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solution to phantom/ghost touches ipad air

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After trying multiple digitizers thinking they were defective, a few beers and some deep thought, I have found the solution to the problems we have been having associated with digitizer replacement on iPad Airs. I do not know if this works with other devices with ghost touching, but I have a good feeling it will. I wont waste your time with how I came to this solution, because I know you are reading this probably freaking out trying to figure out how to fix it. So read on.

What you need: kapton tape - i used this:

http://www.amazon.com/Mil-Kapton-Tape-Polyimide-Yds/dp/B006ROR6JQ/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1411596515&sr=8-2&keywords=kapton+tape

1/4" is a good thickness, you might want to try something a tiny bit thinner - 1/8 would be ideal

Tape around the digitizer "wires"? on the edge. For some reason, there are grounding issues with some digitizers. I dont know if its because they dont go through the same quality control as apple parts, and the warping of the glass may be at fault, or what. Whats even more strange is some digitzers do it, some dont. (leading me to believe they may be touching the frame where they are not supposed to). Some have suggested the cables were pinched, but i had purposely pinched the cables and it didnt cause the issues, it just made the glass pop up and not seat correctly. I have included a pic for reference. Pass it along.

[image|393104]

[image|393105]

sorry for the crap pics but you get the idea. I will tape all of my digitizers from here out.

edit - all these thank yous and no upvotes? like con said below, tough crowd

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iPad Air

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solution to phantom/ghost touches ipad air

Text:

After trying multiple digitizers thinking they were defective, a few beers and some deep thought, I have found the solution to the problems we have been having associated with digitizer replacement on iPad Airs. I do not know if this works with other devices with ghost touching, but I have a good feeling it will. I wont waste your time with how I came to this solution, because I know you are reading this probably freaking out trying to figure out how to fix it. So read on.

What you need: kapton tape - i used this:

http://www.amazon.com/Mil-Kapton-Tape-Polyimide-Yds/dp/B006ROR6JQ/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1411596515&sr=8-2&keywords=kapton+tape

1/4" is a good thickness, you might want to try something a tiny bit thinner - 1/8 would be ideal

Tape around the digitizer "wires"? on the edge. For some reason, there are grounding issues with some digitizers. I dont know if its because they dont go through the same quality control as apple parts, and the warping of the glass may be at fault, or what. Whats even more strange is some digitzers do it, some dont. (leading me to believe they may be touching the frame where they are not supposed to). Some have suggested the cables were pinched, but i had purposely pinched the cables and it didnt cause the issues, it just made the glass pop up and not seat correctly. I have included a pic for reference. Pass it along.

[image|393104]

[image|393105]

sorry for the crap pics but you get the idea. I will tape all of my digitizers from here out.

edit - all these thank yous and no upvotes? like con said below, tough crowd

Gerät:

iPad Air

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open

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205186

Bearbeitet von: crevz ,

Titel:

solution to phantom/ghost touches ipad air

Text:

After trying multiple digitizers thinking they were defective, a few beers and some deep thought, I have found the solution to the problems we have been having associated with digitizer replacement on iPad Airs. I do not know if this works with other devices with ghost touching, but I have a good feeling it will. I wont waste your time with how I came to this solution, because I know you are reading this probably freaking out trying to figure out how to fix it. So read on.
 
What you need: kapton tape - i used this:
 
http://www.amazon.com/Mil-Kapton-Tape-Polyimide-Yds/dp/B006ROR6JQ/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1411596515&sr=8-2&keywords=kapton+tape
 
1/4" is a good thickness, you might want to try something a tiny bit thinner - 1/8 would be ideal
 
Tape around the digitizer "wires"? on the edge. For some reason, there are grounding issues with some digitizers. I dont know if its because they dont go through the same quality control as apple parts, and the warping of the glass may be at fault, or what. Whats even more strange is some digitzers do it, some dont. (leading me to believe they may be touching the frame where they are not supposed to). Some have suggested the cables were pinched, but i had purposely pinched the cables and it didnt cause the issues, it just made the glass pop up and not seat correctly. I have included a pic for reference. Pass it along.
 
[image|393104|align=leftimage|393104]
[image|393104|align=leftimage|393104]
 
[image|393105|align=leftimage|393105]
[image|393105|align=leftimage|393105]
 
sorry for the crap pics but you get the idea. I will tape all of my digitizers from here out.
 

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edit - all these thank yous and no upvotes? like con said below, tough crowd

edit
edit - all these thank yous and no upvotes? like con said below, tough crowd

Gerät:

iPad Air

Status:

open

Akzeptierte Antwort:

205186

Bearbeitet von: crevz ,

Titel:

solution to phantom/ghost touches ipad air

Text:

After trying multiple digitizers thinking they were defective, a few beers and some deep thought, I have found the solution to the problems we have been having associated with digitizer replacement on iPad Airs. I do not know if this works with other devices with ghost touching, but I have a good feeling it will. I wont waste your time with how I came to this solution, because I know you are reading this probably freaking out trying to figure out how to fix it. So read on.
 
What you need: kapton tape - i used this:
 
http://www.amazon.com/Mil-Kapton-Tape-Polyimide-Yds/dp/B006ROR6JQ/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1411596515&sr=8-2&keywords=kapton+tape
 
1/4" is a good thickness, you might want to try something a tiny bit thinner - 1/8 would be ideal
 
Tape around the digitizer "wires"? on the edge. For some reason, there are grounding issues with some digitizers. I dont know if its because they dont go through the same quality control as apple parts, and the warping of the glass may be at fault, or what. Whats even more strange is some digitzers do it, some dont. (leading me to believe they may be touching the frame where they are not supposed to). Some have suggested the cables were pinched, but i had purposely pinched the cables and it didnt cause the issues, it just made the glass pop up and not seat correctly. I have included a pic for reference. Pass it along.
 
[image|393104|align=left]
 
[image|393105|align=left]
 
sorry for the crap pics but you get the idea. I will tape all of my digitizers from here out.
 
 
edit - all these thank yous and no upvotes? like con said below, tough crowd

Gerät:

iPad Air

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: crevz ,

Titel:

solution to phantom/ghost touches ipad air

Text:

After trying multiple digitizers thinking they were defective, a few beers and some deep thought, I have found the solution to the problems we have been having associated with digitizer replacement on iPad Airs. I do not know if this works with other problemsdevices with ghost touching, but I have a good feeling it will. I wont waste your time with how I came to this solution, because I know you are reading this probably freaking out trying to figure out how to fix it. So read on.
After trying multiple digitizers thinking they were defective, a few beers and some deep thought, I have found the solution to the problems we have been having associated with digitizer replacement on iPad Airs. I do not know if this works with other problemsdevices with ghost touching, but I have a good feeling it will. I wont waste your time with how I came to this solution, because I know you are reading this probably freaking out trying to figure out how to fix it. So read on.
 
What you need: kapton tape - i used this:
 
http://www.amazon.com/Mil-Kapton-Tape-Polyimide-Yds/dp/B006ROR6JQ/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1411596515&sr=8-2&keywords=kapton+tape
 
1/4" is a good thickness, you might want to try something a tiny bit thinner - 1/8 would be ideal
 
Tape around the digitizer "wires"? on the edge. For some reason, there are grounding issues with some digitizers. I dont know if its because they dont go through the same quality control as apple parts, and the warping of the glass may be at fault, or what. Whats even more strange is some digitzers do it, some dont. (leading me to believe they may be touching the frame where they are not supposed to). Some have suggested the cables were pinched, but i had purposely pinched the cables and it didnt cause the issues, it just made the glass pop up and not seat correctly. I have included a pic for reference. Pass it along.
 
[image|393104|align=left]
 
[image|393105|align=left]
 
sorry for the crap pics but you get the idea. I will tape all of my digitizers from here out.

Gerät:

iPad Air

Status:

open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: crevz ,

Titel:

solution to phantom/ghost touches ipad air

Text:

After trying multiple digitizers thinking they were defective, a few beers and some deep thought, I have found the solution to the problems we have been having associated with digitizer replacement on iPad Airs. I do not know if this works with other problems with ghost touching, but I have a good feeling it will. I wont waste your time with how I came to this solution, because I know you are reading this probably freaking out trying to figure out how to fix it. So read on.

What you need: kapton tape - i used this:

http://www.amazon.com/Mil-Kapton-Tape-Polyimide-Yds/dp/B006ROR6JQ/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1411596515&sr=8-2&keywords=kapton+tape

1/4" is a good thickness, you might want to try something a tiny bit thinner - 1/8 would be ideal

Tape around the digitizer "wires"? on the edge. For some reason, there are grounding issues with some digitizers. I dont know if its because they dont go through the same quality control as apple parts, and the warping of the glass may be at fault, or what. Whats even more strange is some digitzers do it, some dont. (leading me to believe they may be touching the frame where they are not supposed to). Some have suggested the cables were pinched, but i had purposely pinched the cables and it didnt cause the issues, it just made the glass pop up and not seat correctly. I have included a pic for reference. Pass it along.

[image|393104|align=left]

[image|393105|align=left]

sorry for the crap pics but you get the idea. I will tape all of my digitizers from here out.

Gerät:

iPad Air

Status:

open