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    Default [Screen, experts] Disassembling Glass, digitizer, LCD]

    Hello all,

    Has anybody disassembled the Glass, digitizer, LCD and backlight succesfully?

    Please post how.

    Thank you!
    Last edited by crispain; 09-10-2008 at 02:50 PM. Reason: Thanks duck9000 for moving it



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    it was very easy for me :d
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    unscrewed the antenna which is the metal sorrounded w/digitizer and lcd
    then peel off digitizer over LCD thats it..of course gently and carefully its
    not as easy as piece of cake..
    Last edited by iphot_2k; 04-23-2008 at 03:43 PM.

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    it's almos impossible people. tried 5 lcds in all succeeded in only 2 wrecked 3.

    my method was to shatter the old one while still on the iphone gently using small aluminium handle.

    the shattering has to be a bit hard but youre safe cause the glue in between lcdand glass is thick enough to absorb the shock and also stops the sceen from falling off.

    next i peeled (this was the hardest part) the shattered bits
    piece by piece until i finished.

    try at ur own risk !
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    Have you had any luck experimenting with different organic solvent to remove the glue ? I am in the process of trying hexanes/ or ethanol or acetonitrile to loosen the glue. Rumor has it that the glue is some sort of poly siloxane.

    Note: dont screw with organic solvents if you dont know what you are doing ! I am a chemist - I do.

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    I smashed my Iphone glass. The touch screen works perfectly. Now i've ordered a new glass (ONLY glass cover) and I plan on removing the glass from the front peeling the shattered glass off the iphone. After that glueing the new glass cover on.
    Do you think this is possible?Do you have any tips? Do you think I should remove any parts on the iphone to make it less risky, not breaking the touch screen?
    It feels even more risky screwing the whole thing apart and going in from the back. Worth mentioning is that is is 2G not 3g.
    Last edited by odrk; 09-10-2008 at 12:47 PM.

 

 

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