I like turtles.
This was definitely the most harrowing part of the battery replacement process.
This guide doesn’t really explain how to reapply the display assembly adhesive, which is necessary to restore the iPhone 7’s water resistance. As previously mentioned, check out this guide.
This is obviously one of the easier things to replace on old these rickety old PowerBook’s. However, during reassembly, it may be necessary to kind of finagle the case so that it goes down correctly everywhere. For example, don’t just totally screw down one corner, and then do the same moving from screw to screw; instead, start each screw slightly, and then if necessary, finish tightening each screw to encourage that corresponding corner to go down correctly. This may be obvious to some, but because my logic board wasn’t completely sitting ideal, one of the corners was hard to get flus with the top case surround.
Yes, this is totally better than removing the hard drive screw on the left side of the hard drive as instructed.
I don’t think it’s necessary to remove the RAM from their slots; the eventual logic board removal is not made any more difficult with the RAM cards left in place.
Same here. This guide may be using imagery from the pre-A1025 model PowerBook G4 Titanium’s, which would explain this discrepancy.
As a professional tooth carpenter, I stand by this suggestion
It always tears for me too. They make it look super easy in the videos ;)