iPhone 4S Power and Sensor Cable

iPhone 4S Power and Sensor Cable

$19.95

$19.95

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Product Details

Features

Features

The iPhone 4S cable that's got it all.

  • Contains the proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, and power cable.
  • You will need to either replace your earpiece speaker or swap it with your old one.

Compatibility

iPhone 4S
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
8 GB

Repair Stories

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My Problem

Power switch was not working.

My Fix

This is the second time i replaced the power/sensor cable.

The first time was 2 years ago and i managed to fix it with the help of ifixit also.

My Advice

I didn't remove the front facing camera (steps 26 & 27) while replacing the cable and it was ok.

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My Problem

Worn out switch under power button

My Fix

Very challenging. The most difficult was Step 31 "unclipping" the sensor clip and "unwrapping" the cable from the ear speaker.

My Advice

Put all the screws into cupcake papers and number them from the steps and colors where they were removed.

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My Problem

During replacement the iphone 4s display I've damaged the power cable, so I've bought and replaced also the power cable.

My Fix

successful

My Advice

just follow the guide of ifixit

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My Problem

Phone took over 24 hours to charge and would only hold the charge for a couple hours.

My Fix

The fix went really well but after I got it all put back together the microphone didn't work, I pulled it all back apart and there was a tiny plastic film over the microphone that is part of the Dock Connector, put . . .

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My Problem

Broken screen

My Fix

Terrible.

My Advice

Pay someone that knows what they are doing...

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My Problem

The power button on my wife's 4s broke - the common problem they have with the flex circuit.

My Fix

I worked step by step, took my time and at the end the phone repair was successful.

My Advice

A plastic spuder tool is too fragile to remove the battery. Use the heavier duty prying tool to release it from the frame. T . . .

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My Problem

Power button stopped working unless you pressed really hard for a long time.

My Fix

A bit more "Advanced" then I originally anticipated, The Connectors are under the logic board- so it was a complete teardown and reassembly.

My Advice

Yes- do it-- once you take these things apart- there isn't much to them and there ar . . .

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My Problem

Cracked panels, front and back. Bad ear piece speaker, bad power button

My Fix

The repairs went extremely easy considering I have never repaired any type of phone. I purchased an IFIXIT tool kit from Radio Shack. That is how I found you guys. My parts came in on time and repairs took place. One phone I had . . .

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My Problem

Power button did not work.

My Fix

Repair was very simple, but took time & patience.

My Advice

Do not remove front facing camera when installing this part. It is not necessary & very hard to place back if removed. If the power button is not functioning properlyl it is not the actual button that's bad it is the piece be . . .

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My Problem

Initially, the power button had stopped functioning on my sisters 4S. I attempted to replace it with a part from a different online retailer, but the repair was unsuccessful. Once I figured out that the part was defective (replaced with the original power and sensor cable), I decided to order the sa . . .

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