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My friend's iPhone 5s has a similar issue: TheWater damage, and even though the screen works butworks, it reacts to no touch input. I had already installed a new front display to no avail. I could not see any damage to the connector sockets either. I then removed the logic board, and then removed the tape around the display connectors. Under there I could see a lot of residue, possibly still causing shortcuts. I took pictures with a cheap digital microscope and it looks quite horrible that close. I am now cleaning the board by soaking and shaking it in a bowl with 99% isoprop alcohol. I will report back on that later.
My friend's iPhone 5s has a similar issue: TheWater damage, and even though the screen works butworks, it reacts to no touch input. I had already installed a new front display to no avail. I could not see any damage to the connector sockets either. I then removed the logic board, and then removed the tape around the display connectors. Under there I could see a lot of residue, possibly still causing shortcuts. I took pictures with a cheap digital microscope and it looks quite horrible that close. I am now cleaning the board by soaking and shaking it in a bowl with 99% isoprop alcohol. I will report back on that later.
 
At worst, some ofI had already installed a new front display to no avail. I could not see any damage to the electronics got fried onconnector sockets either. I then removed the board. The digitzer uses high voltage, right?logic board, and then removed the tape around the display connectors. Under there I guess that (dirty) water would more likely causecould see a shortcut in such a case, correct? In this case, is there a way to replace those parts, likely a kindlot of power inverter? Or get them professionally replaced?residue, possibly still causing shortcuts. I have then cleaned the board with 99% isoprop alcohol as described here:
At worst, some ofI had already installed a new front display to no avail. I could not see any damage to the electronics got fried onconnector sockets either. I then removed the board. The digitzer uses high voltage, right?logic board, and then removed the tape around the display connectors. Under there I guess that (dirty) water would more likely causecould see a shortcut in such a case, correct? In this case, is there a way to replace those parts, likely a kindlot of power inverter? Or get them professionally replaced?residue, possibly still causing shortcuts. I have then cleaned the board with 99% isoprop alcohol as described here:
 
The issue is that this phone has a lothttps://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Electronics_Water_Damage

But that didn't help, either. Still, the touch input is dead.

I wonder if some
of picturesthe electronics got fried on itthe board. The digitzer uses high voltage, right? I guess that I like to get back, and the phone has never been connected to(dirty) water would more likely cause a computer for backup, soshortcut in such a case, correct? In this case, is there is noa way to replace those parts, likely a kind of power inverter? Or get to them unless I can unlock it first by using the touch screen. Onve I can slide it and enter the passcode, it is not important whato ther damage the device has a long as it connects via USB to a computer (USB works still at this point, only it will not connect without a passcode first).professionally replaced?
The issue is that this phone has a lothttps://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Electronics_Water_Damage

But that didn't help, either. Still, the touch input is dead.

I wonder if some
of picturesthe electronics got fried on itthe board. The digitzer uses high voltage, right? I guess that I like to get back, and the phone has never been connected to(dirty) water would more likely cause a computer for backup, soshortcut in such a case, correct? In this case, is there is noa way to replace those parts, likely a kind of power inverter? Or get to them unless I can unlock it first by using the touch screen. Onve I can slide it and enter the passcode, it is not important whato ther damage the device has a long as it connects via USB to a computer (USB works still at this point, only it will not connect without a passcode first).professionally replaced?

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My iPhone 5s has a similar issue: The screen works but it reacts to no touch input. I had already installed a new front display to no avail. I could not see any damage to the connector sockets either. I then removed the logic board, and then removed the tape around the display connectors. Under there I could see a lot of residue, possibly still causing shortcuts. I took pictures with a cheap digital microscope and it loomslooks quite horrible that close. I am now cleaning the board by soaking and shaking it in a bowl with 99% isoprop alcohol. I will report back on that later.
My iPhone 5s has a similar issue: The screen works but it reacts to no touch input. I had already installed a new front display to no avail. I could not see any damage to the connector sockets either. I then removed the logic board, and then removed the tape around the display connectors. Under there I could see a lot of residue, possibly still causing shortcuts. I took pictures with a cheap digital microscope and it loomslooks quite horrible that close. I am now cleaning the board by soaking and shaking it in a bowl with 99% isoprop alcohol. I will report back on that later.
 
At worst, some of the electronics got friedfried on the board. The digitzer uses high voltage, right? I guess that (dirty) water would more likely cause a shortcut in such a casecase, correct? In this case, is there a way to replace those partsparts, likely a kind of power inverter? Or get them professionally replaced? The

The
issue is that this phone has a lot of pictures on it that I like to get back, and the phone has never been connected to a computer for backup, so there is no way to get to them unless I can unlock it first by using the touch screen. Onve I can slide it and enter the passcode, it is not important whato ther damage the device has a long as it connects via USB to a computer (USB works still at this point, only it will not connect without a passcode first).
At worst, some of the electronics got friedfried on the board. The digitzer uses high voltage, right? I guess that (dirty) water would more likely cause a shortcut in such a casecase, correct? In this case, is there a way to replace those partsparts, likely a kind of power inverter? Or get them professionally replaced? The

The
issue is that this phone has a lot of pictures on it that I like to get back, and the phone has never been connected to a computer for backup, so there is no way to get to them unless I can unlock it first by using the touch screen. Onve I can slide it and enter the passcode, it is not important whato ther damage the device has a long as it connects via USB to a computer (USB works still at this point, only it will not connect without a passcode first).

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My iPhone 5s has a similar issue: The screen works but it reacts to no touch input. I had already installed a new front display to no avail. I could not see any damage to the connector sockets either. I then removed the logic board, and then removed the tape around the display connectors. Under there I could see a lot of residue, possibly still causing shortcuts. I took pictures with a cheap digital microscope and it looms quite horrible that close. I am now cleaning the board by soaking and shaking it in a bowl with 99% isoprop alcohol. I will report back on that later.

At worst, some of the electronics got fried. The digitzer uses high voltage, right? I guess that (dirty) water would more likely cause a shortcut in such a case correct? In this case, is there a way to replace those parts? Or get them professionally replaced? The issue is that this phone has a lot of pictures on it that I like to get back, and the phone has never been connected to a computer for backup, so there is no way to get to them unless I can unlock it first by using the touch screen. Onve I can slide it and enter the passcode, it is not important whato ther damage the device has a long as it connects via USB to a computer (USB works still at this point, only it will not connect without a passcode first).

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