Introduction

HTC One X is also known as S720E.

How to disassemble the phone and change the LCD Display & Touchscreen / Digitizer (the complete spare part).


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Image 1/3: Remove the SIM tray. Image 2/3: The back cover is sticked to the phone with adhesive tape. Is good to use some hot air to do removing of the back cover easier. Image 3/3: The back cover is sticked to the phone with adhesive tape. Is good to use some hot air to do removing of the back cover easier.
  • Switch-off the phone (if you can).

  • Remove the SIM tray.

  • The back cover is sticked to the phone with adhesive tape. Is good to use some hot air to do removing of the back cover easier.

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Image 1/3: For separating the back cover, use only plastic tools. Image 2/3: For separating the back cover, use only plastic tools. Image 3/3: For separating the back cover, use only plastic tools.
  • Start opening from the bottom side.

  • For separating the back cover, use only plastic tools.

Be careful around the bottom corners and edges, that you don't put your guitar pick in to deep and break a pin off the logic board.

Josh Ginsberg - Reply

There are 3 types of screens! Sony, Sharp and AUO (or something). Look at the color of the flexwire before you order or install. I made the mistake and burned the backlight coil.

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hi. which flexwire to whach?

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Image 1/3: Image 2/3: Image 3/3:
  • The mother board is held by 6x Philips screws.

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Image 1/3: the Touchscreen flex cable Image 2/3: the Volume buttons & Mic flex cable Image 3/3: the Dock connector flex cable
  • Disconnect one by one:

    • the Touchscreen flex cable

    • the Volume buttons & Mic flex cable

    • the Dock connector flex cable

  • Use a plastic tool to unstick the battery.

  • Be careful, there are flex cables under the battery. At the last picture in this step you can see the cables and the place were is adhesive tape.

  • Now you can separate the Dock flex cable.

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Image 1/3: the LCD Display flex cable Image 2/3: the Navigation buttons flex cable Image 3/3: Disconnect the Power On button flex cable at the upper side of the phone
  • Lift the motherboard slightly to disconnect two flex cables:

    • the LCD Display flex cable

    • the Navigation buttons flex cable

  • Disconnect the Power On button flex cable at the upper side of the phone

  • Now the mainboard and the battery are free.

  • Disconnect the battery from the mainboard.

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Image 1/3: During the procedure of the separating the LCD Display & Touchscreen from the frame, you can use again hot air. This will make separating more easy. Image 2/3: During the procedure of the separating the LCD Display & Touchscreen from the frame, you can use again hot air. This will make separating more easy. Image 3/3: During the procedure of the separating the LCD Display & Touchscreen from the frame, you can use again hot air. This will make separating more easy.
  • At the beginning you can use a cutter to make a room for the plastic tool.

  • During the procedure of the separating the LCD Display & Touchscreen from the frame, you can use again hot air. This will make separating more easy.

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Image 1/3: Gently assemble the screen to the frame. Image 2/3: Gently assemble the screen to the frame. Image 3/3: Gently assemble the screen to the frame.
  • The original adhesive tape is left on the frame, but I prefer to put new. I put it onto the original.

  • Gently assemble the screen to the frame.

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Conclusion

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

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