Teardowns I've Worked On
Guides I've Contributed To
My Favorite Guides
- Sometimes, I'll be typing, and I'll have my right hand resting on the space next to the trackpad. If I put too much weight on...
- My iPad's logic board broke and I want to know if I can use the working logic board from an old iPhone I have with a broken s...
- When my foot isn't on the gas and the car is not in gear (it has a manual transmission), the engine will do short revs every ...
- Sometimes, when I open my MacBook, it takes a few minutes to find any wireless networks. On other MacBooks, it takes a few se...
- My optical drive has been dead for about a year, now. I'm considering replacing it, but I'd like to know if there's anything ...
- Looks like this guide would fix your problem.
- Yes, the tools (, ) are linked from the guide.
- Usually that means that your computer can't find a valid install of Mac OS. If your hard drive still works, you can reinstall Mac OS (probably with archive and install).
- We've got instructions for doing that over here: [[Family:iPod Touch]]
- Check the batteries, then check the backup battery. Is there anything else you can tell us about when the problem started?
- Here are all the guides we have for the [[Device:iPhone 4#deviceGuides]
- Find the memory by clicking the link under the picture to the right that says "166 parts". You will have to find your specific model of MacBook pro. We also have a guide on how to install the RAM that will be linked from the part's page.
- Click the link under the picture of the iPhone to the right that says "24 Parts". Find your iPhone, and you can buy the right part. We also have a guide on how to install the part in your phone.
- This has to do with the mac thinking there's an optical audio cable plugged in. I've had this problem many times with my macbook. I ended up fixing it by taking a toothpick and cleaning it out.
- Find your ipod, then find the guide: [[Family:iPod_O
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Quote from grotenbreg:
Wrong chip This is wireless chip
I have updated the guide to reflect this. I confirmed it by googling the part number on the module (DWM W004).
Quote from mbishop:
This is clever, but I've found it more effective to simply pinch the non-stem end of a banana between two fingers. It easily breaks and lets you peel back the banana, retaining the stem (like keener31).
I tried this today, and it worked great except that when I got to the end, about 1/3 of the banana fell on the floor. Luckily, it was still edible. I'll have to perfect my technique.
Quote from oblivio92:
Explain your methods for avoiding that strange spike going into the base of the banana. Is there any way to maximize the amount of this weird-looking thing that is removed?
I just bend it off. When you pull it to the side, it pops off.
"Warning: We'd really appreciate it if you'd pay us a bunch of money to replace your battery instead of just replacing it yourself!"