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Old 03-15-2012, 11:27 AM   #21
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Ok, so I have ordered some parts to fix the volume button my current phone. Is there anyway for me to adjust the volume while making a call without this button or am I stuck asking people to yell if they want me to hear them?

I can adjust the ringtone volume no problem, and when playing music or a video I can use the in-app volume controls, but I cannot figure out how to do it for a phone call.
Try to double tap the home button to bring up the task switcher keep sliding it to the left till you see the volume control.
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Old 03-15-2012, 11:29 AM   #22
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Many thanks!

I don't have the headset, but borrowed one from a co-worker and it worked like a charm. Also seems like the task switcher will work as well.
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Ok, so I have ordered some parts to fix the volume button my current phone. Is there anyway for me to adjust the volume while making a call without this button or am I stuck asking people to yell if they want me to hear them?

I can adjust the ringtone volume no problem, and when playing music or a video I can use the in-app volume controls, but I cannot figure out how to do it for a phone call.
1. Make a call and once connected, go to 'Settings ->Sounds'.
2. Slide the Ringer and Alerts volume slider back and forth and then set it to maximum (far right).
3. Return to your call, your volume should be set to maximum.

Worked for me on my old 3gs running iOS 5.1

Edit: That task switcher method sounds the most elegant. I'll have to remember that.

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Edit: That task switcher method sounds the most elegant. I'll have to remember that.
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Old 07-13-2012, 09:56 AM   #25
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Bump time!

Anyone know of any good ways to remove iPhone glass w/o a suction cup?

Replaced the glass on my phone late last night and didn't full check to see if everything was working, and ear speaker seems to be not functioning. I assume one of the connections was not quite right, and would rather not wait until I get home to fix it.
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Old 07-13-2012, 10:05 AM   #26
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Anyone know of any good ways to remove iPhone glass w/o a suction cup?

Replaced the glass on my phone late last night and didn't full check to see if everything was working, and ear speaker seems to be not functioning. I assume one of the connections was not quite right, and would rather not wait until I get home to fix it.
It's pryable and I have done it when being very careful but it's definitely not as safe as it is with a suction cup and you will most likely end up with scratches/gouges along the prying edge.

Wait for a suction cup or create a vacuum with your mouth and suck it off
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It's pryable and I have done it when being very careful but it's definitely not as safe as it is with a suction cup and you will most likely end up with scratches/gouges along the prying edge.

Wait for a suction cup or create a vacuum with your mouth and suck it off
That's what he said?
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BUMMMMPPPPPPPPPPPP

Any other local (Calgary) places besides that iphixit.ca that fix/replace iPad 2 screens? A do-it-yourself job doesnt qualify here.
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