Microsoldering: Backlight, Touch and Charge
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Microsoldering: Backlight, Touch and Charge

From Intermediate to Advanced
4.6 (20 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
59 students enrolled
Last updated 4/2017
English
Price: $100
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • How to repair the three most common logic board defects. The "moneymakers" in the field.
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Requirements
  • Some experience with iPhone logic board repair
  • For absolute beginners it is advised to first take the beginners course
  • The tools to perform the tests and repairs
Description

This course will teach you how to repair the three most common board defects in the iPhone 6 series (6/6+/6S/6S+)  These are: no backlight, no touch and no charge.

The aim of the course is to bring the student to a higher level in iPhone logic board repair. The focus is on the "moneymakers" in the field.

In this course:

  • We will discuss in detail how all involved circuits operate.
  • We will discuss the functions of all involved components. 
  • We provide a complete list of all relevant backlight components for each iPhone 6 model.
  • We will discuss the most important reasons for the malfunctions.
  • We will teach you how to determine which components are responsible for a defect.
  • We will teach you how to perform the repair itself.
  • We will discuss how to tackle the complications that might arise post no touch repair.

With the course comes a book that covers all involved material in detail. This book can be used as a handy reference guide.

Who is the target audience?
  • People wanting to increase their repair skills
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Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction
1 Lecture 01:27
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Backlight Repair
5 Lectures 20:18



Troubleshooting
04:45

Repair
11:22
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Touch Repair
6 Lectures 20:16



Troubleshooting
00:39

Repair
09:34

Complications
07:41
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Charge Repair
5 Lectures 14:12



Troubleshooting
04:42

Repair
06:57
About the Instructor
Tom van Maanen
4.5 Average rating
85 Reviews
302 Students
3 Courses
Microsoldering expert

Hello I’m Tom,

I have a Master's degree in Tax law, but since i hate finance i started to repair mobile devices. First in general repair but then i rolled into iPhone logic board repair. And now i am addicted to repairing them. I LOVE IT. And I want to share my excitement with the rest of you. 

Michael Huie
4.5 Average rating
85 Reviews
302 Students
3 Courses
Microsoldering Expert

Hi, I’m Michael Huie, I have a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech. I started repairing iPhone logic boards on a microscopic level about a year and half ago.  I started microsoldering because I accidentally took off a 01005 component from a customer’s iPhone during a routine screen repair.  If you don’t know what a 01005 component is, then imagine a small component the size of a pinhead.  Now, imagine trying to solder the tip of the pinhead to a logic board. I’ve learned a lot since that time.   I’m here to share with everyone my journey into the world of microscopic board level repair.  Enjoy!