Second generation of iPhone. Model A1241 / 8 or 16 GB capacity / black or white plastic back. Repair is more straightforward than the first iPhone. requires screwdrivers, prying, and suction tools.

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microfone and hear after changing vibrate/ring switch button

Hello,

i bought from you and followed your guide for changing the vibrate/ring switch button .

My iphone is working but i have a problem: can't hear on calls and can not be heard.

i think it has to do with button with number one on your guide (one of the first screenshots).

But i am not having it easy to connect that button.

(butto 3 shows up in step 6 on changing ring/vibration button guide)

Have you got any suggestion?

Tks,

Luis

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since you have 2 mainly unrelated problems - i think you didn't connect the ribbons 3 (earpiece) and ribbon 4 (microphone) correctly.

so the only way to find out is to disassemble it again and check those connections - they can sometimes be very tricky - but if you are careful - you can make it (and don't try to break it)

good luck

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tks for your help.

i have checked and microfone is working correctly, now that i have corrected a connection. but i still can't listen to anyone in normal mode (in external mode i can listen ..)

which should be problem?

tks again

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does the phone "switch" when you cover up the proximity sensor during a call?

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nopes. it stays with the screen on.... do you know what is the cable to see if has any problem? tks

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this should be a problem with cable #3!

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that is what i think, but i am not being capable to insert it all the way... lol

i'll try again later.

tks for your help

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