barefootgirl123: The 4s has a tiny metal frame inbetween the camera am the lock button,
making it almost impossible to get even a paper in there. This only works
on the 4.
GREY COLLAR: @adanhoron thanks for watching
GREY COLLAR: @joehowa. The size of the piece you want to use should be as big the
connecter for the front facing camera on the logic board. That's the best
KentuckyFriedIdiot: I went to one of those mall kiosks and they wanted 50$ to fix my power
button. I asked for one of their business cards, took it home cut a strip
from the card and fixed my phone.
HoboFraggins: It actually it shows how immature you are to hate on a phone. All phones
have their issues when they get used constantly. No phone avoids any
GREY COLLAR: @bazejtVertical suited me better.
GREY COLLAR: @WANG PEREZ. free
Adam Huron: you cant talk for crap!!!!
HoboFraggins: You seem to think all phones are inferior to iphones. When in fact all
smart phones are the same, they can break easily when dropped, that's why
they made the otter box. The otter box can absorb punishment and can
protect the iphone.
RecruitsCenter: then why watch this video dumass
GREY COLLAR: @dominic sarjanson. There is a plate that covers the rear camera LCD /
digitizer front facing camera etc. it' contains five to six screws. Remove
and you will gain access to the rear camera. This video was intended to
show a quick method of fixing the power button. This not demo tear down .
Perform at your own risk. If locating an entrance to your devices rear
camera is an issue. I would suggest you not attempt this quick fix method.
REVO REVOO: usually android is cheaper than apple and got lots of variations
dominic sarjantson: do you have to unscrew anything other than the 2 screws to take the back of
the phone off as you dont show how to install the little plastic bit can
you be a little more precise thanks dud
mmnissanzroadster9: model upgrade... for free??? tell me where and how
hardrock22100: is it still clicky ?
GREY COLLAR: Only attempt this fix if you have opened an iphone 4 in the past. This
proccess is fairly simple but voids any warranty..
wang perez: how much do you charge to do this particular job?
Carlo-andre lo: its so cheap, it comes to be free!
REVO REVOO: maybe they can break i accept that but all other problems iPhone had is not
acceptable i don't see why you support a company that clearly ripped you
off, iphone 4 and S even had missing screws which means that they don't
even do any basic checks. you are probably part of the apple religion. how
come i never had those issues on my Samsung S2 S3 please explain also my
GREY COLLAR: @REVO REVOO. Normal wear and tear can cause this issue. A negative
disposition towards apple products should not warrant such language.
Quality is not the issue when referring to apple mobile devices. Like any
other mass manufactured product problems are bound to arise. But with great
customer service and model upgrades these issues will be obsolete in the
future. Besides without this particular defect i would not have the
pleasure to respond to such colorful opinions.
H22a4Vtec99: I did the full repair myself, holy crap u basically have to take the whole
phone apart, terrible
That Guy: You don't show how to do it. Also, it seems like you have to open up the
device to do this. That doesn't seem "easy" to me.
Nhel Montuya: where do i insert the bit of plastic? i
REVO REVOO: because it shows how iPhone Lacks Quality retard
RealGamers4Ever: um, my button still doesnt work, if i push as hard as i can it is still
HoboFraggins: I'm not saying Samsung S3 and S3 and the HTC have the same issues, all
phones of all types have their own issue when used constantly. Now when
that does happen, you will realize that all phones are the same and that
they all have their own special issues. I'm not a part of this "apple
religion" you speak of, not even close. I have one because it was the
cheapest one I could afford. I don't go by quality. Hell, I would've gone
with a droid if I wanted to.
ausama21: Good idea, I'll try it
Elijah Jonespants: I've tried this many times and has yet to work
Kazer Pilgrim: thanks man!
REVO REVOO: a phone with that many problems as iphone have should not even be sold
maybe you like to buy phones that are made out of glass and breaks on both
sides if you drop it once or where the power button fails + the older
iphone where the antenna didn't even work but i want quality you are
clearly the retard that buys broken products for full price
discodav78: What size is the bit of plastic?
GREY COLLAR: @Kazer P. Np
joehowa: can you show the size of the piece of plastic you used and how you put it
YourAverageGamer Canada: It pisses me off that this issue arises just over 1 year after purchase
making the manufacturers warranty void
thecanemill: looks as if you put too much pressure on the camera. How is the camera
REVO REVOO: Iphone sucks
ryn7up: Or maybe Apple is pumping out product without testing their product
intensely or they like anyone is trying to make an extra dollar on each
unit and putting cheaper components in their product. Apple is just as
guilty as anyone. I have had now had more problems on my iPhone 4 and 4S
than i had with my 3G or 3GS. Product is definitely getting cheaper.
Dehzign: all you have to do you open it is remove 2 screws .-.
JPlays Mc: mine too!!
bazejbt: horizontal mother freaker, do you know what it is?
EMT: Thanks! They sometimes skip corners and take the easy way. If they ever did that, I suggest you consult with a paralegal or lawyer. This way they won't be able to cheat you.