HTC Phone Logic Boards
Replacement parts for your HTC Phone model to fix your broken phone!
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HTC One (M8) Replacement Battery
Replace a dead or damaged battery in an HTC One M8 smartphone.
HTC One (M9) Replacement Battery
Replace a dead or damaged battery in an HTC One M9 smartphone.
HTC One (M7) Replacement Battery
Replace a dead or damaged BN07100 battery in an HTC One M7 smartphone.
HTC One (M8) Camera Daughterboard
Replace the daughterboard circuit assembly for the HTC One (M8). Includes connectors for three cameras and the plastic amplifying chamber for the earpiece speaker.
HTC One X+ Replacement Battery
Replace a dead or malfunctioning battery for an HTC One X Plus smartphone.
HTC One (M9) SIM Card Bay
This part is the SIM card tray and flex cable connector to the motherboard for the HTC One M9 smartphone.
HTC One (M9) Rear Camera
Replace the 20 MP rear facing camera for the HTC One (M9) smartphone.
HTC One (M9) Earpiece Speaker
Replace a damaged or malfunctioning earpiece speaker for the HTC One M9 smartphone.
HTC One (M9) Volume Button Board
This part is the volume button board for the HTC One M9 smartphone. It contains the physical button contacts for volume control.
HTC U11 Life Screen
Replace a cracked or malfunctioning display. This part includes only the front glass digitizer screen and LCD display for the HTC U11 Life smartphone.
Since 2009, HTC has focused on designing phones based on the Android OS, moving away from the windows mobile platform that was previously utilized.
HTC phones can be difficult to identify, because HTC was an original design manufacturer for a long time. This means that HTC would design the phone, but it would be released and manufactured under the name of a different company. Recently, HTC has been releasing phones under the HTC logo and brand. These phones can be identified by the HTC logo printed on the faceplate of the device.