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Search YouTube & iFixit. Take the time to educate yourself first. Most are willing to help, but that is a critical task that can not be quickly instructed in a few sentences. But it is possible with the right knowledge & equipment. Even when done by a professional micro-soldier, they are generally not replaced- depending on what advice you follow. Technically, they are there for a reason. And even when done correctly, they are difficult for a skilled individual. The most successful chance you have would be to send to iFixit or iPad Rehab for both services (removal & replacement). The individual who stated using a Spurger is misinformed. The EMI shield is soldered on, therefore it must be soldered or heated with hot air at the correct temperature to be removed. When I say correct temp., I mean with in normal limits for small board repair. Such temperature is to avoid not damaging the components at all or further. If you do not own the equipment, be careful what you chose. You need to wayweigh out whether you need data recovery or device resurrection. I believe the answer to that question can be found by my first suggestion.
Search YouTube & iFixit. Take the time to educate yourself first. Most are willing to help, but that is a critical task that can not be quickly instructed in a few sentences. But it is possible with the right knowledge & equipment. Even when done by a professional micro-soldier, they are generally not replaced- depending on what advice you follow. Technically, they are there for a reason. And even when done correctly, they are difficult for a skilled individual. The most successful chance you have would be to send to iFixit or iPad Rehab for both services (removal & replacement). The individual who stated using a Spurger is misinformed. The EMI shield is soldered on, therefore it must be soldered or heated with hot air at the correct temperature to be removed. When I say correct temp., I mean with in normal limits for small board repair. Such temperature is to avoid not damaging the components at all or further. If you do not own the equipment, be careful what you chose. You need to wayweigh out whether you need data recovery or device resurrection. I believe the answer to that question can be found by my first suggestion.

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Search YouTube & iFixit. Take the time to educate yourself first. Most are willing to help, but that is a critical task that can not be quickly instructed in a few sentences. But it is possible with the right knowledge & equipment. Even when done by a professional micro-soldier, they are generally not replaced- depending on what advice you follow. Technically, they are there for a reason. And even when done correctly, they are difficult for a skilled individual. The most successful chance you have would be to send to iFixit or iPad Rehab for both servicesservices (removal & replacement). The individual who stated using a Spurger is misinformed. The EMI shield is soldered on, therefore it must be soldered or heated with hot air at the correct temperature to be removed. When I say correct temp., I mean with in normal limits for small board repair. Such temperature is to avoid not damaging the components at all or further. If you do not own the equipment, be careful what you chose. You need to way out whether you need data recovery or device resurrection. I believe the answer to that question can be found by my first suggestion.
Search YouTube & iFixit. Take the time to educate yourself first. Most are willing to help, but that is a critical task that can not be quickly instructed in a few sentences. But it is possible with the right knowledge & equipment. Even when done by a professional micro-soldier, they are generally not replaced- depending on what advice you follow. Technically, they are there for a reason. And even when done correctly, they are difficult for a skilled individual. The most successful chance you have would be to send to iFixit or iPad Rehab for both servicesservices (removal & replacement). The individual who stated using a Spurger is misinformed. The EMI shield is soldered on, therefore it must be soldered or heated with hot air at the correct temperature to be removed. When I say correct temp., I mean with in normal limits for small board repair. Such temperature is to avoid not damaging the components at all or further. If you do not own the equipment, be careful what you chose. You need to way out whether you need data recovery or device resurrection. I believe the answer to that question can be found by my first suggestion.

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Search YouTubeYouTube & iFixit. Take the time to educate yourself first. Most are willing to help, but that is a critical task that cacan not be quickly instructed in a few sentences. But it is possible with the right knowledge & equipment. Even when done by a professional micro-soldier, they are generally not replaced- depending on what advice you follow. Technically, they are there for a reason. And even when done correctly, they are difficult for a skilled individual. The most successful chance you have would be to send to iFixit or iPad Rehab for both services. The individual who stated using a Spurger is misinformed. The EMI shield is soldered on, therefore it must be soldered or heated with hot air at the correct temperature to be removed. When I say correct temp., I mean with in normal limits for small board repair. Such temperature is to avoid not damaging the components at all or further. If you do not own the equipment, be careful what you chose. You need to way out whether you need data recovery or device resurrection. I believe the answer to that question can be found by my first suggestion.
Search YouTubeYouTube & iFixit. Take the time to educate yourself first. Most are willing to help, but that is a critical task that cacan not be quickly instructed in a few sentences. But it is possible with the right knowledge & equipment. Even when done by a professional micro-soldier, they are generally not replaced- depending on what advice you follow. Technically, they are there for a reason. And even when done correctly, they are difficult for a skilled individual. The most successful chance you have would be to send to iFixit or iPad Rehab for both services. The individual who stated using a Spurger is misinformed. The EMI shield is soldered on, therefore it must be soldered or heated with hot air at the correct temperature to be removed. When I say correct temp., I mean with in normal limits for small board repair. Such temperature is to avoid not damaging the components at all or further. If you do not own the equipment, be careful what you chose. You need to way out whether you need data recovery or device resurrection. I believe the answer to that question can be found by my first suggestion.

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Search YouTube. Take the time to educate yourself first. Most are willing to help, but that is a critical task that ca not be quickly instructed in a few sentences. Even when done by a professional micro-soldier, they are generally not replaced- depending on what advice you follow. Technically, they are there for a reason. And even when done correctly, they are difficult for a skilled individual. The most successful chance you have would be to send to iFixit or iPad Rehab for both services. The individual who stated using a Spurger is misinformed. The EMI shield is soldered on, therefore it must be soldered or heated with hot air at the correct temperature to be removed. When I say correct temp., I mean with in normal limits for small board repair. Such temperature is to avoid not damaging the components at all or further. If you do not own the equipment, be careful what you chose. You need to way out whether you need data recovery or device resurrection. I believe the answer to that question can be found by my first suggestion.

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