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Current version by: Joe Smith ,

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Ok, let's try to sort it out a little bit.
 
You wrote about "mywi" - did you actually connect with the iPhone ? (especially - what distance did you have between the device you connected with the iPhone? - and of course - did you try to connect with the router - while you're standing beside the router?)
 
The first link didn't work - the second one isn't the Wi-Fi antenna
 
The Wi-Fi antenna looks like that: the connector is number 6 - so check the connection and of course check the contacts. Also, if you bent the connector to much, it could be broken and the result would be no or bad Wi-Fi reception.
 
== Update ==
 
I searched my sources a little bit and found a solution posted in a gsm forum by "MPhoneClinic" (the mobile phone clinic from melbourne/australia)
 
I searched for a larger picture of the PCB and marked the part that you have to change
 
[image|54444|size=thumbnailimage|54444|size=medium]
[image|54444|size=thumbnailimage|54444|size=medium]
 
So, the good thing is - you know what's defective. The bad thing is - where to get the part and depending on the tools/skills you have, how to replace it.
 
But maybe you will find a good repair shop in your area who is able to fix it for you.

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Edit by: Joe Smith ,

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ok, letsOk, let's try to sort it out a little bit.
ok, letsOk, let's try to sort it out a little bit.
 
youYou wrote about "mywi" - did you actually connect with the iPhone ? (especially - what distance did you have between the device you connected with the iPhone? - and of course - did you try to connect with the router - while you're standing beside the router?)
youYou wrote about "mywi" - did you actually connect with the iPhone ? (especially - what distance did you have between the device you connected with the iPhone? - and of course - did you try to connect with the router - while you're standing beside the router?)
 
theThe first link didn't work - the second one isn't the wi-fiWi-Fi antenna
theThe first link didn't work - the second one isn't the wi-fiWi-Fi antenna
 
the wi-fiThe Wi-Fi antenna looks like that: the connector is number 6 - so check the connection and of course check the contacts -contacts. Also, if you bent the connector to much - the contactsmuch, it could be broken and the result would be no or bad wi-fiWi-Fi reception.
the wi-fiThe Wi-Fi antenna looks like that: the connector is number 6 - so check the connection and of course check the contacts -contacts. Also, if you bent the connector to much - the contactsmuch, it could be broken and the result would be no or bad wi-fiWi-Fi reception.
 
== Update ==
 
ifI searched my sources a little bit and found a solution posted in a gsm forum by "MPhoneClinic" (the mobile phone clinic from melbourne/australia)
ifI searched my sources a little bit and found a solution posted in a gsm forum by "MPhoneClinic" (the mobile phone clinic from melbourne/australia)
 
iI searched for a larger picture of the PCB and marked the part that you have to change
iI searched for a larger picture of the PCB and marked the part that you have to change
 
[image|54444|size=thumbnail]
 
soSo, the good thing is - you know whats defect - thewhat's defective. The bad thing is - where to get the part and depending on the tools/skills you have -have, how to replace it.
soSo, the good thing is - you know whats defect - thewhat's defective. The bad thing is - where to get the part and depending on the tools/skills you have -have, how to replace it.
 
butBut maybe you will find a good repair shop in your area who is able to fix it for youyou.
butBut maybe you will find a good repair shop in your area who is able to fix it for youyou.

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Edit by: iRobot ,

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ok, lets try to sort it out a little bit.
 
you wrote about "mywi" - did you actually connect with the iPhone ? (especially - what distance did you have between the device you connected with the iPhone? - and of course - did you try to connect with the router - while you're standing beside the router?)
 
the first link didn't work - the second one isn't the wi-fi antenna
 
the wi-fi antenna looks like that:

[image|54219|size=thumbnail]

the
the connector is number 6 - so check the connection and of course check the contacts - if you bent the connector to much - the contacts could be broken and the result would be no or bad wi-fi reception.
the wi-fi antenna looks like that:

[image|54219|size=thumbnail]

the
the connector is number 6 - so check the connection and of course check the contacts - if you bent the connector to much - the contacts could be broken and the result would be no or bad wi-fi reception.
 
== Update ==
 
if searched my sources a little bit and found a solution posted in a gsm forum by "MPhoneClinic" (the mobile phone clinic from melbourne/australia)
 
i searched for a larger picture of the PCB and marked the part that you have to change
 
[image|54444|size=thumbnail]
 
so, the good thing is - you know whats defect - the bad thing is - where to get the part and depending on the tools/skills you have - how to replace it.
 
but maybe you will find a good repair shop in your area who is able to fix it for you

Durum:

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Edit by: markus weiher ,

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ok, lets try to sort it out a little bit.
 
you wrote about "mywiimywi" - did you actually connect with the iPhone ? (especially - what distance did you have between the device you connected with the iPhone? - and of course - did you try to connect with the router - while you're standing beside the router?)
you wrote about "mywiimywi" - did you actually connect with the iPhone ? (especially - what distance did you have between the device you connected with the iPhone? - and of course - did you try to connect with the router - while you're standing beside the router?)
 
the first link didn't work - the second one isn't the wi-fi antenna
 
the wi-fi antenna looks like that:
 
[image|54219|size=thumbnail]
 
the connector is number 6 - so check the connection and of course check the contacts - if you bent the connector to much - the contacts could be broken and the result would be no or bad wi-fi reception.
 
== Update ==
 
if searched my sources a little bit and found a solution posted in a gsm forum by "MPhoneClinic" (the mobile phone clinic from melbourne/australia)
 
i searched for a larger picture of the PCB and marked the part that you have to change
 
[image|54444|size=thumbnail]
 
so, the good thing is - you know whats defect - the bad thing is - where to get the part and depending on the tools/skills you have - how to replace it.
 
but maybe you will find a good repair shop in your area who is able to fix it for you

Durum:

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Edit by: markus weiher ,

Text:

ok, lets try to sort it out a little bit.
 
you wrote about "mywii" - did you actually connect with the iPhone ? (especially - what distance did you have between the device you connected with the iPhone? - and of course - did you try to connect with the router - while you're standing beside the router?)
 
the first link didn't work - the second one isn't the wi-fi antenna
 
the wi-fi antenna looks like that:
 
[image|54219|size=thumbnail]
 
the connector is number 6 - so check the connection and of courscourse check the contacts - if you bent the connector to much - the contacts could be broken and the result would be no or bad wi-fi reception.
the connector is number 6 - so check the connection and of courscourse check the contacts - if you bent the connector to much - the contacts could be broken and the result would be no or bad wi-fi reception.

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Edit by: markus weiher ,

Text:

ok, lets try to sort it out a little bit.
 
you wrote about "mywii" - did you actually connect with the iPhone ? (especially - what distance did you have between the device you connected with the iPhone? - and of course - did you try to connect with the router - while you're standing beside the router?)
 
the first link didn't work - the second one isn't the wi-fi antenna
 
the wi_fiwi-fi antenna looks like that:
the wi_fiwi-fi antenna looks like that:
 
[image|54219|size=thumbnail]
 
the connector is number 6 - so check the connection and of cours check the contacts - if you bent the connector to much - the contacts could be broken and the result would be no or bad wi-fi reception.

Durum:

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Original post by: markus weiher ,

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ok, lets try to sort it out a little bit.

you wrote about "mywii" - did you actually connect with the iPhone ? (especially - what distance did you have between the device you connected with the iPhone? - and of course - did you try to connect with the router - while you're standing beside the router?)

the first link didn't work - the second one isn't the wi-fi antenna

the wi_fi antenna looks like that:

[image|54219|size=thumbnail]

the connector is number 6 - so check the connection and of cours check the contacts - if you bent the connector to much - the contacts could be broken and the result would be no or bad wi-fi reception.

Durum:

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