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DIY replacement of iPhone dust mesh.

Replacing a iPhone speaker dust mesh on the front of an iPhone would require disassembling the whole phone. There is an easier and much cheaper workaround for this...

Left image shows iPhone with missing front dust mesh Right image shows dust meshes on bottom
  • Left image shows iPhone with missing front dust mesh

  • Right image shows dust meshes on bottom

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Cut out a piece of stainless steel mesh of the tea filter using a pocket knife Trim the piece of mesh using a pair of scissors to a size of approx. 3x9 mm
  • Cut out a piece of stainless steel mesh of the tea filter using a pocket knife

  • Trim the piece of mesh using a pair of scissors to a size of approx. 3x9 mm

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Fold the piece of mesh longways using the plastic tip Use a pair of tweezers to insert the folded piece of mesh into the hole above the speaker
  • Fold the piece of mesh longways using the plastic tip

  • Use a pair of tweezers to insert the folded piece of mesh into the hole above the speaker

  • Put piece of mesh into place using plastic tip

  • That's it - see the result on the images

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This may work fine for most dirt, but with the original design there is also a cloth mesh behind the metal mesh that helps to keep finer particles out of the speaker.

This is definitely a much much much easier way to get some sort of protection in there at least. :)

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