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Introduction

This guide will show you how to replace the microphone module of the Fairphone 2.

  1. Pick a corner of your slim case and get between the two parts with your thumb's fingernails. Pull up the back part of the slim case to separate the small snap fit connections. Remove the back part of the slim case.
    • Pick a corner of your slim case and get between the two parts with your thumb's fingernails.

    • Pull up the back part of the slim case to separate the small snap fit connections.

    • Remove the back part of the slim case.

  2. Get in between the front part of the slim case and the phone's body with your thumb nail. Separate the snap fit connectors on the front part by pulling it to the side and pushing against the display. Separate the snap fit connectors on the front part by pulling it to the side and pushing against the display.
    • Get in between the front part of the slim case and the phone's body with your thumb nail.

    • Separate the snap fit connectors on the front part by pulling it to the side and pushing against the display.

  3. Remove the front part of the slim case.
    • Remove the front part of the slim case.

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  5. Push the battery toward the top of the phone. Pull the battery out away from the phone. Pull the battery out away from the phone.
    • Push the battery toward the top of the phone.

    • Pull the battery out away from the phone.

  6. After taking out the battery you can unlock the display assembly. Flip the two blue switches to the inner position. Slide the display assembly towards the bottom of the phone.
    • After taking out the battery you can unlock the display assembly.

    • Flip the two blue switches to the inner position.

    • Slide the display assembly towards the bottom of the phone.

    • Another possible way of sliding the display assembly open.

  7. Take off the display assembly.
    • Take off the display assembly.

  8. Remove the four Phillips #0 screws that are factory-marked with blue circles.
    • Remove the four Phillips #0 screws that are factory-marked with blue circles.

  9. Take out the whole microphone module.
    • Take out the whole microphone module.

Conclusion

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

Information on what to do with the old module can be found on the FairPhone support page and in the FairPhone forum.

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Bonjour,

j'ai aussi galéré de peur de casser quelque chose, mais j'ai trouvé une solution sur le forum anglais de Fairphone:

https://forum.fairphone.com/t/fp2-teardo...

j'espère que ça t'aidera (faut oser un petit peu, voir comment ça glisse et faire un peu jouer tout ça... ça m'a pris 3/4 d'heure avant d'y arriver... sans rien endommager :) )

pacpacbouroucouta - Réponse

Just a little comment. I have seen many times the so called primary microphone error of the fairphone2 on the internet. I had the problem but it had nothing to do with the microphone but with the electric connection/module to the display module. If you have this problem you can check whether the mic works fine if you press tightly together the phone around the microphone module (just call another phone and try it). If this helps, there is a good chance that the true reason are worn out plastic parts around. I fixed it by putting a millimeter of tape underneath the microphone module and before screwing it on again. Now the module gets pressed a little bit against the display module and works just fine again (for the moment). Probably the little worn out outer shell was a part of the problem, I did not have a new one, but could imagine that buying a new outer shell for the fairphone2 might rather solve the problem than changing the microphone module. Just try it yourself before ordering a new microphone.

mietzekiss - Réponse

Thanks! That did the trick.

Célestin Taramarcaz -

Thanks! Worked for me too after trying out different thicknesses (by adding and removing layers of tape). As well as adding tape on the inside of the microphone module (on long side of inverse 'L' shape) I added a little on the inside of the case itself (case is also breaking).

On a side note, love the ability to open up and adjust my phone!

Eve Williams -

The "millimeter tape fix" has been working fine for about a week, but now I'm back to square one: still no sound at the other end. I ordered a new hard cover but still to no avail... And Fairphone is still out of microphone modules. I'm out of options, I guess I'll just send my FP2 for repair, hoping it won't take too long.

Célestin Taramarcaz -

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