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  1. Turn the device over and remove the 4 x T5 screws. Turn the device over and remove the 4 x T5 screws.
    • Turn the device over and remove the 4 x T5 screws.

  2. Use the prying tool to release the platic clips on the back, going around all the sides. Start prying from the sides or the top left corner and work your way around the screen. Be careful at the bottom as the screen connector is still attached. Don't try to fully remove it.
    • Use the prying tool to release the platic clips on the back, going around all the sides.

    • Start prying from the sides or the top left corner and work your way around the screen.

    • Be careful at the bottom as the screen connector is still attached. Don't try to fully remove it.

    • Slide the screen slightly upwards to reveal the connector

  3. Slide up the screen to get access to the connector Use the plastic prying tool to lift up the latch that secures the ribbon cable and then slide the cable out. Once the cable is out, lift off the screen.
    • Slide up the screen to get access to the connector

    • Use the plastic prying tool to lift up the latch that secures the ribbon cable and then slide the cable out.

    • Once the cable is out, lift off the screen.

  4. Before you can take the logic board out disconnect the battery. Remove the microphone from its socket with a plastic spudger. Remove the 4 x T5 screws that secures the logic board to the back cover.
    • Before you can take the logic board out disconnect the battery.

    • Remove the microphone from its socket with a plastic spudger.

    • Remove the 4 x T5 screws that secures the logic board to the back cover.

  5. Peel off the clear tape from the speaker connections with tweezers. Use your soldering iron to de-solder the two wires from the speaker. Try to minimise the contact time with your iron on the bard to avoid warping and thermal shocking the board. (I used 390 C ~ 740 F)
    • Peel off the clear tape from the speaker connections with tweezers.

    • Use your soldering iron to de-solder the two wires from the speaker.

    • Try to minimise the contact time with your iron on the bard to avoid warping and thermal shocking the board. (I used 390 C ~ 740 F)

    • Finally remove the 4 x T5 screws that secure the logic board to the back cover.

  6. Use the spudger to pop the lociboard out. Use the spudger to pop the lociboard out.
    • Use the spudger to pop the lociboard out.

  7. To reveal all the components, use the spudger to lift off the metal cover of the protected circuitry Make sure you apply even pressure and don't force the cover off. If it is bent whilst removing, it will be difficult to reassemble. Make sure you apply even pressure and don't force the cover off. If it is bent whilst removing, it will be difficult to reassemble.
    • To reveal all the components, use the spudger to lift off the metal cover of the protected circuitry

    • Make sure you apply even pressure and don't force the cover off. If it is bent whilst removing, it will be difficult to reassemble.

  8. Repeat the same step on the back of the logic board. Now you successfully exposed all the parts. Now you successfully exposed all the parts.
    • Repeat the same step on the back of the logic board.

    • Now you successfully exposed all the parts.

Conclusion

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

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