Introduction

This guide is for replacing the top and bottom speakers, which HTC calls the dual speakers. Make sure you have a good area to work and plenty of time.

  1. Insert the end of a paper clip into the holes on each side of the phone to eject the SIM card and Micro SD card. Set the cardholders aside. Set the cardholders aside.
    • Insert the end of a paper clip into the holes on each side of the phone to eject the SIM card and Micro SD card.

    • Set the cardholders aside.

  2. Heat up the top grey speaker plate with the iFixit iOpener for two minutes.
    • Heat up the top grey speaker plate with the iFixit iOpener for two minutes.

  3. Use a metal spudger to pry up the left edge of the upper grey front plate. Place the spudger between the inside white plastic edge and the grey plate. Do not pry between the two white plastic frames. Don’t pry against the glass. Pry against only the left side as there is a delicate antenna under the plate.
    • Use a metal spudger to pry up the left edge of the upper grey front plate.

    • Place the spudger between the inside white plastic edge and the grey plate. Do not pry between the two white plastic frames.

      • Don’t pry against the glass. Pry against only the left side as there is a delicate antenna under the plate.

    • Use the narrow plastic pry tool to carefully separate the black ribbon antenna from the grey plate.

  4. Remove the 2mm screw with a T5 torx screwdriver head from the iFixit tool kit. Remove the 2mm screw with a T5 torx screwdriver head from the iFixit tool kit.
    • Remove the 2mm screw with a T5 torx screwdriver head from the iFixit tool kit.

  5. Use the plastic pry tool to pry around the edge of the phone. Pry carefully around the card slots.
    • Use the plastic pry tool to pry around the edge of the phone.

      • Pry carefully around the card slots.

    • Slowly pull up from the right side of the screen like opening a book.

      • The plastic piece for the power button may fall out. Set it aside for reassembly.

    • Use the plastic spudger to peel the foam adhesive around the camera away from the back plate.

  6. Peel off the long yellow pieces of tape on the right and left side of the copper plate. Peel off the long yellow pieces of tape on the right and left side of the copper plate.
    • Peel off the long yellow pieces of tape on the right and left side of the copper plate.

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  8. Starting from the copper plate, peel up all three woven, silver colored tapes using the spudger or narrow pry tool.
    • Starting from the copper plate, peel up all three woven, silver colored tapes using the spudger or narrow pry tool.

  9. Using the flat end of the spudger, pop up the white tabs on all ribbon cable connectors located to the left and right of the copper plate. On the left side, pop the white tab up to the left. On the right, pop up to the right. Carefully pull out the ribbon cables.
    • Using the flat end of the spudger, pop up the white tabs on all ribbon cable connectors located to the left and right of the copper plate.

      • On the left side, pop the white tab up to the left. On the right, pop up to the right.

    • Carefully pull out the ribbon cables.

  10. Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver, unscrew the two 1 mm screws from the bottom right corner of the motherboard that hold the power connector down. Pop up the battery connector using the flat end of the spudger. Pop up the battery connector using the flat end of the spudger.
    • Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver, unscrew the two 1 mm screws from the bottom right corner of the motherboard that hold the power connector down.

    • Pop up the battery connector using the flat end of the spudger.

  11. Use the pointed end of the spudger to pop off the four antenna connectors. Three are located on the top left corner of the motherboard and one on the bottom right. Use the pointed end of the spudger to pop off the four antenna connectors. Three are located on the top left corner of the motherboard and one on the bottom right. Use the pointed end of the spudger to pop off the four antenna connectors. Three are located on the top left corner of the motherboard and one on the bottom right.
    • Use the pointed end of the spudger to pop off the four antenna connectors. Three are located on the top left corner of the motherboard and one on the bottom right.

  12. Using the pointed end of the spudger, pull the wires for the rumble motor to the left to pull the connector out of the board. The connector is very small and easy to break so take caution when pulling it out. Wiggling the wires as you pull to the left helps.
    • Using the pointed end of the spudger, pull the wires for the rumble motor to the left to pull the connector out of the board.

    • The connector is very small and easy to break so take caution when pulling it out. Wiggling the wires as you pull to the left helps.

  13. Using a T5 torx screwdriver, remove four 2mm screws from the four corners of the motherboard. Once the screws are removed, carefully pull the copper plated motherboard out. Once the screws are removed, carefully pull the copper plated motherboard out.
    • Using a T5 torx screwdriver, remove four 2mm screws from the four corners of the motherboard.

    • Once the screws are removed, carefully pull the copper plated motherboard out.

  14. Use the flat end of the plastic spudger to pry the lower speaker out. Holding the phone, pull the speaker to the right pulling the connector out of the board.
    • Use the flat end of the plastic spudger to pry the lower speaker out.

    • Holding the phone, pull the speaker to the right pulling the connector out of the board.

    • The connector is very small and easy to break so take caution when pulling it out. Wiggling the wires as you pull to the right helps.

  15. Using the narrow pry tool, pry the rear camera loose from the frame.
    • Using the narrow pry tool, pry the rear camera loose from the frame.

  16. Peel off the yellow tape covering the power button connector using the pointed end of the spudger. Pop up the white tab on the ribbon cable connector for the power button located on the top right of the phone.
    • Peel off the yellow tape covering the power button connector using the pointed end of the spudger.

    • Pop up the white tab on the ribbon cable connector for the power button located on the top right of the phone.

    • Carefully pull out the ribbon cable.

  17. Using a PH000 Phillips screwdriver, remove the four 1mm screws from the upper logic board. Using the flat end of the spudger, pop the top speaker's plastic cover off. Lift out the board with the camera and set it aside for reassembly.
    • Using a PH000 Phillips screwdriver, remove the four 1mm screws from the upper logic board.

    • Using the flat end of the spudger, pop the top speaker's plastic cover off.

    • Lift out the board with the camera and set it aside for reassembly.

  18. Using a 2 mm flat head screwdriver, pry out and remove the top speaker from the phone.
    • Using a 2 mm flat head screwdriver, pry out and remove the top speaker from the phone.

    • It is easy to pry the speaker apart rather than pry the whole thing out. So be careful to only pry on the metal plate and not the plastic siding of the speaker.

Conclusion

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

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