I always use goo gone on my credit card. I Apple some goo gone to a paper towel and rub a small amount on the edge I am wedging under the battery. Reapply every time you take out the card. Clean the case with rubbing alcohol to remove any oil after the battery is removed.
What about the Home button!?!?!?
I would rather gouge my eyes out with a wooden spoon than ever have to do this repair again! It was the hardest repair I have ever done!! I will never rip another power button flex cable again
U Rock! Thanks
This is a tip:
I have a terrible time cleaning the lcd because no matter how hard I try not to touch it, I always get smudges! So take my advice…remove the front film from the new digitizer and place it over the lcd. It is bigger so you can cut it down or just lift it to get to the screws. Now no fingerprints and also less chance for scratches. The front side is easy to clean once it’s installed so need to have that covered while working-the insides are what needs protecting.
This explanation is terrible. The pictures are terrible. There seem to be two layers to the heat sheild. What needs to be removed? One or both??!!!
I don't know if any 80w MagSafe. It should be 85w for 15" and 60w for 13"...
Seriously this is so incomplete! What about the cable that connects the Bluetooth to the logic board!?!??? Like this is so half way explanatory!