iPhone 4 Screen & Battery Replacement Repair Guide

- View the downloadable version of our how to fix your iPhone 4 screen guide.

These are iPhone 4G repair guide videos. Our guides will give you an in depth view of how to quickly and safely repair and disassemble your phone. These guides will allow you to replace parts such as the LCD screen, the touch screen digitizer, the back cover, the battery, and other internal components. For additional information about cracked iPhone 4G screens, click here.

This guide will help you to install the following iPhone 4G parts:

Tools Required:

iPhone 4G Screen Repair Video:

It is recommended to thoroughly watch the video before attempting repairs.

iPhone 4G Battery Replacement:


To simply reassemble your iPhone, use this video in reverse.

iPhone 4 LCD, Touch Screen Digitizer, & Battery Replacement Summary:

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

  • First turn off the iPhone 4 and remove the sim card. Remove 2 screws from the bottom of the phone using either a small Phillips screwdriver or a special 5 point screwdriver, depending on when the iPhone 4 was manufactured. Push up the back cover and then lift to remove. Remove the small screw on the battery connector using a small Philips screwdriver.
  • Use a safe pry tool to pop out the battery connector. Using the tap, lift up the battery. Using a small Philip screw driver removes the 5 screws. Ease off the metal shield.
  • Remove two more small Philip screws. Lift out the vibrator motor using a safe pry tool. Remove the 5 pop connectors at the top of the phone. Using the safe pry tool, release the pop connector for the camera. Gently lift the camera out.
  • Release the pop connector of the flex ribbon using a safe pry tool. Ease the flex ribbon back then remove the small Philip screw on beneath and also the one on the right on the phone.
  • Using a safe pry tool to pop off the antenna cable. Lift out the speakers gently. Remove two more screws and lift out the motherboard. Remove the 6 big screws free on each sides.
  • There are also 4 small screws one on each corner also needs to be removed. Use a safe pry tool and run it between the glass and the metal frame. Ease the screen out slowly and gently pull the cables through the gap.



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