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Or you are very unlucky, or you might have a damaged socked on the motherboard… It is still fixable, but you have to do some microsoldering (or bring it to someeone who does it)
I think you may have got a defective replacement screen… Try to get it changed with a new one contacting the seller
Did you calibrate your battery after replacement?
is the LCD the only thing not working? I mean, does the phone makes sounds and/or vibrates?
try check again all the connections
Yes, you can, but it is easier and safer to remove the screen.
You are holding the blade SSD back with the HDD too. So ,getting it upgraded to an SSD makes sense to get much more fast space for much cheaper, and you can get another prestation boost by disabling the fusion drive and use the 2 SSD as stand alone drives.
How badly did it broke?
Did you get my point in the comment above? I agree with you that a single NVMe drive is faster, but it is very expensive too. Getting a SATA SSD offers a great upgrade for much less money. And, as far as i know, the actual thing that holds back the NVMe is the fusion drive protocol, so he can always decide to use the two drives as stand alone, getting full NVMe performance for what he (and not apple) choses, while still having great performances with everything else. Would you suggest everyone to trow away their HDD just because it is holding back the blade SSD while running in fusion dive mode?
Still, it will improve the HDD prerformance. It won’t reach PCIe speeds, but it expected when buying a SATA SSD. You still have a minor performance boost too because of the PCIe drive caching the SATA SSD. Is it the best way to increase storage? No. Is it a viable opztion? Yes. Is it the best storage to performance to money option? Probably yes.
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