Answer to: Has anyone attempted to separate LCD from Glass Digitizer?I’ll pose yet another question to answer your question… What will it cost and what mechanical knowledge is required to professionally separate digitizer glass from the LCD? There are two scenarios: 1. You’ve damaged your digitizer screen and want to salvage the LCD. You want to defy everything that you’ve heard about botched screen extractions. You’ve purchased a digitizer screen and LCD, separately, from two different foreign companies. The neither foreign seller can offer you instruction or even instructional video on how to do the repair. They’ll just say: “it’s easy.” Right, buddy! 2. You’ve managed to come across a local company that has the proper equipment, but wait… The parts cost you USD$30.00 altogether and the company that will fuse the parts together, properly, will want $20.00 to do it for you. Under the circumstances you should have simply purchased the digitizer/LCD full assembly and spared yourself the runaround and backflips. Scenario #1: has a failure rate of 9.5 out of 10 attempts. Do you r...
Answer to: How to change a home button ribbonA silver, contact lense-shaped metalic dome is adhered on just the underside of your home button. The adhesive film is wrapped over the metalic dome to keep it in place under the home button. The adhesive film will dry out, loosen or shift from hundreds of home button presses. Once loose, it seperates from the back of the home button and may shift slightly, which causes "ghost presses" that will cause the device to make spontanious and eratic jumps back to the home screen. It jumps to home on its own, so if you're in one of the apps; the home button may "ghost press" and initiate a call, some other app or command that's normally initiated by your physical press of the home button. The home button becomes jammed and you may have to press it multiple times to regain control of your device. The solution is to remove the home button flex and replace it, if you can't re-adhere it properly.