Einleitung

Ist die Glasscheibe zerbrochen? Haben deine Fingerspitzen durch den Digitizer eine harte Zeit? Hier wird gezeigt, wie du die Displayeinheit austauschen kannst.

Einführungsvideo

  1. Setze das Auswurfwerkzeug für SIM Karten in die Öffnung neben dem SIM Karten Einschub ein und drücke es hinein, um den Einschub herausspringen zu lassen.
    • Setze das Auswurfwerkzeug für SIM Karten in die Öffnung neben dem SIM Karten Einschub ein und drücke es hinein, um den Einschub herausspringen zu lassen.

    • Entferne den SIM Karten Einschub.

    • Wenn sich die SIM Karte nicht von selbst aus dem Einschub löst, dann kannst du sie leicht mit den Fingern entfernen.

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  2. In den folgenden Schritten wirst du die Klammern lösen, welche die Gehäuseteile zusammenhalten. Zusätzlich ist das Gehäuserückteil mit einem Klebepad gesichert. Wenn die Klammern gelöst sind, musst du zuerst einen iOpener verwenden um das Gehäuse ganz zu öffnen. Versuche nicht das Gehäuse ganz zu öffnen, bevor du den Klebstoff gelöst hast.
    • In den folgenden Schritten wirst du die Klammern lösen, welche die Gehäuseteile zusammenhalten. Zusätzlich ist das Gehäuserückteil mit einem Klebepad gesichert. Wenn die Klammern gelöst sind, musst du zuerst einen iOpener verwenden um das Gehäuse ganz zu öffnen. Versuche nicht das Gehäuse ganz zu öffnen, bevor du den Klebstoff gelöst hast.

    • Setze ein Plastiköffnungswerkzeug in die Naht zwischen Gehäusevorderteil und Rückteil in der Nähe des SIM Karten Einschubs ein.

    • Schiebe das Werkzeug die Naht entlang in Richtung der oberen Ecke.

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    • Schiebe das Werkzeug vorsichtig um die Ecke und löse so die Klammern.

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    • Schiebe das Plastiköffnungswerkzeug entlang der Naht in der Nähe der Kopfhörerbuchse an der Oberkante des Smartphones.

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    • Hebele zwischen den Gehäuseteilen um die obere rechte Ecke .

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    • Schiebe das Werkzeug vorsichtig entlang der Seite des Smartphones mit den Tasten.

    • Der Kunststoff der vorderen Abdeckung ist hier dünner und die Tasten können sich bewegen; arbeite langsam, um Schäden an den Tasten oder der Frontabdeckung zu vermeiden.

    Be *very* careful not to push the opening tool too deep when you go around the buttons! I accidentally broke the volume rocker ribbon by doing so, and didn't even realize it until I had completely removed the cover.

    Simeon Simeonides - Antwort

    When i removed the volume rocker i cant get it back in correctly seems to be in right but the volume up is not clicking and only works if i push it really hard any ideas?

    Alf stevens - Antwort

    • Setze ein Plastiköffnungswerkzeug in die Naht direkt unter der Lautstärkewippe und weite den Spalt auf.

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    • Hebele weiter bis zur unteren Ecke des Smartphones.

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    • Hebele sorgfältig von der Ecke aus weiter bis zur Kante an der USB Buchse.

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    • Setze das Werkzeug auf der anderen Seite der USB Buchse ein und schiebe es um die Ecke.

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    • Setze das Lösen der Klammern um die Ecke und entlang der Seite fort.

    • Wenn du dir sicher bist, dass du alle Klammern gelöst hast, dann bereite einen iOpener vor. Das wird in den beiden folgenden Schritten beschrieben.

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    • Wir empfehlen, die Mikrowelle vorher zu reinigen, damit keine unappetitliche Schmiere vom Boden auf den iOpener gelangt.

    • Lege den iOpener in die Mitte der Mikrowelle.

      • Bei Mikrowellen mit Drehteller musst du aufpassen, dass sich der iOpener frei bewegen kann. Wenn er irgendwo hängen bleibt, kann er sich überhitzen und in Brand geraten.

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    • Erwärme den iOpener dreißig Sekunden lang.

    • Wenn sich der iOpener während der Reparatur abkühlt, musst du ihn jeweils wieder dreißig Sekunden lang erwärmen.

    • Sei vorsichtig und überhitzen den iOpener während der Reparatur nicht. Dies könnte ihn aufplatzen lassen.

    • Fasse ihn nicht an, wenn er aufgeschwollen erscheint.

    • Warte immer mindestens drei Minuten, bevor du ihn erneut erwärmst.

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    • Hole den iOpener aus der Mikrowelle, fasse ihn dabei nur an einem der flachen Enden an. Vermeide die heiße Mitte.

    • Der iOpener ist sehr heiß, sei vorsichtig, wenn du mit ihm arbeitest. Benutze Ofenhandschuhe wenn nötig.

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  3. Frohes Fest, frohes Tüfteln
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    • Lege den iOpener auf das Smartphone um den Kleber, der die Rückabdeckung befestigt, aufzuweichen. Lasse den Beutel ungefähr 90 Sekunden auf dem Gerät liegen, bevor du versuchst die Abdeckung zu entfernen.

    There is NO GLUE holding on the back of a Moto X with a wood back! That little fact just made the extra $50 I spent on the phone totally worthwhile.

    Doug Larrick - Antwort

    Lucky for you, I have the bamboo, and plenty of adhesive.

    Kelly F -

    • Beginne an der Seite mit dem SIM Karten Einschub vorsichtig die Rückabdeckung vom Gerät abzulösen.

    • Die Rückabdeckung ist sehr biegsam, du willst aber sicher keine der inneren Bauteile durch zu große Ungeduld beschädigen.

    • Löse die Rückabdeckung noch nicht ganz ab, sie ist immer noch mit dem Smartphone durch das Kabel zum Kamerablitz verbunden.

      • Das Kabel ist an der Seite des Smartphones mit der Einschalttaste/Lautstärkeregelung befestigt.

    Step 15 seemed to be the hardest part for me. (step 25, the battery was also difficult). I am now not a fan of sticky stuff, "Mild adhesive" is definitely an understatement, IMHO, just saying I don't like sticky stuff, maybe I didn't do it right. The iOpener seemed to help a little, but not much.

    ***CAUTION***

    BE CAREFUL with the NFC antenna, it says "X8 Mobile Computing System" on it. The adhesive seemed stick to the the blue stuff on the back cover more and loosen up on the bottom of the antenna, the part that sticks to the battery. So in the process of peeling the back cover the antenna started to come up and was torn at the connector strip before I realized what was happening, step 19 has a good picture of the connector strip that I'm talking about. I like using NFC once in awhile, so now my next FIX will be the antenna.

    Overall instructions were GREAT, I now have a camera again. Thank you.

    Patrick - Antwort

    So you are saying that there is no problem if I don't connect the NFC antenna? I'm asking this because I bought a replacement battery that don't include the NFC antenna. I would really appreciate your help with this :)

    jspsaucedo -

    The adhesive was crazy hard on mine as well and I ended up with two small cracks on the edges of my back cover. The blue rubber piece actually separated from the back and removed it from the battery after it was open. The battery itself was also very difficult to remove (pull tab did nothing) and bent/pried the old battery out. I see no reason for all that adhesive! Other than getting the dang thing open the rest was easy. Great guide!

    Darrell Jividen - Antwort

    The adhesive holding the back very strong! In the process of removing the back, I cracked the edges of the back cover and ripped part of the NFC connector. Luckily the friend I was doing the repair for did not even know what NFC was, so she was ok with this. Take your time removing the back cover! Also, the adhesive holding the battery in place was not what I would call mild. The black tab was next to useless in removing the battery

    Danny Smandych - Antwort

    So you are saying that there is no problem if I don't connect the NFC antenna? I'm asking this because I bought a replacement battery that don't include the NFC antenna.

    jspsaucedo -

    Thank you for the guide !!! comments were really useful too. Read them.

    fabajaja - Antwort

    • Lege die Rückabdeckung sanft ab. Dabei soll der Verbinder am Flachbandkabel zum Blitz offen liegen, das Kabel aber nicht angespannt werden.

    As I had seen in another video, my Moto X with a custom back did not have the blue sticky pad. But the back was still well-adhered in the top corners and with a strip of adhesive along the bottom. In the photo in this step you can see the only adhesive I had to deal with, which was on either side of the lens (two dark areas on the phone back) and along the bottom of the phone (dark area at the bottom of the phone back).

    pdisc1 - Antwort

    • Klappe den Sicherungsbügel am ZIF Verbinder des Blitzkabels mit der Spudgerspitze hoch.

    • Achte darauf, nur an der Klappe selbst, nicht am Verbinder zu hebeln.

    • Ziehe das Blitzkabel gerade aus dem Sockel.

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    • Trenne die Rückabdeckung vom Smartphone.

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    • Entferne die vier 3 mm T3 Torx Schrauben, welche die untere Antenneneinheit am Smartphone befestigen.

    It turns out to be the hardest step at the moment. I ordered iOpener set, and it is almost useless. It doesn't have t3, only t5, the actual iOpener is useless. I would happily order t3 on ifixit.com, but there is no t3 in Germany, so I ordered on amazon, and it turned out to be a complete $@$*, I was not able to take a single screw out. The guide is really good, I never thought I would have an issue with a screwdriver ....

    Igor Gaidaichuk - Antwort

    These screws were definitely incompatible with my T3 bit - it was too small. T4 worked fine. Not sure if I should attribute this to an error in the guide or inconsistency in the size of my bit set; in any case it might be handy to have a T4 handy if you're not buying the iFixit screwdriver.

    Christian Hinton - Antwort

    Stripped two of four T3 screws almost instantly and with very little force. Be careful! If I can't carve a flat slot into the screw heads I guess I'll have to abort the project or deliberately crack the antenna assembly plastic or try to drill the screw heads to proceed.

    pdisc1 - Antwort

    Drilled out the heads. A bit scary, yes. I agree with another commenter here that my T3 isn't the best fit in these screws. My T3 was a pretty cheap eBay acquisition, so who knows where the blame should go. I wouldn't do this repair again. Phones should be easier to break open than this one. Too much adhesive (and as I mentioned above, mine didn't even have the blue adhesive pad) and T3 heads are super small and asking to be stripped and the two screws I did get out were way too tight. Oh, and also the potential butchering of the cover when prying loose the clips. Mine bent a bit around the headphone jack, but it smoothed back down and is not noticeable. Phone powered up and is charging now. Let's hope it was worth it.

    pdisc1 - Antwort

    On my phone, the screws were DEFINITELY T4. My advise? Try T4 first. If it's too big, nothing lost.

    I nearly stripped the head on one of mine with my T3 bit because it was too small to get traction.

    Larry Smith - Antwort

    Where to buy battery...and price of battery?

    D Rock - Antwort

    I use chinese version of T3 screwdriver shipped with screen and T3/T4/T5 version of MATRIX tool set - both didnt fit for Moto X 1st gen screws. Only Bernstain T3 6-658 screwdriver fits ideally! Spent 2 days to find this tool. Be aware.

    Anton Prilepsky - Antwort

    I was able to do this step by grinding down a cheap T3 that I had laying around from another repair. Like others, I found that these screws seem larger than a T3 - stripped one and had to drill it out. Since the T3 screwdriver I had was tapered, I ground it down until the end was large enough to grip the remaining screws. Success!

    Bob Flens - Antwort

    • Hebele die untere Antenneneinheit mit dem flachen Ende des Spudgers hoch und löse sie vom Gerät.

    • Entferne die Antenneneinheit.

    See that little circular rubber near the bottom right screw? This funnels the background noise to one of the noise canceling microphones. It will be destroyed when you take it off. Freaked me out when I first opened up mine.

    Adrian Koch - Antwort

    This foam "funnel" required re-forming of the center hole (also check hole in back cover foam gasket). If this sound channel gets blocked, the noise canceling will not function properly. Before re-installing the lower antenna assembly, check the oblong 2-hole gasket on the back side of the antenna assembly which covers a sound channel to the offset microphone input hole. If deformed, gently reshape it with tweezers to assure both holes are not plugged.

    ktmorimoto - Antwort

    my antenna going away after change battery

    found networks but not registered , factory reset ,

    please help me

    NM Mahboob Mojaz (AHMN) - Antwort

    • Setze die Spudgerspitze unter das Akkukabel am Stecker ein und hebe ihn gerade aus seinem Sockel.

    • Löse den Verbinder am NFC Antennenkabel mit dem flachen Ende des Spudgers.

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    • Klappe den Sicherungsbügel am ZIF Verbinder des Kabels der Tasteneinheit mit der Spudgerspitze hoch.

    • Schiebe die Spudgerspitze unter das Kabel zur Tasteneinheit und ziehe das Kabel gerade aus dem Sockel.

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    • Schiebe das flache Ende des Spudgers unter das Interconnect-Kabel und löse es von der Klebeverbindung zum Akku.

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    • Löse die Zuglasche des Klebebands auf der Oberseite des Akkus mit dem flachen Ende des Spudgers ab.

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    • Hebe den Akku an der Zuglasche aus seinem Sitz.

    • Der Akku ist an der Hauptplatine schwach verklebt. Ziehe langsam und achte darauf, dass sich der Akku nicht verbiegt oder beschädigt wird.

    • Entferne den Akku vom Smartphone.

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    • Entferne die fünf 3 mm T3 Torx Schrauben an der Einheit aus Kopfhörerbuchse/Lautsprecher.

    These screws appear to have some yellow locktite on them. I rounded 2 of them, so take caution and make sure your screw driver fits correctly. Otherwise you will need to find a drill press to extract them.

    stevengrey - Antwort

    Is the glass glued to the LCD like the iPhone 5? Is it possible to repair a broken front glass without changing the whole assembly?

    Alisio - Antwort

    Yes and Yes. Just fixed mine.

    Buy a Glass+Frame from ebay. Do steps 1-18 and 37. Then just open the bottom two torx screws, no more. They are the only ones connected to the front frame. Then heat&remove the glass, tear off the frame with pliers. Then you just need to clean the screen from residue and apply LOCA and the Glass+Frame.

    Adrian Koch -

    Yep, I rounded the bottom-left and bottom-center screws as well as my Torx driver, then slipped with the drill bit and went right through the mobo.

    Coinneach - Antwort

    All screws appear to be Torx T4.

    ktmorimoto - Antwort

    • Setze einen Spudger unter das Anhängsel der Einheit aus Kopfhörerbuchse/ Lautsprecher und hebele diese aus ihrem Sitz.

    • Entferne die Einheit aus Kopfhörerbuchse /Lautsprecher.

    The microphone assembly has foam tape adhesive on it and will want to separate with the headphone jack / speaker assembly.

    Jacob Jaeggli - Antwort

    • Schiebe eine Spudgerspitze unter die Klammer an der Mikrofoneinheit und löse sie vom Ohrhörer-Lautsprecher.

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    • Löse den Verbinder am Kabel zur Mikrofoneinheit mit dem flachen Ende des Spudgers.

    • Entferne die Mikrofoneinheit mit einer Pinzette.

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    • Löse den Verbinder am Flachbandkabel zur Frontkamera.

    • Hebe die Frontkamera mit einer Pinzette aus ihrem Sitz.

    There is a thin black foam gasket (like a small washer) that is stuck to the front of this camera lens housing. On mine, the gasket was stuck off-center with the inner edge in the field of view of the lens. Using tweezers, I removed it and re-attached it on center. The image is now much sharper!

    ktmorimoto - Antwort

    • Entferne die letzten beiden 3 mm T3 Torx Schrauben an der Halteklammer des SIM Einschubs.

    On my XT1053 Developer Edition, the Torx screws on the sim slot bracket were not T3 like all the others, they were T4. Trying to use a T3 screwdriver resulted in twisting off the tip of the screwdriver. A T4 screwdriver removed them just fine.

    geekapproved - Antwort

    • Entferne die Halteklammer des SIM Einschubs von der Hauptplatine.

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    • Setze das flache Ende des Spudgers unter die Hauptplatine über dem Kabel zur Tastengruppe und hebele sie aus dem Smartphone.

    • Achte darauf, dass sich keine Kabel verhaken.

    • Die Tasten können aus ihren Vertiefungen herausspringen, verliere sie nicht.

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    • Hebe die Hauptplatine vorsichtig aus dem Smartphone, drehe sie dabei weg von der Kante mit dem SIM Einschub.

    • Versuche noch nicht, die Platine ganz zu entfernen, sie ist immer noch durch das Displaykabel mit dem Display verbunden.

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    • Lege die Hauptplatine so hin, dass du an den Verbinder des Displaykabels gelangen kannst.

    • Klappe den Sicherungsbügel am ZIF Verbinder des Flachbandkabels zum Display mit dem flachen Ende des Spudgers hoch.

    • Ziehe vorsichtig das Displaykabel aus seinem Verbinder, während du die Hauptplatine von der Displayeinheit entfernst.

    When trying to put the motherboard connection back together I cannot get the flap to hold down. Anyone have a trick to help me get this connection to hold?

    Dave - Antwort

    I also struggled getting this cable back in, I actually assembled it thinking it was "in enough", only to find out I had to take it back apart and push it in further.

    I found that you can lay the screen face down, with the cable upright at a 90 degree angle, then push the motherboard down onto the cable. When it goes in enough, it snaps in fairly well. If it's not in enough, it will be impossible to close the clamp.

    Eric Moe - Antwort

    There is a small black plastic piece which goes over the proximity sensor which can easily fall off. If it does, the sensor will malfunction and think that you are always close, which means you will not be able to hang up or do anything else with your phone while you are on a call and will just have to wait for the other person to hang up. I had to do more or less the whole job over again to reinsert this piece (I couldn't tell where it had fallen from and just hoped my phone would be alright with out it).

    This is discussed in the thread here:

    Can you disable the proximity sensor, Moto X?

    You can see the black plastic over the proximity sensor in these two photos:

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    Whereas it is missing in this photo:

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    (The sensor is on the lower left in this last photo).

    Malcolm Sailor - Antwort

    When lifting the motherboard, note that there will be some resistance near the USB port due to an adhered foam gasket/funnel which channels sound from the tiny hole in the glass to the voice mic on the back side of the motherboard. Before re-installation of the motherboard, inspect the shape and hole in this foam gasket. It should look like cylindrical standoff about 0.1 inch tall. If it is not a clear sight to the tiny hole in the motherboard, sound will not reach the voice mic. I used the point of a spudger to re-form the hole.

    ktmorimoto - Antwort

    • Drücke mit der Spudgerspitze die Einschalttaste aus ihrem Sitz in der Displayeinheit.

    • Löse die Abdeckung über der Einschalttaste mit einer Pinzette ab.

    Mine had a little metal clip between the buttons, a flat side that would have faced the back (since removed) and at a 90 degree angle some little fingers that ran down behind that tab between the buttons. This clip held the buttons in place despite my nudging. Taking the flat side of the spudger from the SIM card side and prying the clip up a bit at a time worked the fingers out of the slots behind the center tab.

    waitdanj - Antwort

    Great description! My phone also had that little part fall out unexpectedly. Only by your post was I able to figure out where it was located.

    davidzach -

    • Drücke die Abdeckung über der Lautstärkewippe mit der Spudgerspitze aus der Displayeinheit und entferne sie.

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    • Benutze die Spitze eines Skalpells, um die Tastengruppe aus der Klebeverbindung zur Displayeinheit zu lösen.

    • Halte die scharfe Kante des Skalpells weg vom Kabel, um es nicht versehentlich durchzuschneiden.

    The rest of the steps can be skipped if your replacement display unit doesn't have the metal frame. The frame can be removed by pushing out the 7 tiny pins from the inside. I used needle thin tweezers. You can see one of the pins in the first 2 pictures of this step. When you remove this frame the buttons and speaker come out with it. It is held on with some adhesive also.

    patjrleonard - Antwort

    After you remove the metal frame you will be able to transfer the shiny ear piece accent that is held in with adhesive

    patjrleonard - Antwort

    I noticed this too late that I didn't need to take out the button ribbon cable (mine was frameless as well). I did however have to do step 40 to get the frame out.

    Eric Moe - Antwort

    • Entferne das Kabel der Tastengruppe von der Displayeinheit.

    Be careful. Mine was completely glued and could not be removed easily.

    werther - Antwort

    • Hebele den Ohrhörer-Lautsprecher mit der Spudgerspitze aus der Displayeinheit.

    • Entferne den Ohrhörer-Lautsprecher mit einer Pinzette.

    Be EXTREMELY CAREFUL when prying the speaker off. You may accidentally separate the magnet from the speaker assembly. I got lucky in that my replacement had a speaker assembly already installed in it.

    markwatermaniac - Antwort

    I second this, I was prying it off and my speaker split apart! BE CAREFUL

    sudorc16 -

    I second the second. But also, I suggest taking your new display assembly out of the bubble wrap and looking at it before you try this step; if the replacement has the speaker on it, you can skip this step (and the probable cursing). My replacement also had the button assembly on it, so I could have skipped that as well.

    waitdanj -

    Me three! The speaker came apart- adhesive holding it in place much too strong. Now another week before that part arrives..

    davidzach -

    where did you happen to get your display assembly from?

    Zymfonic -

    I recommend using a flat wide tweezer blade to remove this part. The adhesive is in the form of a mesh rectangle with adhesive on the speaker side. I believe this also serves as a keep-out for debris. You can control how the speaker lifts up to avoid separating this mesh from the speaker element.

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I was able to follow this guide, but the T3 Torx was too small. The T4 Torx was also too small. Fortunately I had a T5 Torx which worked perfectly. During removal of the back I damaged my NFC antenna and can't use my Moto Skip anymore. Be careful with that component.

shawnhartsock - Antwort

BUY THIS TORX SCREWDRIVER https://www.amazon.com/Husky-74502-Torx-...

NO seriously I have done a ton of electronics projects and getting a torx screwdriver that actually works with most electronics has been a struggle this is the new version of the husky 8-1 I have the old version I believe they are the same. This thing has caught thread on screws where I had given up hope

CalbertEnstein -

This is insane. I'm a computer tech, I build computers for a living. I repair components. Fixing this little crappy phone is crazy complex. Look at all the comments saying "be careful of x because I destroyed it accidentally". Not a one says "wow, that was incredibly simple".

I personally wouldn't try it -- I'd just get another phone and have it swapped onto my account. And then I'd stop doing whatever I'd done to break the first one.

wobblerlorri - Antwort

You should leave ifixit to the qualified. Just stick to Best Buy, kid.

Brn Mace -

Ohhh Ziiingg so hot it burns!

CalbertEnstein -

Guys please help, I managed to replace the screen, but touch is not working, what could I do wrong?

Igor Gaidaichuk - Antwort

Reopen, then verify that the larger ribbon cable you disconnected is still connected straight. If this isn't straight the digitizer will not work as I had one that would come loose as soon as I put the two halves together, I then had to be very sure the ribbon was straight and on place before reassembling.

clgill -

I too managed to replace the screen. the touch was also working fine until I closed the back cover. as soon as I close the cover the touch is gone and when i open the back cover, the touch gets responsive again. unable to figure where is the problem exactly

nipun gangawate -

Guys please help. I replaced the display and everything was working fine until I inserted my SIM card. No network on the phone now. What might be the problem?

Vinay K - Antwort

I have the same problem. Can anyone reply to this??

jin2gale2006 -

I need help. We replaced the screen, but now it is vibrating and wont turn on. It seems like we missed something...any suggestion??

wishuponastar2005 - Antwort

Did you ever figure out a solution? I have the same problem.

Daniel Grohol -

I have the same problem

hermosillaignacio -

Any one have trouble with the camera stopping to work a couple days after the repairs?

Father Guedo - Antwort

the little plastic locking clip that hold power & volume button cable broke off - any thoughts on what I can do to fix. Everything else works great.

gmspivak - Antwort

Put it in tight and put some electrical tape as a TEMPORARY fix the connector itself cost around 6 dollars

Dead Meme -

Just done it :)

Most tricky part is the removal of the back cover. Instead of the iOpener I used a hair dryer.

I got the display from this website (http://www.etradesupply.com/motorola-mot...).

A bit exspensive but the shipment was quick and the display is exactly the same as the original.

I almost killed the speaker, as the small "grid" was tightly glued, so, yes, be really carefull with that.

Thanks for the tutorial !

Stanska - Antwort

Just replaced my screen! Here are some tips:

- I removed the back cover with the use of the hairdryer but it was difficult because the NFC thing over the battery was stuck to the blue adhesive, and I almost ripped the connector. So be careful.

- There is a small metal clip between the power and volume buttons that holds them in, and it's not listed in the guide. Remove it and then use it later to hold the buttons in on the new display.

- You definitely need an exacto or very sharp knife to remove volume/power buttons.

- Also use an exacto to remove the speaker

- The battery requires a lot of force to pull out so be prepared

- bought screen here http://www.etradesupply.com/motorola-mot...

joel.tbarna - Antwort

I use chinese version of T3 screwdriver shipped with screen and T3/T4/T5 version of MATRIX tool set - both didnt fit for Moto X 1st gen screws. Only Bernstain T3 6-658 screwdriver fits ideally! Spent 2 days to find this tool. Be aware. Bought screen on http://aliexpress.com

Anton Prilepsky - Antwort

I did this exactly as you said, but now i got a horrible problem... When I call or play whatsapp audios the screen turns black and it doesn't turn on again. I don't know WTF could have happened. Please I would thank a lot a bit of help.

claudiopalta - Antwort

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