iPhone 4 Power and Sensor Cable (CDMA/Verizon)

 
 

iPhone 4 Power and Sensor Cable (CDMA/Verizon)

$19.95

$19.95

Product Details

Features

Features

Restore the balance of power and sense to your iPhone 4.

  • Is your phone acting a bit lifeless? It might be time to replace the power and sensor cable!
  • Contains the proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, and power cable.
  • Each cable is hand-inspected by iFixit Techs.
  • You will need to either replace your earpiece speaker or swap it with your old one.
 

Compatibility

iPhone 4 Verizon
16 GB
32 GB
8 GB
 

Repair Stories

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My Problem

The screen on an iPhone 4 was smashed. Wanting to upgrade to an iPhone 6 and be able to trade-in old iPhone for the most cash back.

My Fix

After a number of stops and starts in the process, I was able to successfully take the phone completely apart and put it back together. The hardest part for me was all o . . .

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My Problem

Home and power button failure

My Fix

If you take your time and have proper tools, everything will go fine. This was mostly simple for me as I have a background in repairing electronic devices.

My Advice

Use proper tools

Have lots of lighting

Work on a hard, stable surface

Be gentle. The parts are small and delica . . .

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My Problem

The button was no longer "clicky" hence my ordering this kit.

My Fix

Overall, the guide was pretty straightforward, but getting the earpiece speaker to stay in place and the logic board to seat properly in the case during reassembly were the two most time-consuming steps.

It was quite the feeling of reli . . .

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My Problem

Power switch on sister's iPhone 4 quit working a long time ago. Didn't depress or click at all. Battery would wear down quickly waiting for the screen to time out and go to sleep, and things would sometimes bog down without the ability to reboot the phone.

My Fix

Repair worked like a charm. Took longer than . . .

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My Problem

After about 4 years of owning an iPhone 4, the battery finally started to degrade to the point it would get a couple hours of use before shutting down. Mind you, I treated the device very carefully, never overcharging the battery overnight or other rookie moves that can kill it faster. So it had a g . . .

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My Problem

Power Button unresponsive. Used "accessibility" settings to turn off iPhone. Plugged into charger to turn on. A pain in the you know what.

My Fix

The power button was fine. Per ifixit, I went directly to replacing the iPhone 4 Power and Sensor Cable. Viola!

My Advice

(1). Tape the screws down on sheet of paper and l . . .

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My Problem

Power switch stop working. Felt no spring/tactical feel to switch.

My Fix

Went ok. Few differences from a 4s. IFIXIT instruction are very useful. I did find that the iPhone4 instructions were less detailed than the 4s. When lose parts would come into play the 4s instructions would call them out. This was . . .

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