iPhone 4 Headphone Jack & Volume Control Cable (GSM/AT&T)

$14.95

Product code: IF182-016
Apple Part #: 821-1033-A, 821-1355-A

 

iPhone 4 Headphone Jack & Volume Control Cable (GSM/AT&T)

$14.95

Product code: IF182-016
Apple Part #: 821-1033-A, 821-1355-A

Product Overview

Listening to music with headphones, like spending the day in a picturesque sauna or dating a beefy troubadour, can be inspirational, therapeutic, and helpful in avoiding talkative bus passengers. Plug into relaxation today with our iPhone 4 headphone jack & volume control cable.

No volume button or mute switch is included. This is only the cable that connects the buttons to the logic board.

Compatibility

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  • All GSM iPhone 4 (Not iPhone 4S)

Product Details

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Compatibility

iPhone 4
16 GB
32 GB
8 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

Ringer and volume controls didn't work.

My Fix

The disassembly went smooth with your step-by-step guide. A little problem came up with the removal of the silence switch. A small piece of metal came off of the back of the switch and I had some difficulty figuring out how to reassemble the switch and there were no pictures of the switch. Finally figured it our through trial and error. Thought we had to replace the phone until locating the fix on Google search to your site. A little difficult but very fruitful. Thanks.

My Advice

A few pictures of the switch and a warning that the small metal plate might detach would have been helpful.

My Problem

volume and mute buttons did not work. After initial openning of iPhone, the ribbon control cable was severed.

My Fix

When iFixit says a repair is "Difficult" they are serious. Be sure to have the iFixit Pro tool kit for these type of repairs. If I hadn't ordered it with my replacement part I don't think I could have made the repair.

My Advice

I almost damaged the antenna cable that attaches at the bottom of system board. When putting any part back on make sure it "fits right". If something seems "off", then it probably is. So go over everything to make sure you haven't missed something.

My Problem

I had a broken power button. It means, I could'nt press it anymore. No effect at all. No black out or switch off function.

My Fix

I went step by step throught the nice and very well described repair guide from ifixit.com

Thanks guis for this very very nice manual!!!

My Advice

What I additionali did, was th following. I took a blank sheet A4 paper and drew some filelds named with the step number on it. During dimanteling I placed the removed parts and screws in the specified field. So it was easy to mout back the parts at the correct place.

My Problem

My son dropped my wife's Iphone on flagstones...

Needless to say cracked screen.

My Fix

2 hr. repair step by step instructions were perfect. I found using the magnetic project mat to label the length of screws and certain parts to be a big help!

My Advice

Use the repair guides and take your time. Not a job for a beginner but very rewarding!

Thanks Ifixit

My Problem

All the volume buttons, mute switch and home button went wrong after two years of proger usage.

My Fix

I fixed both the iPhone 4 Headphone Jack & Volume Control Cable and Home Button Assembly by replacing both two parts. I also replaced the bottom screws for philips screws for easier future repairs or battery replacement.

My Advice

Everything works fine! I can only advice to read everything in these guides and pay close attention to which screws goes to where! Do number them to know which goes where!

My Problem

To provide a phone for my nephew, unlocked, low cost on Straight Talk network. College student needs low costs.

My Fix

Went OK but part had defective head phone jack so had to order another part and do a second time. Part cost is low so I expect the quality of the parts might be suspect.

My Advice

Look at youtube videos too before doing to get comfortable with process of involved repairs.

My Problem

The volume button and mute switch did not work, after a fall

My Fix

I replaced the ribbon cable that linked them to the motherboard

My Advice

Bring a lamp with magnifying glass

My Problem

My friend was offered $38 for his iPhone 4S because the (+) volume button and the power button were broken. After $50 in parts/tools, he received $220 for the fixed phone. In addition, I switched from Verizon to T-Mobile three months ago with my unlocked CDMA iPhone 5, originally purchased outright in 2012. Since T-Mobile is on the GSM network, I purchased an unlocked GSM iPhone 5 on eBay for $250. The buttons barely worked and the screen was very scratched, so I swapped the screens and buttons with my CDMA phone. I now have a GSM iPhone 5 in amazing condition, and sold the CDMA iPhone 5 for $220 to a third party buyer.

My Fix

The repairs were both flawless. They were both time consuming (2-3 hours each), but this was also my first time.

My Advice

Please make the guides clearer about the specific tools required. Sometimes the tool list jumps into two columns, and this makes it hard to look at as a "check list." I missed the fact that I needed a flathead screwdriver for my repairs and had to improvise with a flat hair clip.

My Problem

Fixed bad volume down button and port connector.

My Fix

Very hard install on the volume control. If you are not comfortable with the very small parts do not try.

My Advice

Utilize some type of glue to help stick the tiny parts together besides the adhesive they come with.

My Problem

Volume and sighlent switch didn't work.

My Fix

You need one hour not for beginners.

My Advice

Flat able was completely broken, take care wit the mounting place. Check there is no pressure on the cable from battery.

 

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