Parts

No parts required.

  1. Make sure the lock switch for the back cover is unlocked.
    • Make sure the lock switch for the back cover is unlocked.

      • The cover is unlocked when the switch is slid in the direction of the 'unlock' icon.

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  2. Remove back cover by prying away from the Thrive.
    • Remove back cover by prying away from the Thrive.

      • The easiest place to pry from is one of the two speakers.

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    • To remove the battery, make sure the lock switch is in the unlocked position.

      • The battery is unlocked when the switch is slid to the unlocked position.

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    • Slide the battery switch release to the right.

      • While holding the switch in place, lift up the battery.

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    • Start by using a screwdriver to remove the 12 screws holding on the back cover. The screws are 5mm in length and require a PH0 screwdriver.

      • All of these screws are identical so don't worry about getting them mixed up.

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    • Start to gently pry the back of the device off, while leaving it loosely in place.

      • Be careful not to tear or damage the cables when removing the back.

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    • Once the back of the case is off, disconnect the wires by gently pulling on the plastic tabs as shown.

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    • Carefully open the device like a book and lay the two halves beside each other.

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    • Separate the two halves of your Thrive

    • Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the six screws holding the LCD in place. These screws are 3mm in length and require a PH0 screwdriver.

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    Well I separated the halves but I don't know how to reconnect it. I don't really know how i got it separated.

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    • With a spudger, disconnect the cable connecting the camera to the motherboard.

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    • Lift up the LCD from the screen and place it on the side

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    • Remove the one screw holding the camera in place. The screw is 3mm in length and requires a PH0 screwdriver.

    • Lift up the camera from the screen.

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Conclusion

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

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Indicate which tools are needed at the top of each guide.

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