BLACK iPhone 7 Screen: https://goo.gl/Qv6Blh
WHITE iPhone 7 Screen: https://goo.gl/bv0skt
Here is the Y000 zero bit: http://amzn.to/2efbH2U
Pentalobe screw drivers: http://amzn.to/2e3p9uP
Green Pry tool: http://amzn.to/1Tu57pI
Phone opening metal tool: http://amzn.to/1WdOFv0
Let me know if any of those links stop working!!! or if you need another part.
IF YOU NEED THE iPHONE 7 PLUS screen repair video: https://youtu.be/gH2Uok-9Y8A
Phones break. Cant always avoid it. This video shows I replace the screen on my own iPhone 7. Its always easier to repair something after you know what to expect, and you've seen it before. Remember you attempt ALL repairs at your own risk.
The iPhone 7 is a tricky phone to work on. It opens up from the side, instead of the top, and the ribbons are SUPER fragile. The Home button is also fragile, as many people attempting this repair have not been successful in swapping the home button to a new device. I will keep you updated on what causes that here in this video description.
The camera I used to film this video: http://amzn.to/1IjlaCD
The Lens I used for this video: http://amzn.to/1QOXDw2
And this Metabones adapter: http://amzn.to/1R7Ltic
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Is the flash part of the rear camera? I have the black screen on both rear and front facing camera, and the flash will not turn on either. All of the other fixes haven't worked for fixing this. Even restored the phone completely. What do i need to replace?
Apple is playing dirty... the home button is disabled on a screen replacement... also watch out they are using soft screws so they will strip with no force at all. So super careful when removing the Y screws! If you do strip one, use a fingernail file and try filing a grove for slotted screwdriver.... but it will probably loosen with the rubbing of the file.
So I changed my friends iPhone 7 screen !, followed all streps !, it turn on and all :) so exited !, except only some apps will launch !, I can’t access settings !, I can’t access numbers on keyboard, maybe it was a bad LCD replacement ? Or we’ll cause it was really really bad the original Cracked screen , maybe the damage was too bad that even after replacing LCD screen!, it just unfixable :/
replaced an iPhone 7 screen. (I've replaced many phones before). The screen ended up not turning back on. So I went to your video and followed it exactly the way you did it. Do you think the screen is just bad and that is why It is not working? Or could I have messed something up?
Just used your video as my guide for replacement of my wife's screen. Everything works. Screen, camera, home button, mic. THANK YOU for producing this tutorial. Keeping screws separate and in order is definitely recommended. Cheers
how you know you fully killed the phone if you didnt unplug the battery the screen wont turn on but when it turns on the finger print id vibrates did i kill the mother board or the screen it self? Help??
I had my screen replaced today by a cellphone repair shop . I noticed it’s a lot dimmer then the original screen, I guess better then a cracked screen...but I know this voids my Apple warranty but I still owe on my phone and wonder if I can still trade it in for an upgrade with Verizon ?!
First time fixing a phone screen... I fucked up the home button and the flash. Also missed one screw. I’d say alright considering Ima beginner. I only fucked up the home button because I couldn’t unscrew one that got drilled cause I didn’t unscrew right. All in all the screen works perfectly and cameras are good. No glitches. Pretty solid video and I shoulda been more careful.
Thank you for this guide, it made fixing my wife's phone so easy. However because I was super OCD and I "noticed" an imperfection, I took the screen off again to try to readjust it and accidentally cut one of the cables...so now I have to use touch assist until the new screen arrives... But if you follow his instructions everything will work great. Touch ID worked for me just fine until I messed it up. I also got my screen from Oli & Ode in case anyone is wondering. Very affordable and high quality stuff.
Hey i tried repairing my own phone, it still turns on but the touch screen isnt working. I tried taking it apart and puting it back together but it still doesnt work. Do you have anything I can do to fix this?
Chalk up another non working home button after a screen change. And it was changed by a local phone repair shop. So, FU*K Apple. This slimy company does whatever it can to force you to use their products and services (overpriced). I have no idea why so many people think this company is a god. Glad there are Android Phones for future purchases.
Replaced the screen and the home button did not work. I researched that the home button and the screen have a software pin that make them work together. Just buying a screen without the home button and everything attached is a gamble.
This video is going through each step too fast, and does not mention that the adhesive should be warmed up etc. Suggestion for first time screen changers is to use a longer guide. Otherwise this guide is decent.
Thanks for the video. One little miss, about the glue under the home button ribbon, that needed serious heating to detach.
As someone mentioned it around here, the Y screwdriver that you get with the kit, died from one gentle slip :) even though it seemed to work just fine for about 10 Y screws before that.
Be careful when you get to the home button, that's where it failed and it seemed to me that those screws had most resistance. I had to buy another Y screwdriver separately and still failed at removing the one last screw on the home button itself. Had to bend the metallic plate with the button to fit it out through the whole :)
I got mine from a local electronics shop, couldn't wait for another delivery.
I'd say that any [Y] screwdriver that you'd find out there will be a better option compared to what came in the kit :)
As I said, even with a "pro" screwdriver I wasn't able to remove the one last screw on the home button.
$50 to $70 is a good price if you're paying someone else..... If it's more i'd do it myself, watch plenty of tutorials and read up. Pretty hard to mess anything up as long as you're delicate with the ribbon cables and take your time. Also you should get little zip lock bags and label each with the individual parts as you disassemble so you don't lose anything and know where everything goes back together when u're assembling.