iPhone 6 dead after screen replacement (professional job)Hi all, I run a professional phone repair business and have done several iphone 6 with no major issues so far. Today I...
Answer to "No Access to ACER ASPIRE V5 471 Bios (Operating System Not found)"I FIXed IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I encountered this problem today. Acer Aspire V5 will not display BIOS menu, no matter how many times you press F2, or whether you remove the HDD or whatever you try. The BIOS on that laptop can only be called from Windows 8 or 10 (not 8.1) , by restarting in recovery mode (aka safe mode) by holding the shift key when hitting restart on windows. So if the computer doesn't boot into the HDD because of a miss-configuration of the BIOS, no luck for you. Today I was fixing a laptop with windows 10. I accessed the BIOS menu as described above (not F2) , then disabled safeboot and enabled legacy boot support and changed the order to be able to boot from CD, as I wanted to boot the computer with a live Linux DVD. The computer rebooted and I could use the DVD, no problem. Once I turned it off again and removed the DVD I got the fatal message error, OPERATING SYSTEM NOT FOUND. I played around and tried the usual tricks (windows installation media, fixboot, and all the usual command...
Answer to "solution to phantom/ghost touches ipad air"I use normal duct tape in all iPad air and ipad 4 and no problems so far. iPad 4 only do the bottom though. regards, miquel
Answer to "White Vertical Lines on LCD"SOLUTION!! Hi everyone! I am a professional phone repairer from down under and, as everyone else, I too experienced the white vertical lines or the white squares issues. I have done some research and experimenting, and now I deal with the problem effectively. This solution is only for lines or squares on the LCD. It's a solution intended for professional repairers; many amateur repairers do damage to the LCD while attempting the repair. Here come some considerations valid for most of the cases: 1 - The problem doesn't come from a defective screen. 2 - This problem is typically experienced with several screens on the same phone. 3 - The problem arises from static electricity. 4 - The problem doesn't occur often with original screens. 5 - The problem is much more likely to happen with low or deteriorated batteries. So when I encounter the problem in a particular phone, I follow this sequence: - Unplug the screen - Unplug the battery - Wait 30 seconds - Brush screen contacts - Replug the screen and make sure...