Introduction

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

Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/1: 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.
  • 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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Image 1/2: There is a varranty sticker on the corner screw pointed out in the picture. Image 2/2: Gently pry between the screen frame and the rear panel of the phone to expose the insides of the phone.
  • 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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Image 1/3: Disconnect the battery and unscrew the 2 screws holding down the battery. Remove the battery. Image 2/3: Disconnect the battery and unscrew the 2 screws holding down the battery. Remove the battery. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: Carefully pry the camera loose, so that it can be removed along with the motherboard. Image 2/3: Carefully pry the camera loose, so that it can be removed along with the motherboard. Image 3/3: 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.

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Image 1/2: 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. Image 2/2: 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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Image 1/2: 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. Image 2/2: As you reassemble the device, make sure you wipe the contacts you have touched with your fingers, with isopropyl alcohol or similar.
  • 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!

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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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