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My phone got wet, my fault, ouch. The home button stopped working then started working too well, all by itself.
Fast and super easy with the guide. Took about 35 minutes to get it all apart and about the same to get it back together.
If you replace 1 part you should just replace the other components surrounding it, because chances are they'll have issues too. Especially with water damage. My phone started to act up again so I narrowed it down to the port connector which actually connects to the home button ribbon cable. So lesson learned, spend the extra money up front and don't run the risk of having to teardown the phone again!
The home button wouldn't work and the phone kept turning on - thus draining the battery
It was a long process, but we fixed it. The guides were very helpful. It took approximately 4 hours. The worst part was were that the screws were so small, it was hard sometimes to tell which one you were supposed to use when putting it back together. We had it organized, but one got moved and it was interesting figuring out exactly what size it was. Whoever came up with the guide, THANK YOU!!!
Just make sure when you take it apart, you put the screws in the exact order so that you know which one is which. We didn't realize at the beginning that there were several different sizes and to the eye, they pretty much look the same.
bad home button , bad docking port , bad battery and dialed random contacts by itself when charging.
Didn't want to buy a new phone or go on another 2yr contract. and having it repaired costs to much
The repair went very easy , took a little over two hrs.
take your time , and follow the direction's on this site . label the parts when taken apart . and you shouldn't have a problem !