Battery wouldn't hold a charge. Full at 8 am then by noon it's at 40% and I never made a call....dead before I got off work.
Followed the guide, and while very perilous because of the sensitivity of all the parts and their microscopic size, I followed it to the letter and when I powered it on afterwards it worked like a charm.
Patience...Patience...Patience. Work slow. If you don't know what you are doing, FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS. read them first and go slow. Also for me, I just used the 2 tools that came with it and that was fine, but a suction cup (small one) is very helpful for the first step of lifting up the screen. I used two sided tape, but a small suction cup is guide recommended and in my opinion a good thing to have. Otherwise, straightforward repair...take your time and you shouldn't have issues.
It's time to speak out for your right to repair
Right now, Minnesota has a chance to pass the first Fair Repair bill in the nation.
We have a chance to guarantee our right to repair electronics—like smartphones, computers, and even farm equipment.
We have a chance to help the environment and stand up for local repair jobs—the corner mom-and-pop repair shops that keep getting squeezed out by manufacturers.
We've been working with local repair companies, non-profit refurbishers, and tech-savvy politicians to come up with a solution. And they've done just that — Minnesota is the first state to consider a Fair Repair Bill.
If you agree with us, find out who represents you in the Minnesota House of Representatives.
Tell them you support the bipartisan Fair Repair Bill, HF 1048. Tell them that you believe repair
should be fair, affordable, and accessible.