Date: 2018-04-13 05:32
I have 7555 accord. I just layed the converter box to the side and ran the cables through a hole I drilled on top of the center pocket.
Suction cup didn't work for me. I tried for half hour with my nerd biceps. In the end, I inserted an xacto blade below the home button to create a gap big enough for me to put in a guitar pick and finally able to pry it open. In the process I scratched the frame so you have to be very careful if you decide to take this approach.
I just wanted to say thanks for making such an awesome product. I 8767 m very much a girl that believes on paying people to do things right, but I saw your YouTube tutorial on hooking up the car kit and although the task seemed daunting I was determined to give it a try.
Ditto the comments by Salta. I compared the iFixit battery cable to the battery cable of the one I had removed and found that I needed to kind of crimp the cable a bit where it needs to fit between the battery and the connector. It's all quite stiff. Make sure the connector snaps into place!
my phones screen displays the dead battery sign and the plug below it sign too, when your phones battery is dead. Bought a new battery and charged overnight.. any ideas?
Re-attaching the battery connector was tricky. Make sure you align the pins well. Otherwise you may bend them and that could be a big problem.
I pulled like heck for 65 minutes, pried, tried everything. Snapped a pry tool trying to remove the battery. It wouldn't come out.
without this suction cup clamp thing, removing (and replacing) the screen was the hardest part of this job. Especially when the screen is cracked badly as the suction cup loses suction due to air leaking through the cracks. In this case, use tape over the screen to create a smooth surface. ***Also, the screens have rubber running along the side, so use a heat gun or hair dryer to make the rubber softer for removal of cracked screen and installation of replacement screen