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Ist dein Display gesprungen oder defekt? Dann tausche es aus.

Stecke zum Entfernen der SIM-Karte ein Werkzeug oder eine Büroklammer in das kleine Loch neben der Kopfhörerbuchse.
  • Stecke zum Entfernen der SIM-Karte ein Werkzeug oder eine Büroklammer in das kleine Loch neben der Kopfhörerbuchse.

  • Drücke vorsichtig, bis der SIM Karteneinschub herauskommt.

To remove the SIM, insert the end of a SIM eject tool or a small thin paper clip into the hole on the SIM tray. Press firmly and push the tool straight in until the tray pops out.

http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1438

duanekdunn - Antwort

I put the SIM card back in, and the slide to unlock does not work.

dean -

Ziehe den Einschub für die SIM Karte aus dem iPhone heraus.
  • Ziehe den Einschub für die SIM Karte aus dem iPhone heraus.

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  • Das Bild zeigt die zwei Klammern und die zwei Rasten an der Unterseite der Antennenabdeckung. Die beiden Klammern oben im Bild müssen in Richtung der schwarzen Abdeckung gedrückt werden, um gelöst zu werden.

YOU NEED TO PUT THE OPENER TOOL BETWEEN THE ANTENNA COVER AND THE DOCK CONNECTOR FIRST, THEN YOU WILL HAVE SPACE TO OPEN IT.. MY 2 CENTS

riversde - Antwort

You better lay off the caps.

lol SPLAAT -

Very hard to remove and the plastic is very fragile

Take care when removing

miguelvillela - Antwort

When you get stuck follow this guy guide

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYHnr89HM...

miguelb - Antwort

Great Guide.

My dad banged his iPhone in a table after arguing with someone and got the aluminum cover next to the volume control bent in such a way as it got the volume control stuck in the max position. I used this guide to remove all parts out of the way so I can get the shape of that region and corrected it the "Han Solo" Way. It was an excellent opportunity to get the phone cleaned up as well

The biggest problem I had was screwing some of the screws back. The screwdriver that I had was not magnetized, so I used a little bit of superglue to bind the screw and the screwdriver until I had it screwed tightly.

The second biggest problem I had was that I lost a screw twice, but was lucky enough to find it quickly on the floor next to me.

I am very happy as I waited more than a month to get the confidence to get this iPhone repaired.

lantinian - Antwort

how do i know what part is in my phone? There are 2...

Ivanfrost - Antwort

Zitat von Ivanfrost:

how do i know what part is in my phone? There are 2...

Once you have the phone apart and have gently unplugged the power ribbon, read the part number on the ribbon. If it's in the 821- family, you can safely use corresponding 821 headphone assembly. If it is the other part number, use the newer replacement. Many sites list both parts and let you order the appropriately numbered part. Otherwise (if you order the wrong part) it won't work or you'll have to [unnecessarily] hack the part to get it to work.

Steve - Antwort

Zitat von Steve:

Once you have the phone apart and have gently unplugged the power ribbon, read the part number on the ribbon. If it's in the 821- family, you can safely use corresponding 821 headphone assembly. If it is the other part number, use the newer replacement. Many sites list both parts and let you order the appropriately numbered part. Otherwise (if you order the wrong part) it won't work or you'll have to [unnecessarily] hack the part to get it to work.

I bought the wrong one.... how do I hack it?

Rune Smistad - Antwort

My iPhone is very first model. It doesn't have any of the four tabs shown.

gameplayer2 - Antwort

The very first model does not have the four tabs. To open this version, use a plastic opener tool and push it into the middle of the tiny space between the rectangular dock connector and the antenna cover. Move the tool to the side and push it in a little deeper. A small gap should open up at the bottom of the antenna cover, where it meets the metal. Continue using the plastic opener tool in there, pushing it in and forcing it around the edge so that the antenna cover further separates. Then repeat this on the other side. To me it seems like a very brittle piece of plastic, so be careful. But now that it's loose at the bottom you can lift it with your fingers and work it off.

Alexander Ljungberg - Antwort

  • Achte unbedingt darauf, den Metallspaten zwischen Dockanschluss und Antennenabdeckung zu schieben, und nicht in den Dockanschluss selbst.

  • Führe den Metallspudger in den Spalt zwischen Dockanschluss und Antennenabdeckung. Schaffe vorsichtig mit einer leichter Drehbewegung in der Nähe der beiden Klammern einen Spalt zwischen Antenneabdeckung und der silbernen vorderen Einfassung.

Take heed to the note about getting the spudger between the dock connector and the cover. The dock connector is black plastic, as is the antenna cover, so it's difficult to see any gap between them. Putting the spudger between the metal shielding of the connector and the plastic is incorrect.

Michael Lance - Antwort

Rens' duct tape technique (see comment in step 6 section below) worked very well. No need to risk breaking the antenna with a spudger.

jbshoe - Antwort

  • Schiebe ein iPod Öffnungswerkzeug in den Spalt zwischen Antennenabdeckung und vorderer Einfassung. Der Keil des Werkzeugs sollte zur Antennenabdeckung zeigen. Schiebe das Werkzeug um die Ecke herum und dann nach oben bis zur Metallrückseite.

  • Wiederhole diesen Vorgang auf der anderen Seite des Dockanschlusses.

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  • Fasse die Antennenabdeckung auf beiden Seiten und schiebe sie nach oben und weg vom iPhone. Das erfordert etwas Kauft. Falls sie sich nicht lösen lässt, kontrolliere, ob die Antennenabdeckung ausreichend angehoben wurde, sodass sie von den Rasten gelöst wurde.

It was released very hard on my iPhone 2G but the problem comes when i have to put it back.

It remains a little more space between the dock and the Antena cover and maybe that's because the two tabs between the mic and the speaker are not entered under the gold board?

If someone knows please tell me how to put it back.

Thanks

infomihai - Antwort

There is a very easy way to remove the cover by simply sticking duct tape on it and pulling the tape away of the phone.

It will leave no marks and it didn't damage my antenna cover as much(my "chinese" repair tools were to weak).

rens - Antwort

Thanks, using the tape was quick and easy, no damage at all.

Roeland -

Brilliant. Works perfectly. 20 seconds of work.

koenatclaes -

  • Entferne die drei Kreuzschlitzschrauben #00, die die Rückabdeckung am iPhone befestigen.

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  • Das iPhone zu öffnen ist eine ziemliche Herausforderung, entmutige dich also nicht. Atme tief ein und achte darauf, dass du viel Zeit hast, um diese Arbeit durchzuführen.

  • Das kleine eckige Loch ist der Ort, wo du im nächsten Schritt einen Zahnstocher hineinschieben musst.

Be sure to use the square hole, more to the inside, not the one between the outer shell and the little piece of metal. The Outer shell is attached to the metal.

Gyuri Ordody - Antwort

You guys show this is vanilla dessert. And it's more difficult than building a DIY space shuttle. I wonder why Apple did the iPhone so problematic to disassemble. It's just the battery!

Sebastian Di Mateo - Antwort

I've seen some instructions recommending using a knife to open up a space between the back cover and trim. Using the dental pick as shown here, it is very easy to break off the screw attachment near the edge of the cover.

Bill Parquet - Antwort

Agree with Bill, I did break off one of the screw attachments. In retrospect, using a small putty knife between the cover and battery (which I'm replacing anyways) to apply force against the cover while prying at the hole would have helped.

Michael Lance -

  • Fange an, die Rückabdeckung auf der Seite mit den Tasten zu entfernen.

  • Schiebe den Zahnstocher ganz in das eckige Loch. Unter Umständen musst du das Werkzeug hin-und herruckeln und ziemlich kräftig drücken, um es ganz hinein zu bekommen.

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  • Heble die Rückabdeckung hoch, indem du den Zahnstocher mit eine schnellen Bewegung gegen den Uhrzeigersinn ziehst. Wende Kraft senkrecht zur Oberfläche der Displayeinheit an. Du hast vielleicht Angst, die Bewegung so schnell auszuführen, aber durch eine langsame Bewegung ist das Risiko höher, dass das Gehäuse verbogen wird.

ugh. i totally mangled my case. snapped off the 2 outer screw brackets... broke my dental pick, too. and my small screwdriver. thank goodness for craftsman tools! ;)

i was pretty disheartened by the whole thing, but i keep it in a hard shell anyway so it's not that noticeable.

umopapisdn - Antwort

Like others - this is where I am stuck. No dental pick, so I search for alternatives. Good the get reminded - if I mangle the case too, hey, my speck cover will hide the scars!

Spikey2 - Antwort

What material is that dental pick made of? Adamantium?

Sebastian Di Mateo - Antwort

I could NOT get this method to work. I tried three different picks and all bent when I tried to lever them this way. I did break one of the frame screws off in the process as well. I ended up going back to my old standby... The Exacto Knife and a 1/8 inch flat head screw driver... I used the exacto to get the flat head started, then worked my way up one side toward the top of the phone slowly and carefully wiggling the screw driver until it popped open on that side. Then I did the same to the other. That worked well for me. These plastic openers and dental picks just bent and broke on me. GOOD LUCK. My Advice: Get a 3G or 3GS, I can break one down in under a minute!

Adam Susong - Antwort

I didn't have a dental pick. I used a narrow, flexible hobby putty knife. The button side edge popped right off. The blank side required me to slowly wiggle along, continually pushing the putty knife up to 2" to detach each of the clips.

dennishodge - Antwort

  • Benutze einen Spudger, um die Rückabdeckung an der Ecke und entlang der Oberkante vom iPhone zu lösen.

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  • Wiederhole diesen Vorgang auf der anderen Seite des iPhones. Schiebe den Zahnstocher ganz in das eckige Loch. Unter Umständen musst du das Werkzeug hin-und herruckeln und ziemlich kräftig drücken, um es ganz hinein zu bekommen.

wich dental pick should I use? I´d bought some but they twist or didn´t fit on the scare... thx in advance and really good guide!!

Chad720 - Antwort

I know this is old, but I've had some success. Rather than the dental pick, which I bent too, I ground down a very small "L" bend hex wrench. Worked like a champ. Also: If you have an iPhone 4 and are looking to use the microSIM in your 1st gen iPhone with the use of a microSIM adaptor... DO NOT put the empty adaptor in the SIM slot. That's what I did and had to dismantle the phone to get it repair the SIM contacts.

tthomashardie -

Actually, the "button" side released fairly easily and I was able to loosen the top end with a plastic spudger. However, the remaining side was a @#!@! and the process of popping it off caused the protruding screw lug to break off the internal guide, which itself came off seconds later. Oof! While the side guide was easily glued back in, the lug ultimately became a casualty since it was too small and unweildy to SuperGlue™ back on. But, as Meat Loaf wisely sings, "two out of three ain't bad." The 'phone can live w/o one screw and possibly two if the center lug remains.

turkeyneck - Antwort

I didn't have a dental pick so i used a very small high quality allen key which worked perfectly. The back cover is interference fit to the front bezel and i found with the correct lever action it separated easily.

Bigkarkus - Antwort

  • Heble die Rückabdeckung hoch, indem du den Zahnstocher mit eine schnellen Bewegung gegen den Uhrzeigersinn ziehst. Wende Kraft senkrecht zur Oberfläche der Displayeinheit an. Du hast vielleicht Angst, die Bewegung so schnell auszuführen, aber durch eine langsame Bewegung ist das Risiko höher, dass das Gehäuse verbogen wird.

  • Die Rückabdeckung ist mit dem restlichen iPhone immer noch durch das Kabel des Kopfhöreranschlusses verbunden, entferne die Rückabdeckung also noch nicht ganz vom iPhone.

I've seen some guides that recommend a technique for prying up on the center of the case. if you do so, it is easy to accidentally damage the battery if you pry in the wrong direction.

Bill Parquet - Antwort

  • Achte darauf, dass das iPhone ausgeschaltet ist, bevor du das Kabel des Kopfhöreranschlusses trennst.

  • Benutze einen Spudger, um das Kabel des Kopfhöreranschlusses vom Logic Board zu trennen.

You need to stick the end in, and it detaches if you push it upwards.

Gyuri Ordody - Antwort

A picture of what the dental pick is poking at would be useful inside the back case. If you get on the wrong side of the frame rail you can break the ear where the screw goes pretty easily with that pick (yes it appears to be titanium). Guess that is why only the plastic pick was part of the toolset, but used a metal one as depicted and ran into this. As you say this is challenging, and more pictures are better.

edl - Antwort

  • Ziehe das orangene Klebeband ab, das das weiße Antennenkabel an der Seite des iPhone befestigt.

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  • Benutze einen Spudger, um die beiden Antennenkabel von der Kommunikationsplatine zu lösen. Apple hat einen Klecks Kleber auf diesen Verbindungen benutzt, was das Entfernen der Antennenverbindungen erschwert.

STEP 16: Be EXTREMELY CAREFUL when removing the antenna connectors. The joint between the super tiny wires and the tiny connector is fragile. The wire may snap off the connector! Re-soldering is futile, as the wire appears to have a ground sheath.

tbird - Antwort

  • Entferne folgende drei Schrauben:

    • Eine Kreuzschlitzschraube #00, die das Logic Board nahe der Kamera am iPhone befestigt.

    • Zwei Kreuzschlitzschrauben #00, eine an jeder Ecke des Logic Boards.

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  • Benutze einen Spudger, um den Stecker der Kamera zu lösen.

  • Hebe die Kamera aus dem iPhone.

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  • Fange an der Kante gegenüber von den Akkusteckern an und schiebe einen Spudger zwischen den Akku und den Plastikrahmen und heble den Akku hoch. Er ist am Gehäuse festgeklebt, sollte sich aber langsam lösen lassen.

  • Lasse den Akku etwas außerhalb seiner Vertiefung liegen, und achte darauf, dass nicht zu viel Druck auf den Akkukabeln liegt, da die Lötstellen leicht brechen.

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  • Schiebe einen Spudger gegenüber des Akkusteckers unter das Logic Board und heble es leicht hoch. Hebe es nicht zu weit an, da an der Unterseite des Logic Boards immer noch vier Stecker befestigt sind.

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  • Schiebe in ähnlicher Weise einen Spudger and der Stelle unter das Logic Board, wo die Kamera war. Hebe es auch hier nicht zu weit an, da noch vier Stecker auf der Unterseite des Logic Boards befestigt sind.

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  • Hebe das Logic Board leicht an und schiebe einen Spudger unter das Logic Board, um das Display-Flachbandkabel zu lösen.

  • Schiebe, nachdem der erste Stecker gelöst ist, den Spudger weiter in Richtung Akku und die Mitte des iPhones, um den Stecker des Lautsprechers zu lösen.

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  • Gehe nun auf die andere Seite des Logic Boards und benutze einen Spudger, um das Kabel des Touchsensors auf der Unterseite des Logic Boards zu trennen.

putting this back is incredibly hard, if you can do not let the connecters come off the back panel, and when putting back together you can just snap them back if you are lucky, because putting it back this step might take you more than a hour

info90 - Antwort

  • Schiebe einen Spudger unter den schwarzen Riegel und heble nach oben, um den Riegel um 90° zu drehen. (Im Bild ist der Riegel bereits gedreht.)

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  • Halte sowohl den Akku als auch die Logic Board Einheit und schiebe beide Teile von der orangenen Antenne weg und aus dem iPhone heraus.

Tips for reinstalling the mainboard:

* De-solder the battery from the mainboard once you have it out - it will make it much easier to reinstall.

* When you go to put it back together, remove the kapton (orange) tape over the 'S' shaped ribbon cable, and carefully unstick it from the metal plate.

* Start by ensuring the ZIF socket's clip is open, then work re-setting the 3 connectors at the top of the iPhone while holding the main board at a 45° angle to the front.

* Then pull the S shaped ribbon cable out and gently and place it into its slot being careful to make sure its lined up perfectly straight and close the socket's clip.

* Screw it all down and stick the S shaped connector back down with kapton tape if you have it, otherwise normal tape will do.

* Re-solder the battery back on and stick it back down into place.

annon201 - Antwort

I think this is genius.

spacec0w - Antwort

  • Entferne die drei Kreuzschlitzschrauben #00, die die vordere Einfassung am iPhone befestigen.

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  • Drehe das iPhone um 90° und entferne die zwei Kreuzschlitzschrauben #00 an der Unterseite des iPhones.

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  • Drehe das iPhone um 90° und entferne die drei Kreuzschlitzschrauben #00 von der Seite des iPhones.

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  • Drehe das iPhone um 90° und entferne die zwei Kreuzschlitzschrauben #00 an der Oberseite des iPhones.

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  • Hebe die vordere Einfassung vom iPhone weg.

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  • Die Displayeinheit bleibt übrig.

NOTE: If you are an individual who is replacing just the Digitizer and Glass screen; there is one more step to the process. (which is the most difficult)

Follow this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1z0pw2VK...

starting at 4mins and 14 seconds (4:14)

Lee - Antwort

How i take my broken wifi cable off?

Ville - Antwort

Folks! If you are changing the whole Displayunit(within Digitizer and Glas) TAKE CARE!!!!! Nowhere (even not in the linked video by Lee above) is explained, that BEFORE lifting the lower side of the old display you have to seperate the small plastic slice hodling the home button!!! I followed the video, carefully concentrated on the four wraparound-cables at the top. Then, after removing the unit, I detected, that a supermall flexcable going to the homebutton was ripped off!!!

You may say, ok, you have JB, theres a soft workaround using the iPhone without home button. I will try. Probblem: The Flex Cable was kind of an T-Piece, going from left to right on the board, and the "T" going up to the home butten. So there is more interruption than just the homebutton.... i will try...

I am really angry.... Why did the not say in the video "and before lifitng the display unit, seperate the plastice slice holding the home button from the display unit, carfully, it is glued and almost no Millimeters room to move, otherwise you will break a small flexcable, not seeable before, because hidden by the displayunit itself!!!!...."

rafa74 - Antwort

If you got a new display/digitizer make sure that the grill in front of the speaker/ear is there. Mine didn't have one, I first noticed it when the phone was assembled.

If you have to assemble the phone again, it it easier to connect the 90 degree cable as the last cable in step 22-24. It gives you more room to connect the other cables first.

henrik hansen - Antwort

If you have are looking for a guide to replace digitizer only and the youtube video above is too quick: http://www.portatronics.com/guide/iPhone...

Start from Step 19 after you have completed ifixit's 31st step.

Sebastian - Antwort

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I'll second rafa74's comment: be VERY careful about putting too much stress on the TINY cable that connects the Home button to the rest of its assembly! I ripped mine as well. You have to slowly separate the Home button's plastic sub-assembly from the display module itself (with a kitchen knife, for example). Otherwise the moment you start parting the display module from the mid-board, you run the risk of tearing the Home button cable... it's far too easy.

ptfini - Antwort

This guide neglects to point out some very important things at the end of the removal process. For example, that the glass is glued to the phone, or which connectors have to come with the display assembly on the way out.

offscreenmodulation - Antwort

This is my first opening session and sounds great !!! Thanks I fix it

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