Introducción

Usa esta guía para reemplazar el cable del sensor que contiene la cámara frontal, micrófono, sensores ambientales y el contacto del altoparlante en tu iPhone 5s.

Partes

No se requieren partes.

    • Este paso requiere remover la cámara frontal y el cable del sensor del conjunto del panel frontal

    • La cámara frontal y el cable del sensor se adhieren al conjunto de la pantalla con adhesivo suave

    • Usando el iOpener para suavizar el adhesivo, este, ayudará a removerlo con seguridad. Sigue nuestras instrucciones para usar el iOpener

    If you just want to get underneath the LCD plate, e.g. to clean water/drinks that got in there, skip to step 34. There's no need to peel off those connectors or use the iOpener heat. Here's a photo: http://imgur.com/AKlFWed

    Dan Dascalescu - Contestar

    In my case, my front facing camera was just foggy, and I suspected dust had got in there (was correct in the end). In this step I had to remove the shield (which you can see still attached in Step 16), which is over the camera itself. It was then possible to gently lift the camera out of it's socket and clean.

    Robert Colvin - Contestar

    Robert -You were able to lift the camera just by itself? I would think the cable doesn't have any extra slack to allow the camera to move without detaching the cable on one end.

    Paul Astrachan -

    Quick tip: if you can't afford/wait for/don't want the iOpener, filling a small portion of an ankle cut cotton sock with rice (to about the size of a golf ball), tying it closed, and putting it in the microwave for about 25-30 seconds can work just as well!

    ndauphin583 - Contestar

    I used a cherry stone pillow to heat up the display. I though it could be nearly the same as the iOpener one. It worked out very well

    Denis Kiesel - Contestar

  1. Utiliza el borde de la pinza o un spudger, para hacer palanca y levantar suavemente el cable de contacto del altavoz del auricular hacia arriba, para separar esta parte de la cámara y el sensor del adhesivo. Sólo haz palanca directamente debajo de los contactos del altavoz del auricular—allí hay sensores y microchips que podrían resultar dañados si haces palanca en cualquier otro lugar.
    • Utiliza el borde de la pinza o un spudger, para hacer palanca y levantar suavemente el cable de contacto del altavoz del auricular hacia arriba, para separar esta parte de la cámara y el sensor del adhesivo.

    • Sólo haz palanca directamente debajo de los contactos del altavoz del auricular—allí hay sensores y microchips que podrían resultar dañados si haces palanca en cualquier otro lugar.

    People, we carefull while removing, IFIXIT guys are not being aware of putting in the guide about the really easy way you can brick the cable. from the contacts down there is a sensor that will come loose easily from the cable if not pryed up! i dont know why they didnt put this HUGE in the guide.

    Alma - Contestar

    Hernan,

    I have bricked two of these cables now. Can you give me a step by step approach to removing the proximity sensor cable....I don't know what I'm doing wrong. I insert a flathead screwdriver underneath the part of the cable that doubles back and lift from there. What do you recommend?

    Thank you,

    sachock - Contestar

    I got stuck on this step for a while. The cable itself is really thin and I thought it had a piece of plastic underneath it but this is actually part of the display assembly and not the cable.

    warren5236 - Contestar

    Yeah, I kept applying more heat only to realize the same thing. The gold contacts are sitting on a very thin flexible plastic strip that you need to peel up.

    jonl -

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  3. Utiliza la punta de un spudger para levantar los sensores de luz ambiental y proximidad fuera de sus lugares en el display Allí hay un pequeño contenedor cuadrado de plástico y metal para el sensor de proximidad. Este contenedor es esencial para que el sensor de proximidad funcione correctamente.
    • Utiliza la punta de un spudger para levantar los sensores de luz ambiental y proximidad fuera de sus lugares en el display

    • Allí hay un pequeño contenedor cuadrado de plástico y metal para el sensor de proximidad. Este contenedor es esencial para que el sensor de proximidad funcione correctamente.

    • Si reemplazas el sensor de proximidad, asegúrate de que el contenedor continúe adherido a la parte trasera del display. SI se sale junto al viejo sensor, quítalo del viejo sensor y utiliza una pequeña cantidad de adhesivo para volver a ubicarlo en la parte trasera del display

    This step doesn't give complete information.

    The proximity sensor is adhered to the frame and must be loosened CAREFULLY and SEPARATELY before applying any pressure to the ribbon itself. It is extremely easy to tear the sensor from the ribbon, meaning when you're on a call with the phone next to your face, any touch will "press" an on-screen button. Look up images of these components to see exactly where they are placed and what they look like.

    mikemckinnon - Contestar

    Hello! I dont know why but I cant make the proximity sensor work. My front camera is working... I don't know what i'm doing wrong, can you help me with that?

    jesusbe -

    Under the proximity sensor, there is an little white sticker.

    You have to put this on to the new screen,

    otherwise the proximity sensor will not work properly.

    To get it off, try to heat the spot (for example with the iOpener).

    FaKlein - Contestar

    Yep, brilliant piece of advice. I would have missed the white diffusing paper if not for this comment. Thanks!

    jonl -

    Thanks, I would have miss that one !

    K8L -

    thank you! this is a HUUUUGE note.

    palatucci -

    proximity sensor holder, the one with the half metal square should be centered on the two small translucent openings of the front panel otherwise it doesn't work. Mine was misaligned I had to remove and glue it again to make it work.

    osmanalpay - Contestar

    The bracket for the proximity sensor is critical. some more detailed pictures and guidance would be helpful here. After attempting to replace the screen with a new screen that did not come with the proximity sensor, buying a new proximity sensor bracket, etc. I finally gave up and bought another screen that included the front-facing camera and proximity sensor pre-installed.

    Jay Seaman - Contestar

    also, make sure you get the tiny rubber gasket that the prox sensor fits into snugly against the display. when i popped the sensor off, the gasket stayed behind, and i couldn't get the sensor to fit properly in the new display. i checked the old one again and saw the little rubber gasket that contours to the front camera lens opening on the display assembly. pulled it off with tweezers, and used it to get the prox sensor properly seated on the new display. i wish i'd taken a picture of it, but, well, my phone was in pieces in front of me.

    palatucci - Contestar

    I recently replaced a broken screen. The screen had shattered in the earphone area, and since the phone was new to me I didn't know about the camera clip and proximity sensor holder. These parts are just a few dollars online. I believe they are essential. My front camera has visible drift and the proximity sensor doesn't work.

    saifalgianfar - Contestar

    I also had to remove the tiny black rubber gasket and move it to the new display. This was not easy. I also had lots of trouble getting the proximity sensor back in place during reassembly. I seemed to have another connector near the camera that had to be reconnected, but isn’t mentioned in this guide. More pictures on a white phone might make it easier to see all the tiny parts in this area.

    smacdvm - Contestar

  4. Utiliza la parte plana de un spudger para levantar y separar la cámara frontal de la pantalla Utiliza la parte plana de un spudger para levantar y separar la cámara frontal de la pantalla
    • Utiliza la parte plana de un spudger para levantar y separar la cámara frontal de la pantalla

    When reassembling, I found an unknown, small black plastic piece on my work surface. It wasn't anything that I'd removed in any step. It had a curved section and a small tab, the whole thing was less that 1/4". Nothing in any of the instructions mentions it.

    I finally figured out it was supposed to go just to the right (while looking at the open back of the screen unit) of the hole where the camera fits. The semi circle hugs the side of the camera when you reinstall.

    This had me going nuts for about 30 minutes. Hopefully this info can help you avoid that.

    Mike Yagi - Contestar

    That rubber piece should be put back on the ambient light sensor (pink, purple). Like you said, it hugs against the front camera.

    Didier Daniel -

    I gotta say, reassembling this assembly it very fiddly and painstaking. There are lots of little parts that need to fit into other little parts while engaging yet other little parts. Seriously, and exploded diagram of all these little parts would be helpful! I took my time, used a very bright light and a magnifying hood while disassembling and reassembling and it really helped.

    Sheldon Carpenter - Contestar

    The small black piece is part of the front facing camera housing, can I also point out to make sure that you remove the clear plastic camera lens housing from the old screen too, and make sure that this and the small rubber housing are placed onto the new screen as these are what hold the lens, the microphone and the ambient light in place. There maybe a small amount of glue around the lens housing which needs to be removed with a sharp blade, please take care when doing this.

    Roberto Enrieu - Contestar

    Thanks Mike and Didier, great help !

    tahiruysal - Contestar

    What is that thing for? I replaced the section for my brother and his cheap repair part came without that thing to stick on and it seems to work…

    Jokl92 - Contestar

  5. Si estás utilizando la misma placa de protección en una pantalla nueva, no es necesario que quites el cable de la placa de protección del LCD. Saltea este paso. Cuidadosamente despega el cable de la placa de protección del LCD para removerlo del pantalla. Ten cuidado de no agarrar el cable del digitalizador mientras se despega el cable de montaje de la cámara y el sensor
    • Si estás utilizando la misma placa de protección en una pantalla nueva, no es necesario que quites el cable de la placa de protección del LCD. Saltea este paso.

    • Cuidadosamente despega el cable de la placa de protección del LCD para removerlo del pantalla.

    • Ten cuidado de no agarrar el cable del digitalizador mientras se despega el cable de montaje de la cámara y el sensor

    I would skip Step 24. Why would you remove the very delicate cable assembly from the LCD shield plate only to reattach it to the same shield plate after fastening the shield plate to your new display assembly...

    kevindfrye - Contestar

    Indeed. I just did one today and realized it would have been fine to leave it. Better even.

    Paul Jerome -

    Only minor thing: It's step 25 you should skip. I replaced my wife's last night and skipped it. Skipping Step 25 was definitely a wise thing to do, since you're simply putting it right back on the same piece once you put the phone back together.

    pbpope -

    Does anyone know what the copper sticker is for? I accidentally ripped mine apart trying to get it off, it tore easier than paper, being that I didn't even notice I did it until I noticed it was ripped. I also thought to myself, why the heck did I remove this thing when I didn't need to. I've been trying to google it. it might be "iPhone 5S Rear Camera Cooling Copper Adhesive Sticker" but there is no reference as to how big that is. Anyway, I assembled it as normal and the phone works perfectly fine. So any help would be appreciated.

    aaron - Contestar

    I got the same problem with the copper sticker,it has been tore! Is anybody can explain what does it for and where can i get it?!! Because the phone not working properly. Any help would be appreciated.

    Mark - Contestar

    Didn`t tear it , but there is no use in removing it since reusing LCD protector later, !@#$%^ me off. :-)

    eriwolde - Contestar

    Why remove the copper sticker? Why not leave it attached since your are going to reuse LCD protector. Remove the home button before the camera and light sensor and save the LCD protector for last with everything attached to it.

    Marshall - Contestar

    I thirdly will ask for what the copper sticker is for!? I thought some kind of grounding?? I tore mine and the front facing camera is fuzzy now. It looks grainy. Almost like it isn't grounded good. ANY advice here would be appreciated.

    Thanks

    Kent - Contestar

    Agreed. Skip step 25. I can't fathom why it's in these otherwise excellent instructions.

    leanit - Contestar

    Agreed - you don't need to do this step

    kevinhay - Contestar

    Also skipped this step.

    jonl - Contestar

    I tore mine also...wish I would have come here and read these helpful tips first.

    Michael Huber - Contestar

    The copper sticker is some kind of ground connection, and is therefore probably very important given the frequencies present inside the phone, and that the phone is itself a radio transmitter and receiver. I too followed the instructions and removed it but I was super careful and didn't tear it, and was able to reattach it. I used the spudger to smooth it and ensure that it makes good contact with the shield. It didn't even occur to me to skip the removal step! But I agree with that advice.

    Mark Cousins - Contestar

    Replacement Front Camera and Sensor Cable didn't have such sticker. Where this sticker should be reattached?

    fedor -

    step 32:while removing that piece on the LCD shield plate , I sheared that cable which is connected to the shield plate, so I skiped it and completed fixing, after that I found out that my iphone is not working .. I don't understand the problem from this cable or from the new screen ..

    please help ..

    email: maamoon95@hotmail.com

    maamoon95 - Contestar

    I phone 5s. During peeling off the shield plate from the LCD plate i damage it. What parts should i buy to replace this shield plate? lsanevich@gmail.com

    Sanevich - Contestar

    I did the same as the above to people what part do i need to replace to fix this. I think this is causing my touch portion to not work. My email is camgoins23@gmail.com

    Cameron Goins - Contestar

    I also ripped the copper cable. However when I booted the repaired phone without it, it wouldn’t boot. It was stuck in a loop. To fix this and it worked for me, hold the home button and power button until the phone display turns on again

    Jon Nugent - Contestar

    What is the sticky plastic that I am peeling off called I tore that. Can I replace it?

    Tabatha Hurley - Contestar

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Be great if someone could put together some *reassembly* instructions for this. Particularly the section on the camera and sensors area.

Phil Thomas - Contestar

It seems like a lot of steps have gone missing from this guide. The related guide (5SE) has much more explicit instructions for the same activity and should be used instead of this one. Reemplazo de Cámara frontal y cable de sensor frontal del iPhone SE.

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