Introduction

A short guide on replacing the front panel of Huawei Ascend G630.

Parts

No parts required.

Prepare your tools onto the table and make sure you have everything you need for the repair and a clean workspace.
  • Prepare your tools onto the table and make sure you have everything you need for the repair and a clean workspace.

  • Start off by opening back of the Ascend g630 by just sliding either a spudger or a fingernail in between the frame and the back cover and prying it open.

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Using your Phillips screwdriver, unscrew all screws on the back of the phone. There is a varranty sticker on the corner screw pointed out in the picture.
  • Using your Phillips screwdriver, unscrew all screws on the back of the phone.

  • There is a varranty sticker on the corner screw pointed out in the picture.

  • Gently pry between the screen frame and the rear panel of the phone to expose the insides of the phone.

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The first picture shows a handy way of finding the correct placement for the battery screws when reassembling the device. Disconnect the battery and unscrew the 2 screws holding down the battery. Remove the battery. Disconnect the battery and unscrew the 2 screws holding down the battery. Remove the battery.
  • The first picture shows a handy way of finding the correct placement for the battery screws when reassembling the device.

  • Disconnect the battery and unscrew the 2 screws holding down the battery. Remove the battery.

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Deck the Halls
With tools and Fix Kits
Disconnect the flex cables from the motherboard. Carefully pry the camera loose, so that it can be removed along with the motherboard. Carefully pry the camera loose, so that it can be removed along with the motherboard.
  • Disconnect the flex cables from the motherboard.

  • Carefully pry the camera loose, so that it can be removed along with the motherboard.

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After undoing the flexcables the motherboard can be released (3 spots marked red) and removed. After undoing the flexcables the motherboard can be released (3 spots marked red) and removed. After undoing the flexcables the motherboard can be released (3 spots marked red) and removed.
  • After undoing the flexcables the motherboard can be released (3 spots marked red) and removed.

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Remove the volume buttons & flex cables and everything else that might be missing from your new replacement part. Carefully pry under the flex cables with a spudger. The flex cables are held down with mild adhesive. A bit of heat might help, but using a heat gun for this step is optional.
  • Remove the volume buttons & flex cables and everything else that might be missing from your new replacement part.

  • Carefully pry under the flex cables with a spudger. The flex cables are held down with mild adhesive. A bit of heat might help, but using a heat gun for this step is optional.

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Remove any protective films (blue in picture). Make sure the flex cable pointed out in the second picture is glued to the back of the display. A bit of thin double-sided tape will do, if there is no adhesive left on the flex cable.
  • Remove any protective films (blue in picture).

  • Make sure the flex cable pointed out in the second picture is glued to the back of the display. A bit of thin double-sided tape will do, if there is no adhesive left on the flex cable.

  • As you reassemble the device, make sure you wipe the contacts you have touched with your fingers, with isopropyl alcohol or similar.

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Finished!
  • Finished!

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow steps 2-6 in reverse order.

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Antti Immonen

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I plan on using this dissasembly guide for replacing the usb charging port which in these pictures appears to be through-hole soldered. As a novice when it comes to both soldering and taking apart phones (laptops are my safe zone), could you perhaps give some advice on wether this is also a known issue and if I'm risking overheating the board or other possible problems when attempting this. It's still got a lot of personal pictures and contact information on it and I'm really worried about damaging any critical memory or other operating component.

Bento - Reply

can you add more steps if only i want to replace the GLASS (with digitizer) since the LCD display is still working good... only that the glass is severely cracked. please add photos. thanks

Ray Floyd Cabrera - Reply

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