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I recently ordered the "iPhone 5s LCD Screen and Digitizer Full Assembly" from iFixit to replace a shattered LCD on my phone.
The repair went well, thanks to their guides & videos, but as I booted up the phone for the first time, the phone crashed with the red screen.
-The first thing I tried was a hard reset -- didn't work. Then, following advice in these forums, I disconnected the new/replacement front camera assembly and booted the phone, and the red screen went away. Problem solved: it was a faulty front camera assembly on the replacement part.
+The first thing I tried was a hard reset -- didn't work. Then, following advice in these forums, I disconnected the new/replacement front camera assembly and booted the phone, and the red screen went away. Problem solved: it was a faulty front camera assembly on the replacement part. (I didn't try and figure out if the problem was caused by the proximity sensor or the camera specifically, since they are essentially one part.)
In the end, I ended up spending considerably more time to move the OEM front camera assembly from the shattered screen to the replacement screen, discarding the defective front camera assembly which came on the replacement part. That worked, too, proving that the replacement part was indeed the problem after all.
So far, all is well after a few hours with the phone. I hope the red screen doesn't return.

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Post originale di: Matt Lauer ,

Testo:

I recently ordered the "iPhone 5s LCD Screen and Digitizer Full Assembly" from iFixit to replace a shattered LCD on my phone.

The repair went well, thanks to their guides & videos, but as I booted up the phone for the first time, the phone crashed with the red screen.

The first thing I tried was a hard reset -- didn't work. Then, following advice in these forums, I disconnected the new/replacement front camera assembly and booted the phone, and the red screen went away. Problem solved: it was a faulty front camera assembly on the replacement part.

In the end, I ended up spending considerably more time to move the OEM front camera assembly from the shattered screen to the replacement screen, discarding the defective front camera assembly which came on the replacement part. That worked, too, proving that the replacement part was indeed the problem after all.

So far, all is well after a few hours with the phone. I hope the red screen doesn't return.

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