Since my mission was not to mess with or replace the battery anyways I just left it alone. Look among your friends or the 'Net. Tim - 09/09/2011 Reply 3G and 3GS camera enclosure: As I was transplanting a 3G cover onto a 3GS, I realized as I was trying to re-assemble the camera that it Flat renting in Berlin for medium-term period My boss asks me to stop writing small functions and do everything in the same loop Coworker throwing cigarettes out of a car, I his comment is here
I heard a snap when mine went into place. The back of the new switch should have an adhesive pad and two fresh plastic lugs. But if you had to ask if it can be replaced, you don't have knowledge to do it yourself! Switch the green mute switch down (towards the back side of the iPhone) into mute position. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2590157?tstart=0
It is one of the connecters you unhooked after the first 3...its located in the top left of the case..Its a circular connecter. Was this answer helpful? You will know the logic board is correctly installed when the SIM tray is aligned with the opening in the iPhone case and the camera module seats neatly into its place. Use the spudger in the center, approaching from the bottom side of the phone, and it flips up easily.
Cor Berkelaar - 03/27/2010 Reply Quote from Cor Berkelaar: How on earth do I get the black ribbon cable back into its connector??? If it's not centered and you apply pressure you will very likely destroy both halves of the connector. Carefully clean the switch with a pin if it appears to be impeded. Was this answer helpful?
Unless the issue gets to the point to where it is constantly vibrating for minutes at a time, which I have also seen happen during my time at Apple, then see Currently my iPhone has become an iPod! This had been happening for about a month or so. https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+3G+Mute+Button+Replacement/581 That’s why iFixYouri will make your repair quickly and expertly.
Problem solved by inserting the screw driver in the s-cup, which gave just the right leverage to control pulling loose the display assembly. but in the end it worked. Cancel surya Rep: 1 Posted: 02/16/2012 Options Permalink History The Same prob i am facing so what i did is just went to settings and done vibrate off that is what If it was loose secure it and reconect and close the Phone.
It worked for me, hope it helps.
My phone was replaced on warranty in February so this must be the case in some newer 3G's. Allow it to guide your logic board into the proper place. Give the author +30 points!
Just be careful at the top of the phone that you don't damage the orange ribbon cable. http://virtualthought.net/iphone-3gs/iphone-3gs-vibrate-switch-not-working.html FREE! The ribbon cable is easily damaged - be very gentle. It was really the cover and I have since discovered it is the actual switch that is the problem.
Add a comment Add a comment Add Comment 1024 Step 21 Edit Remove the mute switch from the rear case. 2 comments Be carefull to put the mute button in the I forgot connector 5 and had to take the phone back apart. I mistakenly tried to pry up the wrong piece, but fortunately didn't do too much damage before I realized this. weblink We value our customers and strive to provide them with excellent service, quality parts, and skilled iPhone repair technicians.
I followed the tutorial and the rest of the buttons on the ribbon all work. If your replacement battery already includes an adhesive backing, you're all set. Be careful.
christine - 04/13/2014 Reply Add a comment Add Comment 1024 Step 3 Edit Remove the metal handle from the suction cup. Superglue should work, I used some fake eyelash glue, that seems to be doing fine. Lab colleague uses cracked software. rclyons - 06/22/2013 Reply Add a comment Add Comment 1024 Step 15 Edit Slide the logic board towards the dock connector and out of the iPhone.
Lenore - 01/31/2010 Reply Quote from Lenore: When reversing directions for reassembly, the logic board needs to be clipped into the clips on the side. ++ Although I would say "needs I finally had to give up. Andy iggy1967 *at* hotmail.com iggypop - 04/23/2010 Reply I'm having a hard time reversing this process. check over here Good directions.
Use a spudger to flip up the white plastic tab holding the ribbon cable "3" in place. Luckily, you can remove just the camera enclosure from the 3GS and transplant it to the 3G. Which of the items I had led to me getting a lot of black hearts? Alan Tocheri - 04/24/2010 Reply Alan, I have taken everything apart but cannot figure out how to release the ribbon from the vibrate button?
This is important, as sometimes the SIM card slot will not align into place. You'd think Apple didn't want us to be able to replace the battery. Mathew Taylor - 01/18/2011 Reply When re-installing the mother board ensure that all of the previoulsly diconnected connector cables are out of the way and do not become trapped by the Maybe a close-up picture of the connector might be helpful, seems that a lot of people screw up badly here.
Double did that to make sure. Be very careful when assembling not to force the connector down; It should click actually quite easily once it's placed properly. All very odd.
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