Introduction

This easy to follow guide will show you in the ins and outs on how to repair your HTC Touch Pro.

  1. First, gently press on the back plate and push down toward the camera.
    • First, gently press on the back plate and push down toward the camera.

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  2. Use your finger to lift up the edge of the battery.
    • Use your finger to lift up the edge of the battery.

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    • Remove the 4 screws using the T6 screw driver.

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    • Lift the plastic cover near the memory card slot.

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    • Remove the two Phillips #00 screws from the backside of the screen.

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    • Insert a spudger or a plastic opening tool into the seam on the side of the phone.

    • Gently pry apart the two halves of the phone.

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    • Gently unplug the connectors.

    • Remove the screws with a 00 Phillips-head screwdriver.

    Which screws in red? There aren't any.

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    They are marked up in red in the second picture.

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    • Gently lift the logic board up using a plastic opener tool.

    • BE AWARE OF THE ANTENNA.

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    • Remove the 4 screws circled in red using a 00 Phillips-head screwdriver.

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    • Start by lifting the back plate of the screen by using yours finger or a plastic opener tool.

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    • Remove the 4 screws by using a 00 Phillips-head screwdriver.

    • Gently lift the connectors.

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    • Lift the front keyboard by removing the screws with a 00 Phillips-head screwdriver.

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    • With the front keyboard removed, gently lift the screen up with a plastic opener tool and remove it .

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Conclusion

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

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