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    Put a new screen in iPhone, a few issues
    I just fitted a new lcd screen and back panel to my sisters iPhone 4, I've changed a few screens in the past but today i lost 2 screws. the arrows below show what ones:


    The sim card doesn't seem to be the problem, i initially suspected it but took the sim out and put it into my 4s and it worked fine, the 4 even knows if the sim card is not inserted, so i now suspect I've not connected something.

    An important thing to say is that the screw missing to the left of the photo, the screw isn't missing but the bit where it screws into has gone missing, if thats the case would a bit of solder fix the issue?

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    Ah its ok, i just discovered the wee wire beside where the battery goes was not fully seated down it, the two screws don't seem to affect anything significant, the phone is fixed up and working now.

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