Unable to open an iPhone 7 display assembly. Used gell pack at 150 degrees F. The phone wouldn’t budge when I used the iFixit suction cut. Part of the problem is that the cup doesn’t adhere for long before it looses suction. I suspect it would work better on unbroken glass, but that doesn’t help me now. After spending a lot of time at this, I changed heating methods to a hot air heater. I raised the temp of the bottom end of the phone to, ultimately, 175 degrees, and used a variety of tools to try to pry the glass apart enough to get a spudger (or anything) in, but it didn’t even lift enough for a double-edged razor blade to get in. I’ve been trying this for hours now, and about to give up and throw a lot more money at this to have a service perform the work. I figured that 175 was as high as I should need to go to soften the adhesive without damaging the electronics. Should I have gone higher? I see no mention of measured temps in any instructions or comments.
Translation of furby_luzzie’s comment:
I have the same model and 1.5 years ago I installed a 256 SSD disk and 2x 8 GB 1066 GHz RAM extension. Unfortunately I always had crashes or "kernel panics". Until we just put out the new RAM's and used the old 2x2 GB Ram again and lo and behold, since then the MBP is running without a grunt.
Only the performance is a bit poor and everything goes well on El Capitan. But I would like to switch to Sierra and therefore I would like to know if an extension to 16 GB is actually possible and if it can be due to the brand of RAM? With which 2x8 GB did you have good experience or should I just go to 2x4 GB for safety?
Thank you for your advice.
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