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Thanks to atom, the main developer of Hashcat, version 0.46 or above now supports cracking RAKP hashes. It is worth noting that atom added support for RAKP within 2 hours of receiving the feature request! In the example below, we use hashcat with RAKP mode (7300) to brute force all four-character passwords within a few seconds.
Did same thing....just swap original home button from an original cracked screen to a second screen, gave me a unresponsive touch id/homebutton. tryed swap back on original cracked scree and all working. so, don't know if the second new screen arrived with bad flat connector, or if apple put something that need to match ( like a chip somewhere in the backlight) with home button, but i swapped in the new screen, the old metal backplate, and ALL WORKS OK :) thank you Marius
Thanks.. this is interesting.. as this points to \"heat\" again as the culprit. As you describe, you avoided the HB pointing the heat gun to the sides only, but it might just be, that it picked up some heat anyway. I am often surprised, how much \"rouge heat\"is picked up by unintended items, such as metal tools lying next to, or even close to eg. iPads.. where I am using more heat than any other repair. When taking of the screen assembly, I pry it loose at the bottom, and then work my way around with my thumb nail, while lifting the frame away.. It's a lot faster, and 100% safe for the housing - No scratches - No heat!
BUT my lucky streak ended suddenly... The one I got in the shop last week, had a broken screen, AND a small crack in the HB glass disc. HB was/is dead.. (also before screen replacemnt, which the customer forgot to tell me). So, no click / no touch.
I am repairing an iPhone 7 plus and changed the screen, as original was broken, keeping all other original parts like top camera/speaker and home button, i have found that with the top camera/speaker connected to the motherboard the home button stops working and there is roughly a 5-10 second delay on the screen, with the top camera/speaker disconnected everything works completely fine with no delay and i can use the home button completely fine, i have tried this with the original broken screen and same issue is happening with that even though it worked fine before (the digitiser was just cracked badly), also now i have replaced home button and camera/speaker with new parts, and still having same issue.
I dought it I notice this after disconnecting the screen and plug it back in the home bottom was no longer working I had a working iPhone 7 no crack I when a head and took out the screen and truly it in the other one and the homebotton was not workin at in the other phone with a different assembly and home bottom I when ahead and took it out and place in its original iPhone and orginAl screen but the home bottom stop working on both phones what to do what could this possibly means as a repair store
Had this problem with a broken iphone 7 plus i purchased with a damaged screen. The phone worked perfect with the cracked screen including the home button and touch id , how ever when I replaced with a copy screen the home button and touch id both would not work so i put the parts back on the old original screen and they both worked. I then purchased a original refurbished LCD from a different part store and both home button and touch id worked.
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Aircraft lap joints play an important role in minimizing the operational cost of airlines. Hence, airlines pay more attention to these technologies to improve efficiency. Namely, a major time consuming and costly process is maintenance of aircraft between the flights, for instance, to detect early formation of cracks, monitoring crack growth, and fixing the corresponding parts with joints, if necessary. This work is focused on the study of repairs of cracked aluminium alloy (AA) 2024-T3 plates to regain their original strength; particularly, cracked AA 2024-T3 substrate plates repaired with doublers of AA 2024-T3 with two configurations (riveted and with adhesive bonding) are analysed. The fatigue life of the substrate plates with cracks of 1, 2, 5, 10 and 12.7mm is computed using Fracture Analysis 3D (FRANC3D) tool. The stress intensity factors for the repaired AA 2024-T3 plates are computed for different crack lengths and compared using commercial FEA tool ABAQUS. The results for the bonded repairs showed significantly lower stress intensity factors compared with the riveted repairs. This improves the overall fatigue life of the bonded joint.
The localized corrosion of AA2024-T3, and the behavior of intermetallic particles in particular, were studied using different capabilities of the atomic force microscope (AFM). The role of intermetallic particles in determining the locations and rates of localized corrosion was determined using scanning Kelvin probe force microscopy in air after exposure to chloride solutions. Al-Cu-Mg particles, which have a noble Volta potential in air because of an altered surface film, are actively dissolved in chloride solution after a certain induction time. Al-Cu(Fe, Mn) particles are heterogeneous in nature and exhibit nonuniform dissolution in chloride solution as well as trenching of themore matrix around the particles. Light scratching of the surface by rastering with the AFM tip in contact mode in chloride solution results in accelerated dissolution of both pure Al and alloy 2024-T3. The abrasion associated with contact AFM in situ resulted in the immediate dissolution of the Al-Cu-Mg particles because of a destabilization of the surface film. less
The effects of aging temperature and time on the physical structure of and corrosion protection provided by trivalent chromium process (TCP) coatings on AA2024-T3 are reported. The TCP coating forms a partially blocking barrier layer on the alloy surface that consists of hydrated channels and or defects. It is through these channels and defects that ions and dissolved O2 can be transported to small areas of the underlying alloy. Reactions initiate at these sites, which can ultimately lead to undercutting of the coating and localized corrosion. We tested the hypothesis that collapsing the channels and or reducing the number of defects in the coating might be possible through post-deposition heat treatment, and that this would enhance the corrosion protection provided by the coating. This was tested by aging the TCP-coated AA2024 alloys in air overnight at room temperature (RT), 55, 100, or 150 C. The TCP coating became dehydrated and thinner at the high temperatures (55 and 100 C). This improved the corrosion protection as evidenced by a 2 increase in the charge transfer resistance. Aging at 150 C caused excessive coating dehydration and shrinkage. This led to severe cracking and detachment of the coating from the surface. The TCP-coated AA2024 samples were also aged in air at RT from 1 to 7 days. There was no thinning of the coating, but the corrosion protection was enhanced with a longer aging period as evidenced by a 4 increase in the charge transfer resistance. The coating became more hydrophobic after aging at elevated temperature (up to 100 C) and with aging time at RT as evidenced by an increased water contact angle from 7 to 100 C.
Alternate alkaline and neutral chemical paint strippers have been identified that, with respect to corrosion requirements, perform as well as or better than a methylene chloride baseline. These chemicals also, in general, meet corrosion acceptance criteria as specified in SAE MA 4872. Alternate acid chemical paint strippers have been identified that, with respect to corrosion requirements, perform as well as or better than a methylene chloride baseline. However, these chemicals do not generally meet corrosion acceptance criteria as specified in SAE MA 4872, especially in the areas of non-clad material performance and hydrogen embrittlement. Media blast methods reviewed in the study do not, in general, adversely affect fatigue performance or crack detectability of 2024-T3 substrate. Sodium bicarbonate stripping exhibited a tendency towards inhibiting crack detectability. These generalizations are based on a limited sample size and additional testing should be performed to characterize the response of specific substrates to specific processes.
In order to determine the influence of ductility on the fatigue crack growth rate of aluminum alloys, fatigue tests were carried out on central notched specimens of 2024-T3 and 2024-T8 sheet material. The 2024-T8 material was obtained by an additional heat treatment applied on 2024-T3 (18 hours at 192 C), which increased the static yield strength from 43.6 to 48.9 kgf/sq mm. A change in the ultimate strength was not observed. Fatigue tests were carried out on both materials in humid air and in high vacuum. According to a new crack propagation model, crack extension is supported to be caused by a slip-related process and debonding triggered by the environment. This model predicts an effect of the ductility on the crack growth rate which should be smaller in vacuum than in humid air; however, this was not confirmed. In humid air the crack-growth rate in 2024-T8 was about 2 times faster than in 2024-T3, while in vacuum the ratio was about 2.5. Crack closure measurements gave no indications that crack closure played a significant role in both materials. Some speculative explanations are briefly discussed. 153554b96e