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This video will show you how to remove the front case assembly from the iPhone 3GS.
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How to Remove the Front Case from iPhone 3GS
Front case removal. To begin grab your Philips head screw driver and at the base of the iPhone there are two Philip’s head screws that need to be removed. As you can see this is already been done for us. Now, getting your case opener tool or a flat head screw driver gently prop between the glass and the middle part of the iPhone. Gently lift up on both sides while working your way around the iPhone. Now lift up from the base and you will see three cables that will need to be removed.
The first and second cable, snap off the logic board. Do this very carefully. The 3rd cable is a ribbon cable; there is a lock bar holding the ribbon cable in place. Gently lift the lock bar up and the ribbon cable should slide out.