Introduction

This is a step by step demonstration to disassembling the Sony Xperia S

Tools

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Remove the case (back cover)
    • Remove the case (back cover)

  2. Remove the screws in the indicated areas (Red Markings) with a screwdriver.
    • Remove the screws in the indicated areas (Red Markings) with a screwdriver.

  3. Then, detach the first bus (indicated with the red circle) to fully detach the case.
    • Then, detach the first bus (indicated with the red circle) to fully detach the case.

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  5. Then, you will see the battery, let's proceed to remove the battery.
    • Then, you will see the battery, let's proceed to remove the battery.

  6. To remove the battery, remove the two buses pointed out in red.
    • To remove the battery, remove the two buses pointed out in red.

  7. After removing the buses, we can remove the camera and the motherboard. Proceed to remove the motherboard.
    • After removing the buses, we can remove the camera and the motherboard. Proceed to remove the motherboard.

  8. Finally, after removing the motherboard, you have fully dismantled the phone.
    • Finally, after removing the motherboard, you have fully dismantled the phone.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow the instructions in reverse order

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sergiolisto95

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hi..my xperia s totally crashed..it is not working at all..is there any way to get the data from the sd card..!!??please help..if i disassembled it ..can i run the sd card on another device or something like that or any thing ..please help..:(

soma ana - Reply

Hi Soma Ana,

Assuming that your SD card has not been corrupted or anything, you can plug it into your computer or another device (though I would personally recommend you to look from your computer) and find your old files.

Henry Ko -

estoy en la misma situación, pudiste encontrar la sd?

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