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Released September 21, 2018. Models A1921, A2101, A2102, A2104. Available as GSM or CDMA / eSIM or nano-SIM / 64, 256, or 512 GB / Silver, Gold, or Space Gray. (Pronounced "iPhone 10 S Max.")

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iPhone XS Max restarts every 4 minutes after screen replacement

I have an iPhone XS Max that appeared fine after a screen replacement. The screen is aftermarket, and the phone now restarts every 4 minutes. Everything seems to work fine in those 4 minutes, battery charged, cameras work, touch works, receives texts, makes calls. Is it just a bad screen? Already tried updating all of the apps and even restored the phone. I have the phone coming back in and will put the original back on to see if that fixes it. Any ideas?

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update: phone came back in and original screen did not fix the problem. Have tried to restore again, and use TenorShare to fix any issues software wise. Still no luck.

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Any update on this issue?

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Still no updates or answers from anyone

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Welcome to the modern times of aftermarket screen replacements.

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Hey Matt,

I used to work for Apple and am assuming you did the screen replacement at a place that wasn't through Apple. You mentioned you already got the original screen back on which didn't help to fix the restarting issue. Is that phone still under the original 1 year warranty through apple? I assume that you didn't get Apple care otherwise you would have done the screen replacement through them?

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The charging flex cable might have been damaged during screen replacement. Or you can also check the USB IC as mentioned in the repair guide here.

A rare case of iPhone X Keeps Restarting - Motherboard Repair

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change the frames 100% worked!

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What do you mean change the frames

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