Introduction

Repairing a broken screen of the Huawei P7 is a much less daunting task than it was with its predecessor.

Image 1/1: Keep calm
  • Cracked screen, but no idea how to start?

  • Keep calm

  • Follow my guide

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Image 1/3: Use a plastic spudger or opening tool to gently pry up the glass Image 2/3: Carefully work your way around the edges Image 3/3: Be careful at the bottom. There is a flex cable running near the back-glass
  • Heat the glass panel on the back to around 85°C so the adhesive loosens

  • Use a plastic spudger or opening tool to gently pry up the glass

  • Carefully work your way around the edges

  • Be careful at the bottom. There is a flex cable running near the back-glass

  • Never use metal tools for this. Metal will scratch the black paint off the backplate

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Image 1/3: Use a philips screwdriver to remove the shield, revealing the battery connection Image 2/3: Next, disconnect the LCD/Digitizer ribbon Image 3/3: Next, disconnect the LCD/Digitizer ribbon
  • First, we'll disconnect the battery cable

  • Use a philips screwdriver to remove the shield, revealing the battery connection

  • Next, disconnect the LCD/Digitizer ribbon

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Image 1/2: Use plastic tools to pry the battery off its adhesive Image 2/2: Patience is key here
  • Remove the battery

  • Use plastic tools to pry the battery off its adhesive

  • Patience is key here

  • Don't bend, puncture or heat the battery.

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Image 1/2: Using a plastic tool, seperate the display from the frame, but don't pull it too far away. Image 2/2: Using a plastic tool, seperate the display from the frame, but don't pull it too far away.
  • Heat the front side to about 85°C

  • Using a plastic tool, seperate the display from the frame, but don't pull it too far away.

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Image 1/2: Make sure none of this cable is stuck to the frame Image 2/2: Make sure none of this cable is stuck to the frame
  • Flipping the phone over, we can see the display ribbon

  • Make sure none of this cable is stuck to the frame

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Image 1/2: Make sure there is not a single glass-shard left on the frame. Any little splinter will cause significant damage to the new screen you're about to place Image 2/2: Make sure there is not a single glass-shard left on the frame. Any little splinter will cause significant damage to the new screen you're about to place
  • Pull the display ribbon through the frame

  • Make sure there is not a single glass-shard left on the frame. Any little splinter will cause significant damage to the new screen you're about to place

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Image 1/2: Make sure you don't cover important holes Image 2/2: Put the new screen in, sliding the cable first, making sure the whole cable (aswell as the little part sticking out)
  • Tape up the whole frame with double-sided tape for a perfect fit that won't come loose

  • Make sure you don't cover important holes

  • Put the new screen in, sliding the cable first, making sure the whole cable (aswell as the little part sticking out)

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Image 1/2: Image 2/2:
  • As good as new

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Conclusion

- Never use metal opening tools

- Remove ALL the glass splinters from the frame before re-attaching the new one

- Have fun

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Maxim

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Hallo Paintskill,

Ich habe eine wesentliche Frage. Was muss ich noch beachten, wenn mein Display und das Touchpannel ganz ist und ich aber nur mein Deckglas austauschen möchte. Wie sind diese aneinander geklebt? Wie schwierig ist das?

Und ja, welche doppelseitigen Klebestreifen hast du benutzt?

lg und Danke,

Friendly

Friendly - Reply

Hallo,

Nun ich habs auch selber versucht und wollte sagen.

Mein Deckglas war nur gesprungen, nicht das Display. Also wollte ich daran sparen und nur das Deckglas kaufen. Keine gute Idee... Das ist brutal mit einander verklebt und selbst wenn man es abbekäme müssten wir das empfindliche Display noch vom Kleber reinigen. Das hab ich mit nicht geschafft - und ich war im Labor der Hochschule. Kauft gleich das Display ^^

lg

Friendly

PS: die 85°C zum Kleber aufheizen sind ganz vernünftig.

Friendly - Reply

found nice video about this process here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BD24da5b...

Karel - Reply

I like that helping video.Thanks pal!

Styleart -

I like that helping video.Thanks!

Styleart -

Hi! Which legitimate website can I order for the display pannel of P7-L10? I hope there is.. Or can I order it from you? Tried checking in to two service centers located in Ayala Mall, Cebu City, Philippines but they don't have a stock on hand. Too bad!

Grace - Reply

super thank you

sinisa kolman - Reply

Muchas gracias por esta explicacion.

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