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当前版本: deetex ,

标题:

Flash led stuck in ON

文本:

This morning I noticed my LED flasher was on.

Started the camera, still set in HDR mode, manually turning on the flasher and turning it off again did not resolve the issue.

Started an app called Free Flash(turns your flasher into a torch), only difference I noticed toggling it was a change in brightness, but the led remained on.

Turned my phone OFF, completely... and STILL the led was on.

Just now I noticed applying a very minute amount of pressure to the back case seems to dim- and turn-off completely... suggesting an electrical short.

I've found one(1) post on the apple support forums, which suggests a software conflict between a number of apps, but beyond the camera app and the Free Flash, both I've had since day one of purchase(now at roughly day 30).

One piece of advice was to remove all apps relevant to the flasher, and perform a hard reset, however considering the led remains on when the phone's off, and it actually goes off when pressure's applied just above the silver apple logo, I doubt this will help.

Considering the amount of issues disassembly seems to cause(browsing through the questions list), and the fact I still have warrenty on this thing, would it be wise to crack it open and reseat the Led cable?

设备:

iPhone 4

状态:

open

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编辑: deetex ,

标题:

Flash led stuck in ON

文本:

This morning I noticed my LED flasher was on.
 
Started the camera, still set in HDR mode, manually turning on the flasher and turning it off again did not resolve the issue.
 
Started an app called Free Flash(turns your flasher into a torch), only difference I noticed toggling it was a change in brightness, but the led remained on.
 
Turned my phone OFF, completely... and STILL the led was on.
 
Just now I noticed applying a very minute amount of pressure to the back case seems to dim- and turn-off completely... suggesting an electrical short.
 
I've found one(1) post on the apple support forums, which suggests a software conflict between a number of apps, but beyond the camera app and the Free Flash, both I've had since day one of purchase(now at roughly day 30).
 
One piece of advice was to remove all apps relevant to the flasher, and perform a hard reset, buthowever considering the led remains on when the phone's off, and it actually goes off when pressure's applied just above the silver apple logo, I doubt this will help.
One piece of advice was to remove all apps relevant to the flasher, and perform a hard reset, buthowever considering the led remains on when the phone's off, and it actually goes off when pressure's applied just above the silver apple logo, I doubt this will help.
 
Considering the amount of issues disassembly seems to cuase(Browsingcause(browsing through the questions list), and the fact I still have warrenty on this thing, would it be wise to crack it open and reseat the Led cable?
Considering the amount of issues disassembly seems to cuase(Browsingcause(browsing through the questions list), and the fact I still have warrenty on this thing, would it be wise to crack it open and reseat the Led cable?

设备:

iPhone 4

状态:

open

原帖由: deetex ,

标题:

Flash led stuck in ON

文本:

This morning I noticed my LED flasher was on.

Started the camera, still set in HDR mode, manually turning on the flasher and turning it off again did not resolve the issue.

Started an app called Free Flash(turns your flasher into a torch), only difference I noticed toggling it was a change in brightness, but the led remained on.

Turned my phone OFF, completely... and STILL the led was on.

Just now I noticed applying a very minute amount of pressure to the back case seems to dim- and turn-off completely... suggesting an electrical short.

I've found one(1) post on the apple support forums, which suggests a software conflict between a number of apps, but beyond the camera app and the Free Flash, both I've had since day one of purchase(now at roughly day 30).

One piece of advice was to remove all apps relevant to the flasher, and perform a hard reset, but considering the led remains on when the phone's off, and it actually goes off when pressure's applied just above the silver apple logo, I doubt this will help.

Considering the amount of issues disassembly seems to cuase(Browsing through the questions list), and the fact I still have warrenty on this thing, would it be wise to crack it open and reseat the Led cable?

设备:

iPhone 4

状态:

open