The usual suspect for a backlight blowing out on an iPad Pro 9.7 is not disconnecting the battery before a screen repair. It’s imperative to isolate the battery before lifting the screen connectors from the logic board because even when the ipad is powered off, there is power going to the backlight pin on the connector.
Isolate the battery by unscrewing the screw, then putting a guitar pick between the battery and the logic board.
If the backlight is already blown, then you’ll want to verify by rebooting the ipad (hold the home and power buttons for 10 seconds) and shining a bright light in the middle of the ipad. If the backlight is out, then you should be able to see a faint apple logo in the middle of the screen.
To repair the backlight, then you’ll need to replace the backlight filter:
Want us to repair your iPad Pro? Just fill out the request a quote form.
Problem: You have an iPhone 6 where the wifi signal is very weak. It works when you are close to the router, but as you get further away, the signal goes away.
Solution: First off, check to make sure that the wifi antenna did not come lose. That is the first step.
This wifi antenna sits on the back top of the logic board. You’ll need to disassemble the logic board before you can access this part.
If all is good, then here’s where the microsoldering comes into play. There is a tiny resistor near the wifi connector that goes bad.
Replace this tiny resistor first. If that doesn’t work, then replace the black chip next to it. That should fix your weak wifi signal problem.
If you want us to help, then feel free to fill out the quote form and we’ll back to you right away.
For those of you who own the Naviplus Pro3000 Nand programmer, here’s the latest update for the firmware:Download
It’s easy to install. Just download and unrar the compress file. Move the NK.bin file to an SD or microSD card, then plug the card into the back of your Naviplus Pro3000. Turn on the programmer and click on “Soft Update” or “System Update” once you get to the main screen.
Looking for the User’s Manual? Here it is:Download
Another common problem that we’ve been seeing is no touch on an iPhone 6S Plus after a screen repair. The screen works, the phone vibrates, everything else looks like it works fine, but the touch doesn’t work.
Well, the problem is that there is a row of components right below the lcd/digitizer connector that is hidden by the black foam surrounding it. Here’s a picture of the black foam.
If you look closely at the picture above, you can see the row of small components sticking out underneath of the black foam. Those small components handle a lot of the functions of the screen, including the touch. What happens that causes the loss of touch is that some of these small components are damaged when lifting the connector off of the logic board to take the screen off. See image below.
If any of these components are missing, then you will lose touch functionality on the screen.
To fix the problem, you’ll need to have a microsoldering specialist disassemble the logic board from the phone and replace the missing component(s). Once this has been done, then the touch will be restored.
Here’s a video of the process that we use to fix the no touch problem on an iPhone 6S Plus:
If you want to send it to us for repair, then just fill out the quote request form and we’ll get back to you with a quote within 24 hours.