Huawei Nova 3i (INE-LX2) BackLight Ways And Touchscreen Jumper Solution
Welcome to another part of our focused troubleshooting series where we aim to resolve the problems sent to us by our readers regarding their Android devices. In this latest installment, we will tackle the Huawei Nova 3i (INE-LX2) black screen issue and other related problems. If your phone turns on but does not display anything on its screen then you have come to the right place as we will be providing the necessary troubleshooting steps that need to be performed to resolve the issue.
Huawei Nova 3i (INE-LX2) Display Light Ways connection line paths is case you are going to troubleshoot display problem such blank display, dark screen display, white screen (with tones), No backlight LED that is resulted from due to wet damaged or accidentally dropped issues bu the users.
If ever trying to fix Huawei Nova 3i Touch Screen failure issues and you’ll do replacing the touch plate module, trying to calibrate the touch screen setting but unresponsive and restoring, upgrading and flashing the device firmware but nothing happens, the problem still exists and the touch screen left unresponsive.
If you ever already been tried to replace a new replacement LCD screen and new flex cable wire and nothing happens but the display problem still exists like black screen display, blue screen display, white screen display, garbled and saturated screen display.
- White Display
- No Display
- Lines on Display
- Low Light on Display
- No Backlight
- Touch not Working
Huawei Nova 3i (INE-LX2) BackLight Ways Touch Screen Jumper:
Here is the hardware solution of Huawei Nova 3i (INE-LX2) touch ways problem:
Unplug and plug touch screen strip and check.
Plug-in any other good Touch Screen and Check.
This step is to verify whether the problem is in hardware or Huawei Nova 3i touch screen is faulty. If the problem is in hardware then clean touch onboard connector and check.
Gently heat surrounding components of touch screen and check.
Re-solder each pin of the touch connector and check.
- Check the LCD for possiable damaged, cracked or broken. Replace if necessary.
- Check the device firmware, and do a self test and calibration method. update or flash the firmware if necessary. firmware version.
- Check the LCD pin connector for possible damaged. Clean, re-solder or replace if necessary.
- Now Check Continuity between Display connector to the resistor compounds. if any of then is track missing then make a jumper.
- If the above procedures don’t fix the problem the possible faulty is the main engine IC. Try to re-heater rework it.
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