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So the Y1 Tri-wing Screwdriver is all I need to tear down my Kin 2?

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Looking at the teardown here, I would have a few Torx, a Phillips and the Triwing from here available. This 26 Bit Driver Kit might just be the perfect set for it. Hope this helps, good luck.

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26 Bit Driver Kit

Ultra-portable screwdriver kit for repairing electronics, smartphones, tablets, computers, and game consoles. Contains: 4 mm Driver Handle 60 mm Driver Extension Metal Tweezers Flathead sizes 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3 mm Phillips sizes #000, #00, #0, #1, #2 Torx siz — 50+ available at 19.95 each.

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Tri-wing Y1 Screwdriver

Three pointed screwdriver. Fits many tamper-proof three pointed fastener heads, including those found on MacBook Pro batteries. Similar to, and acceptable replacement for, Apple Tool 922-8991. Swivel top handle with precision tip driver. — 50+ available at 5.95 each.

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mayer
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Unlike iFixit, Chipworks, who did the teardown, does not list tools needed to do the job. Microsoft Kin Two Teardown

I would be very surprise if a #00 & #0 Phillips screwdriver are not needed.

Further research shows the Phillips and torx screws on the link from this question: http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/53813...)

mayer,

+ Definitely agree with that.

oldturkey03,

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