Motorola Droid X Screen Repair Guide - How to Replace a Broken Screen
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Motorola Droid X Screen Repair Guide - How to Replace a Broken Screen

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This screen repair guide for the Motorola Droid X will walk you through the steps needed to safely replace a damaged touch screen or LCD screen. To find replacement screens and DIY kits for your Droid ...

This screen repair guide for the Motorola Droid X will walk you through the steps needed to safely replace a damaged touch screen or LCD screen. To find replacement screens and DIY kits for your Droid X MB810 please visit: http://www.strivemobile.com/motorola-droid-x-screen-replacement-repair-parts

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Motorola Droid X Screen Repair Guide - How to Replace a Broken Screen Motorola Droid X Screen Repair Guide - How to Replace a Broken Screen Presentation Transcript

  • How to fix a Motorola Droid X Screen
  • visit www.StriveMobile.com to purchase your DIY kit
  • Using a pry tool releasethe clips holding thebezel on the frameTake your time with thisprocess as you do notwant to break any clips
  • With the back housing removed,we can now disconnect themotherboard.There are 3 connectors located onthe top of the motherboard whichwill need to be removed firstBegin by removing the 2 POP connectorsThe lower pop connector will be cover withadhesive tapeNow, release the JAW connector by lifting theblack tab and pulling out the LCD flex cable
  • Now, removethe final POPconnector andremove themotherboardfrom the device
  • Using aTorxT3 screwdriverremove the 13 screwslocated around the outsideedges
  • The touch screenassembly (far right),LCD (middle) and metalhousing (left) can nowbe separated
  • Use a heat gun or hair dryer to warmthe outside edges of the touchscreen.Warming the adhesive willmake it much simpler to remove theold digitizer and reuse the fronthousingKeep at medium heat, hoveredabout 2-3 inches away from thescreen for about 30 seconds. Be surenot to stay in one location for toolong – keep moving!*Caution -The Droid X uses a metalfront housing – so this will get HOT.Click here if only replacing the LCD Screen
  • With the adhesive warmed, use a safe open pry tool to separate thetouch screen (glass) from the metal front housing. Be sure to rewarmthe adhesive if the glue becomes too difficult to separate.
  • Cut your 3m Adhesive in to strips andthen place them onto the fronthousing.Make sure to clean up any old adhesiveleft over on your front housing toensure a clean and flush fit.Remove the film from adhesive whenyou are ready to apply the newdigitizer to the front housingBe sure the adhesive is not too thick orshowing within the viewing windowwhen looking at the assembly from thefrontRemove the screen protector locatedon the inside of your new touch screenreplacement. Failure to remove thiswill cause sporadic touch screenbehavior
  • With the touch screenassembly fully assembled,place the LCD screen intothe housing
  • • Insert the keypad flex cable into theconnector on your new touch screendigitizer• Be sure the cable is fully inserted andthen close the jaw connector• Re-align the flex cables onto the metalhousing using the adhesive pads.• Using yourTorxT3 screwdriver, replaceall 13 screws into the housing
  • Reconnect all the connections shownonto the motherboard, beginningwith the POP connector located onthe underside of the motherboardand then the LCD JAW connector
  • Lock the back housing back onto the device by aligning the housing over thedevice and applying pressure to lock in the clips.You can then replace all screws back into the device – front (4 longer screws)and back (2 shorter screws)
  • To complete your re-assembly you will just need to re-attachthe top and bottom covers on the front of your device,replace your battery, Micro SD card, and battery
  • And there you have it!Your DroidX is now looking and workinglike new again!Don’t forget to visit us atwww.StriveMobile.com to orderyour DIY Motorola Droid XTouchScreen Digitizer Replacement Kitor LCD Screen Repair Kit!