Introduction

This replacement guide shows how to disassemble Huawei Nexus 6P camera and audio jack. While your Google Nexus 6P related parts get damaged, just follow this guide to DIY replace them by yourself.

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  • Remove SIM card tray.

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Image 1/3: Use hobby knife to open a gap and cut the fierce sticker underneath rear glass panel. Image 2/3: The back glass panel is easily shattered and the adhesive underneath is fierce. So be careful to pry this part. Image 3/3: The back glass panel is easily shattered and the adhesive underneath is fierce. So be careful to pry this part.
  • Heat up back glass panel.

  • Use hobby knife to open a gap and cut the fierce sticker underneath rear glass panel.

  • The back glass panel is easily shattered and the adhesive underneath is fierce. So be careful to pry this part.

Be careful around the camera. I managed to melt my camera lens getting pieces of a shattered glass panel off.

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Image 1/3: Use hobby knife to open a gap and insert guitar picks to cut adhesive underneath. Image 2/3: Use hobby knife to open a gap and insert guitar picks to cut adhesive underneath. Image 3/3: Use hobby knife to open a gap and insert guitar picks to cut adhesive underneath.
  • Heat up bottom plastic panel.

  • Use hobby knife to open a gap and insert guitar picks to cut adhesive underneath.

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Image 1/3: Insert guitar picks and plastic opening tool to separate front assembly from back cover. Image 2/3: Attention: These two parts fit tightly.It is very difficult to separate them. You can also try using heavy-duty suction cup to disassemble them. Image 3/3: Attention: These two parts fit tightly.It is very difficult to separate them. You can also try using heavy-duty suction cup to disassemble them.
  • Twist off 6 Phillips screws together.

  • Insert guitar picks and plastic opening tool to separate front assembly from back cover.

  • Attention: These two parts fit tightly.It is very difficult to separate them. You can also try using heavy-duty suction cup to disassemble them.

I was able to successfully use a suction cup towards the bottom of the device (near the USB-C plug) to get it open.

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Image 1/3: Remove metal bracket securing flex contactors. Image 2/3: Release 3 flex contactors and remove it . Image 3/3: Release 3 flex contactors and remove it .
  • Unscrew one Phillips screw.

  • Remove metal bracket securing flex contactors.

  • Release 3 flex contactors and remove it .

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Image 1/3: Remove metal bracket securing LCD contactor. Image 2/3: Release metal bracket securing front camera contactor and headphone jack contactor. Image 3/3: Release metal bracket securing front camera contactor and headphone jack contactor.
  • Twist off 5 Phillips screws together and release battery contactor.

  • Remove metal bracket securing LCD contactor.

  • Release metal bracket securing front camera contactor and headphone jack contactor.

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Image 1/3: Release LCD contactor. Image 2/3: Pry up and remove motherboard. Image 3/3: Pry up and remove motherboard.
  • Disconnect signal cable contactor.

  • Release LCD contactor.

  • Pry up and remove motherboard.

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  • Remove headphone jack and front camera.

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  • Release rear camera contactor, then remove it.

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Conclusion

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

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Does the headphone jack have a part number?

I can't find the replacement part anywhere online.

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Headphone jack part number 9-HU-2909

I am searching all over the www for headphone jack. It's listed at two stores for $9.99. But, no stock.

Headphone jacks for every other silly phone are available all over the internet for couple of $.

http://www.repairsuniverse.com/huawei-ne...

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