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Titel:

iPad Air 2 boot loops charging battery from 0% + LCD & adhesive issue

Text:

Hi everyone[br]

My iPad Air 2 battery got weak, and my volume down button stopped working. [br]

[br]

So I bought:[br]

- New battery $19.50[br]

- New volume-microphone flex cable $4.00[br]

- Pre cut adhesive strips $4.50[br]

[br]

Installed everything with utmost care. Unfortunately I forgot to reinstall the plate that secures the cables connecting the LCD to the iPad. So I reopened the iPad, this time foolishly a tad less careful, so I ended up breaking my LCD screen. [br]

I was devastated.[br]

[br]

Had no choice, so ordered and installed a new one for $118.00. [br]

[br]

Now I have the following issues:[br]

[br]

'''Issue 1:''' [br]

The iPad works, but every time the battery drains to zero and I charge it, it boot loops 3 - 4 times before staying turned off for a few minutes. Then boots and charges normally while staying on. But now I have this suspicion that the fully charged battery kinda drains faster than it should. It still lasts a fair bit, but I feel not as long as it should. [br]

[br]

And in Settings > Battery, I get no battery info even after using the iPad for a few hours. It just says “Battery information will be available after using the iPad for a few minutes”[br]

[br]

'''Question 1:'''[br]

Are these sign of a bad/cheap or even damaged replacement battery?[br]

[br]

'''Issue 2:'''[br]

The new LCD screen displays waves along the left edge when holding the iPad on its left bezel in portrait mode.

[image|1690975]

On that left bezel the LCD also has a thin line of being a tiny bit dimmer.

[image|1690974]

Also I’m not sure about this, but I have a slight suspicion that this new LCD has slightly less color saturation, slightly weaker black levels, and kinda worse viewing angles with more blueshift than I think I remember.

'''Question 2:'''[br]

Are those commonly known signs of a potentially not as good as original, cheap LCD screen? Or does it sound like a damaged screen?

'''Issue 3:'''[br]

I have difficulties with the new LCD staying in the chassis.

[image|1690973]

I tried the seemingly quality pre cut adhesive strips, but the LCD simply keeps slowly coming off. I then diligently cut fitting strips myself from generic double sided tape we have at home. Which seems to hold in the screen a bit better, but still, the LCD keeps slowly coming off. So I currently constantly keep pressing the edges of my LCD back in to the chassis.

'''Question 3:'''[br]

Are there specific pro-tips on how to make sure the LCD stays in the chassis?  Or is it not normal for the front to slightly keep pushing out, maybe a sign of the new battery being slightly too thick? I’d really appreciate some experts advice.

Thanks in advance

'''Update 20.02.2019'''

[image|1691076]

[image|1691077]

=== Update (02/20/2019) ===

Ok after analyzing the new screen some more I can definitely confirm that this new one has noticeably worse viewing angles and color saturation. [br]

I figured because I have my old broken LCD still around I can simply reconnect it and quickly compare image quality. [br]

[br]

This is my old screen:[br]

[image|1691261]

[br]

[br]

This is my new screen:[br]

[image|1691262]

[br]

[br]

Things like this are difficult to capture in pictures, but you can clearly see the new one is washed out in comparison.

Gerät:

iPad Air 2 LTE

Status:

open

Akzeptierte Antwort:

+550514

Bearbeitet von: Ray ,

Titel:

iPad Air 2 boot loops charging battery from 0% + LCD & adhesive issue

Text:

Hi everyone[br]
-
My iPad Air 2 battery got weak, and my volume down button stopped working. [br]
+[br]
+
+So I bought:[br]
+
+- New battery $19.50[br]
+
+- New volume-microphone flex cable $4.00[br]
+
+- Pre cut adhesive strips $4.50[br]
[br]
+Installed everything with utmost care. Unfortunately I forgot to reinstall the plate that secures the cables connecting the LCD to the iPad. So I reopened the iPad, this time foolishly a tad less careful, so I ended up breaking my LCD screen. [br]
-So I bought:[br]
-
-
-- New battery $19.50[br]
-
-
-- New volume-microphone flex cable $4.00[br]
-
-
-- Pre cut adhesive strips $4.50[br]
-
+I was devastated.[br]
[br]
-
-Installed everything with utmost care. Unfortunately I forgot to reinstall the plate that secures the cables connecting the LCD to the iPad. So I reopened the iPad, this time foolishly a tad less careful, so I ended up breaking my LCD screen. [br]
-
-
-I was devastated.[br]
-
+Had no choice, so ordered and installed a new one for $118.00. [br]
[br]
-
-Had no choice, so ordered and installed a new one for $118.00. [br]
-
+Now I have the following issues:[br]
[br]
+'''Issue 1:''' [br]
-Now I have the following issues:[br]
-
+The iPad works, but every time the battery drains to zero and I charge it, it boot loops 3 - 4 times before staying turned off for a few minutes. Then boots and charges normally while staying on. But now I have this suspicion that the fully charged battery kinda drains faster than it should. It still lasts a fair bit, but I feel not as long as it should. [br]
[br]
-
-'''Issue 1:''' [br]
-
-
-The iPad works, but every time the battery drains to zero and I charge it, it boot loops 3 - 4 times before staying turned off for a few minutes. Then boots and charges normally while staying on. But now I have this suspicion that the fully charged battery kinda drains faster than it should. It still lasts a fair bit, but I feel not as long as it should. [br]
-
+And in Settings > Battery, I get no battery info even after using the iPad for a few hours. It just says “Battery information will be available after using the iPad for a few minutes”[br]
[br]
+'''Question 1:'''[br]
-And in Settings > Battery, I get no battery info even after using the iPad for a few hours. It just says “Battery information will be available after using the iPad for a few minutes”[br]
-
+Are these sign of a bad/cheap or even damaged replacement battery?[br]
[br]
-
-'''Question 1:'''[br]
-
-
-Are these sign of a bad/cheap or even damaged replacement battery?[br]
-
-
-[br]
-
-
'''Issue 2:'''[br]
-
The new LCD screen displays waves along the left edge when holding the iPad on its left bezel in portrait mode.
[image|1690975]
On that left bezel the LCD also has a thin line of being a tiny bit dimmer.
[image|1690974]
Also I’m not sure about this, but I have a slight suspicion that this new LCD has slightly less color saturation, slightly weaker black levels, and kinda worse viewing angles with more blueshift than I think I remember.
'''Question 2:'''[br]
-
Are those commonly known signs of a potentially not as good as original, cheap LCD screen? Or does it sound like a damaged screen?
'''Issue 3:'''[br]
-
I have difficulties with the new LCD staying in the chassis.
[image|1690973]
I tried the seemingly quality pre cut adhesive strips, but the LCD simply keeps slowly coming off. I then diligently cut fitting strips myself from generic double sided tape we have at home. Which seems to hold in the screen a bit better, but still, the LCD keeps slowly coming off. So I currently constantly keep pressing the edges of my LCD back in to the chassis.
'''Question 3:'''[br]
-
Are there specific pro-tips on how to make sure the LCD stays in the chassis? Or is it not normal for the front to slightly keep pushing out, maybe a sign of the new battery being slightly too thick? I’d really appreciate some experts advice.
Thanks in advance
'''Update 20.02.2019'''
[image|1691076]
[image|1691077]
+
+=== Update (02/20/2019) ===
+
+Ok after analyzing the new screen some more I can definitely confirm that this new one has noticeably worse viewing angles and color saturation. [br]
+
+I figured because I have my old broken LCD still around I can simply reconnect it and quickly compare image quality. [br]
+
+[br]
+
+This is my old screen:[br]
+
+[image|1691261]
+
+[br]
+
+[br]
+
+This is my new screen:[br]
+
+[image|1691262]
+
+[br]
+
+[br]
+
+Things like this are difficult to capture in pictures, but you can clearly see the new one is washed out in comparison.

Gerät:

iPad Air 2 LTE

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Ray ,

Titel:

iPad Air 2 boot loops charging battery from 0% + LCD & adhesive issue

Text:

Hi everyone[br]
My iPad Air 2 battery got weak, and my volume down button stopped working. [br]
[br]
So I bought:[br]
- New battery $19.50[br]
- New volume-microphone flex cable $4.00[br]
- Pre cut adhesive strips $4.50[br]
[br]
Installed everything with utmost care. Unfortunately I forgot to reinstall the plate that secures the cables connecting the LCD to the iPad. So I reopened the iPad, this time foolishly a tad less careful, so I ended up breaking my LCD screen. [br]
I was devastated.[br]
[br]
Had no choice, so ordered and installed a new one for $118.00. [br]
[br]
Now I have the following issues:[br]
[br]
'''Issue 1:''' [br]
The iPad works, but every time the battery drains to zero and I charge it, it boot loops 3 - 4 times before staying turned off for a few minutes. Then boots and charges normally while staying on. But now I have this suspicion that the fully charged battery kinda drains faster than it should. It still lasts a fair bit, but I feel not as long as it should. [br]
[br]
And in Settings > Battery, I get no battery info even after using the iPad for a few hours. It just says “Battery information will be available after using the iPad for a few minutes”[br]
[br]
'''Question 1:'''[br]
Are these sign of a bad/cheap or even damaged replacement battery?[br]
[br]
'''Issue 2:'''[br]
The new LCD screen displays waves along the left edge when holding the iPad on its left bezel in portrait mode.
[image|1690975]
On that left bezel the LCD also has a thin line of being a tiny bit dimmer.
[image|1690974]
Also I’m not sure about this, but I have a slight suspicion that this new LCD has slightly less color saturation, slightly weaker black levels, and kinda worse viewing angles with more blueshift than I think I remember.
'''Question 2:'''[br]
Are those commonly known signs of a potentially not as good as original, cheap LCD screen? Or does it sound like a damaged screen?
'''Issue 3:'''[br]
I have difficulties with the new LCD staying in the chassis.
[image|1690973]
I tried the seemingly quality pre cut adhesive strips, but the LCD simply keeps slowly coming off. I then diligently cut fitting strips myself from generic double sided tape we have at home. Which seems to hold in the screen a bit better, but still, the LCD keeps slowly coming off. So I currently constantly keep pressing the edges of my LCD back in to the chassis.
'''Question 3:'''[br]
-Are there specific pro-tips on how to make sure the LCD stay in the chassis? Or is it not normal for the front to slightly keep pushing out, maybe a sign of the new battery being slightly too thick? I’d really appreciate some experts advice.
+Are there specific pro-tips on how to make sure the LCD stays in the chassis? Or is it not normal for the front to slightly keep pushing out, maybe a sign of the new battery being slightly too thick? I’d really appreciate some experts advice.
Thanks in advance
'''Update 20.02.2019'''
[image|1691076]
[image|1691077]

Gerät:

iPad Air 2 LTE

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Ray ,

Titel:

iPad Air 2 boot loops charging battery from 0% + LCD & adhesive issue

Text:

Hi everyone[br]
My iPad Air 2 battery got weak, and my volume down button stopped working. [br]
[br]
So I bought:[br]
- New battery $19.50[br]
- New volume-microphone flex cable $4.00[br]
- Pre cut adhesive strips $4.50[br]
[br]
Installed everything with utmost care. Unfortunately I forgot to reinstall the plate that secures the cables connecting the LCD to the iPad. So I reopened the iPad, this time foolishly a tad less careful, so I ended up breaking my LCD screen. [br]
I was devastated.[br]
[br]
Had no choice, so ordered and installed a new one for $118.00. [br]
[br]
Now I have the following issues:[br]
[br]
'''Issue 1:''' [br]
The iPad works, but every time the battery drains to zero and I charge it, it boot loops 3 - 4 times before staying turned off for a few minutes. Then boots and charges normally while staying on. But now I have this suspicion that the fully charged battery kinda drains faster than it should. It still lasts a fair bit, but I feel not as long as it should. [br]
[br]
And in Settings > Battery, I get no battery info even after using the iPad for a few hours. It just says “Battery information will be available after using the iPad for a few minutes”[br]
[br]
'''Question 1:'''[br]
Are these sign of a bad/cheap or even damaged replacement battery?[br]
[br]
'''Issue 2:'''[br]
The new LCD screen displays waves along the left edge when holding the iPad on its left bezel in portrait mode.
[image|1690975]
On that left bezel the LCD also has a thin line of being a tiny bit dimmer.
[image|1690974]
Also I’m not sure about this, but I have a slight suspicion that this new LCD has slightly less color saturation, slightly weaker black levels, and kinda worse viewing angles with more blueshift than I think I remember.
'''Question 2:'''[br]
Are those commonly known signs of a potentially not as good as original, cheap LCD screen? Or does it sound like a damaged screen?
'''Issue 3:'''[br]
I have difficulties with the new LCD staying in the chassis.
[image|1690973]
I tried the seemingly quality pre cut adhesive strips, but the LCD simply keeps slowly coming off. I then diligently cut fitting strips myself from generic double sided tape we have at home. Which seems to hold in the screen a bit better, but still, the LCD keeps slowly coming off. So I currently constantly keep pressing the edges of my LCD back in to the chassis.
'''Question 3:'''[br]
Are there specific pro-tips on how to make sure the LCD stay in the chassis? Or is it not normal for the front to slightly keep pushing out, maybe a sign of the new battery being slightly too thick? I’d really appreciate some experts advice.
-Thanks
-
-
+Thanks in advance
'''Update 20.02.2019'''
[image|1691076]
[image|1691077]

Gerät:

iPad Air 2 LTE

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Ray ,

Titel:

iPad Air 2 boot loops charging battery from 0% + LCD & adhesive issue

Text:

Hi everyone[br]
+
+
My iPad Air 2 battery got weak, and my volume down button stopped working. [br]
+
+
[br]
+
+
So I bought:[br]
+
+
- New battery $19.50[br]
+
+
- New volume-microphone flex cable $4.00[br]
+
+
- Pre cut adhesive strips $4.50[br]
+
+
[br]
+
+
Installed everything with utmost care. Unfortunately I forgot to reinstall the plate that secures the cables connecting the LCD to the iPad. So I reopened the iPad, this time foolishly a tad less careful, so I ended up breaking my LCD screen. [br]
+
+
I was devastated.[br]
+
+
[br]
+
+
Had no choice, so ordered and installed a new one for $118.00. [br]
+
+
[br]
+
+
Now I have the following issues:[br]
+
+
[br]
+
+
'''Issue 1:''' [br]
+
+
The iPad works, but every time the battery drains to zero and I charge it, it boot loops 3 - 4 times before staying turned off for a few minutes. Then boots and charges normally while staying on. But now I have this suspicion that the fully charged battery kinda drains faster than it should. It still lasts a fair bit, but I feel not as long as it should. [br]
+
+
[br]
+
+
And in Settings > Battery, I get no battery info even after using the iPad for a few hours. It just says “Battery information will be available after using the iPad for a few minutes”[br]
+
+
[br]
+
+
'''Question 1:'''[br]
+
+
Are these sign of a bad/cheap or even damaged replacement battery?[br]
+
+
[br]
+
+
'''Issue 2:'''[br]
+
+
The new LCD screen displays waves along the left edge when holding the iPad on its left bezel in portrait mode.
[image|1690975]
On that left bezel the LCD also has a thin line of being a tiny bit dimmer.
[image|1690974]
Also I’m not sure about this, but I have a slight suspicion that this new LCD has slightly less color saturation, slightly weaker black levels, and kinda worse viewing angles with more blueshift than I think I remember.
'''Question 2:'''[br]
+
+
Are those commonly known signs of a potentially not as good as original, cheap LCD screen? Or does it sound like a damaged screen?
'''Issue 3:'''[br]
+
+
I have difficulties with the new LCD staying in the chassis.
[image|1690973]
I tried the seemingly quality pre cut adhesive strips, but the LCD simply keeps slowly coming off. I then diligently cut fitting strips myself from generic double sided tape we have at home. Which seems to hold in the screen a bit better, but still, the LCD keeps slowly coming off. So I currently constantly keep pressing the edges of my LCD back in to the chassis.
'''Question 3:'''[br]
+
+
Are there specific pro-tips on how to make sure the LCD stay in the chassis? Or is it not normal for the front to slightly keep pushing out, maybe a sign of the new battery being slightly too thick? I’d really appreciate some experts advice.
Thanks
+
+
+
+'''Update 20.02.2019'''
+
+[image|1691076]
+
+[image|1691077]

Gerät:

iPad Air 2 LTE

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Ray ,

Titel:

iPad Air 2 boot loops charging battery from 0% + LCD & adhesive issue

Text:

-Hi everyone
+Hi everyone[br]
+My iPad Air 2 battery got weak, and my volume down button stopped working. [br]
+[br]
+So I bought:[br]
+- New battery $19.50[br]
+- New volume-microphone flex cable $4.00[br]
+- Pre cut adhesive strips $4.50[br]
+[br]
+Installed everything with utmost care. Unfortunately I forgot to reinstall the plate that secures the cables connecting the LCD to the iPad. So I reopened the iPad, this time foolishly a tad less careful, so I ended up breaking my LCD screen. [br]
+I was devastated.[br]
+[br]
+Had no choice, so ordered and installed a new one for $118.00. [br]
+[br]
+Now I have the following issues:[br]
+[br]
+'''Issue 1:''' [br]
+The iPad works, but every time the battery drains to zero and I charge it, it boot loops 3 - 4 times before staying turned off for a few minutes. Then boots and charges normally while staying on. But now I have this suspicion that the fully charged battery kinda drains faster than it should. It still lasts a fair bit, but I feel not as long as it should. [br]
+[br]
+And in Settings > Battery, I get no battery info even after using the iPad for a few hours. It just says “Battery information will be available after using the iPad for a few minutes”[br]
+[br]
+'''Question 1:'''[br]
+Are these sign of a bad/cheap or even damaged replacement battery?[br]
+[br]
+'''Issue 2:'''[br]
+The new LCD screen displays waves along the left edge when holding the iPad on its left bezel in portrait mode.
-[br]
+[image|1690975]
+On that left bezel the LCD also has a thin line of being a tiny bit dimmer.
-My iPad Air 2 battery got weak, and my volume down button stopped working.
+[image|1690974]
-Bought:[br]
+Also I’m not sure about this, but I have a slight suspicion that this new LCD has slightly less color saturation, slightly weaker black levels, and kinda worse viewing angles with more blueshift than I think I remember.
+'''Question 2:'''[br]
+Are those commonly known signs of a potentially not as good as original, cheap LCD screen? Or does it sound like a damaged screen?
-- New battery $19.50[br]
+'''Issue 3:'''[br]
+I have difficulties with the new LCD staying in the chassis.
+[image|1690973]
-- New volume-microphone flex cable $4.00[br]
+I tried the seemingly quality pre cut adhesive strips, but the LCD simply keeps slowly coming off. I then diligently cut fitting strips myself from generic double sided tape we have at home. Which seems to hold in the screen a bit better, but still, the LCD keeps slowly coming off. So I currently constantly keep pressing the edges of my LCD back in to the chassis.
+'''Question 3:'''[br]
+Are there specific pro-tips on how to make sure the LCD stay in the chassis? Or is it not normal for the front to slightly keep pushing out, maybe a sign of the new battery being slightly too thick? I’d really appreciate some experts advice.
-- Pre cut adhesive strips $4.50
-
-Installed it with utmost care. [br]
-
-
-Unfortunately I forgot to reinstall the plate that secures the cables connecting the LCD to the iPad.
-
-So I reopened the iPad, this time foolishly a tad less careful, so I ended up breaking my LCD screen. I was devastated.[br]
-
-
-Had no choice, ordered and installed a new one for $118.00.
-
-Now I have the following issues:
-
-'''Issue 1:''' [br]
-
-
-The iPad works, but every time the battery drains to zero and I charge it, it boot loops 3 - 4 times before staying turned off for a few minutes.Then boots and charges normally while staying on.[br]
-
-
-But now I have this suspicion that the fully charged battery kinda drains faster than it should. It still lasts a fair bit, but I feel not as long as it should. And in Settings > Battery, I get no battery info even after using the iPad for a few hours. It just says “Battery information will be available after using the iPad for a few minutes”
-
-'''Question 1:'''[br]
-
-
-Are these sign of a bad/cheap or even damaged replacement battery?
-
-
-
-'''Update 1 - 02.20.2019'''
-
-[image|1691063]
-
-[image|1691064]
+Thanks

Gerät:

iPad Air 2 LTE

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: Ray ,

Titel:

iPad Air 2 boot loops charging battery from 0% + LCD & adhesive issue

Text:

Hi everyone
[br]
+
My iPad Air 2 battery got weak, and my volume down button stopped working.
Bought:[br]
+
- New battery $19.50[br]
+
- New volume-microphone flex cable $4.00[br]
+
- Pre cut adhesive strips $4.50
Installed it with utmost care. [br]
+
Unfortunately I forgot to reinstall the plate that secures the cables connecting the LCD to the iPad.
So I reopened the iPad, this time foolishly a tad less careful, so I ended up breaking my LCD screen. I was devastated.[br]
+
Had no choice, ordered and installed a new one for $118.00.
Now I have the following issues:
'''Issue 1:''' [br]
+
The iPad works, but every time the battery drains to zero and I charge it, it boot loops 3 - 4 times before staying turned off for a few minutes.Then boots and charges normally while staying on.[br]
+
But now I have this suspicion that the fully charged battery kinda drains faster than it should. It still lasts a fair bit, but I feel not as long as it should. And in Settings > Battery, I get no battery info even after using the iPad for a few hours. It just says “Battery information will be available after using the iPad for a few minutes”
'''Question 1:'''[br]
+
Are these sign of a bad/cheap or even damaged replacement battery?
+
+
+
+'''Update 1 - 02.20.2019'''
+
+[image|1691063]
+
+[image|1691064]

Gerät:

iPad Air 2 LTE

Status:

open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Ray ,

Titel:

iPad Air 2 boot loops charging battery from 0% + LCD & adhesive issue

Text:

Hi everyone

[br]

My iPad Air 2 battery got weak, and my volume down button stopped working.

Bought:[br]

- New battery $19.50[br]

- New volume-microphone flex cable $4.00[br]

- Pre cut adhesive strips $4.50

Installed it with utmost care. [br]

Unfortunately I forgot to reinstall the plate that secures the cables connecting the LCD to the iPad.

So I reopened the iPad, this time foolishly a tad less careful, so I ended up breaking my LCD screen. I was devastated.[br]

Had no choice, ordered and installed a new one for $118.00.

Now I have the following issues:

'''Issue 1:''' [br]

The iPad works, but every time the battery drains to zero and I charge it, it boot loops 3 - 4 times before staying turned off for a few minutes.Then boots and charges normally while staying on.[br]

But now I have this suspicion that the fully charged battery kinda drains faster than it should. It still lasts a fair bit, but I feel not as long as it should. And in Settings > Battery, I get no battery info even after using the iPad for a few hours. It just says “Battery information will be available after using the iPad for a few minutes”

'''Question 1:'''[br]

Are these sign of a bad/cheap or even damaged replacement battery?

Gerät:

iPad Air 2 LTE

Status:

open