ampollio: You are great...Thanks a lot!
Ofer Asis: Dear sir, Thank you for a really nice video. My I8150 cannot find SSID and Bluetooth doesn't show devices. I have WIFI MAC address but in Bluetooth's MAC is "Not Available". 3G and all other things works.
I tried other ROMS and KERNELS since then and all of them with same problem.
LE55ONS: If I could go full time with these videos I would love to cover this type of repair although it would need the use of some miniature equipment to replace such a small surface mounted component
Nils: Hi! changed screen and all is well. Now I am getting over confident and wonder if you done a video showing us mortals how to repair/replace wi-fi module in an iPhone 4 pl?
LE55ONS: The usb charger port can be replaced using a 'hot air' soldering station. You will need to call around your local repair shops as its cheaper than buying the equipment. Google for part number MBRPSS1110
LE55ONS: its a nice idea, but its not physically possible because of the different flex and hardware
Nils: Many thanks and why didn't I think of that in the first place instead of attempting the same process several times! a new digitiszer is on its way. Is it possible to upgrade the camera to a 8MP(if the housing and connection are same) from 5MP? Wonder if the processor handle it. Its Samsung W GT i8510 Cheers Nils
nicky nicko: hello sir can i change the usb conector as my phone cant detect charger due to water damage..everything els is ok though except for it always detecting earphone..
LE55ONS: its a faulty new digitizer, try plugging the old one into the mainboard to confirm
Nils: Hi! replaced broken glass successfully ( on GT i8150) now the touch screen does not work. Wonder why
LE55ONS: well spotted, I'm shocked that I didn't notice myself :-)
mowmowmia: Just followed this tutorial step for step and absolutely delighted to have a working phone again! Only one thing, you didn't mention about lifting the headphone socket tab up at 5:18 which eventually I figured out but at first I was worried I missed a step.
Thanks so much for posting a clear, simple video for clumsy folk!
MrGeteken: Thank you very much, just saved my phone thanks to your video
Peter Tolstrup Aagesen: Thanks again. You video has now saved me 2 phones.
LE55ONS: the new digitizer might be faulty, try connecting the old one to confirm. The speaker not working might be the sprung metal pins that make contact at 3:32
Diego Martins: Hi, I changed the broken screen with a new one, and it did not work touch and speaker, what could be wrong?
Luke LOU: Thank you for your advice. I have changed my speaker and everything was well again. I also did some modification to prevent a recurrence.
Zarah Athene: Oh, okay :) Thank you very much!
LE55ONS: It might be caused by the water or something else, either way its certainly worth trying a new speaker
LE55ONS: you'll only need to buy a new lcd display, Google for ESSAM10308070 and use coupon code ETS2 for a little discount
Dane Galindo: You just helped me a lot! Thank you, really
Luke LOU: HI! Just about a week ago, I put my phone (screen facing downwards and speaker facing upwards) on the table when someone accidentally knocked over his glass and spilled water on it. There was no noticeable problems until lately where I noted the sound from the speaker seemed distorted. In your opinion, is this an isolated problem or is it due to the water accident? The phone is only 1.5 years old. Will changing the speaker resolve the problem? I intend to attempt repairs myself.
Zarah Athene: First, great video! My phone just fell down the stairs and I´m not entirely sure which parts I have to replace; it can be turned on and by the sounds, the touchscreen still works, too. But I only see cracks lighted from behind, like a "glowing spiderweb". The glass itself isn´t damaged, either. It´d be great if you could tell me which parts I have to change to get it working again. Thanks in advance!
Marisa Simão: Hi there, How do we disassembly the sound columns attached to the back of the phone?
MrBenyata: I expected as much. Thanks for the swift reply, and keep up the excellent work!
LE55ONS: Sounds like the damage from electrolysis might have set in. If the battery was kept out while the phone was cleaned and dried it would have been ok. But as the power has been applied while it was probably wet inside it has eaten away at the copper tracks. Normally there's not much can be done with salt water damage
MrBenyata: Hi there, great video. I was wondering if you could offer any advice on water damage for this phone. I recently dropped mine into a rock pool by the beach where it was submerged for roughly 10 seconds after which I switched it off immediately and lay it out to dry overnight. The following morning I switched it on and apart from a few visible moisture patches behind the screen it worked okay. Then later that day, I noticed it had suddenly switched itself off, now it won't turn on at all.
Lorenzomiguel Bautista: That's nice
LE55ONS: sounds like the phone might be blocked, try checkmend,com to find out..
emmanuel gernale: what part do i need to replace if there is no mobile network thanks!
LE55ONS: you will need to follow this whole process
LE55ONS: Well done :-) perhaps Martin Lewis might refer to these in the future...
Elisha Millard: Thanks a lot for this, very well done. I've replaced my screen successfully, and my phone is like new again. I was quoted £35 for a repair at my local phone shop, so I bought a replacement screen and digitizer for £12 off ebay, watched your video, and did it myself...a saving of £23, Martin Lewis will be proud.
Maison Freitas: sorry for my english, I need to change only the touch screen, I need to make this whole process? or would somehow easier without having to open the entire phone?
LE55ONS: nice idea, but not possible
Marco Romboli: Do you think I could replace the ram? The phone's one is too small... (excuse me for the bad english: i'm italian :-D )
Heiko Böker: Thank you!!! You saved my live. My Digitizer was broken. With your help my Phone is like new!
rokocamry: Very good & thank you
Bananaphone93: THX! i needed this to see how i can remove the dust from the camera glass. i dont even had to remove glue... ! THX
Robin Prigenitz: Thank you!
You are a great help.:-)
LE55ONS: try etradesupply,com and use coupon code ETS2
Adric Armstrong-Smith: This video is great! Will have a go at changing my screen in the next coming days.
Any recommendations on where to purchase a new screen (and digitizer)?
LE55ONS: Jūs esat ļoti laipni
Eugene Minin: as we say here in proud and independent planes of Latvia - paldies kungs, jus esat baigi palidzigs.
LE55ONS: yes, use a soldering iron to heat up the screw while you try and pull the frame apart, but it might pull the head through the case though. Maybe solder a stiff cable into the head and you might be able to undo it that way. Or you can use a small drill to take the head off
irateSMUDGER: i'm trying to get one of the screws out of the back of my phone, but its in really tight. I've pretty much rounded it off trying to get it out! HELP?! Is there anything i can do?
LE55ONS: Thanks, I will now cover speaker grills in future videos..
jusavids: Thank you very much for the video, I changed broken digitizer with the help of the video. One note though, at least my replacement part didn't have the earpiece grill, so I had to take it from the original one. Something I noticed after having assembled almost everything. :)
gfarias10: Thanks for your useful video, i change my lcd screen that was broken.