battery connector is not accessible without removing the display first………. and reassembling, battery has to be connected first, then the plastic piece and then the display
Terrible video, no description just horrible music/noise
search youtube for iphone 6 tristar, there are much better videos
I have done lots of these on 7 and 7+………. can be done without removing the logic board, which saves a lot of steps.
Gently lift it and slide something underneath it to free it, and you can slide the old port flex out and the new one in……. just make sure its
in the right position and you can connect it to the board before setting the logic board back down.
yes 2 solder connection are hidden under a tiny piece of thin black tape, on the underside of the speaker.
To replace just the earspeaker, you will have to re-use the the flex assembly which is soldered to the earspeaker…….
the 2 solder connection are hidden under a tiny piece of thin black tape, on the underside of the speaker.
For beginners, this video explains the basic steps and equipment needed to replace any soldered usb port on any device.
And It is explained without annoying music.. LOL
The 2 ribbon cables connecting the screen to the motherboard are very easily torn………. but can be replaced
I would suggest watching this video first……….. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dP35bO-T...
Very confusing…… there are 2 parts to this phones screen….. The top glass which is the Digitizer, and the display below it that displays the picture, commonly referred to as the LCD. You constantly refer to the LCD as the digitizer……… its not. On many galaxy phones the digitizer IS part of the LCD but on this model it is not.