Motorola Droid Rear Case Replacement
This guide will take you through the delicate process of removing the rear case of the Motorola Droid.
- Autor: Brett Hartt
- Tiempo estimado: 10 minutos
- Dificultad: Moderar
This guide will take you through the delicate process of removing the rear panel of the Motorola Droid.
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Paso 1 — Rear Case ¶
Use a spudger to lift and remove the black plastic screw cover at the top of the phone near the camera.
Paso 2 ¶
Using the tip of a spudger, peel up one corner of the gold ribbon beneath the battery compartment.
Peel the ribbon up off the phone.
Paso 3 ¶
Carefully peel the device information label that covers the motherboard EMI shields.
Paso 4 ¶
Insert the flat end of a spudger and pry the plastic camera cover up off the phone.
Paso 5 ¶
Remove the seven 5.5 mm T5 Torx screws securing the rear case to the inner case.
Paso 6 ¶
Insert the flat end of a spudger and pry downwards to release the plastic tab holding the rear case to the motherboard screw.
Paso 7 ¶
Gently insert a spudger between the rear case and front case at the top of the phone, near the audio jack.
Carefully pry the top edge of the rear case up from the rest of the phone.
Paso 8 ¶
With the spudger still inserted between the rear case and front case, slide the spudger along the right edge of the device, moving toward the bottom, prying as you go.
Continue prying along the bottom edge of the device from right to left, freeing it from the front panel.
Paso 9 ¶
Continue prying the rear case from the front case along the left side, moving from bottom to top.
Lift the rear case up out of the phone.