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    Default What you think of this?
    Took me almost a 4 hrs

    If you have lots of scratches, this is for you !

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    iPhone? More like MyPhone
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    what did you use/do?!

    Looks beautiful

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    Photoshop!
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    cool

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    silver back? i dont get it, looks regular.

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    ...its probably an invisible shield... this thread fails because he doesn't tell whats going on in the picture he just says "Took me almost a 4 hrs
    If you have lots of scratches, this is for you !"

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    Niiice. That's shiny as a mutha.

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    how did u do that ?

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    This is not photoshoped.

    I took the back off the iFone, I used sand papaer, then I finanlized it by water sanding it.

    I'm 80% done... I ran out of sand paper =/

    this is at 60%

    Last edited by ellicit; 2008-07-27 at 11:11 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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    can u please tell step by step wat u did cuz i have alot of scratches on the back of my ifone pleazzzze

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    well when u will tell anything just pm me please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeal View Post
    Photoshop!
    You are saying he did it the way you woud have did it?
    If anything was usefull a thanks would be great!

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    Open the back cover of the iPhone
    (use this guide [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yz8a7z86a_4]YouTube - iPhone Taken Apart Step By Step[/ame])

    Then remove everything that held down by screw, this includes all the buttons and the camera lens.

    Now get ready to sand down the back cover using 400 grid sand paper, once you've removed all the paint, use a 150 grid sand blaster


    sand from left to right so that it has a finishing surface look

    Goodluck... do this at your own risk.
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    No Thank You...
    EDM

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    Taking apart iPhone = not for the average user.

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    It is for the average user with a pair of cahones, just not the average user who is afraid of ruining their baby. I have taken my old one apart, only since I got my 3G. Wasn't as hard as I anticipated, probably because I wasn't worried about losing my only phone.

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    Nice, but the old iPhone deserves the classic silver, oh and a good way to remove scratches.

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