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What screw does iPhone 4 disassemble?

I bought ifixit pro tool kit.

I bought an ifixit pro tool kit because I want to disassemble I-Phone4.

But I could not find a screw in your tool.

Do you think it's T2?

If so, your tool is not precise.

I am a Korean person who purchased from your site.

Why are you making these things and selling them?

Why are you selling these tools that I-Phone4 can not disassemble?

Update (12/10/2016)

This is not a problem with the driver specification.

The T2 driver was created incorrectly. This is not precise at all.

The tip of the T2 driver is round.

My Iphone model number is A1332.

Update (12/10/2016)

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Update (12/11/2016)

I used the P2 you told me.

It also does not open.

This screw is also not precise.

I have a driver with a value of $ 0.10.

Please look pictures at two tools.

and Iphone4 opens with a driver of 0.1$.

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Update (12/12/2016)

This is My Iphone's Image.

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Update (12/14/2016)

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Hi @rapter! You're all set with our Pro Tech Toolkit and Magnetic Project Mat. Bit wise, you'll need to use the P2 bit and PH000 bit. Rest assured that you have everything you need to take apart your iPhone 4. Post your iPhone model number (starts with an 'A' followed by four numbers) and I will help clarify the process.

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The T2 driver is correct.

But the screwdriver does not fit the screw.

I can not believe that the driver is not precisely machined.

The quality of your tools is the lowest.

Because the screwdriver does not fit into the screw.

If you want a picture, I'll show it.

This is Korea, and I can not return it, so I am really angry.

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I checked on my iP4 (US spec) and it uses P2. Maybe the Korea spec phones use a different bit @christopher.

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Possibly. @rapter, If you post your iPhone model number (starts with an 'A' followed by four numbers) I will be able to confirm the bit you should use as well as help with the rest of the process.

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Some iPhone 4 / 4s back cover screws sometimes come with either phillips plus or pentalobe.

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This is not a problem with the driver specification.

The T2 driver was created incorrectly. This is not precise at all.

The tip of the T2 driver is round.

My Iphone model number is A1332.

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@rapter It looks like you're trying to use the incorrect bit. The screws on an iPhone 4 are P2, not T2.

T2 stands for Torx 2, which use bits shaped like 6-pointed stars. P2 stands for Pentalobe 2, which use bits shaped like 5-pointed stars. The bits for these two standards are not interchangeable.

Look for the P2 bit in your 64-bit kit. You will find it in the second row from the bottom. It will be the third one from the right.

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I used the P2 you told me.

It also does not open.

This screw is also not precise.

I have a driver with a value of $ 0.10.

Please look pictures at two tools.

and Iphone4 opens with a driver of 0.1$.

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Can you please take and post a photo of the screws at the bottom of your iPhone? If we can't help you from there our customer service team can set you up with a return.

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I already update at main post with many image.

If you want my iphone image, I will update at today night in korea time.

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I updated the Iphone's picture at main post.

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Why not update your feedback?

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