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Mis sur le marché le 21 septembre 2018. Modèles A1920, A2097, A2098, A2100. Disponible avec GSM ou CDMA / eSIM ou dual-sim / 64, 256 ou 512 Go / Argent, Or ou Gris sidéral. (Se prononce "iPhone 10 S".)

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Replacing front facing speaker and face ID, getting face ID back

So my friend gave me his iPhone XS and he attempted a repair and ripped the display and front-facing speaker cable. I want Face ID to work here. I heard that replacing the speaker assembly will make the Face ID not work. I am advanced in soldering. Can I take off a module and connect it to a replacement to get it working again? If so, what do I have to do?

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You would have to repair the cable that is torn. The wires in the cable are smaller than a human hair and there are quite a few of them. It been done but you have to be really good at micrsoldering and have a lot of time and be patient. I have seen it done on YouTube but in my opinion I would just spend the 15 dollars on replace the setup and deal with no face Id. You will still have your password

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Yes, but can I take off the Proximity sensor and Ambient light sensor and put those on another OEM flex cable?

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No, it's matched. It has to be the original items. Sorry

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