This was harder than it looks. The adhesive tape covers a lot of area and has stuck to it tiny wires that go to the speaker. I had to use the tweezers to very carefully separate the wire from the adhesive, and to then pull the adhesive off the circuit board area in one spot before it would finally come away.
There’s no mention of the magnets. They’re just jammed under the adhesive and looked like I’d broken something since they’re irregularly shaped shards of metal and took me a minute to figure out what they were or where they go. It would be good to show where they should be replaced and how to do so.
I would have really found it useful to have some detailed guidance on how to reapply the adhesive. The adhesive strips are packaged in such a way that it actually makes applying them much more difficult… unless there’s some trick that I couldn’t figure out. Hence, the value of some instructions.
The sheet with the adhesives has a clear cover over the side of the strips that adheres to the glass, with a blue cover strip and tab for easy removal on the side that adheres to the body. This would lead you to believe that you should adhere it to the glass first, and then press the glass onto the body. But the adhesive has many notches and curves and if you don’t get them aligned on the glass correctly, they could cover the light sensor or camera, interfere with the button, etc. Thus it seems you have to first stick it to the body, meaning you have completely exposed double-sided adhesive that you’re wrestling with, sticking to itself, etc.
If this is NOT how it’s done, some instructions would seem necessary.
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