Image 1/3: The volume control button and the top power button may fall out during this step. Image 2/3: The volume control button and the top power button may fall out during this step. Image 3/3: The volume control button and the top power button may fall out during this step.
  • Remove the back panel with the plastic opening tool by carefully prying around the edges.

    • The volume control button and the top power button may fall out during this step.

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  • Unscrew the four 3mm Phillips #00 screws found in each corner of the motherboard.

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  • Unplug the ribbon cable that connects near the edge of motherboard that is located in bottom right of the device.

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Image 1/2: A mesh-looking strip on the right side will be connected to the bottom of the motherboard. Image 2/2: Remove the tape on top of the strip, use tweezers or pliers to pull on the strip to unplug it.
  • Lift up the motherboard.

  • A mesh-looking strip on the right side will be connected to the bottom of the motherboard.

  • Remove the tape on top of the strip, use tweezers or pliers to pull on the strip to unplug it.

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Image 1/2: The ribbon cable with the camera on it is plugged into the motherboard. Image 2/2: To unplug the ribbon cable use your fingers to pull up on the flap.
  • Completely lift up the motherboard and locate the ribbon cable (burnt orange looking strip) in the middle of the top of the motherboard.

  • The ribbon cable with the camera on it is plugged into the motherboard.

  • To unplug the ribbon cable use your fingers to pull up on the flap.

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Image 1/2: Do not remove the entire rubber camera mount. Only remove the camera which is attached with adhesive. Image 2/2: Remove broken camera and use electronic-friendly adhesive to attach new camera.
  • Use a Spudger to pry the camera away from the rubber camera mount.

  • Do not remove the entire rubber camera mount. Only remove the camera which is attached with adhesive.

  • Remove broken camera and use electronic-friendly adhesive to attach new camera.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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