Introduction

Improve keyboard function by replacing keypad cover for your Motorola MOTO phone.

Using the T5 Torx-screwdriver, remove the four 5.5 mm screws on the back panel.
  • Using the T5 Torx-screwdriver, remove the four 5.5 mm screws on the back panel.

Using a plastic opening tool, carefully peel back the rubber strip located at the bottom of the keypad Remove the two T5 Torx-screws underneath the rubber strip using the T5 Torx-screwdriver
  • Using a plastic opening tool, carefully peel back the rubber strip located at the bottom of the keypad

  • Remove the two T5 Torx-screws underneath the rubber strip using the T5 Torx-screwdriver

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Using the flat end of the plastic opening tool, insert it in the gap between the charging port and plastic at the bottom left side of the phone. Slide the opening tool around the phone clockwise until you reach the audio port. Twist the opening tool until the plastic pops off from the body of the phone. This make require a small amount of force.
  • Using the flat end of the plastic opening tool, insert it in the gap between the charging port and plastic at the bottom left side of the phone.

  • Slide the opening tool around the phone clockwise until you reach the audio port.

  • Twist the opening tool until the plastic pops off from the body of the phone. This make require a small amount of force.

Remove the plastic covering completely from the body of the phone.
  • Remove the plastic covering completely from the body of the phone.

Using the plastic opening tool, carefully unclip the cable ribbon from the main logic board. Be sure not to tear it because the flex is very fragile. Remove the main logic board.
  • Using the plastic opening tool, carefully unclip the cable ribbon from the main logic board. Be sure not to tear it because the flex is very fragile.

  • Remove the main logic board.

After removing the main logic board, use the plastic opening tool to poke from the back and peel off the key pad cover.
  • After removing the main logic board, use the plastic opening tool to poke from the back and peel off the key pad cover.

Conclusion

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

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