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[* black] Use an iPod opening tool to slightly lift the top edge of the connector coverwi-fi antenna away from the logic board.
[* black] Use the tip of a spudger to pull the connector coverwi-fi retaining clips away from the inner frame.
[* black] Remove the connector coverwi-fi antenna from the iPhone. Make sure you don't lose the metal clips on the top of the cover where the 4.8mm screw attachesattaches or the 4.8mm screw. That's the primary reason for abnormal Wi-Fi performance after the reassembly.
[* black] Use an iPod opening tool to slightly lift the top edge of the connector coverwi-fi antenna away from the logic board.
[* black] Use the tip of a spudger to pull the connector coverwi-fi retaining clips away from the inner frame.
[* black] Remove the connector coverwi-fi antenna from the iPhone. Make sure you don't lose the metal clips on the top of the cover where the 4.8mm screw attachesattaches or the 4.8mm screw. That's the primary reason for abnormal Wi-Fi performance after the reassembly.
[* icon_caution] Before reassembly, be sure to clean all metal-to-metal contact points on the connector cover with a de-greaser such as Windex. The oils on your fingers have the potential to cause wireless interference issues. '''Do not''' clean the connectors themselves with Windex.