broken screen, l started fixing little things here and there and with the videos on I fixit easy
Will definitely buy parts from I fixit good quality and great I mean great customer service
I broke the screen after dropping the ipad.
I purchased a new screen and repair kit from iFixit. It was delivered on time, however at the end of the install, I determined that I must have cut through the flex wire that controls the on/off button. I contacted iFixit for some advice and Mike was so v . . .
Shattered my front panel 4 years ago and had it replaced at a local shop with a thick generic panel which decided to stop working late last year.
Since the first repair used Norman double adhesive tape, panel was already popping off long before it stopped working which made replacement really easy an . . .
cracked screen - spiderweb
it was ok, however a cracked screen often means tiny bits.
The fixit youtube video did not show how to replace the home button, it also didn't state that the touchscreen cable to the glass was a part that came with the glass. It also had conflicting information on the heat p . . .
Kids dropped the ipad and it hit the corner and cracked the touchpanel.
Repair was easy with the I removal tool. It loosed the adhesive nicely. Used rubber gloves to prevent fingerprints and the finished repair was good. The bends in the corners were still there but it's not worth getting the tool as . . .
The digitizer was highly fractured, and multiple corners of the frame were bent in.
Straightforward repair, removal of the digitizer was tedious but that was expected. Fixing the frame was easy with a Recorner It Tool.
After you have the digitizer removal started, get a spudger under the adhesive st . . .
Large fissure on from the upper left corner to the lower left corner, and broken glass.
iOpener kit gives you what you need to open up a ipad for presumably most repairs.
The demonstration video works well because the glass itself is intact. If like mine it is in poor condition be prepared to spend a . . .
A friend offered me his iPad that had a badly broken screen for free. He knows that I'm pretty handy with woodworking, so he thought I might give a try with electronics. He had covered it with packing tape, and it was still functional, but it would make some errors recognizing touches, swipes, tap . . .
My dad dropped his iPad while he was on a metro and cracked the screen into a small, intense spiderweb right where the guide said to try to gain access with a larger crack extending from the web to the bottom left of the display.
Overall, not as cleanly and the guide showed because of the location o . . .