iPhone 5 screen was smashed.
Keep track of the screws.
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My screen shattered pretty horribly so I decided to try and replace the screen myself instead of paying someone.
It was tedious and there were a lot of different screw sizes to keep track of. A few of the steps required patience and the comments for different steps of the guide really helped. The dif . . .
Shattered screen, power button was unresponsive.
The power button/volume control ribbon cable replacement was tough, I had to take almost everything out of the phone except the headphone jack and lightning connector. The button response is still not great, but it does work if I press firmly after the . . .
Dropped my phone and the screen was totally shattered, it's cheaper to self fix and fun
It totally works! so scared that it wouldn't. I haven't done anything like this before so it was great and I feel accomplished and my phone works so I can get back in the loop
Follow the comments for each step, the . . .
Phone dropped, screen top popped out, and screen had power but no picture.
All went just as the video shows, except the home button contacts was a bit harder to remove even with heat. And then they wouldn't stick onto the new screen. With a bit of patience—holding it down for a minute or so—all . . .
Had just replaced my screen and home button. Worked great, then I dropped the phone and had to order a new screen.
Too went well but I must have ordered the stripped down version. First replacement included the camera already installed and the silver metal bracket that attaches to the display. Tho . . .
Shattered my screen, would rather re-use than upgrade and recycle.
Simple repair; the only complication was that the glass was almost fully gone, and suction only served to remove more of it.
Put tape over broken glass before attempting suction, and go slowly to avoid tearing.
This screen is not as go . . .
The front screen was completely cracked
The repair the first time around failed because of a defective screen. However, I contacted iFixit and they sent me a replacement screen. I sent them the defective screen with a returned shipping label that was provided and I accidentally forgot to remove my or . . .
Cracked glass screen. Wanted it repaired in lieu of buying a new phone and chose to replace the screen and digitizer as YouTube videos of how to repair just the glass seemed too labor intensive and I found it easier to replace both. Sorry, no pictures taken.
The instructions were great, albeit, I d . . .