iPhone 4 (GSM/AT&T) Cellular Antenna

  • iPhone 4 (GSM/AT&T) Cellular Antenna
iPhone 4 (GSM/AT&T) Cellular Antenna

US$9.99

US$9.99

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Replace a torn or missing cellular antenna in your GSM model iPhone 4 and fix unreliable connectivity to cellular service.

The radiating antenna is adhered to the speaker enclosure in the rear case of the iPhone.

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  • GSM iPhone 4

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iPhone 4
A1332 GSM/16GB
A1332 GSM/32GB
A1332 GSM/Revision A/8GB

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iPhone 4 with weak/no reception after being dropped. Re-seating the antenna connector didn't fix it.

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The repair was quick and painless. I had previously installed the iFixIt iPhone liberation kit to replace the pentalobe screws with Phillips screws as well.

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Be sure to keep your screws sorted out. I st . . .

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Broke the speaker enclosure connector on a previous repair

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Well, but tedious.

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If you don't have a screw tray, use a piece of printer paper and draw a 2x8 grid on it. Place the screws, for each step, in a separate grid space.

Also, when putting the new antenna on, make sure to attach the end part (ho . . .

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I fixed the home button speaker disclosure wifi antenna cellular antenna vibrator.

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Was pretty easy not to bad on time just not so steady hands Why I took awhile but got it done.

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No advice

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When my daughter called people they could not hear her but she could here them.

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The repair went well but the parts I ordered did not solve the problem. The solution was to take the logic board out and take the chip plate off and put a very small square (cut from credit card) over the chip. The phone . . .

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My home button was broken and I left if broken for a long time because I was able to use the assist feature in the iOS. But when the speaker stopped working, I knew I had to replace it. It was during this process that I damaged my cellular antenna.

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During the speaker replacement I used a tool to help . . .

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Home button worked intermittently, service/antenna intermittent.

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Fixed both, followed guides which were very clear and well documented. All set!

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Go slow when removing the front screen assembly from the metal cage - the bottom plastic screw holes can easily snap off.

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My iPhone 4 got dropped into a piece of cake and frosting got into the bottom left speaker opening. I tried to clean it from the outside but the sound from the speaker was still muffled. Ultimately I found the repair guide on iFixIt.com and decided to take the phone apart and attempt a more thoroug . . .

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