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January 19, 2012
iPhone shared but, returned destroyed… It come back entirely striped and dug by shock. And fissured screen.
I entirely dismounted it and reassembled, without any problem.
The problem is solved, it acted as you said, it was a simple problem of connection.
October 14, 2011
September 10, 2011
The old rear case was starting to break up, cracks have appeared around the headphone jack and in the centre of the dock connector,
The replacement went ok, wasn't as easy as I thought it would be as the replacement case had a few faults such as a screw hole for the Mute switch and a screw hole for the on/off button were filled with the glue that is used to attach the front metal bezel to the rear plastic case. Also no thread on one of the vibrator mount screws. If your not a handyman then maybe you shouldn't attempt it. Glue was removed from the holes with a red hot pin.
Be prepared to do some modifications, you need to transfer the 2 locating pins for the logic board from the old case to the new.
Make sure all the metal tabs and holes are in the right place, all must line up before tightening the screws, this includes heights and depth.
August 24, 2011
Rear panel was twisted
Everything perfect, phone works except for the wifi and the gps. I think there is a connector not correctly fixed.
The screws of the iphone are so tiny, that it is best to use a magnifying glass