Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
I came across this post and it worked for me: I had firmware 1.1.2. But I also read a pot to that that for firmware 1.1.4 it didn't work.
This is the General.plist file that adds a touchscreen setting to your General Settings. It can alter the touchscreen sensors, with 0 being a high sensor (which is what I have set mine to now) and 16 being the lowest sensor (can't move anything). Default setting is 3.5.
Upload the file to Applications/Preferences.app and you're set!
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to have the flex cable that connects the screen to the main board replaced.
I have done this myself, but unless you are good with a soldering iron, it's best to left to a proffessional repairer.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
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