Teardowns I've Worked On
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- This Hard Drive started to act strangely a little while ago when it started accessing files slower then normal... On long cop...
- This issue started with a change I made to the phon e with winterboard (turned off one of the background processes like ultra...
- If the problem is with the jack then they should be the same as over-the-ear headphones to fix, if the problem is at the earbud or inside then I would really just shell out the 6$ for a new pair... (Try wiggling various parts to see where the problem is)
- Possibly a HDD problem, possibly motherboard...
- As an alternative try resetting the phone (home and power for a few seconds), try a normal itunes restore, or last resort a DFU restore. If you have the same problem after doing all this then bushing is right, you probably have a digitizer problem.
- Try connecting it to itunes by holding the homebutton down when connecting it to the computer, if it's not recognized, try connecting it in DFU mode.
- Most likely a backlight problem although I dont know my older mac anatomy very well...
- Ya first thing to ask is whether the iPod was damaged by impact or water damage... If it wasnt give a new battery a try
- Why don't you take it apart and make an iFixit teardown. I'm sure it would be appreciated and in the process you'd be able to have a look at that bad motherboard of yours and see if you could find any sort of obvious faults.
- First try hard to remove it using fine pliers if that doesn't work it might be possible to desolder the headphone port from the motherboard and resolder a new one but I don't know where you'd find the jack. This would also be a professional job.
- Make sure the plastic clip is pulled back and with your nail or a spudger push the cable back into the socket and flip down the black plastic securing clip.
- Try holding down the home button while plugging it in this will bring it into DFU mode not Recovery and you might be able to restore. I doubt this problem is harware related as I have seen this problem solved many times by software means. G'luck Liam Speirs
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Sure! I believe the Color/Labeling Feature is one of the most useful tools in your teardown creator. I intend to use it well in all my future teardowns.