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Estudiante de Ingenieria Mecánica e Ingenieria en Informatica, soy curioso por todo, me gusta profundizar en lo que hago y volverme experto en ello! Lo considero un hobbie.
... force I should have applied to it, but fortunately, I did it well, the trick is (In a area that is NOT lifted) focus there and try with an opener, separate the front panel from the rear case... As shown. That's it.
-The second difficult thing and not shown in this guide or in any Youtube video was... The GLUE THAT IS ATTACHING THE BATTERY TO THE REAR CASE, OH MY GOD, IT EVEN MORE HORRIBLE! but my trick here was, with a playing card, gently, slide it from the secure areas of the battery, deep, going deeper and deeper (Taking care of the electronic things you can move or affect with this movement) removing all the glue from the rear case and the battery, as you know, the battery was swollen, and first I thought that it couldn't take apart from the rear case because it was like prisioned there because it's volume increment, but It wasn't that, it was because of that glue that wouldn't let me take it!
I'm not a perfect English speaker but I am (As everybody here) part of this huge community! And that's why I'll do my best trying to explain my experience doing this guide, hope could help someone:
First I want to make clear that I own an iPhone 5, which problem was swollen battery, so swollen that it lifted the screen out in a quite appreciable way, so that, that if you kept the brightness full/high, you will see almost all your hand lighted because of the light shining through the lifted area... Al these without mention that through this area entered dust and particles that make my screen looks dirty and not bright and couldn't clean it without getting over the main problem first.
Well, now talking about the experience tearing down... The hardest part... Were two actually:
-Taking the front panel out; it was terrible! God, I mean, since I don't have the iSlack (God! if you can afford it, don't doubt to take it) I did it with the suction cup, it was really hard to know which was the optimal range of