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Ipad landscape orientation cut out

December 16, 2014

Ipad landscape orientation cut out

I just picked up an ipad in Japan. It has been great but I had to send it in for repair because the screen is completely gone. The screen looks black, but you can't actually see any of the content. Since the cover is attached, I want to get the whole cover off, have it fixed, then put it back on.

I have been reading the various advice on this site and others for guidance on how to remove the cover. The most complete answer I found was this one:

http://forums.touchpanelrepair.com/viewtopic.php?f=9&,t=21018&,start=0

It looked like it was going to work well, so I took the advice, but I am not happy with the result. I can't remove the rubber bands from the little tabs on the bottom, and I was not able to pull it off smoothly enough for the old guard. Also, the part I was able to get off was still very loose. This was the best picture I could get of it at the moment.

My question is, would it be possible to just cut the entire thing off (ie. remove the cover, and the bottom) and replace the entire cover? I know the part that I removed from the bottom is still in there, and probably will be there to the end, but I would just like to have the new cover (or maybe remove the entire case, the screen, and other parts) and then put them back. I am not sure if it is possible to remove just the part I did remove, but if I could do it that way, I would be much happier.

I just picked up an ipad in Japan. It has been great but I had to send it in for repair because the screen is completely gone. The screen looks black, but you can't actually see any of the content. Since the cover is attached, I want to get the whole cover off, have it fixed, then put it back on.

I have been reading the various advice on this site and others for guidance on how to remove the cover. The most complete answer I found was this one:

http://forums.touchpanelrepair.com/viewtopic.php?f=9&,t=21018&,start=0

It looked like it was going to work well, so I took the advice, but I am not happy with the result. I can't remove the rubber bands from the little tabs on the bottom, and I was not able to pull it off smoothly enough for the old guard. Also, the part I was able to get off was still very loose. This was the best picture I could get of it at the moment.

My question is, would it be possible to just cut the entire thing off (ie. remove the cover, and the bottom) and replace the entire cover? I know the part that I removed from the bottom is still in there, and probably will be there to the end, but I would just like to have the new cover (or maybe remove the entire case, the screen, and other parts) and then put them back. I am not sure if it is possible to remove just the part I did remove, but if I could do it that way, I would be much happier.

So what is the total thickness of the cover and the part you removed?

1. Remove the bottom piece of the cover.

2. Can you pop off the front piece of the cover, revealing the charging port and the Touch ID button?

3. Are the phone, screen and battery exposed?

4. Is the metal trimming around the edges still in place?

5. Put the bottom back in place.

6. Now that the cover is all back in place, are you able to pop out the bottom part and then invert it to put the whole cover back in place?

7. Does the entire unit work correctly when you pop the cover back in place?

Remove the bottom piece of the cover.

That will release the rubber bands holding the back in place. If you can take the phone apart enough to get to the charging port and Touch ID button you may be able to turn the back face side up and get it out that way. If not, what is the best thing to do with that portion?

If the metal trimming around the edges is still there, you may be able to slide that off and then snap it back in place. Otherwise, it's going to be stuck back on, and if it was just cut off, is there any possibility that it was snipped and it will eventually fall off and come out?

How tight is the bond between the back of the phone and the front? Does it feel like it's just clips, or like it's going to break off?