That's what I'll have to do. iluxan - 08/17/2011 I think the steps to replace the connectors 6 & 7 should be emphasized because of the size/fragility of the connectors. Mike M - 02/14/2010 Reply I've done all the steps and phone switches on and works just fine with the one exception that I do have a signal! if so.. his comment is here
I had one scary moment where my screen would not turn on but a Hard Reset on the phone fixed it. Tom Brandolini - 05/17/2014 "concentric" is not the right word. As a result the logic board didn't quite fit back into place and I was unable to put two screws back in. I thought I was but when I got the phone back together the earpiece didn't work.
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 CAUTION: Pull with the suction cup near the round button, AND ALSO have someone else support the other end of the display so that only the end of the display with Now to show you how you can mute or unmute your phone without using the physical key, follow what I say. It is too difficult to see.
zneumann66 - 04/23/2013 Reply Add a comment Add Comment 1024 Step 10 Edit Use a spudger to disconnect the ribbon cable labeled "5." Add a comment Add a comment Add Comment 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 cliffcurtis - 08/06/2009 Reply I bought my black iPhone a full housing white cover off ebay. There is a corresponding clip on the opposite side of the north end the logic board, facing east (a bit east of the #6 ribbon cable).
To prevent the battery from bending during the removal process, we recommend against using just the plastic pull-tab . *Note: Removing the battery is NOT necessary for replacing the GPS antenna. Michael - 05/08/2010 Reply Hey Michael, so did you find a solution for this problem. Took it into an Apple Store and it was replaced immediately.Click to expand... I could not reutilize that tiny felt, since I just put too much glue on it and it became a rock solid!
And if anyone knows where to buy a replacement flip tab, that'd be cool too :) cliffcurtis - 08/06/2009 Reply I should also note that I used a little flat head By the way, my mute button is a little short (non Apple genuine part ??) and do not exit correctly through the hole of the back of my 3GS: it is Thanks for the hlep, this website is great! However the Home button will not work until the front panel is back in position, because the electrical connection is done by a pair of touch contacts which only work when
Thanks alot for all the help guys.
Dieter Groll - 05/23/2014 #6 would not reattach. Loading... jargogle - 09/15/2011 Reply Agree with this comment.
The ribbon cable is easily damaged - be very gentle. this content share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply richandhell, Aug 10, 2011 richandhell macrumors newbie Joined: Aug 10, 2011 #6 Hi I have been having the Loading... If you have any concerns or can’t find what you are looking for on our site, please contact us at: 888-494-iFix (4349) Be the first to write your review !
Since my mission was not to mess with or replace the battery anyways I just left it alone. Dimitar Marinov 2,327 views 1:23 iPhone 4 mute button issue! - Duration: 2:02. taylor431 - 12/01/2009 Reply How could the LCD break on this step? weblink Do at your own risk. -Matt share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply ergohack, Jan 8, 2012 ergohack macrumors newbie Joined: Jan 8, 2012
You can not post a blank message. ted if you want to go reply to it I'll mark your answer as having solved my problem if you want:https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4187101 Aug 7, 2012 2:29 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link Look among your friends or the 'Net.
When reinserting the logic board, there is a tab in the top edge of the rear shell case that the edge of the logic board goes under. The button itself has that metal "swing" (for lack of a better word) to it. It works fine when it is switched off (sound on) but does not always work when I flip it to silent mode. I hope this is helpful.
Matt Reply Speak Your Mind Cancel reply Name * Email * Website Search Add Us on Google+ Like Us On Facebook Follow Our Updates On Twitter Follow @appstouse Best iPhone Cydia What is the function of this screw? This will keep glass shards contained and provide structural integrity when prying and lifting the display. http://virtualthought.net/iphone-3gs/iphone-3gs-vibrate-button-not-working.html pedromcerveirapinto - 03/22/2013 Reply I've made all the disassembling process with no problems, but when I put the logic board back the battery starts getting hot and hotter.
Advertisement Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. john - 05/24/2011 Reply Add Comment 1024 Embed this guide Choose a size and copy the code below to embed this guide as a small widget on your site / forum. How do I remove the metal housing? And when I do find it I know I can get back in my phone to put it back.
Turned it back on, tested sound, microphone and wifi. iPhone 3GS Mute Key Replacement – Tutorial iPhone 3GS Mute Switch Fix Video iPhone 4/4S Mute Key Replacement – Tutorial iPhone 4 Mute Switch Fix Video Filed Under: iPad Fixes Tagged TalonTheCoolest's channel SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe3535 Loading... You need to actually glue the piece back where it belongs.
Thanks midiman127 - 04/27/2010 Reply Instructions and notes made this fairly easy to do.
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