iPhone X Motherboard replacement


Hello everyone, today I show you how to disassemble
iPhone X and replace motherboard To disassemble the iPhone X you need the following
tools: • Screwdriver set
• Plastic mediator • Suction cup for removing display
• Tweezers and opening plastic tool • Hairdryer
In the description under this video, I left links to the necessary tools and parts for
replacement Before disassembly, turn off the iPhone and
remove the sim card tray. Unscrew the two screws near the charging port
with a Pentalobe 0.8 mm screwdriver Take any hair dryer and heat the surface of
the screen for 1-2 minutes. Set the suction cup at the bottom of the screen
and pull the ring up. Next, take a plastic mediator and begin to
disconnect the display module from the iPhone. The case of the iPhone 10 opening like a book. Open the display to the right side. Using a Tri-Wing 0.6mm screwdriver, unscrew
5 screws and remove the metal panel. Under the metal panel, you will see cables. The first is disconnecting the battery cable,
and then disconnecting the 3 display cables To
replace the motherboard, you need to disconnect all cables from the motherboard, unscrew a
couple of screws and remove the metal frame from the camera module. Begin disassembly by removing the camera bracket. Disconnect all cables from the motherboard
Also, you need to disconnect one hard-to-get cable; to do this, remove the Face ID module
and it will be possible to disable this cable. Remove the 3 screws from the motherboard and
do not lose the metal part from the last screw. Now you can remove the motherboard from the
case. What you need to know when replacing the motherboard
on the iPhone X. If you decide to install a new motherboard,
also you will need to replace the Face ID module and the light sensor. When you buy a new motherboard, look for the
kit — a motherboard with native Face ID module and the light sensor that comes modularly
with the proximity sensor and ear speaker. If you just install a new motherboard and
connect the Face ID module from your iPhone X, then the Face ID function will not work,
because the Face ID module tied to the motherboard from the factory where your iPhone X assembled. In the description under the video, I will
leave links where you can buy a motherboard for iPhone X
Let’s start the assembly with the connection of the cables. Connect the cable and install the Face ID
module to correct position. Fasten 3 screws and connect all cables to
the iPhone 10 motherboard Install the metal bracket on the camera module
and fasten the 2 screws. Now you can connect the display and check
how the motherboard works, before the final assembly with gluing of the case
To test the iPhone, you need to connect 3 display cables and after the battery cable. Turn over the display, but do not close the
case, just flip it. Turn on the iPhone and check how the smartphone
works. If everything is working properly, let’s begin
to the final assembling Remove old glue from iPhone X case
Using medical alcohol, wipe the iPhone X case from the old adhesive tape. If you want to restore the water resistance
of your iPhone X, you need adhesive tape like this. Of course, you can assemble your iPhone X
without this adhesive tape, but this makes no sense because this adhesive tape costs
only a couple of dollars. In the description under the video, you find
a link where to buy this adhesive tape. Connect 3 display cables to the mainboard
and only after connect the battery cable. Install the metal panel and fasten the screws. Turn over the display and press it to the
case. Fasten the 2 screws near the charging port. Install the tray with a sim card. Now you can turn on your iPhone X and use
it

4 thoughts on “iPhone X Motherboard replacement

  1. 👋 hello! I have changed an motherboard to iPhone X but is not working touch screen, why??? I have see your video and it’s very simple to change but now is not working my touchscreen, can you explain to the problem? Thenx.

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