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Fourth, observe that the mic cable will bend back on itself and the circular mic will fit into a hole in a rubber piece that is already connected to the back of the lcd (right under the camera window).
Now that you know where everything goes, fit the mic into its hole then bend the whole assembly over on itself so the camera is lined up with its window. Then bend the sensor cable back under and--this is key--fit the end of the cable with the rubber piece right up next to the right of the camera holder. It is very tricky getting everything to stay where it's supposed to. Also you should have put the tape on the new camera assembly and should be ready to stick it to the back of the lcd (that tape only goes on one way, too, but that's too much to go into now--figure it out!). Do everything at once (bend back cables, orient pieces, line up stuff, stick down tape) and viola!, you're ready to add on the ear speaker . . .
--By the way, I thought the little reflective piece on the end of the sensor cable was what fit into the window to the right and below the camera window--it's not. What goes in there is a protruding rectangular section on the cable that has no reflective surfaces. The reflective part at the end actually ends up fitting next to the camera.--
Third, take the rubber piece off of the end of your sensor cable on your old camera assembly, and place it over the square reflective part at the end of the sensor cable on your new camera. If you look at the end of the sensor cable through a magnifying glass you'll see that next to the reflective piece are two little bumps that stick out. The rubber piece has a rectangular window that fits over the reflective piece, and a rubber "bar" that extends out over the two bumps--that's the orientation of the rubber piece. It should stay once pushed on with a fingertip.
Here's what you do--and I found a magnifying glass essential for all of this: First thing is you need to make sure you have three little pieces that are essential for the realignment of everything: two hard-plastic pieces (a circular one and a rectangular one) that will hold the camera and the proximity sensor respectively, and a soft-rubber piece that goes over some kind of sensor at the end of the proximity sensor cable. The plastic camera holder will be kind of loose in its slot until the end, so don't worry about that. Each piece can only go on one way that will enable the assembly to fit together the correctly.
First put the camera holder over the lens so it fits into two slots. Take note of its position in relation to the spot it will occupy in the camera window and place it in that spot. Second, put the plastic rectangular piece over the proximity sensor so it fits. PS: the lens-holder is loose, but the square piece will stick and stay over the sensor--in the correct orientation.
"To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order." Maddening. That is not helpful. I sat for hours over two days staring at the front camera assembly trying to figure out how in the world it goes onto the back of the screen properly. Taking something like that off is NOTHING like putting it back on: there are parts that need to be bent around, parts that go in certain holes, little pieces that aid in alignment that need to be placed just so and on and on it goes. Ifixit, you really fell down on the job here.
Now, let me set the record straight, if I can, for I searched and searched for answers to how to get that darned front-camera piece back in correctly and not one YouTube video or pictorial instructional says anything more than "reverse instructions." Next I'll give instructions on what to do:
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