The repair we will explain today serves for several cases or breakdowns, if you have noticed that your iPhone 6 does not charge or only detects the charger from time to time (the typical message of this accessory may not be compatible does not always have to be the fault of the cable) or if they do not listen to you when you make a call, you do not work the headphones and you have tried several different, the lower speaker does not work when you are called or you put music or you do not detect any Wi-Fi network signal, cell phone repair Austin we will repair then, obviously many other factors may intervene but in most cases, it is fixed by changing the load flex of iPhone 6.
- Unscrew the screws on the bottom
Unscrew the two Pentalobe screws in the lower area next to the Lightning connector.
- Pry on the device screen
We use the Spudger to separate the screen from the phone by exercising the lever all over the edge evenly to access the inside of the phone where the metal cover is located that protects the connection flexes of the screen which we will have to unscrew in the next step.
- Separate the flexes from the motherboard screen
With the help of the Philips screwdriver #00, we remove the 5 screws that secure the metal cover to the motherboard of the device and remove it to gain access to the connection brackets of the 4 flex of the screen which we will have to remove by levering with the spudger so as not to damage the tracks of the motherboard.
- Disconnect the battery from the motherboard
We unscrew the two screws from the bottom of the motherboard found in the metal cover that protects the battery connection bracket with the help of the Philips #00 screwdriver and then disconnects the battery flex using the Spudger again.
- Remove metal cover and rear camera
Using the Philips screwdriver #00 we remove the three screws that hold the metal cover of the rear chamber and remove it with tweezers, then using the spudger we disconnect the bracket of the flex from the chamber and press on the top of it to remove it.
- Disconnect Flex volume and power on and disassemble GPS antenna
We unscrew the two screws that secure the metal cover to the motherboard using the Philips #00 and release the power and volume flexes using the Spudger so as not to damage the motherboard and then unscrew the screws that secure the GPS antenna to the motherboard and remove it with tweezers.
- Disassemble motherboard
We remove the SIM tray from the reader and proceed to remove the 4 screws that secure the motherboard to the chassis of the device with the Philips screwdriver #00 and using a flat head screwdriver to remove the screw from the top, once the screws are removed we will help the spudger to lift the motherboard without removing it completely since at the top is connected the coaxial antenna that we will have to disconnect with the spudger to finally remove the motherboard.
- Remove Vibration and Buzzer Speaker
We use the Philips #00 screwdriver again to unscrew the two screws that secure the vibrator to the chassis and then unscrew the screws on the side that secure the buzzer speaker to the chassis, after removing the screws we use the spudger to release the lower speaker.
- Remove Flex Charging iPhone 6
We unscrew with the Philips screwdriver #00 all the remaining screws that secure the lower flex to the mobile chassis and then pry from the connection part of the iPhone 6 load flex to the other side continuously and smoothly so as not to damage the flex circuit using the Spudger, It is important to make sure that all screws are removed well and take off the flex correctly so as not to split the flex, especially the microphone area that is most susceptible to damage.