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What fixed it for me was several things: 1. Super clean the digitizer contacts and seat them firmly. 2. Flatten the frame to within a 1/16th of an inch. Here

The first two digitizers were jittery. I returned the first one but since they are so cheap I just bought a third one which I used in the final repair. So there is a small chance that the first two were defective or I didn't seat them good enough (but I doubt it.) I also might have over-heated one of them in my attempt to seat it on the warped frame. But the final digitizer is working great and so I am betting on the warped frame being the culprit.

Here
is a video of my process:
What fixed it for me was several things: 1. Super clean the digitizer contacts and seat them firmly. 2. Flatten the frame to within a 1/16th of an inch. Here

The first two digitizers were jittery. I returned the first one but since they are so cheap I just bought a third one which I used in the final repair. So there is a small chance that the first two were defective or I didn't seat them good enough (but I doubt it.) I also might have over-heated one of them in my attempt to seat it on the warped frame. But the final digitizer is working great and so I am betting on the warped frame being the culprit.

Here
is a video of my process:
 
[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8RL6H-p-O8|YouTube Link to repair]

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Post originale di: David ,

Testo:

What fixed it for me was several things:  1. Super clean the digitizer contacts and seat them firmly. 2. Flatten the frame to within a 1/16th of an inch.  Here is a video of my process:

[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8RL6H-p-O8|YouTube Link to repair]

Stato:

open