Introduction

Use this guide to remove and replace the complete display with the frame of a Huawei P8.

Image 1/2: Remove the trays for the SD card and the SIM card. Image 2/2: Remove the trays for the SD card and the SIM card.
  • First switch off your phone.

  • Remove the trays for the SD card and the SIM card.

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Image 1/1: If the screen is cracked you might want to use some tape to protect your eyes from glass shreds and get a better grip to open the phone.
  • Unscrew the two Pentalobe P2 screws located at the bottom next to the device's USB C port.

  • If the screen is cracked you might want to use some tape to protect your eyes from glass shreds and get a better grip to open the phone.

Torx 2 also works :)

Dennis Meerveld - Reply

Tried pentalobe drivers but had to get a Torx 2 in the end, possibly some variation across regional models.

Ben Raphael - Reply

Image 1/3: Unscrew the two Phillips #000 that hold down the two metal clamps covering the front camera and display and battery flex connectors. Image 2/3: Unscrew the two Phillips #000 that hold down the two metal clamps covering the front camera and display and battery flex connectors. Image 3/3: Unscrew the two Phillips #000 that hold down the two metal clamps covering the front camera and display and battery flex connectors.
  • Use an iSclack or a suction handle to separate the display unit from the rear panel.

  • Unscrew the two Phillips #000 that hold down the two metal clamps covering the front camera and display and battery flex connectors.

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Image 1/3: Unplug the battery flex connector with a Spudger. Image 2/3: Remove the metal clamp covering the flex connector of the front camera. Image 3/3: Remove the metal clamp covering the flex connector of the front camera.
  • Use a tweezer to remove the metal clamp covering the display and the battery flex connector.

  • Unplug the battery flex connector with a Spudger.

  • Remove the metal clamp covering the flex connector of the front camera.

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Image 1/3: Remove the front camera. Image 2/3: Remove the front camera. Image 3/3: Remove the front camera.
  • Unplug the headphone jack and the front camera flex connectors.

  • Remove the front camera.

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Image 1/3: Unplug the vibration motor flex connector. Image 2/3: Disconnect the antenna cable. Image 3/3: Disconnect the antenna cable.
  • Unscrew the four Phillips #000 screws that hold down the motherboard of your Huawei P8.

  • Unplug the vibration motor flex connector.

  • Disconnect the antenna cable.

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Image 1/3: Disconnect and remove the antenna cable with a tweezer. Image 2/3: Disconnect and remove the antenna cable with a tweezer. Image 3/3: Disconnect and remove the antenna cable with a tweezer.
  • Unplug the display flex connector from the main board with a Spudger.

  • Disconnect and remove the antenna cable with a tweezer.

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Image 1/2: Remove the liquid contact indicator that sits on top of the last screw holding down your main board. Image 2/2: Remove the liquid contact indicator that sits on top of the last screw holding down your main board.
  • Use a spudger to disconnect the flex cable of the power and volume buttons.

  • Remove the liquid contact indicator that sits on top of the last screw holding down your main board.

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Image 1/2: Lift up the main board with a spudger and remove it. Image 2/2: Lift up the main board with a spudger and remove it.
  • Unscrew the Phillips #000 screw.

  • Lift up the main board with a spudger and remove it.

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Image 1/2: Lift up the loudspeaker assembly with a spudger and remove it. Image 2/2: Lift up the loudspeaker assembly with a spudger and remove it.
  • Loosen the flex cable of your loudspeaker carefully. If it is too sticky loosen the adhesive of the whole loudspeaker assembly with an iOpener or a heat gun.

  • Lift up the loudspeaker assembly with a spudger and remove it.

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Image 1/2: Pull the adhesive tab in a slow constant movement to free the battery. Image 2/2: Pull the adhesive tab in a slow constant movement to free the battery.
  • Free the end of the first adhesive pull tab to get a good grip on it.

  • Pull the adhesive tab in a slow constant movement to free the battery.

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Image 1/2: Pull the adhesive tab in a slow constant movement. Image 2/2: Should those adhesive tabs snap, you might want to use an iOpener to heat and soften them a little bit so you can pry out the battery with a spudger.
  • Free the end of the second adhesive pull tab.

  • Pull the adhesive tab in a slow constant movement.

  • Should those adhesive tabs snap, you might want to use an iOpener to heat and soften them a little bit so you can pry out the battery with a spudger.

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  • Slowly lift the battery out.

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Image 1/3: Remove the vibration motor. Image 2/3: There is some adhesive under the vibration motor and its gasket. If you are not able to remove them, use an iOpener to loosen the adhesive a little bit. Image 3/3: There is some adhesive under the vibration motor and its gasket. If you are not able to remove them, use an iOpener to loosen the adhesive a little bit.
  • Remove the vibration motor gasket.

  • Remove the vibration motor.

  • There is some adhesive under the vibration motor and its gasket. If you are not able to remove them, use an iOpener to loosen the adhesive a little bit.

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Image 1/3: Remove the four Phillips #000 screws. Image 2/3: Use a tweezer to remove the plastic bracket which is covering the corner of the headphone jack. Image 3/3: Use a tweezer to remove the plastic bracket which is covering the corner of the headphone jack.
  • Remove the power and volume button flex cable.

  • Remove the four Phillips #000 screws.

  • Use a tweezer to remove the plastic bracket which is covering the corner of the headphone jack.

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Image 1/3: Use a tweezer to remove the first daughter board which was connected to the headphone jack. Image 2/3: Remove the second daughter board including the headphone jack. Image 3/3: Both daughterboards are clamped into the mid frame and a little bit tricky to remove. Try to grab them near the holes for the Phillips #000 screws to not damage any contacts.
  • Use a spudger to disconnect the headphone jack flex cable.

  • Use a tweezer to remove the first daughter board which was connected to the headphone jack.

  • Remove the second daughter board including the headphone jack.

  • Both daughterboards are clamped into the mid frame and a little bit tricky to remove. Try to grab them near the holes for the Phillips #000 screws to not damage any contacts.

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Image 1/3: Remove the earpiece speaker with a tweezer. Take care of its connectors while doing so. Image 2/3: Remove the front camera gasket. Image 3/3: Remove the front camera gasket.
  • Remove the gasket which was placed under the daughterboard in the top right corner of your phone.

  • Remove the earpiece speaker with a tweezer. Take care of its connectors while doing so.

  • Remove the front camera gasket.

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  • Before reassembly compare your new replacement part with the old one and check for any additional components that might need to be transferred.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order. Reapply adhesive where necessary and transfer the rubber gaskets and sealings of your old frame to the new one.

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