MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011/Late 2011/Mid 2012) Airport/Bluetooth Cable

  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011/Late 2011/Mid 2012) Airport/Bluetooth Cable

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011/Late 2011/Mid 2012) Airport/Bluetooth Cable

Condition: Used

$24.99

$24.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

Is your computer having communication problems?

This cable connects the wireless board to the logic board. Identified by 821-1312-02 printed on the cable.

Repair Stories

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My Problem

Wifi and Bluetooth wouldn't want to work. Could really figure out why and then read the problem descriptions here that 100% matched mine.

My Fix

No problems whatsoever. Just did the steps, worked like a charm!

My Advice

No advice, no! Just follow the guide and you'll be fine.

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My Problem

My wifi wasn't working on my mid 2012 MacBook Pro. I first decided to replace the actual Airport card but my wifi still wasn't working. So I called Ifixit and they said to try replacing just the cord instead. I did that, and I have not had any problems since. I also got my money back for the airport . . .

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My Problem

I was a wifi no hardware installed error and lost my bluetooth capability

My Fix

The repair was super easy with the aid of ifixit tool kit. The cable was all that's needed to fix the problem. I'm glad that I did not over react by purchasing a new wifi card as well.

thank you for sharing other people's expe . . .

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My Problem

My laptop began not connecting to WIFI or losing the connection and not reconnecting. Eventually I noticed the dreaded "WIFI hardware not found" message.

My Fix

I looked online until I stumbled across this part and the comments. Most people were saying how replacing this cable fixed their problem. I can hap . . .

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My Problem

I was having issues with my Wifi Dropping a lot. After researching I found out that there was an issue with the Airport/Bluetooth Cable.... so rather then paying Apple to diagnose that I needed a new Airport/Bluetooth Cable and charge me an arm and a leg to repair it... i figure I would try this ou . . .

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My Problem

My computer randomly started telling me there was no wifi hardware installed, and while it would often fix itself if I restarted the computer, after a while the problem persisted. I tried resetting the SMC/PRAM, reinstalling the software, downloading programs, all that great stuff before I concluded . . .

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My Problem

My airport/bluetooth card blew in my MacBook Pro, and I needed a replacement ASAP. Mac doesn't sell their parts without the install and I have IT that does it here, so I just needed the parts.

My Fix

Perfectly.

My Advice

Don't buy Apple ;-p

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My Problem

Little buy little i began to loose airport connection, tried every software issues, plist, etc.. Then message "no hardware found remained.

My Fix

Changed the wifi device, no use, before bringing it to a repair shop i ordered an airport bluetooth cable, changed it and it works fine.

My Advice

Should have began with th . . .

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My Problem

After replacing my macbook pro hard drive with an ssd one my airport/bluetooth failed on my computer. Probably because I broke something internally when I took it apart in the first place. No amount of software changes or restarts fixed it.

My Fix

Easy as.

I bought each component - helps that fixit supply . . .

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