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Discuss [Advice] Different iPhone headphone jack part no. ? at the Hardware - Hackint0sh.org; pm replied. Wasn't gonna post the guys info publicly but if you need this part ...
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    pm replied.

    Wasn't gonna post the guys info publicly but if you need this part in the US PM me and I will give ya his info.
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    If you google on the part number, you find several online stores who sell this part like this one for example:
    http://www.sparkelectronics.nl/en/se...odule_NO_.html

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    my contact does them for cheaper than that and is in the US.
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    I assume the part number is visible somewhere on the assembly once you remove it but can you tell which one you need without opening the phone? I.e. by serial number or purchase date (9 Nov 2007 in my case).


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    Thanks Scudder. Saved me a whole lot of pain, as I did not know if the replacement one I got from eBay was faulty.

    Did the copper trick, a bit of super glue and fingers crossed it will last for a bit.

    I wonder how long it will take to get the new ribbons in the spare parts aftermarket.

    Quote Originally Posted by scudder View Post
    OK
    I have had this on two repairs to iPhones. This is the solution if you have been supplied with the wrong part (and let me say the correct part simply is not out there on the market).
    The problem is that the small contact breaker at the end of the socket is wired the wrong way round - this is how to botch it without breaking anything.
    At the end of the black headphone socket, there is a small band of copper which forms part of the switch that is moved when the jack is inserted. You need to use a sharp tool (tip of a blade) to gently slide this copper part slightly off the end of the black plastic housing at the right hand side. You are trying to get this copper band away from the contact which is just inside the socket on the right hand side. (look inside the end and you will see the simple contact breaker)
    Once this is 'just' clear of the contact, use your sharp instrument to bend the internal contact part so it is on the other side of the copper band part of the contact (you are bending the small internal contact towards the opposite side of the socket i.e. almost into the mid point of the hole).
    Now, gently slide the external copper band back into place so that the internal contact now sits on the left hand side of this part. Test the contact breaker now using a headphone jack. You will find it tight the first couple of times you push it home, but it will be fine, even after several months of use my contact breaker is still working fine :-)
    Your iPhone will now play through speaker when no jack plugged in. It now recognises headphones and your volume button no longer says 'headphones' when they are not plugged in...
    So, if all is well, and it should be, use a tiny dab of superglue on the external copper band on the top section just to make sure it stays where it should in future as you don't really want to go back into the casing again do you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scudder View Post
    OK
    I have had this on two repairs to iPhones. This is the solution if you have been supplied with the wrong part (and let me say the correct part simply is not out there on the market).
    The problem is that the small contact breaker at the end of the socket is wired the wrong way round - this is how to botch it without breaking anything.
    At the end of the black headphone socket, there is a small band of copper which forms part of the switch that is moved when the jack is inserted. You need to use a sharp tool (tip of a blade) to gently slide this copper part slightly off the end of the black plastic housing at the right hand side. You are trying to get this copper band away from the contact which is just inside the socket on the right hand side. (look inside the end and you will see the simple contact breaker)
    Once this is 'just' clear of the contact, use your sharp instrument to bend the internal contact part so it is on the other side of the copper band part of the contact (you are bending the small internal contact towards the opposite side of the socket i.e. almost into the mid point of the hole).
    Now, gently slide the external copper band back into place so that the internal contact now sits on the left hand side of this part. Test the contact breaker now using a headphone jack. You will find it tight the first couple of times you push it home, but it will be fine, even after several months of use my contact breaker is still working fine :-)
    Your iPhone will now play through speaker when no jack plugged in. It now recognises headphones and your volume button no longer says 'headphones' when they are not plugged in...
    So, if all is well, and it should be, use a tiny dab of superglue on the external copper band on the top section just to make sure it stays where it should in future as you don't really want to go back into the casing again do you!
    Genius!!! Thanks so much. I couldn't tell that there was a difference on the earphone jack housings because they both had the same part number on the flex cable. I couldn't tell the difference until I removed the tape to reveal one having the copper band and one not having the band. Good stuff for the knowledge base.

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    There are stores here in the us selling both flex for a good price. I got mine at www.flexqueen.com/
    I have ordered twice from them and they are very fast processing the orders but very slow responding to my questions over the email. When I called them I got someone on a cell phone which was kind of weird. Overall I think they are ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scudder View Post
    OK
    I have had this on two repairs to iPhones. This is the solution if you have been supplied with the wrong part (and let me say the correct part simply is not out there on the market).
    The problem is that the small contact breaker at the end of the socket is wired the wrong way round - this is how to botch it without breaking anything.
    At the end of the black headphone socket, there is a small band of copper which forms part of the switch that is moved when the jack is inserted. You need to use a sharp tool (tip of a blade) to gently slide this copper part slightly off the end of the black plastic housing at the right hand side. You are trying to get this copper band away from the contact which is just inside the socket on the right hand side. (look inside the end and you will see the simple contact breaker)
    Once this is 'just' clear of the contact, use your sharp instrument to bend the internal contact part so it is on the other side of the copper band part of the contact (you are bending the small internal contact towards the opposite side of the socket i.e. almost into the mid point of the hole).
    Now, gently slide the external copper band back into place so that the internal contact now sits on the left hand side of this part. Test the contact breaker now using a headphone jack. You will find it tight the first couple of times you push it home, but it will be fine, even after several months of use my contact breaker is still working fine :-)
    Your iPhone will now play through speaker when no jack plugged in. It now recognises headphones and your volume button no longer says 'headphones' when they are not plugged in...
    So, if all is well, and it should be, use a tiny dab of superglue on the external copper band on the top section just to make sure it stays where it should in future as you don't really want to go back into the casing again do you!

    you are my best friend!. i thought i had a software issue. that fixed it perfectly

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    Hello all,

    I've recently received a 0449 cable replacement casing, since my original one was 0449 as well. I've had this same problem and had to fix it like a previous poster mentioned, but now i have another problem... When in normal mode, everything works fine. Sound through the speakers if headphones are not on, and through them if they are plugged in... When on silent mode though, the phone tries to route the sound to the headphones again, and even if i plug them in the sound still goes there... Anyone else experiencing this?


 

 
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