iPod Touch 4th Generation Front Panel Replacement
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Replace your iPod Touch 4th generation's front panel assembly.
- Auteur: Walter Galan
- Durée estimée : 2 heures
- Difficulté: Difficile
Use this guide to replace your front panel assembly. The front panel is not separable from the LCD. A new front panel assembly will give you a new front glass panel, digitizer, and LCD.
If you bought them separately, be careful when sticking the LCD to the digitizer as the entire surface of the LCD is covered with glue. Once it sticks to the LCD, you will not be able to remove it.
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Étape 1 — Front Panel ¶
Use the edge of an iPod opening tool to begin peeling the loop of copper tape wrapped around the connector near the center of the top edge of the logic board.
Continue peeling the tape until it is free from the logic board.
Étape 2 ¶
Use the edge of an iPod opening tool to pry the connector out of its socket on the logic board.
Remove the front panel assembly from the Touch.
Remove as much of the old adhesive as you can and then apply new adhesive strips to the appropriate places.
You will also need to transfer the metal plate that sits over the front camera and sensor windows. You can do this using a heat gun or hair dryer.
Double check that the ribbon cable is not pinched between the LCD and the metal plate. Fold it back on itself so that it doesn't get pinched. If the ribbon cable is pinched, you may get a white screen that cannot be fixed because the traces on the ribbon cable have been damaged.