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    • Remove SIM card tray

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    • Insert eject pin to the small hole to open a gap.

    • You can use heat gun/hair dryer to heat up the rear cover and help adhesive melting.

    • Use guitar picks to cut the strong adhesive underneath this rear cover.

    • Remove back cover.

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    • Use T3 Torx screwdriver to twist off all 21 screws.

    • You don't need to remove the silver screw holding the volume buttons down for most tasks, such as replacing the screen, battery, or USB port.

    • Remove 2 protective rubbers securing the flashlight flex and battery flex connector.

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    • Release the flashlight flex and battery flex connector.

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    • Remove metal bar securing side buttons, careful of the extremely tiny springs that provide pressure from the frame to the buttons, then be free to remove side buttons.

    • Remove middle frame bezel.

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    • Pull out 2 battery sticker strips.

    • Loosen the NFC flex connector attached to the battery.

    • Pry up and remove battery.

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    • There is no adhesive sticking headphone jack, just use tweezers to remove it.

    • Then peel off the NFC antenna.

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    • Release flashlight flex connector connecting side button flex.

    • Take away flashlight flex.

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    • Pry up and remove power&volume button flex.

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    • Twist off one Torx T3 screw securing motherboard.

    • Release the LCD screen connector here.

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    • Release this connector.

    • Separate motherboard assembly from LCD screen assembly.

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    • Release front camera flex and remove it.

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    • There is adhesive underneath. Pry up and then remove top speaker.

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    • Peel off protective tape on the rear camera.

    • Release rear camera flex and then remove the camera.

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    • Pry up and remove loudspeaker.

    • Now it leaves the motherboard assembly with some parts like charing port and vibration motor.

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    • Remove the LCD shield easily.

    • Finally it leaves the LCD screen with digitizer and front housing.

    • It is better to replace Moto X Style LCD screen and digitizer assembly and front housing together, if you have no confidence to remove it without breaking the screen during the repair work.

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Can anybody help with how you replace the speaker grills? As it is not included in the replacement assembly screens?

kirstenrossouw - Contestar

I believe they are underneath the 'housing frame' which is the piece of plastic around the edge of the glass.

Philip Clarke -

Hi just take them off with tweezers

George Fernandez -

Can anyone tell by looking at the board if the X Pure has a FM chip that is wired? Currently all anyone is saying on forums is that the phone isn't FM enabled (which could only mean it isn't turned on), not that is is missing the chip or that the chip hasn't been wired to allow the FM to be enabled.

nataku1245 - Contestar

Does anybody know what lengths the 21 screws are?

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