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It's one of two things: it's the digitizer itself (purchased bad digitizer), or it's the actual input connectors on the motherboard, which can (and do) get damaged on DIY attempts. In that case, soldering the new connector on (the new digitizer connector, that is damaged, in this hypothetical) would be the only solution. That's a difficult task. (source - https://www.imobilerescue.com )
It's one of two things: it's the digitizer itself (purchased bad digitizer), or it's the actual input connectors on the motherboard, which can (and do) get damaged on DIY attempts. In that case, soldering the new connector on (the new digitizer connector, that is damaged, in this hypothetical) would be the only solution. That's a difficult task. (source - https://www.imobilerescue.com )

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原帖由: Ryan Ballow ,

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It's one of two things: it's the digitizer itself (purchased bad digitizer), or it's the actual input connectors on the motherboard, which can (and do) get damaged on DIY attempts. In that case, soldering the new connector on (the new digitizer connector, that is damaged, in this hypothetical) would be the only solution. That's a difficult task. (source - https://www.imobilerescue.com )

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