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Thread: Tip Of The Day

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    Default Tip Of The Day
    Hey guys, a lot of people having some issues with repairs, some needing advice.


    How about this thread be a one stop shop for quick advice?

    Simply post your one golden tip to an efficient and smooth iPhone repair!

    That one little thing you do to in all your repairs to make everything good again!

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    It would be awesome except for the fact people don't bother looking at these threads.

    Although you should always save your shsh's and if needing an unlock always use a custom firmware.

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    Never play leap frog with a unicorn

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    Never chew, chewed gum found on the floor
    Quote Originally Posted by ikesmasher View Post
    that was officially the scariest thing you have ever said str4y.
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    Dude T.M.I

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    Dont take a shower with your phone

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    Unless you have the waterproof case

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    The rice trick really doesnt help your phone

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    Don't drop your phone in souo

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    DOnt buy iphone 4 or 2g separated from the lcd

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    Always thank the Stray

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    If putting your iPhone into your back pocket, flush before getting off the seat.

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    Just my OCD piquing. Whenever doing a repair, I lay out all the parts on a piece of paper with the iphone schematic drawn out on it. I've memorized the internals by heart, but it helps alleviate any discrepancies between 2.1mm and 2.2mm screws.

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    Have the right tools(small enough scale). Too big will do damage. no homo

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