White screen after power button repairing
The power button of my iPod nano 6th generation was stucked. Since Apple repair center only propose entire replacement by paying half the price of a new iPod I decided to fix it myself.
I opened it successfully and I've succeed in repairing the power button (a 0.5 mm little chip needed to be glued again, it makes the contact between the hard button and electronic switch).
But when I assembled again the whole, I have now a white screen and I even after several reset the screen remains white. The iPod is detected by my computer and I can still listen to the music on it. It seems that only main menu and touch screen is locked.
Does anyone know how to fix that ? Did Apple set tricks so that any person trying to repair its nano will never succeed in ??