iPhone 3G Touch Screen Digtizer Replacement Repair Instructions

Here are the iPhone 3G Touch Screen Digitizer replacement repair take apart instructions which have been put together by the RepairsUniverse.com team. We guide you through the steps required to repair your phone and show how to install a replacement glass touch screen digitizer if you have cracked or damaged your lens.

This guide will help you to install the following iPhone 3G replacement parts:

Tools Required:

iPhone 3G Touch Screen Glass Digitizer Replacement Repair Video:

 

To reassemble your iPhone 3G, simply reverse these instructions.

iPhone 3G Touch Screen Replacement Summary:

Using this summary in correlation with the video will insure proper instructions are given and a safe repair is made.

  • Remove the sim card. From the bottom of the phone remove the 2 screw. Use a safe pry tool and run it along the bottom of the phone between the bezel and the glass to pop the screen out.
  • Slowly lift the glass as it is still connected to 3 ribbon cables that has been labeled as 1, 2, 3.Cable #1 and 2 is a pop connector, release it using a safe pry tool. Cable #3 is in a jaw connector; release it by lifting up the white tab using a safe pry tool.
  • Slowly remove the digitizer glass from the rest of the phone. Use a small Phillips screwdriver and remove 6 screws located on the sides of the phone. Then carefully pry the LCD screens metal frame from the digitizer using a flat headed screwdriver.
  • Then use a safe pry tool to pry off the metal frame from the LCD screen. Hold the digitizer up a little bit and heat it up with a heat gun or hair dryer to soften the glue making it easier to separate.
  • Pry the digitizer between the glass and the plastic frame slowly (may require to heat up again if the glue has cooled down).

iPhone 3G LCD Screen Replacement Repair Video:

 

To reassemble your iPhone 3G, simply reverse these instructions.

iPhone 3G LCD Replacement Summary:

Using this summary in correlation with the video will insure proper instructions are given and a safe repair is made.

  • Remove the sim card. From the bottom of the phone remove the 2 screw. Use a safe pry tool and run it along the bottom of the phone between the bezel and the glass to pop the screen out.
  • Slowly lift the glass as it is still connected to 3 ribbon cables that have been labeled as 1, 2, and 3. Cable 1 and 2 are pop connectors, release it using a safe pry tool. Cable #3 is a jaw connector; release it by lifting up the white tab using a safe pry tool.
  • Slowly remove the digitizer glass from the rest of the phone. Use a small Phillips screwdriver and remove 6 screws located on the sides of the phone.
  • Then carefully pry the LCD screens’ metal frame from the digitizer using a flat headed screwdriver. Then use a safe pry tool to pry off the metal frame from the LCD screen.

Here you find our iPhone 3G Battery replacement repair take apart instructions which have been put together by the Repairs Universe team. Here we guide you through the required steps needed to repair your iPhone and show how to install a new battery if the battery life of your iPhone doesn't last as long as it used to.


This guide will help you to install the following iPhone 3G part(s):

  • iPhone 3G Battery Replacement
  • iPhone 3G Battery Replacement Guide:

     

    The iPhone 3G is now disassembled and you can replace the damaged part(s) with new ones. Reverse the instructions above to reassemble your phone.

    iPhone 3G Battery Replacement Written Summary:

    Using this guide in correlation with the video will insure proper instructions are given and a safe repair is made.

    • Remove the sim card. Remove the 2 small Phillips screws from the bottom of the phone. Use a safe pry tool and run it along the bottom of the phone between the bezel and the glass to pop the screen out.
    • Slowly lift the glass as it is still connected to 3 ribbon cables that have been labeled as 1, 2, and 3. Cable 1 and 2 are pop connectors; release them using a safe pry tool. Cable 3 is in a jaw connector; release it by lifting up the white tab using a safe pry tool.
    • Slowly remove the digitizer glass from the rest of the phone. Use the safe pry tool to release the pop connectors labeled 4, 5 and 6.
    • Use a small Phillips screwdriver to remove 7 screws located on the sides of the phone. Gently lift up the motherboard using a safe pry tool but be careful as it is still connected to the camera on the top right corner.
    • Gently remove the camera using a safe pry tool to remove the motherboard. Gently pry the battery off using a safe pry tool. You can now remove the battery and replace it.

    This Repairs Universe video guide shows how to take apart and disassemble the iPhone 3GS cell phone. We go through the steps required to quickly and safely open your phone and install a dock port assembly. The assembly controls the dock port, loud speaker, mic, and the antenna. This guide has been designed and put together by the Repairs Universe team.

    This guide will help you to install the following iPhone 3GS replacement parts:

    iPhone 3GS Dock Port Assembly Replacement Guide:

    Here you find our iPhone Camera Replacement Repair Instructional video guide. This "how to" video has been put together by the Repairs Universe team. This video shows the required steps needed to repair your iPhone and show how to remove and install a new iPhone 3G camera replacement part.

    This guide will help you to install the following iPhone 3G part(s):

    iPhone 3G Camera Replacement Guide:

    The iPhone 3G is now disassembled and you can replace the damaged part(s) with new ones. Reverse the instructions above to reassemble your phone.

    iPhone 3G Camera Replacement Written Summary:

    Using this guide in correlation with the video will insure proper instructions are given and a safe repair is made.

    • Remove the sim card. Remove the 2 small Phillips screws from the bottom of the phone. Use a safe pry tool and run it along the bottom of the phone between the bezel and the glass to pop the screen out.
    • Slowly lift the glass as it is still connected to 3 ribbon cables that have been labeled as 1, 2, and 3. Cable 1 and 2 are pop connectors; release it using a safe pry tool. Cable 3 is in a jaw connector; release it by lifting up the white tab using a safe pry tool.
    • Slowly remove the digitizer glass from the rest of the phone. Use the safe pry tool to release the pop connectors labeled 4, 5 and 6. Use a small Phillips screwdriver to remove 7 screws located on the sides of the phone.
    • Gently lift up the motherboard using a safe pry tool but be careful as it is still connected to the camera on the top right corner. Gently remove the camera using a safe pry tool to remove the motherboard.
    • Remove the camera by gently sliding it off horizontally. To install a new camera simply connect the pop connector to the motherboard and once done reconnect the motherboard to the phone carefully place from the camera in place.

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