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Introducción

Use this guide to replace the motherboard on your BlackBerry Z10.

  1. This is the easiest repair I've completed yet. This is the easiest repair I've completed yet.
    • This is the easiest repair I've completed yet.

  2. The rear panel pops off easily. Grab the opening at the bottom and work your way around. The rear panel pops off easily. Grab the opening at the bottom and work your way around. The rear panel pops off easily. Grab the opening at the bottom and work your way around.
    • The rear panel pops off easily. Grab the opening at the bottom and work your way around.

  3. There is NO adhesive on this device. NO ADHESIVE!! There is NO adhesive on this device. NO ADHESIVE!!
    • There is NO adhesive on this device. NO ADHESIVE!!

  4. There's about 7 screws here. Remove the black circle sticker to uncover a hidden screw. There's about 7 screws here. Remove the black circle sticker to uncover a hidden screw. There's about 7 screws here. Remove the black circle sticker to uncover a hidden screw.
    • There's about 7 screws here. Remove the black circle sticker to uncover a hidden screw.

  5. Disconnect the logic board connector near the top and left side. Underneath the connector on the left side, there's two other connectors. Disconnect those. Remove the logic board and viola, you're done! Easiest repair in life!! To reassemble follow this guide in reverse. Happy repairing!
    • Disconnect the logic board connector near the top and left side.

    • Underneath the connector on the left side, there's two other connectors. Disconnect those.

    • Remove the logic board and viola, you're done! Easiest repair in life!! To reassemble follow this guide in reverse. Happy repairing!

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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For what is the second Screwdriver and what size is the right on?

Stefan Schenk - Contestar

Will changing the motherboard assembly change my imei. I am wondering if I need to check the imei of the new motherboard to make sure it isn’t from a flag phone before install it.

phnark - Contestar

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