I'm Nick Galardi and I am a parts tester here at iFixit. I test a variety of parts, including iPhone displays, everyday to make sure they are up to iFixit's standards. Education wise I'm studying Mechanical Engineering at Cuesta College with the purpose of transfering to Cal Poly. Go Cougs!
One of my favorite (and sadly expensive) hobby is record collecting! Currently, my vinyls are spinning on an Audio Technica AT-LP60. Some of my favorite records include:
99.9% by KAYTRANADA
The Joshua Tree by U2
Salad Days by Mac DeMarco
Rumors by Fleetwood Mac
Mechanical Bull by Kings Of Leon
Hot Fuzz by The Killers
and many more!
Here's a link to my whole collection!
Another hobby I enjoy is paintballing! As of right now I own:
2003 WGP Prostock with a pump kit
Dangerous Power G5
Planet Eclipse Ego 9
This was taken on my GoPro that was setup on my barrel
Back in high school I loved making and editing videos and sometimes still do if I remember to bring GoPro with me for footage. Here's a link to my vimeo account with the few videos I do have. Feel free to check it out!
I also love to compete in food challenges! So far I have only completed the Buffalo Wild Wings Blazin' Wing Challenge.
My mouth was on fire!
Responder a: Touch screen not respondingI would suggest opening your iPad back up again and disconnecting the display and the battery. You do not have to fully take the battery out, just disconnect it from the connection port. Allow these to be disconnected for 10 seconds then reconnect. When you connect the display, be sure that the cables 'click' into place. Turn the iPad back on and test how the touch works. If problems still occur I would try this a few more times. Best of luck!
Responder a: New controller Won't connect to Xbox 360!This is very tricky since it would be hard to connect your controller before the "System Update" screen pops up. One suggestion would be trying to simultaneously turn on your Xbox while pressing the buttons that would connect your controller to the console. If all else fails, you can always purchase a cable that connects your controller to your Xbox.