If even after replacing the HDMI port you have issues, such as no video display, white light of death or HDMI outputs on low resolution, it only means there might be a problem somewhere else along the video line on PS4 motherboard. Things to check when you need to debug a PS4 HDMI port repair you’ve just done, would be APU BGA, Panasonic MN86471A HDMI transmitter, choke coils in between the transmitter and pinouts of the port. Once the port gets damaged, it is quite easy to short these little pins inside the port. And so if the shortage happens when your PS4 is on, it is very likely something else along the line gets damaged.
If it happens, a PS4 HDMI port repair might not be enough. You might even have to replace an HDMI controller. It is a QFP64 package, meaning removal and replacement of this component is even a more complicated task. It also does not help that there are no new ones you could purchase, so every single one you buy from the grey market could potentially be faulty. Therefore, you need to test it before you spend your precious time micro soldering tiny sixty-four pins to the board.