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Other good videos:

https://youtu.be/fidHKn-J-0M?list=PLHnuY...

Even though this one is not in english its easy to follow and the most detailed:

https://youtu.be/h6uFJWzjj9U?list=PLHnuY...

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  1. Remove SIM card tray. Remove SIM card tray. Remove SIM card tray.
    • Remove SIM card tray.

  2. Remove back cover. Shove the sim card remover or blunt (not sharp!) metal object into the hole that is inside the sim card slot. There is a specific hole that appears to designed to allow you push the back cover off with a small metal rod. The leather back seems very fragile. It folded and bent easily so peel back with extreme caution and go slowly.
    • Remove back cover.

    • Shove the sim card remover or blunt (not sharp!) metal object into the hole that is inside the sim card slot. There is a specific hole that appears to designed to allow you push the back cover off with a small metal rod.

    • The leather back seems very fragile. It folded and bent easily so peel back with extreme caution and go slowly.

    • It might not be obvious from the pictures, but the black "lattice" on the inside of the cover is the adhesive. It must be pried loose (carefully!) for the back to come off.

    • Note that it might not be obvious from the pictures, but the black "lattice" in the picture and on the inside of the cover is the adhesive. All of this portion must be pried loose (carefully!) for the back to come off. I used tweezers to pry off the center portions.

  3. Remove those two rubber covers which securing power button connecting flex connector and battery connector. Remove those two rubber covers which securing power button connecting flex connector and battery connector.
    • Remove those two rubber covers which securing power button connecting flex connector and battery connector.

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  5. Release the connectors under the covers. Release the connectors under the covers.
    • Release the connectors under the covers.

  6. Twist off all 18 black torx screws and remove the front assembly from middle housing. Twist off all 18 black torx screws and remove the front assembly from middle housing.
    • Twist off all 18 black torx screws and remove the front assembly from middle housing.

  7. Release LCD connector. Release LCD connector.
    • Release LCD connector.

  8. Release touch digitizer connector. Release touch digitizer connector.
    • Release touch digitizer connector.

  9. Pry up the motherboard from right and bottom corner. Remove the LCD screen from motherboard. Pry up the motherboard from right and bottom corner. Remove the LCD screen from motherboard.
    • Pry up the motherboard from right and bottom corner. Remove the LCD screen from motherboard.

  10. Tips: The LCD screen is difficult to separate from bezel even though by heat. So you'd better prepare the screen replacement parts with bezel together. And the metal shield can be removed easily.
    • Tips: The LCD screen is difficult to separate from bezel even though by heat. So you'd better prepare the screen replacement parts with bezel together. And the metal shield can be removed easily.

  11. The newly purchased screen will likely not have speaker grills so you must remove them from the broken screen and put them onto the new screen On both the upper and lower speakers remove the speaker foam that is adhered lightly. Peel away gently. This foam will not be reused so its ok if it gets torn. Locate the two tabs that holds the speaker grill in place. Highlighted in photo with yellow arrows.
    • The newly purchased screen will likely not have speaker grills so you must remove them from the broken screen and put them onto the new screen

    • On both the upper and lower speakers remove the speaker foam that is adhered lightly. Peel away gently. This foam will not be reused so its ok if it gets torn.

    • Locate the two tabs that holds the speaker grill in place. Highlighted in photo with yellow arrows.

    • Push out the speaker grill by forcing either one of those two tabs out of the frame by pushing onto the tab with a tweezer end. It requires a bit of force and it will pop out.

    • The photo only show the lower speaker grill removal, but the upper speaker grill is removed in the same manner.

  12. After removal of both speaker grills they can be put into the new screen. Wait until the phone is fully reassembled to put the old grills into the new screen. Align the two tabs of the grill with the two slots in the new screen Carefully push the grill into the two slots. Start by pushing with your thumb and nail over one tab and only push one of the two tabs in at a time.   A lot of pushing pressure is required so be careful not to damage the new screen.
    • After removal of both speaker grills they can be put into the new screen. Wait until the phone is fully reassembled to put the old grills into the new screen.

    • Align the two tabs of the grill with the two slots in the new screen

    • Carefully push the grill into the two slots. Start by pushing with your thumb and nail over one tab and only push one of the two tabs in at a time. A lot of pushing pressure is required so be careful not to damage the new screen.

    • If you are unable to push the grills in with your thumbs, try placing the grills in position and then pushing the screen face-down against a flat surface.

    • After one of the tabs is into the slot then the second tab can be pushed into the slot with some additional pressure. Both speaker grills can be replaced in this manner.

    • A couple people reported breaking their newly installed screen while popping in the speaker grill. Its also OK to not even install the cosmetic speaker grill.

Abschluss

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

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Note that the screen linked in the description does not include a bezel. This guide points out that removing the bezel from the old screen is hard, so you are better of buying a screen with bezel included.

KarinT - Antwort

Asking what little bit I don't hear about removing the top and bottom speaker pieces and if someone can give me a little more detailed information as to how to remove them so that I can reuse them in the new LCD and digitizer assembly that I got. For whatever reason it didn't occur to me when I ordered it to make sure that it came with new speaker pieces but thankfully because of a discount code and free shipping I can't complain much for getting the assembly combo for $85 with the exception of it not coming with new speakers or I know the bottom one of the speaker and the top one isn't but hopefully you get what I'm saying. So any more info I would appreciate it

Amanda Cottingham - Antwort

What would cause the new screen to just shut off intermittently and power the phone down. I also experience a good amount of heat towards the lower portion of the screen assembly when powered on or plugged into a charger. I have changed the power/volume button flex cable assembly, both pieces and that didn't solve my issue with screen powering off.

Damon Ohh - Antwort

I'm experiencing a similar issue. I've been scratching my head after replacing a screen on a customer's device for several days now. When I power up the device, everything appears to work except for the AT&T network (not sure if has been disconnected or not). Though, once the phone goes to sleep on it's own, or it's left alone for too long, things start to act funky. I wake the phone up after falling asleep for the first time since boot, the home screen appears, but there is no sense of touch/the digitizer isn't functioning anymore. Once the screen falls back asleep due to no interaction, it will not wake back up by pressing the power button and the LCD remains completely black. When I put the original screen back into the phone, however, the phone works as it should. The only way to reset the device is to unplug the battery, which results in app optimization after every trial (time consuming). There is also a bit of heat coming from the middle of the phone. I'm running out of ideas. Please help!

John Snow -

I am having exactly the same issue. I replaced the screen (which came with a frame) without incident. Phone powered up fine, touch worked normally, all apps and connectivity normal. After the screen goes black and I power it back on, the touch won't work. After it goes black again, the phone shuts down completely, I have to turn it on by unplugging the power cord and then holding the power and volume up buttons. Apps must initialize again, takes a few minutes. I suspect that there may be something defective with these screens? I got the following part: 2-O-1932-TK1887 Motorola Moto X 2 Screen Assembly with Frame - White (Add Toolkit) from Strive Mobile. Anyone else?

Dallas Elleman -

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