iPhone 3G and 3GS Front Panel Adhesive Strips

  • iPhone 3G and 3GS Front Panel Adhesive Strips
iPhone 3G and 3GS Front Panel Adhesive Strips

$2.99

$2.99

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Product Details

Description

Description

Replace the adhesive strips holding the front panel to the front frame case of an iPhone 3G or iPhone 3GS. Use these custom cut adhesive strips to fix a loose front panel or to close the panel after a repair. Includes two custom-cut adhesive strips for installation of the iPhone 3G Front Panel or iPhone 3GS Front Panel.

Note

Due to continuing improvements, actual product may differ slightly from photo.

Compatibility

iPhone 3G
16 GB
8 GB
iPhone 3GS
16 GB
32 GB
8 GB

Repair Stories

dgantt1994's Story Photo #259491
dgantt1994's Story Photo #259489
dgantt1994's Story Photo #259490

My Problem

My daughter dropped her (our old) iPhone 3GS and shattered the front glass. Her phone needed frequent charging so while I was repairing it, I decided to go ahead and get a new battery also. Took the opportunity to go ahead and order a new 4S rear panel for my wife's phone that was also cracked fro . . .

gonzaoviedo's Story Photo #255197
gonzaoviedo's Story Photo #255199
gonzaoviedo's Story Photo #255198

My Problem

screen broken and rear case with too much miles.

The on/off button doesn't work and there was no volume up/down button

Oh! And the battery was almost dead :)

My Fix

excellent!

Thanks to the guide, i had no trouble to make it work.

My Advice

stick to the guide ;)

TomSwift's Story Photo #338664
TomSwift's Story Photo #338661

My Problem

Had a shattered front glass on an spare, working 3GS that was being used as a perfect music storage device [via usb hookup into a JVC car stereo]. Wanted to fix the glass to use it as a phone in Europe, since the electronics were all operational in the phone. Touchpad worked fine through the shatter . . .

outgolfing's Story Photo #304890

My Problem

I got hammered one night and tried to jump over a fence to impress a girl. Instead of landing on my feet, i landed on my phone and shattered the screen.

My Fix

The repair went well, I highly recommend having the metal spudger handy when replacing the screen. The hair dryer i borrowed from the girl i was tr . . .

My Problem

Shattered glass, fell on its edge. I looked into just replacing the digitizer, but removing and gluing back the display appeared too much pain.

My Fix

You need lots of light and parts are very tiny. Take your time, I would recommend two hours. If you did it before, you can probably do it in half an hour.

My Advice

Wat . . .

My Problem

Wife had an old 3GS which ended up in her lunch bag along with a half full coffee travel mug. Mug leaked, phone was soaked. Bought the wife a Samsung 4G (which I now think she planned). Decided to fix the 3GS and give it to my 5 year old minus the SIM card.

My Fix

Replaced the battery, home button switch w . . .

My Problem

After several years, the battery just would not hold electrons correctly anymore.

My Fix

Followed the step by step directions on this site and they are spot on. The notes on lifting connector 1 and the gold grounding are very important.

After a little struggle with the screw for the camera, the phone is fu . . .

My Problem

The front panel was cracked so bad, I didn't think I could fix it.

My Fix

I followed the slide show to the tee. I had a little trouble getting the glass off, I bought the tool set and it helped alot.

My Advice

No advise, everything the slides showed worked.

My Problem

classic problem, shattered front piece of glass on 3gs. the replacement is cheap and the fix is pretty easy on this model. note that on newer models (iphone 4, 4s) this may not be the case since the glass is fused to the display.

My Fix

this is the second time I've replaced the glass on my 3gs in about a . . .

My Problem

The plumber was just at my house about to install a new shower head in our bathroom. Naturally a part was cracked, so I had to go and replace it. The box wasn't correctly closed unbeknownst to me. So, as always, I'm in a hurry to get out the door and make it back so I can pick up my daughter from s . . .

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