iPad 2 touch screen not working after digitizer replacement
Hi, I have an iPad 2 which had a cracked screen, so I went online and bought a replacement immediately.
After the tear-down and replacement of the parts, I placed the screen on the device (without the adhesive) to test it before sticking it down. However the touch screen is completely unresponsive but all physical buttons work fine (home button, power, etc), So I wonder whether it's a faulty digitizer?
This problem is very frustrating as the iPad clearly works because the LCD is on, it syncs with iTunes etc. but without the touch screen, which without it makes it useless!
So I'm wondering what i could do next? Should I contact the company who supplied the new screen and request a replacement as I assume it's faulty OR should I assume that there is something else wrong on the iPad (ie logic board, faulty connector, etc!)
Thanks for reading and hopefully someone has some advice or even a solution to my frustrating problem.
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i think that ,you have to make software after that you replaced the touchscreen.may be it will work fine.
Mine is somewhat similar I replaced the touchscreen desensitizer but it didn’t swipe properly. I have two gold pans at the bottom of my iPad too and don’t know what to do with them any suggestions of what I might have done wrong?
I had the exact same problem after replacing the glass on an iPad 4. The touch screen was totally non-responsive. I reseated the flex cable all the way in to where I could not see the white indicator stripe and the cable would not go in any further, then I locked the zif connector and it worked flawlessly.
Thank you for taking the time to post your solution.