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I have been buying sensor cables for iPhone 4's and 4s' from pacifictoy. I know the quality isn't the best but I never have a problem with changing the 4s'...
06-05-2013, 04:25 PM #1Sensor cable replacement (proximity sensor doesn't work)
I have been buying sensor cables for iPhone 4's and 4s' from pacifictoy. I know the quality isn't the best but I never have a problem with changing the 4s' sensor cable. The proximity sensor will always work. But when I do CDMA iPhone 4's I can't get the proximity sensor to work, but the lock button and everything else does. Please leave me your suggestions and if anyone else has this problem. Also where should I purchase the lock cables from for around the same price that could solve this problem. Thanks for your time.
06-07-2013, 01:26 AM #2
You can get them quite a bit cheaper almost anywhere else, especially if you start ordering from china. The proximity sensor issue went rampant a while back. Took forever to work out the kinks through many of my suppliers. Doesn't happen too often anymore but if you switched out the cable you have to remember to transfer the little window that is on the old proximity sensor. They don't usually come with them. For the life of me I can't remember the name of the window right now.Twitter: @irevivalrepairs | Instagram: @irevivalrepairs
iPhone 4/4S Frame Swappers:
Don't forget about that sim tray lever!
iPhone 5 Frame Swappers:
Don't forget about those screen clips!
06-07-2013, 04:33 AM #3
06-08-2013, 01:28 AM #4iPhone 4 4S proximity sensor does not work
When you replace the front LCD Digitizer Screen of iphone 4 or 4S,there is a slight chance you may have dislodged or removed a very small plastic cover and/or a square piece of foam lining over the sensor.The two small stuff are very important to the function of the proximity sensor.Here are 2 effective solutions to solve the issue of iPhone 4 4S proximity sensor does not work.
1.The first method--blacken the sensor
2.The second method--cover the sensor with a black tap
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06-08-2013, 05:47 PM #5