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Version actuelle par : Carlos Oulman ,

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-Here are my thoughts. Even if the device has never been worked on and there is no damage to the phone, the screen can still fail. It’s an electrical component just like the rest of the phone. If you have the ability, I would suggest trying at the very least, a new battery. I would also try a new screen if you can. While most iPhones will still vibrate, this setting can sometimes be turned off. Unfortunately, the way to get the device to work correctly will likely include having to open it. If it’s a software issue casing the problem, you will have to figure out a way to restore it with the version of iOS you want. It is an older phone and we often see issues where Apple devices act goofy with either bad batteries (the battery probably needs to be replaced anyway) or with bad screens.
+Here are my thoughts. Even if the device has never been worked on and there is no damage to the phone, the screen can still fail. It’s an electrical component just like the rest of the phone. If you have the ability, I would suggest trying at the very least, a new battery. I would also try a new screen if you can. While most iPhones will still vibrate, this setting can sometimes be turned off. Unfortunately, the way to get the device to work correctly will likely include having to open it. If it’s a software issue causing the problem, you will have to figure out a way to restore it with the version of iOS you want. It is an older phone and we often see issues where Apple devices act goofy with either bad batteries (the battery probably needs to be replaced anyway) or with bad screens.

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Contribution d'origine par : Carlos Oulman ,

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Here are my thoughts. Even if the device has never been worked on and there is no damage to the phone, the screen can still fail. It’s an electrical component just like the rest of the phone. If you have the ability, I would suggest trying at the very least, a new battery. I would also try a new screen if you can. While most iPhones will still vibrate, this setting can sometimes be turned off. Unfortunately, the way to get the device to work correctly will likely include having to open it. If it’s a software issue casing the problem, you will have to figure out a way to restore it with the version of iOS you want. It is an older phone and we often see issues where Apple devices act goofy with either bad batteries (the battery probably needs to be replaced anyway) or with bad screens.

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