Introduction

This guide serves to provide the user with information on how to disassemble the Motorola Q700 Sidekick.

When looking at the front of the phone, use the Plastic Opening Tool to pry off the four buttons located in each of the corners on the front.
  • When looking at the front of the phone, use the Plastic Opening Tool to pry off the four buttons located in each of the corners on the front.

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Turn the phone face-down. Remove the back cover, exposing the battery.
  • Turn the phone face-down. Remove the back cover, exposing the battery.

  • Use the Plastic Opening Tool to pry the battery out of the phone.

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Using the appropriate size Phillips screwdriver, unscrew the four screws located in each of the corners on the back of the device.
  • Using the appropriate size Phillips screwdriver, unscrew the four screws located in each of the corners on the back of the device.

  • Although the battery is shown in this picture, please remember to make sure that it is removed in order to proceed with disassembly.

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After removal of the back screws, use the Plastic Opening Tool to carefully separate the top and bottom halves of the device.
  • After removal of the back screws, use the Plastic Opening Tool to carefully separate the top and bottom halves of the device.

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Using the appropriate size Phillips screwdriver, remove any screws that are attached or associated with the keypad and carefully remove keypad from the device.
  • Using the appropriate size Phillips screwdriver, remove any screws that are attached or associated with the keypad and carefully remove keypad from the device.

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On the back of the device, you will see individual green and yellow technical pieces. Remove those two pieces from the phone with your fingers and set aside.
  • On the back of the device, you will see individual green and yellow technical pieces. Remove those two pieces from the phone with your fingers and set aside.

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You should now have all of the pieces separated and disassembled for your device.
  • You should now have all of the pieces separated and disassembled for your device.

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Conclusion

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

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