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The braided Copper in a desoldering wick absorbs solder from pre-existing joints. Removing old solder simplifies the task of soldering new components to thru-hole and surface mount joints.
May 13, 2013
I phone 1 Would not take a charge (number of time)but several weeks later after allowing to drain it took a full charge and have not yet therefore changed the battery. Have received all items, excellent service next day delivery. Thank you.
December 18, 2012
My son has had his iPod touch for about 2 or more years and the battery was at a point that the unit would not hold a charge for very long. He uses this thing continuously and it is important to him. I had seen on iFixit that you had a replacement battery and the tools/instructi
Did the repair in very short order, the instructions on the iFixit website guiding me all the time and the repair was a success, i am a hero because of you guys!
November 9, 2012
I am not happy with the pricing on the the existing pressure sensitive graphics tablet/monitors so I have been experimenting with making my own.
I'm not sure what I'm doing so this may be a disaster but 1) I will learn so much from the process and 2) I may end up with an awesome homemade version of a Cintique.
None to offer yet
June 30, 2012
orig. battery was weak, didn't hold much charge
The first battery from iFixit resulted in a phone that appeared bricked. Phone would start but not boot, not able to restore or leave recovery mode. DFU mode could be achieved but nothing else.
Mike picked up my comment on the "meta" site and suggested I send a note to support@ifixit.
The second battery arrived, I removed the first replacement and reinstalled the phone's original battery --- it booted up perfectly. I removed that and installed the new, second battery from iFixit and all's well.
If you fear the worst, reinstall your old part and verify you can get back to the original condition that required a fix (if applicable, of course.)
And go slow with the back cover. I bent it where it meets the antenna cover and now doesn't close completely.
April 15, 2012
Battery was not holding a charge
I was definitely scared about attempting this project. The first challenge (prying open the antennae cover) was very daunting. I've uploaded a pic for illustration purposes - A is where I started to pry open the case, and B is the correct location for prying open the start of the back cover. Once I got that part off, my confidence became stronger as I continued. I must say this is a difficult task, but is doable with steady hands and calm nerves.
Buy all the suggested parts and tools, follow along with the online guide ( I used my hp tablet ). I also think that the guide needs to be more explicit. Prying of the black part n this device is the hardest, once you get it off the rest is a piece of cake.