[Solved] Missing part - related to WiFiI have this piece of metal left over after replacing my home button. Where does it go? I have been looking at all the teardow...
Answer to: Strip down and rebuild, now power button is not respondingThanks for your help guys. I stripped it down again to no avail. So I just told the wife to use it as is for the time being. She then dropped it last week and smashed the replacement screen! The second replacement screen arrived and I was much more careful when pulling the ribbon cables through the casing this time. What do you know, the power button now works. I must've bent the cables too much on the original repair job. Thanks again.
Answer to: Power button not working after screen replacement(2 small metal piecesI found that the two ribbon cables on the new digitiser that you bought are very flimsy. You have to poke them through the casing when you connect the new screen to the out case. And if you don't pull them through the hole properly when snapping the screen and the case together, then they can bend. Too much bending means the cable is comprimised. I had exactly the same problem as you, whereas everything worked fine after I replaced my wife's screen except the power button. As luck would have it, she dropped her phone AGAIN and broke the screen so she bought another new digitiser and I was more careful with this one and the power button now works again.