born in '96, lived through the milenium bug. and have to see people drop their devices and watch them break, even with a heavy heart as i see them brush it off and watch them walk off with a device that yearns to feel pretty again...
started out destroying stuff when i was two, and tinkering with things when i was 13. repaired my first iPhone when i was 17, and started doing the odd fix to make a profit to buy what i wanted, mainly xbox games.
now, i want to use my skills in repairing stuff for people that don't have the financial advantage that others do.
now i'm starting a small pick up/drop off iPhone screen replacement business at home.
Réponse à : « worst gps and wifi signal »ill go off the wifi antenna path and say look at the logic board antenna cable for your wifi/gps antenna. mine is crook after buying a used iphone 6 and waiting on the part to fix it. i suspect the previous owner got the screen replaced by some dodgy person that may have swapped the part out??? here is the repair i am talking about: iPhone 6 Antenna Flex Cable Replacement
Réponse à : « What do I need to do to fix my Samsung Galaxy s6 active »heres some instructions for hopefully saving your phone 1. Power off the handset. 2. Press and hold the volume down and power button until the Android System Recovery screen appears. 3. Select Wipe cache partition. Navigate using volume keys and select using the power key. 4. The phone should reboot normally. i hope this helps you dude
Réponse à : « Why is the sound fine but, screen very dim and blinking on and off? »im no TV expert, but sounds like maybe a loose connection, a bad backlight, or both. the heat from normal operating may have made the port "push" the plug out.
Réponse à : « iPhone 6 won't turn on and repeatedly restarts on iTunes »i would start doing a hard reset. if that did didly squat, try placing it into DFU mode and restoring on itunes.