Purple hue generally points towards a signal problem. Check the video connector for loose/damaged connection between the LCD and main logic board. Be sure to check both ends. Hopefully a simple reconnect will fix this.
Hi Jerry Good news is it can be replaced using this iPhone X Power Button and Flash Cable. There isn’t a guide outlined here showing the exact steps but the general idea seems to be that it can be replaced after the logic board has been removed from the frame/housing. Check out this video for reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKnmQmYA...
Sounds like some pins might’ve been bent when the seed was removed from your charging port. If some data pins are touching each other, this can cause the issues you have described. Unfortunately the charging port replacement process for this phone is nearly impossible without factoring in a screen replacement as well. I recommend using wireless charging for this device to prevent further damage to the charging port.
The problems you are describing are somewhat generic and could be interpreted as normal functions on the iPhone. We need more details about what specifically the phone is doing that it shouldn’t. Looking at them as a problem, they shouldn’t be related to the charging port replacement itself. The malfunction may have been caused by improper installation on the other parts when reassembling the device. Recheck your work following this guide to see if anything doesn’t look right.
Seems like the PC is failing to POST successfully. From the issues you’re having specifically I’m thinking it’s a CPU problem: (1) Check to make sure all power connections are made correctly and securely including the CPU power connector. (2) Check to make sure the CPU is installed corrected and securely into the slot and that the motherboard wasn’t damaged during the installation of the CPU cooler. It’s worth cross checking your parts to make sure they are all compatible with each other. If you are able to list them here we can help check that as well.
Did you buy the watch new or used? I know from experience that if the display has been replaced previously with one that does not have the right antenna attached (GPS only or GPS+LTE), it can cause issues when trying to pair with a new device. You may need to return this watch and/or exchange it for another one to finish the set-up process.
Hi @junaadehb Start with a screen replacement. The distortion you see on the screen is LCD related and will be fixed from a screen replacement. Some types of LCD damage can also pull additional power, preventing the device from charging normally. If you continue to have charging issues after the screen is replaced, try a replacement battery. With the age of this device, it is common to see battery failure as well.
Hi @cammyt You should run a test on your Hard Drive to see if it was damaged during the drop. Start by shutting down the PC and then follow these steps: (1) Press the power button to turn on the computer and hold down the ESC button (2) When the menu comes up, select the option for “System Diagnostics” (3) Run the HDD or Hard Drive “Quick Test” and look for a “FAIL” or “PASS” If it has failed, the HDD will need to be replaced. Taking it to a computer shop will be the best chance of recovering any data off of the faulty drive.
Hi @lathyntimur Lets just say it wouldn’t be a good idea… Isopropyl alcohol dissolves adhesive meaning that any kind of protective tapes inside the device would be ruined. This is especially a problem for the battery as it is encased in adhesive tape to protect it. If you want to repair the computer the right way, here is a guide to replacing the top assembly and a fairly priced replacement part.