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Introduction

If your camera isnt functioning properly, not showing a display, or looks cracked or foggy, it may need to be replaced. In this guide we will be replacing the rear-facing camera.

  1. Hold the device with the screen facing up. Gently wedge your plastic opening tool into the crease, and run it along the perimeter of the case
    • Hold the device with the screen facing up. Gently wedge your plastic opening tool into the crease, and run it along the perimeter of the case

    • You will hear click sounds as the clips unhinge

    • Remove the back panel of the device.

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  3. Remove the 14 screws with the T-5 Torx screwdriver. (11 black 3.6mm screws, and three 4.45mm screws) The silver screws are marked with an "S" or a sticker [S1.6(Silver)] See the corrected image 4.45mm Silver screws
    • Remove the 14 screws with the T-5 Torx screwdriver. (11 black 3.6mm screws, and three 4.45mm screws)

    • The silver screws are marked with an "S" or a sticker [S1.6(Silver)] See the corrected image

    • 4.45mm Silver screws

    • 3.6mm Black screws

    • Gently snap the perimeter clips open, and remove the internal plastic case.

  4. Use the plastic opening tool to disconnect the camera from the logic board, by prying it up.
    • Use the plastic opening tool to disconnect the camera from the logic board, by prying it up.

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