Among the list of things that I removed was missing the call a Terminal android and even a Sony Ericsson. So I got two birds with one stone :-).
I have changed hands this little smartphone Xperia X 8 It should be low-midrange (and plastics that is built, you see) but it has a respectable hardware.
Despite the plastics used are not well-made I cannot congratulate Sony Ericsson for the way he assembled. There are only five screws and a few highly visible joint for easy disassemble any phone.
And the thing can only come in handy in case there is to replace any component.
1. Remove back Cover and access to motherboard.
Once removed the battery-there is situated in front of the black cover that is held firm by five screws (There are four torx and a cross black). The upper right tab is used to block the usb port cover.
Once you unscrew all the screws you have to push with a screwdriver plastic parts (are just two in the lower part, a on the one hand and on the other).
|AND’ must you remove the Micro SD card would not cover comes off.|
2. Removing Front cover Digitizer (touch)
Here things get complicated a bit '… but it's still all very simple. First you must remove the front cover joints. I pushed a little’ outward from the usb port and then with a pick I extracted from the side the portion of the cover that you see in the picture.
|ATTENTION: At this point we need to gently move the cover rotating from the top. Before it goes up the display (that is idle only by two plastic parts on the sides) in order to access the portion of the motherboard where the flat cable connectors.|
Below I show how they should be placed to remove connectors and flat cables. AND’ important to note that the display cable is also glued (weakly) to the motherboard, so it should be pulled with some’ for a decision.
3. Voice Speaker removal
Hidden by a black film that I think will serve to protect it from dust
4. Webcam module removal
In the absence of a specific tool definitely provided support to centres to better manage. Virtually all languages must push outward metal (I used a Swiss army knife) and then pull out.
It should be noted that there is a small plastic extension that indicates the direction in which it should be reassembled. (If you are wrong you have to throw away).
And here we have removed everything that one could remove….
Aggiugno some pictures out of curiosity….