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HTC Desire 510 / RIO - How to replace broken, not working Digitizer glass and/or LCD Display.


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Switch off the phone, remove the battery and any installed SIM and memory cards. Remove 7x Torx T5 screws. Remove 7x Torx T5 screws.
  • Switch off the phone, remove the battery and any installed SIM and memory cards.

  • Remove 7x Torx T5 screws.

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Use a plastic tool to remove the rear bezel. The loudspeaker is on the inner side of the rear bezel. The loudspeaker is on the inner side of the rear bezel.
  • Use a plastic tool to remove the rear bezel.

  • The loudspeaker is on the inner side of the rear bezel.

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Disconnect the touch screen flex cable. Disconnect the light sensor flex cable. Unstuck the vibra-motor from the middle frame.
  • Disconnect the touch screen flex cable.

  • Disconnect the light sensor flex cable.

  • Unstuck the vibra-motor from the middle frame.

  • Remove the coaxial antenna cable from the middle frame.

  • The LCD display flex cable is connected to the bottom side of the board.

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At the upper left side, the board is held by a plastic locking clip. Use a plastic tool and start the separating from here. Gently disconnect the LCD display flex cable. Now remove the logic board.
  • At the upper left side, the board is held by a plastic locking clip. Use a plastic tool and start the separating from here.

  • Gently disconnect the LCD display flex cable.

  • Now remove the logic board.

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Put a scotch tape to prevent the glass from scattering. Use a hot gun or hair dryer and warm the glass. This will make the adhesive soften and the separation easier. Use a hot gun or hair dryer and warm the glass. This will make the adhesive soften and the separation easier.
  • Put a scotch tape to prevent the glass from scattering.

  • Use a hot gun or hair dryer and warm the glass. This will make the adhesive soften and the separation easier.

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Use a cutter and slightly lift the glass in one of the corners. When you make enough room, put a plastic tool. Continue the separating with plastic tools to prevent the middle frame from scratches. Continue the separating with plastic tools to prevent the middle frame from scratches.
  • Use a cutter and slightly lift the glass in one of the corners. When you make enough room, put a plastic tool.

  • Continue the separating with plastic tools to prevent the middle frame from scratches.

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The digitizer flex cable goes under the LCD display. Slightly lift the display and unstuck the digitizer ribbon cable from the from the rear side of the display. Slightly lift the display and unstuck the digitizer ribbon cable from the from the rear side of the display.
  • The digitizer flex cable goes under the LCD display.

  • Slightly lift the display and unstuck the digitizer ribbon cable from the from the rear side of the display.

Lifting the LCD out improperly will crack the LCD

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If you have a broken LCD display, use a plastic tool and remove it from the middle frame. It's not glued to the frame. It's not glued to the frame.
  • If you have a broken LCD display, use a plastic tool and remove it from the middle frame.

  • It's not glued to the frame.

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Install a new adhesive tape on the digitizer glass. First put the touch screen flex cable in the right hole and then install the LCD Display. First put the touch screen flex cable in the right hole and then install the LCD Display.
  • Install a new adhesive tape on the digitizer glass.

  • First put the touch screen flex cable in the right hole and then install the LCD Display.

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Now is time to reassemble the phone. That's all.
  • Now is time to reassemble the phone.

  • That's all.

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Conclusion

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

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thanks for this mate, super helpful

kommer - Reply

I did exactly this and when I turn on my phone, the digitizer recognizes touches for a few milliseconds (buggy touches) when I touch it then it stops recognizing touches. What did I do wrong?

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