iOpener

iOpener

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$19.95

$19.95

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Product Details

Features

Features

Put the heat right where you need it!

  • A simpler and safer way to open a glue-laden device.
  • Heated in a microwave, the iOpener softens adhesive.
  • This kit is designed to service every generation of Apple iPad, but can also be used for many more devices.

Kit Contents:

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Repair Stories

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Heidi Moser's Story Photo #1119573
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My Problem

A broken piece of an headphone plug was stuck in the iPhone headphone jack, so that I could not hear without using speakerphone.

Apple Store was unable to get the piece out.

GripStick Headphone Plug Extraction Tool ($24.95) was not successful in removing it.

I ordered iPhone 6s Lightning Connect . . .

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jfcs's Story Photo #1148511

My Problem

I am a computer repairer based in Townsville, Queensland Australia.

One day, my wife passed me her iPhone 6, saying "I think there's something wrong with my phone". The front screen panel had 'domed' upwards in the middle from the rest of the phone by about 3mm, and there was resistance when I tr . . .

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My Problem

Old display had black and gray stripes on one edge.

My Fix

Really well. iOpener worked very nicely.

My Advice

Instructions were easy to follow, especially with all the pictures. Any pictures I'd take would just look like what's already there.

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My Problem

My wife dropped my Nexus 9 face down and damaged the LCD panel, HTC wanted $300+ to fix it.

My Fix

I received the replacement reconditioned parts (screen/digitiser unit) and followed the step by step instructions on the iFixit site...and it was excellent...the repair was successful and I have my tablet back . . .

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My Problem

My I-Phone battery had a problem

My Fix

This was my first time repairing my iphone to change its battery. I used the battery replacement plus tool kit but i failed to take the battery out of the case. Thus I need to purchase opener kit to get it off. In total, I need two packages to get the battery off. It . . .

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My Problem

The phone arrived before the case, need I say more...

My Fix

The replacement was pretty straight forward following the guide and images provided from the site. I had to remove the home button from the original phone since the one I ordered did not come with one. The home button removal was the most challeng . . .

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My Problem

The battery was old; 70% health according to AccuBattery but more importantly, it was dying at 50% when games or the camera were loaded. Needed to replace that dead battery.

My Fix

No broken parts (rear glass was fine). At some points, I was not sure if I was going to be able to complete a step, but eventua . . .

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My Problem

Friend of mine dropped his phone and shattered the front screen, which made it rather difficult to use.

My Fix

Repair went well overall. The only difficult part I encountered was actually with the replacement part. The front facing camera cable ribbon on the replacement part was a little off and would not . . .

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My Problem

My iPhone 6s accidentally steeped in a cup of water for about 3 minutes, and fried the display due to water damage. Digitizer was working, but the LCD was completely burnt out and I could see nothing. So I opted to replace the full screen assembly as opposed to just 1 potential piece of it.

My Fix

Overall . . .

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My Problem

iPad Air Digitizer

My Fix

Repair guide was great (left a comment) but starting with a cracked screen added complexity

My Advice

Use more heat time with the pad on the iPad than stated, safety glasses are a must, and expect carnage to the old digitizer (hence the need for those glasses).

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