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The iPhone SE screen replacement is pretty much the exact same process as the iPhone 5s. (And the 5, and the 6, and 6+, and 6s, and 6s+... But whos keeping track?) The whole process should only take about 30 minutes, and the replacement parts are pretty cheap.
You attempt this project at your OWN risk.
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What happens if you lose that tiny little metal piece under the home button? I just had my screen repaired after shattering it and the guy let me watch but I also looked around the store as well, before looking around as I watched him I noticed that little piece go flying, but I didn’t think anything of it until now since my home button is lose and wiggles like a see saw, also my front facing camera is now blurry and foggy looking! And my microphone on the keyboard doesn’t register anything even for Siri, please help I’ve been watching videos all day and I know how to take it apart but I’m also afraid to if it’s just a minor thing! I only know just had it for 24hrs and it really bugs me!
thanks for he video very helpful. but once I got to the step where you test if the new screen is working I'm not getting any power to the phone. no lights on screen and phone didn't vibrate on start up. any ideas?
I messed up and it appears the the two nails that protect the power ribbon, and 1 nail out of the four on top and damaged. I believe that I was twisting the the philips head the wrong way. They won't get out no matter how much I try. What can I do now? I would appreciate any feedback.
screw drivers that came with the screen replacement set do not fit the Iphone SE screws, so where would I be able to find screwdrivers that fit? yes I got the testy little ribbon cable for the home button.
I was replacing my screen for an SE. After attaching the new screens ribon cables, I was got picturem but my touch wasn't working, after noticing 1 of the ribons wasnt connected properly and a lot of removing and trying to connect back to the phone. Soon the screen no longer turned on but I know the phone is working as I left the battery in and I can still call my phone. (I watched another video that didn't say to remove the battery) and my alarm clock still goes off ever 10min as I can only make my phone snooze. I'm lost on how to fix it as now neither the old screen or the new screen works.
I was replacing it due to only the glass been broken. Everything else was working fine.
Appreciate for the video. It helped me so much to fix the issue on the screen ( horizontally stripes + touch screen problem ! I removed these flex cables and brushed there gently and put them back again and it worked perfectly ) i believe I cudn’t succeed if you did not shared this detailed video . 100 % great video , shows all we need to know. Thank you so much.
Doing this is actually a lot more dexterous than it look like in the video. Reinstalling the plate over the lego-like clips is a pain, especially getting first two screws in. Surprisingly the last clip for he button was super easy, but not the clip over it.
Hello i have a question. I have a iPhone SE and i replaced my screen for the 2nd time because it was not working good at all. It clicked by itself and didn't registered where i clicked. The same was with the 1st replacement screen. I am wondering if this could be malfunction in some other part.
Thanks for the vid it was very helpful. However, you do not mention the proximity sensor boot or ambient light sensor diffuser, which stayed stuck to my old screen when it went in the bin so they're lost now. It still seems to work fine though!
WOW this was a quick yet informative video. I work in IT yet haven't needed to replace a screen until now. Literally stumbled on your video and got my screen replaced in about 10 minutes. Everything works exactly how you've shown in the video. Great job I will be subscribing to your page.
Wow thank you! It took me 2 hours but it works and saved me a ton of money. If you do not have patience for all the itty bitty pieces do not attempt. This definitely takes major patience. Thanks again! :)
Thanks for the video! Really helpful. This is my second screen replacement on my iPhone 5se. Both times I have had the same issue. Finger scanner doesn't work and the home button sits a little loose. Can anyone shed some light on this issue ?? Phone still responds when I click the home button. I've double and triple checked the connecting cable ribbon. And used the correct screws for the plate behind the home button. But still sits really loose. Any response would be appreciated 🤘🏻🤘🏻
For me, getting the home button ribbon cable plugged back in and the metal clip on top of it was one of the easiest parts. I struggled with getting that metal bracket over the ear piece and everything to sit in there flat without sticking up. And the strong magnet kept grabbing the screws off the end of my screwdriver. This video was very helpful and I couldn't have figured it all out myself in one night. Very intense job, got it done and everything works, but I don't think I'll attempt another one.
This might be a new one for you.. I accidentally dropped my iPhone SE Speaker, jack and charger side up into a bowl of melted chocolate. Headphone jack and charger are clear, or cleared out enough, I've tried putting needles in the speaker holes but still pretty muddy sounding. I've also tried taking a slightly moistened paper towel and again swabbed with needle with not much difference. Is this video the best for accessing this area?
Update I went for it and just dealt with the bottom half of my phone. When I finally pried up the screen, the home ribbon came out quick and was not under the plate (the one that looks like a belt buckle and u have replacement parts for). Tested on and sounds better! Ready to put back together but with the differences on whats going on on my home ribbon, I am confused on where to connect the pieces that also look like Legos on that Home ribbon. Help?
Hi Jerry, do u still keep the IC proseccor your iPhone SE? May i buy it from you? My iphone U2 IC was not working and there are no sparepart iphone SE at my country... please help me......🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏 Hopefully u read my comment
I used your video as reference for my iPhone screen replacement finished up and everything functioned properly except that the battery will no longer charge. Any thoughts? is it possible I shorted something when disconnecting/reconnecting the battery?
I have an unusual problem- I'm replacing my iphone se screen. I installed a new iphone 5s screen onto it from amazon, and then there was very thin and staticky black lines across the screen, and only half the screen was working. I tried reconnecting many times and still the same thing. So I bought a different screen with better reviews from a different seller, and the exact same thing happened. I wondered if the phone was damaged, but I put the old cracked screen on and it works fine. Anyone have any idea what's going on?
Thank you for taking the time to post this video. Unfortunately it was difficult to watch due to the frequent cuts. So many cuts are jarring to the eye making it difficult to read the subtitles and see what is happening in the actual video.