- Hi, I had some issues with my speaker so i replaced the dock component, at the same time I tried to fit a cheap china replace...
- Hi guys, I recently took my device to pieces to replace the case, the ringer switch previously didn't work at all. After clea...
- Have you taken the phone to pieces at all or is there any gaps between the case and the bezel? The home button actually makes contact with 2 pins on the dock assembly, so if you're pressing hard it's likely there is an increased gap between the two - perhaps you didn't seat the components properly after it was disassembled. Alternatively, take it to pieces and clean the contacts both on the rear end of the screen and on the dock assembly. Hope this helps! Martin
- You need to unlock your device to access other carriers. Currently this requires baseband(known as modem in the settings->about tab) 05.11.07 which came with firmware 3.1.2. In approximately a week with iPhone OS4 comes out, there should be an unlock solution for the newer 3.x models also. To obtain this Google the iPhone-Dev Team blog as I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post links here. Hope I helped!
- This may sound strange, but I believe if the SIM isn't seated properly this can occur also. I think it's much more likely the antenna is damaged though, the flex cable is delicate.
- for the iPhone, it's screwed in by the ringer/silent switch and goes behind the headphone jack. As stated above I believe this is just GPS and WiFi but I'm not entirely sure.
- I recently took my device to pieces, when the number 1 connector was loose my screen was white. I suspect this is your problem. Remove the two philips screws in the bottom, use some sort of suction to lift the display out (Be careful to remove it from the bottom near the home button), lift it up gently and you will see three cables labelled 1, 2 and 3 at the top. I suspect the number 1 is loose, try to push it back down and then try your phone again! :) Goodluck