Introduction

These instructions will demonstrate how to remove the speaker from the KDDI Kyocera A5521K.

Image 1/3: Apply pressure to the back of the battery cover to slide it down. Image 2/3: The battery cover is now separate from the phone. Image 3/3: The battery cover is now separate from the phone.
  • Turn the phone over to expose the battery cover.

  • Apply pressure to the back of the battery cover to slide it down.

  • The battery cover is now separate from the phone.

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Image 1/3: The battery, cover, and phone should now be separated. Image 2/3: The battery, cover, and phone should now be separated. Image 3/3: The battery, cover, and phone should now be separated.
  • Remove the battery by pushing it up and out from the bottom.

  • The battery, cover, and phone should now be separated.

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Image 1/3: Beneath the covers are screws. Image 2/3: Beneath the covers are screws. Image 3/3: Beneath the covers are screws.
  • Pry, with a metal probe, the black covers that are located by the pivoting joints of the phone.

    • Beneath the covers are screws.

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  • Remove the screws using a Y0 screwdriver.

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Image 1/3: Two screws are now visible. Image 2/3: Be careful not to crack the screen upon removal.  It is adhered strongly to the phone. Image 3/3: Be careful not to crack the screen upon removal.  It is adhered strongly to the phone.
  • Use the iPod pry tool to remove the outer screen.

    • Two screws are now visible.

    • Be careful not to crack the screen upon removal. It is adhered strongly to the phone.

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  • Use the Y0 screwdriver to remove the screws.

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Image 1/2: Slide the pry tool along the entire crease of the faceplate to completely detach it. Image 2/2: Slide the pry tool along the entire crease of the faceplate to completely detach it.
  • Use the iPod pry tool to loosen the faceplate from the phone.

    • Slide the pry tool along the entire crease of the faceplate to completely detach it.

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  • Separate the faceplate from the phone.

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Image 1/2: Place a spudger in the oval shaped speaker opening of the phone (indicated by the red rectangle). Image 2/2: Turn the phone so the exposed circuit board faces upward.
  • Turn the phone over.

  • Place a spudger in the oval shaped speaker opening of the phone (indicated by the red rectangle).

  • Turn the phone so the exposed circuit board faces upward.

    • Keep the spudger in the speaker while turning the phone.

    • The speaker is indicated by the yellow rectangle.

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  • Push the spudger through the speaker opening to separate the speaker (indicated by the yellow rectangle).

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Image 1/3: Firmly remove the speaker. Image 2/3: Firmly remove the speaker. Image 3/3: Firmly remove the speaker.
  • Grasp the speaker (indicated by the yellow rectangle) with tweezers, or with your fingers if you can manage a firm grip.

  • Firmly remove the speaker.

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Conclusion

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

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