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  • Answer to: WiFi Connector Broke While Removing Wif Card

    If you have a small non-conductive tool (e.g. nylon spudger) you should be able to get under the bit that's broken off and gently pry it up. I've ha success with this in the past. Make sure your battery and power are disconnected and use minimal pressure top avoid damaging the Logic Board. Hope this is helpful.
  • Answer to: getting it your iPod fix

    This is a community designed to assist you in repairing you device yourself. There are no in house "repair" employees so to speak. Most of the parts can be purchased from the store. What device specifically do you have and what is the issue? We may be able to help.
  • Answer to: Automatic start without power switch

    Hi Tariqul, It sounds to me like the coin battery has failed. I have attached a link to the guide to replace this. I hope this is helpful. Mac mini Model A1176 PRAM Battery Replacement
  • Answer to: Cracked display with veritical and horizontal lines

    Based on the information provided it appears the LCD panel itself has been damaged. The part can be purchased under the parts section of the website. I've linked the guide below. iPod Touch 4th Generation Front Panel Replacement It is noted as a difficult repair. I hope this is helpful.
  • Answer to: How can I undisable my iPod 3

    You'll need to connect the phone to iTunes then, do the following; Hold down the sleep/wake button (top button) and the home button (round button) at the same time until your device turns off. Release the sleep/wake button but, continue to hold down the home button. You should see a notification from iTunes indicating it has found a device in recovery mode. Then you simply click on the restore button in iTunes. This should resolve th issue. Hope this is helpful.
  • Answer to: has been disabled for 2 million plus minutes

    You'll need to perform a factory restore on the device. This can be accomplished by connecting to itunes, then holding the top (sleep/wake) button and the bottom (home) button at the same time until the display goes black. At this point release the top button but, continue to hold the bottom button. You should get a message in itunes noting that a device in recovery mode has been located. Simply click restore and you'll be good to go. Please note that this will erase any existing content on the iPod. There is no alternative way to disable the password. I hope this is helpful.
  • Answer to: It's narrating everything I do

    Try triple clicking your home button. You have the voice over accessibility feature on. If the triple click doesn't work it's under settings>general>accessibility. You can also disable the triple click feature under the same menu. I hope this is helpful.
  • Answer to: How do I reset my iPhone 3G?

    You'll need to connect the phone to iTunes then, do the following; Hold down the sleep/wake button (top button) and the home button (round button) at the same time until your device turns off. Release the sleep/wake button but, continue to hold down the home button. You should see a notification from iTunes indicating it has found a device in recovery mode. Then you simply click on the restore button in iTunes. This should resolve th issue. Hope this is helpful.
  • Answer to: it wont read the hard drive after I droped it

    Hard drives are mechanical in nature. Think of it as an enclosed record player. A significant impact could definitely cause the drive to become unreadable. Try to boot your machine from an alternate source (i.e. an external drive). I suspect it's the drive before the machine.
  • Answer to: Keyboard Ribbon not locking in.

    There is a small latch on the rear (facing the display side of your machine) black connector that you plug the keyboard into on the logic board. Carefully lift it and insert the keyboard cable. After the cable is seated lock it back in place. Hope this helps.