Introduction

Ce dispositif connecte l'iPhone à un ordinateur ou un chargeur via le câble iPhone.

Vidéo d'introduction

  1. Lorsque la vitre de votre iPhone est brisée, évitez toute autre casse ainsi que des blessures éventuelles en scotchant la vitre.
    • Lorsque la vitre de votre iPhone est brisée, évitez toute autre casse ainsi que des blessures éventuelles en scotchant la vitre.

    • Posez des bandes adhésives transparentes se chevauchant sur la vitre de façon à la couvrir complètement.

      • Ceci permet de retenir les éclats de verre et de garder la structure intacte lors de la réparation.

    • Portez des lunettes de protection pour protéger vos yeux d'éventuels éclats de verre lors de la réparation.

    You got to make sure you have gloves.

    Adam Ettachfini (student) - Réponse

    You got to put on gloves.

    Adam Ettachfini (student) - Réponse

  2. Retirez les deux vis cruciformes #00 qui se situent du côté du connecteur de dock de l'iPhone.
    • Retirez les deux vis cruciformes #00 qui se situent du côté du connecteur de dock de l'iPhone.

    Where can I buy these screws

    Johnnie Mackey Jr - Réponse

    • Enlevez la poignée en métal de la ventouse. Il est plus facile et sûr de saisir la base de la ventouse plutôt que la anse.

    • Soyez très vigilant lorsque vous ouvrez l'iPhone pour éviter que les nappes sous l'écran ne se déchirent.

    • Il y a un joint en caoutchouc entre le cadre couleur argent et l'écran noir. Il faut forcer un peu lors de cette étape pour séparer l'écran de l'iPhone.

    • A l'aide d'une petite ventouse placée près du bouton home, soulevez délicatement la partie inférieure de l'écran de l'iPhone.

    • Si l'écran est trop endommagé pour permettre l'usage d'une ventouse, collez des bandes adhésives fortes sur l'écran.

    Be careful here. In my 3G device I found cables attached to the main board on both ends. In the pics above you do not see the cables.

    Rams - Réponse

    Rams is right on here.

    The cable labeled 4 in step 3 may have adhered to the back of your LCD. Mine ripped when I opened the phone. Now the dock connector needs to be replaced as well.

    postnospam - Réponse

    Citaat van postnospam:

    Rams is right on here.

    The cable labeled 4 in step 3 may have adhered to the back of your LCD. Mine ripped when I opened the phone. Now the dock connector needs to be replaced as well.

    This is exactly what happened to me!!.. found the dock connector online for $20 (ebay)

    Josh bello - Réponse

    I didn't have a suction cup so I used the windscreen sucker attachment from my sat nav which gave me a lot of control using the fitting part as a handle, and made it quite easy. Given the force required to get the screen off mine I think I'd have struggled with a small suction cup.

    KAV - Réponse

    • L'écran est toujours relié à l'iPhone par trois nappes, alors ne le retirez pas encore complètement.

    • Soulevez l'écran à un angle d'environ 45 degrés.

    • Faites très attention. Parfois une quatrième nappe peut être collée sur l'envers de l'écran et vous risquez de l'endommager, voire de la déchirer lorsque vous retirez l'écran.

    For me, the ribbon cable 1 became disconnected when lifting the screen to ~45 degrees. Nothing tore at least, it just popped up/out.

    mikedalehite - Réponse

    • Tout en tenant l'écran avec une main, déconnectez la nappe noire nommée "1" à l'aide d'une spatule (spudger).

    • Commencez par la nappe et continuez vers le côté extérieur du boîtier.

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    • Soulevez l'écran à peu près jusqu'à la verticale. Ceci facilitera l'accès au trois nappes restantes pour les déconnecter.

    • A l'aide d'une spatule (spudger), déconnectez la nappe noire "2".

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    • Toujours à l'aide d'une spatule (spudger), soulevez la languette en plastique blanc qui maintient la dernière nappe en place. La languette va se déplier de 90 degrés et relâcher la nappe.

    • Enlevez la nappe de son connecteur et retirez l'écran de l'iPhone.

    I found that the tab I needed to flip up was black not white. There is a white piece of plastic that the ribbon slides under but it's the black piece of plastic it slid into that I needed to lift up. I found it quite tricky re-assembly this part, I thought I needed to slide the ribbon in further when in actual fact it was already in far enough.

    Joe Fleming - Réponse

    Citaat van Joe Fleming:

    I found that the tab I needed to flip up was black not white. There is a white piece of plastic that the ribbon slides under but it's the black piece of plastic it slid into that I needed to lift up. I found it quite tricky re-assembly this part, I thought I needed to slide the ribbon in further when in actual fact it was already in far enough.

    Wow wow wow... wait a minute: DO NOT TRY to flip up the black part (the thingy on the north side of the phone) but the WHITE PART (on the south side)!!! I almost wrecked that connector trying to pry up the black part! It's definitely the white, tiny tab that flips up!

    Sawatzki - Réponse

    Citaat van Sawatzki:

    Wow wow wow... wait a minute: DO NOT TRY to flip up the black part (the thingy on the north side of the phone) but the WHITE PART (on the south side)!!! I almost wrecked that connector trying to pry up the black part! It's definitely the white, tiny tab that flips up!

    Ok, just to clear this up: It seems that at Joe's iPhone, the colors of the parts were different than on mine and the one in the picture.

    To get this crystal-clear: the part that flips up is the one facing AWAY FROM THE CABLE. Imagine the cable being on the NORTH SIDE of the connector, the tab to flip up is ON THE SOUTH SIDE.

    Sawatzki - Réponse

    Be very careful when removing and reinstalling Ribbon #3. Do not bend it with your fingers or use mechanical means or installation or you will damage it (I had to replace mine). Ideally, hands off. This ribbon controls the light sesnor and earpiece. When you reinstall, gently slide it in by holding the screen assembly only. It will go in about 65% of the way, which is as far as it is intended to go.

    Frank Benson - Réponse

    ARRRGH. OK, wish I had read the notes before trying this. I tried to move the black part as described & broke the connector. Now I'm SOL. I actually fixed the antenna connector which is the reason I opened it in the first place but now it's useless as a phone because I can't hear audio from calls through the speaker anymore. Can't someone please add a note like this to the original guide instead of hoping people will look at the notes??!!! If it had been there, I'd be happily using a repaired phone right now instead of looking at a broken one.

    Chris Scott - Réponse

    • Insérez l'éjecteur de carte SIM ou un trombone dans le trou près de la prise jack.

    • Appuyez jusqu'à ce que le tiroir de carte SIM sorte.

    • Saisissez le tiroir de carte SIM et retirez-le de l'iPhone.

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    • A l'aide d'une spatule (spudger), déconnectez la nappe "4".

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    • A l'aide d'une spatule (spudger), déconnectez la nappe "5".

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    • A l'aide d'une spatule (spudger), déconnectez la nappe "6".

    • Si vous avez un iPhone 3GS, référez-vous à l'image 2 et utilisez une spatule (spudger) pour déconnecter la nappe "7".

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    • Décollez soigneusement le petit autocollant "Do not remove".

    the little sticker "do not remove" is very fast, very broken ....ups ;)

    Werner Rachmann - Réponse

    That sticker sticks like !@#$. Could only scratch it gently away from the screw it covers.

    Erich Schifferl - Réponse

    • Retirez les 8 vis suivantes:

      • Cinq vis cruciformes Philips #00 de 2,3 mm avec filetage partiel, qui maintiennent la carte mère au boîtier arrière.

      • Deux vis cruciformes Philips #00 de 2,3 mm avec filetage complet, qui maintiennent la carte mère et la caméra.

      • Une vis cruciforme Philips #00 de 2,9 mm, qui se trouve sous l'autocollant "Do not remove".

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    • A l'aide d'une spatule (spudger), enlevez délicatement le clip (qui était maintenu par une vis) de la caméra et retirez soigneusement la caméra de son emplacement dans le boîtier arrière. La caméra ne peut pas encore être retirée complètement car elle est encore reliée à la partie inférieure de la carte mère.

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    • Utilisez une spatule (spudger) pour soulever délicatement le côté de la carte mère qui se trouve le plus près du connecteur de dock.

    • Il y a une petite languette dorée pour la mise à la terre sur la carte mère près de autocollant "Do not remove". Soyez très vigilant pour éviter de l'accrocher lorsque vous soulevez la carte mère, la languette se casse facilement! Si vous avez des problèmes de réception après avoir retiré la carte mère, vérifiez la languette de mise à la terre.

    • S'il n'est pas possible de soulever la carte mère, vérifiez que toutes les 8 vis qui maintiennent la carte mère ont été retirées.

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    • Faites glisser la carte mère vers le connecteur de dock et retirez-la de l'iPhone.

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    • Retirez les trois vis suivantes:

      • Deux vis cruciformes Philips #00 de 1,5 mm, une de chaque côté du connecteur de dock.

      • Une vis cruciforme Philips #00 de 2,4 mm près de la nappe "4".

    Take a look at the small spacer just below the "4" connector. Some dock connectors out there do not have the small spacer. I experienced a couple of times that the (4) cable had popped out of the connector after using the phone for some days. The cable is a little stiff. The small spacer helps press down the cable onto the connector so it doesn't jump out.

    asle - Réponse

    • Soulevez l'ensemble du connecteur de dock et enlevez-le de l'iPhone.

    • Lorsque vous insérez le nouveau connecteur de dock, veillez à ce que les trous des vis soient AU DESSUS des trous du cadre.

    I broke my speaker and the mic. Don't you have further steps how to disassemble the dock connector from the speaker and mic? Thank you

    Szabo David - Réponse

    Citaat van Szabo David:

    I broke my speaker and the mic. Don't you have further steps how to disassemble the dock connector from the speaker and mic? Thank you

    Hi David, you can buy the part as one, I bought the following... http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?V...

    Joe Fleming - Réponse

    Citaat van Joe Fleming:

    Hi David, you can buy the part as one, I bought the following... http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?V...

    Oh great, thank you! Don't you know whether it fits the iphone 3GS? Are these parts same for iphone 3G and 3GS, I cannot find on ebay one for iphone 3gs.

    David

    Szabo David - Réponse

    Citaat van Szabo David:

    Oh great, thank you! Don't you know whether it fits the iphone 3GS? Are these parts same for iphone 3G and 3GS, I cannot find on ebay one for iphone 3gs.

    David

    iPhone 3GS Complete Dock Charge Port Connector Assembly...

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/iPhone-3GS-Complet...

    Joe Fleming - Réponse

    I did need to do a reset of my iPhone once installed since my Photos app wasn't launching. Might be unrelated to new hardware, but it's most likely recommended to do an iPhone reset after installing.

    mikedalehite - Réponse

    The whole walkthrough was pure money. I tore the ribbon cable off the dock connector while seperating the whole assembly but the replacement went in without an issue and this walkthrough was pure MONEY!!!!

    THANKS AGAIN!

    Matthew Case - Réponse

    If the replacement dock connector assembly doesn't have the foam pad over the connector (labeled "4" on the original part), carefully transfer it to the new assembly, lifting as much of the adhesive off with the foam pad as possible.

    Thomas Enders - Réponse

    If the replacement dock connector assembly doesn't have the wire mesh pad on the flex circuit (close to the connector labeled "4"), carefully lift it off with a knife or other thin tool, taking care to keep as much adhesive as possible with the mesh pad. Then transfer it to the same spot on the new part.

    Thomas Enders - Réponse

    all done.

    Jonh - Réponse

    Be very careful with the screws. Please be sure not to misplace them

    Jonh - Réponse

Conclusion

Pour remonter votre appareil, suivez les étapes dans l'ordre inverse.

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11 commentaires

When closing the phone (Step 3 - but when going backwards) it is important to be aware of the the contact for the HOME button. They are two little gold contacts that have to hit against two solder points on the dock assembly. I managed to bend them a bit out of alignment, so when I closed up the iPhone the home button was no longer working. Easily fixed, but worth noting.

Peter - Réponse

When replacing the connector you will have to desolder 4 small solder points, 2 per ribbon cable. They are easily desoldered by gently pressing the soldering iron tip to the top of the cable and gently peeling it away.

They can they be resoldered onto the new connector.

The solder points can be seen in step 16 just above the two 1.5mm screws.

scottreschke - Réponse

Hi, I followed the instructions and all went well, except for now I have very bad reception problems. I keep getting 'No Service' and cant really make calls. :-(

Could I have damaged the antenna somehow? I have found the antenna stickers online for sale but havent found any instructions as to how to install it...

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks

Fu82 - Réponse

the sample phone looks like a 3G nto a 3Gs. I have an extra wire connection on top of the dock connector in my 3Gs.

mlstrykher - Réponse

If you're purchasing a Phillips screwdriver for this I'd highly recommend getting one that has a magnetic tip. I bought the cheaper screwdriver from iFixit but wish I would've sprung for the "professional" version (which I assume does have a magnetic tip). It can be done without it (I did it) but it took much longer than it would have otherwise.

wpaul - Réponse

For months when I used 3G, it would only work for about 30 minutes until it went to No Service or just said 5 bars and no internet access or phone calls, I had to use Edge instead. I found a crack on the bottom of the case so I think that's what damaged the Dock Connector. Since Edge worked and 3G lasted for a short bit, I think the antenna was damaged but not destroyed. Bought a cheap one on eBay, followed the guide, and I can actually listen to Pandora again. I was about to scrap the phone. Thank the gods.

Skyler - Réponse

Per others above, I transferred the antenna sticker from the old dock connector and I'm not seeing any degradation of signal quality. Its the silver sticker below connector labelled "4". I also figured I'd transfer the piece of electrical tape just above the dock connector itself, though I inadvertently covered the contacts for the home button, which game me a nice scare when I put everything back together.

So far so good, my phone seems to be working great again and no longer getting the dreaded "this accessory does not support charging" message every time I go to plug in.

andrewloewer - Réponse

I had a white screen after the replacement, reset the phone and all appears well now.

analhamster - Réponse

This is not the Iphone 3GS the 3GS has another connector on the dock.

skaters22 - Réponse

I have replaced the dock connector port and reassembled the phone but all I getting is a white screen

jeanminson99 - Réponse

I have replaced the docking port and re assembled the phone but all I'm getting is a white screen , have I missed any thing?

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