The HTC Desire 610 is a touchscreen smartphone that runs Android software. It was released in February 2014.

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What wire connections inside phone controls turning on screen

Had to repair the sim card reader for HTC Desire 610, so took the phone apart and made what I think is a fix (won't know until I can see the screen). I was very conscious of wiring schematic, but when I put the phone together and turned it on, it vibrated, played ATT theme, but the screen stayed black! I obviously missed an important step or connection when I put the phone back together. Any help would be appreciated.

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@ifixitlitestrm did your screen work before you "made what I think is a fix"? What does your fix look like? Post images of what you did.

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oldturkey03, thank you for your reply. Yes the phone worked perfectly with the exception of the SIM card reader no reading the new card. The phone is unlocked and I want to use it on TracFone.

I have taken the phone apart again and have taken some photos of the inside. I can identify most of the parts, but there is one connection labeled "????? NO. 2" and "A", that I have no idea what it does. I'm thinking that this may be the culprit. There is a connection on the mother board ("B") that seats into that connection "A", but once the motherboard is put back, it's a blind connection and I can't see if there is a good connection made. Hope this helps. By the way, I have tried all the suggestions of holding power buttons and volume buttons in various combinations, but to no avail. Thank for your interest. I could have sworn there was a place to add attachments, but now I can't find it! %#*@!

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