the circuit towards what looks like a copper connector of the same type. In between the two male connectors I am mentioningconnectors, is a very very small resistor. It is either blue or purple in color, orcolor (or is probably missing already. If not, bumpalready). Bump it with a screwdriver and see if it moves. I spent 10 hours finding this out. I tapped itthe resistor, and it fell off. I joined the connection points together with a low temp solidersolder and got full 3G service!
I found the solution!!! I too replaced a digitizer on my iPhone 4 only to put it back together and find "no service". From the silver connector, trace the circuit towards what looks like a copper connector of the same type. In between the two male connectors I am mentioningconnectors, is a very very small resistor. It is either blue or purple in color, orcolor (or is probably missing already. If not, bumpalready). Bump it with a screwdriver and see if it moves. I spent 10 hours finding this out. I tapped itthe resistor, and it fell off. I joined the connection points together with a low temp solidersolder and got full 3G service!

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원문 게시자: dirtroadbuilder ,

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I found the solution!!! I too replaced a digitizer on my iPhone 4 only to put it back together and find "no service". From the silver connector, trace the circuit towards what looks like a copper connector of the same type. In between the two male connectors I am mentioning is a very very small resistor. It is either blue or purple in color, or is probably missing already. If not, bump it with a screwdriver and see if it moves. I spent 10 hours finding this out. I tapped it and it fell off. I joined the connection points together with a low temp solider and got full 3G service!

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