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August 20, 2014
After many good years of use, the buzzer and home button on my iPhone 4 wore out. Not seeing any really impressive new alternatives, I wanted to fix it.
Great! Lots of small bits, but easy with the online guides.
Lots of small bits. Be sure kids/pets don't get on the surface you're using during the repair.
June 5, 2014
My iPhone 4S was always charging everywhere I went.
The repair was very easy and quick with the tools provided by iFixit. Only 3 screws and some glue. I did it in a few minutes.
Just do the repair in a light room because the screws are so tiny. And have fun. The best part is to turn on the phone and see that it worked. :-)
April 7, 2014
vibrator stopt working
esay fix with your guide
use Ifixit guide
March 3, 2014
Wife's phone. After several years of use, the motor seems to have given out. Tried a few apps (ie. ivibe) first that turn on the motor manually, which only produced a weak vibration that gave out after 1/2 a minute.
After reading the guide and reviews, it took all of 10 mins to complete the repair. A very easy fix.
As the reviews say, it is not necessary to take out the battery to replace the motor. Be careful with the very small screws used to screw the motor in (in particular the one on the right (nearest the side of the case). They can be particularly troublesome to get back on.