After repair, screen does not work, how to check what's wrong?Hey, I repaired the clickwheel and the headphonejack/hold button on an ipod classic. This seems to have worked, as now when e...
What's the best practice for reassembling my phone?My on/off button recently stopped working, which at first didn't matter, till after a failed upgrade I needed to get into rec...
Answer to: I dissembled my iPhone 3G without keeping track of screws!You should notice when a screw really doesn't fit. Also, if you lose a screw here or there depending on where it is it doesn't really matter, functionality should still be restored.
Answer to: What's the best practice for reassembling my phone?Yeah, I know glue wouldn't be a good solution, but as long as you use little of it and it's not conductive it coul work. Any way, I successfully reassembled it now, so here I'm posting some more things that helped me: Unfortunately the part with the headphonejack and the buttons on it is one big part, connected by cables, so very hard to get into place properly. Therefore it is important to figure out which end you have to attach first (silent mode switch I think). Also it helped me a lot to hold the rest of the cable/part in place or out of way with some small strips of see-through scotch tape. This really helped a lot. Also I used tweezers (might only work if they have tip that's pointed inwards) Also to all the people mentioning the proper scredriver to use: I can read. And I fixed my macbook air already which also need a PH#00. But this is the smalles one. And maybe its't just the one I bought here, but they don't always sit nicely in.