How to Replace HTC M9 LCD Screen Assembly

Tools Needed:

T5 Torx Screwdriver

PH00 Phillips Screwdriver

Case Opening Tool

Spudger

Tweezers

SIM Eject Pin

Heat Gun or Hair Drier

 

Step 1: Power off the HTC One M9, then take out the SIM and SD card trays with an eject pin or tweezers.


Step 2: Pry up the bottom side rail, undo the 2 screws with T5 Torx screwdriver.

Step 3: Pry up to separate the LCD assembly with frame from rear housing.



 

Step 4: Undo the screws marked in the pic, pry up the adhesive shield then pry up the connectors to release the motherboard.

 

Step 5: Pry up to release the upper logic board.


Step 6: Pry up the battery flex connector then the battery.(Notice: be careful not to damage the battery flex.)


Step 9: Undo the 3 screws, then remove the earphone jack and charging port assembly.

 

Step 10: Heat up to soften adhesive and then insert the case opening too to separate the LCD assembly from front frame.


Step 11: Replace a brand new HTC One M9 LCD Screen Assembly, putting together with the HTC One M9 front housing.

Step 12: Put the battery back on the front housing.


Step 14: Put the upper mainboard on the top of the phone.(Notice: you need to pay attention to make sure the upper mainboard edges are placed into the right bracket. )


Step 15: Reconnect the volume key flex cable ribbon, SIM card reader flex cable to the board.


Step 16: Fasten 4 Torx 5 screws in the board.


Step 17: Put the charging port back on the frame.

 


Step 18: Fasten 3 screws in the charging port.

 

Step 19: Put the loud speaker back on the frame.

 

Step 20: Lay back the mainboard.

 

Step 21: Fasten 2 screws in the top board, and the screw underneath the loud speaker flex cable.

 


Step 21: Reconnect all the connectors on the motherboard.

 

Step 22: Press down the volume key on the frame and reconnect all the antennas on the motherboard.

 

 


Step 23: Fasten 2 screws in the motherboard.


Step 24: Reassemble the battery door with the rest parts.

 

Step 25: Fasten 2 screws in the bottom.

 


Step 26: Put the rubbery cover back in the bottom.


Step 27: Insert the SD card and SIM card Tray back.

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