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Old 07-22-2018, 05:15   #1 (permalink)
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iPhone X back glass replacement


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what is the best way to remove Iphone X back glass.

As i followed youtube videos it took me too long to do that especially back camera lens removal.

any tips and tricks for this.

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Hi


Expert member need your advice.
what is the best way to remove Iphone X back glass.

As i followed youtube videos it took me too long to do that especially back camera lens removal.

any tips and tricks for this.

thanks.

First you have to remove all parts from housing.


Stick housing to your desk, use your hot air gun to warm up the broken glass so glue will be loose, at the same time use a razor tool blade (see pic) to remove broken glass. Careful about edge, there is a tiny plastic/rubber border which is attached with housing, don't damage it, otherwise it will look ugly after replace new glass.



Once you done with broken glass, remove camera glass with it metal body (see pic) from housing. You have to use razor tool blade or some other blade to cut that welding joint (see pic)


After replace new glass, put back that camera glass with metal body by glue.


And you are done. It took me 2/3 hours to finish that all process so I charged each customer 130$-160$



Next time I will try to make a video for you guys.



Thank you
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First you have to remove all parts from housing.


Stick housing to your desk, use your hot air gun to warm up the broken glass so glue will be loose, at the same time use a razor tool blade (see pic) to remove broken glass. Careful about edge, there is a tiny plastic/rubber border which is attached with housing, don't damage it, otherwise it will look ugly after replace new glass.



Once you done with broken glass, remove camera glass with it metal body (see pic) from housing. You have to use razor tool blade or some other blade to cut that welding joint (see pic)


After replace new glass, put back that camera glass with metal body by glue.


And you are done. It took me 2/3 hours to finish that all process so I charged each customer 130$-160$



Next time I will try to make a video for you guys.



Thank you
Will phone be sealed properly?
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Will phone be sealed properly?
Everything will be look usual, depends on you skill but if you talking about waterproof facility, it will not.
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The iphone back glass perfectly remov on non vacuum separator on 200 C.
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I drill out the spot welds and pop the camera housing off.
I remove the logic board, fold back the flash cable and take the glass off using hot air. You have to use a very high temp to get the glue to let go.

I glue the housing back, tap 4 holes and screw it down once the glass is replaced. You have to be careful to maintain IP67 ratings and to not damage anything.

There is no need to tear down the entire mid-frame.

I charge $100 for this repair.
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Isnt it easier to use laser separator to remove the back shield of iPhone X? It takes less time and you do not risk demaging it.
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Yes laser machine works perfectly only takes about 15mins ive been using one for 5 months
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