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|06-01-2012, 13:44||#1 (permalink)|
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PROJECT RED 3G and DIY Tutorial
Project Red 3G
So I swiped this 3G 8gigger real cheap because the LCD was basically ****n. See first pic. Everything else tested working 100%. Decided since I was going to open it up, might as well do a little "something something" to it as well and decided on a new back in a new color - in particular....Red. So I know alot you ya'll want to see what the insides of these beasts look like, and wonder just how this thing comes apart.....so without further ado, here ya go:
Sad little broken Iphone....
Step 1: Popping the screen assembly out (2 screws at bottom) and 3 flex cables to disconnect...
Screen assembly, phone assembly, and the New Red case!!
Step 2: Yank that Logicboard out, several screws, loosen the camera and a few more flex cables to disconnect...
Screen, Logicboard and everything else...
Step 3: Remove the battery, glued to the case...
Step 4: Basically, remove everything else....which includes the buttons, headphone jack, cables, vibrator, dock connector assembly and misc parts. I also removed the chrome bezel to re-use which included rails and connecting points. By now you've also collected around 25 screws (I didnt count).
What a mess......doesnt look like much for the money now does it?
Step 5: Rewind....parts go back in, just in a new case [IMG]http://*****i.com/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]
Step 6: Add the battery and Logicboard...
Step 7: Screen assembly and button her up....
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