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**Gadget Kings Presents: 8 Must-Try Phone Repair Tips**

Welcome to another Gadget Kings video! Today, I’m excited to share eight essential phone repair tips and tricks that you simply can’t live without. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a complete beginner, these tips will make your life easier and your workflow more efficient. So, sit back, relax, and let’s dive into tip number one.

**Tip 1: Remove Battery Adhesive with Ease**
Struggling with a stubborn battery adhesive? Instead of using a prying tool, which can damage the battery, soak the area around the battery with isopropyl alcohol. Let it sit for 5-10 minutes. Then, use a suction cup to gently lift the battery out, similar to opening a book. If there are any creases on the battery wrap, smooth them out with a squeegee tool.

**Tip 2: Clean Air Speaker Mesh Without Replacing It**
Most of the time, you don’t need to replace the air speaker. If it’s clogged with earwax, makeup, or sweat, add a few drops of isopropyl alcohol and play a 165 Hz vibration sound (linked in the video). This frequency loosens blockages effectively. Hundreds of people have tried this and found it works better than replacing the speaker.

**Tip 3: Use a Cleaning Brush with a Clean Room Wipe**
To clean dusty phone chassis, gunked-up logic boards, or iPhone air speakers, use a cleaning brush with a clean room wipe soaked in alcohol or cleaning solution. This technique is especially effective for removing flux, resin, or corrosion from logic boards.

**Tip 4: Prevent Dust on iPad Digitizers**
When removing an iPad screen, cover the inside of the digitizer with low-tack cellophane tape to prevent dust and smears. This makes cleaning the inside of the glass much easier when you reinstall it.

**Tip 5: Fix Dented iPad Corners with a Dremel**
Dented iPad corners can be frustrating. Use a Dremel with a pen-type attachment and a small grinding disc to carefully grind away the dents. This method ensures the glass fits properly. Finish by removing any burrs with a miniature file.

**Tip 6: Keep Track of Screws with a Magnetic Whiteboard**
When working on an unfamiliar device, use a magnetic whiteboard to label and organize screws and parts. This helps you keep track of everything during reassembly. For additional guidance, check out detailed teardown guides on iFixit.com.

**Tip 7: Speed Up Battery Removal with an Electric Screwdriver**
To quickly remove battery adhesive, attach a small portion of the pull tab to an electric screwdriver and let it wind the adhesive out. This trick can significantly speed up the process.

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Remember, at Gadget Kings, we’re here to make your tech life easier!

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