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Aktuelle Version von: Jay ,

Titel:

iPhone 5s stuck on Apple logo after screen replacement?

Text:

My iPhone 5s was experiencing some issues with the touch sensitivity and the screen was apparently broken.

I took it to some small repair shop where the owner told me all he had to do was replace the screen and that would fix my problem.

Within 20 minutes he replaced the bottom touch screen and the top glass screen, along with the button.

However after replacing the screen several things changed:

The first is that the screen now appears to be sticking out a little more, (nothing major, just and observance).

Second, the home button no longer clicks upon pressing, it feels a little stiff.

Lastly, and most importantly, the phone is stuck on the apple logo that appears when the phone boots. It remains like that for several minutes until the screen turns entirely blue, and restarts. Then the loops starts again.

I've read everything from it being possibly faulty conductors, to battery replacement, to firmware fuckups.

Does anyone know what it could be?

The dude said to leave it charging for a half hour since the screen and the motherboard were "detecting the software".

It's been an hour and nothing...

Any thoughts?

Gerät:

iPhone 5s

Status:

open

Akzeptierte Antwort:

217794

Bearbeitet von: Jay ,

Titel:

iPhone 5s stuck on Apple logo after screen replacement?

Text:

My iPhone 5s was experiencing some issues with the touch sensitivity and the screen was apparently broken.

I took it to some small repair shop where the owner told me all he had to do was replace the screen and that would fix my problem.

Within 20 minutes he replaced the bottom touch screen and the top glass screen, along with the button.

However after replacing the screen several things changed:

The first is that the screen now appears to be sticking out a little more, (nothing major, just and observance).

Second, the home button no longer clicks upon pressing, it feels a little stiff.

Lastly, and most importantly, the phone is stuck on the apple logo that appears when the phone boots. It remains like that for several minutes until the screen turns entirely blue, and restarts. Then the loops starts again.

I've read everything from it being possibly faulty conductors, to battery replacement, to firmware fuckups.

Does anyone know what it could be?

The dude said to leave it charging for a half hour since the screen and the motherboard were "detecting the software".

It's been an hour and nothing...

Any thoughts?

Gerät:

iPhone 5s

Status:

open

Akzeptierte Antwort:

217748

Bearbeitet von: Sam Goldheart ,

Titel:

iPhone 5s stuck on Apple logo after screen replacement?

Text:

My iPhone 5s was experiencing some issues with the touch sensitivity and the screen was apparently broken.

I took it to some small repair shop where the owner told me all he had to do was replace the screen and that would fix my problem.

Within 20 minutes he replaced the bottom touch screen and the top glass screen, along with the button.

However after replacing the screen several things changed:

The first is that the screen now appears to be sticking out a little more, (nothing major, just and observance).

Second, the home button no longer clicks upon pressing, it feels a little stiff.

Lastly, and most importantly, the phone is stuck on the apple logo that appears when the phone boots. It remains like that for several minutes until the screen turns entirely blue, and restarts. Then the loops starts again.

I've read everything from it being possibly faulty conductors, to battery replacement, to firmware fuckups.

Does anyone know what it could be?

The dude said to leave it charging for a half hour since the screen and the motherboard were "detecting the software".

It's been an hour and nothing...

Any thoughts?

Gerät:

iPhone 5s 16GB
iPhone 5s 16GB

Status:

open

Akzeptierte Antwort:

217748

Bearbeitet von: Jay ,

Titel:

iPhone 5s stuck on Apple logo after screen replacement?

Text:

My iPhone 5s was experiencing some issues with the touch sensitivity and the screen was apparently broken.

I took it to some small repair shop where the owner told me all he had to do was replace the screen and that would fix my problem.

Within 20 minutes he replaced the bottom touch screen and the top glass screen, along with the button.

However after replacing the screen several things changed:

The first is that the screen now appears to be sticking out a little more, (nothing major, just and observance).

Second, the home button no longer clicks upon pressing, it feels a little stiff.

Lastly, and most importantly, the phone is stuck on the apple logo that appears when the phone boots. It remains like that for several minutes until the screen turns entirely blue, and restarts. Then the loops starts again.

I've read everything from it being possibly faulty conductors, to battery replacement, to firmware fuckups.

Does anyone know what it could be?

The dude said to leave it charging for a half hour since the screen and the motherboard were "detecting the software".

It's been an hour and nothing...

Any thoughts?

Gerät:

iPhone 5s 16GB

Status:

open

Akzeptierte Antwort:

217748

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Jay ,

Titel:

iPhone 5s stuck on Apple logo after screen replacement?

Text:

My iPhone 5s was experiencing some issues with the touch sensitivity and the screen was apparently broken.

I took it to some small repair shop where the owner told me all he had to do was replace the screen and that would fix my problem.

Within 20 minutes he replaced the bottom touch screen and the top glass screen, along with the button.

However after replacing the screen several things changed:

The first is that the screen now appears to be sticking out a little more, (nothing major, just and observance).

Second, the home button no longer clicks upon pressing, it feels a little stiff.

Lastly, and most importantly, the phone is stuck on the apple logo that appears when the phone boots. It remains like that for several minutes until the screen turns entirely blue, and restarts. Then the loops starts again.

I've read everything from it being possibly faulty conductors, to battery replacement, to firmware fuckups.

Does anyone know what it could be?

The dude said to leave it charging for a half hour since the screen and the motherboard were "detecting the software".

It's been an hour and nothing...

Any thoughts?

Gerät:

iPhone 5s 16GB

Status:

open