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BlackBerry Porsche design P'9981

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your BlackBerry porsche design P'9981, use our service manual.

turn off ur porsche design P'9981 turn off ur porsche design P'9981 turn off ur porsche design P'9981
  • turn off ur porsche design P'9981

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remove back cover ... then unscrew 6 screws remove back cover ... then unscrew 6 screws remove back cover ... then unscrew 6 screws
  • remove back cover ... then unscrew 6 screws

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remove the back plastic plate remove the back plastic plate remove the back plastic plate
  • remove the back plastic plate

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remove the keyboard Connector carefully remove the keyboard Connector carefully remove the keyboard Connector carefully
  • remove the keyboard Connector carefully

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remove the security clasp so u can pull out the screen's ribbon cable carefully remove the security clasp so u can pull out the screen's ribbon cable carefully remove the security clasp so u can pull out the screen's ribbon cable carefully
  • remove the security clasp so u can pull out the screen's ribbon cable carefully

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Deck the Halls
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carefully pull out the screen's ribbon cable carefully pull out the screen's ribbon cable carefully pull out the screen's ribbon cable
  • carefully pull out the screen's ribbon cable

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carefully remove the connector of screen keys ribbon cable carefully remove the connector of screen keys ribbon cable carefully remove the connector of screen keys ribbon cable
  • carefully remove the connector of screen keys ribbon cable

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carefully push the screen out from the back to the front carefully push the screen out from the back to the front carefully push the screen out from the back to the front
  • carefully push the screen out from the back to the front

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now the screen is out of the metal chassis insert your metal blade tool carefully between the screen's chassis and the on screen keys to remove it's panel insert your metal blade tool carefully between the screen's chassis and the on screen keys to remove it's panel
  • now the screen is out of the metal chassis

  • insert your metal blade tool carefully between the screen's chassis and the on screen keys to remove it's panel

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now the keys coming out now the keys coming out now the keys coming out
  • now the keys coming out

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insert your metal blade tool carefully to remove the plastic bottom piece insert your metal blade tool carefully to remove the plastic bottom piece insert your metal blade tool carefully to remove the plastic bottom piece
  • insert your metal blade tool carefully to remove the plastic bottom piece

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take it out .. don't worry its glued so u have to pull it out but (carefully) now remove the small ear piece now remove the small ear piece
  • take it out .. don't worry its glued so u have to pull it out but (carefully)

  • now remove the small ear piece

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now u have to remove the keyboard panel .. from left side insert your metal blade tool between the panel and the metal chassis .. so it can pull out now u have to remove the keyboard panel .. from left side insert your metal blade tool between the panel and the metal chassis .. so it can pull out now u have to remove the keyboard panel .. from left side insert your metal blade tool between the panel and the metal chassis .. so it can pull out
  • now u have to remove the keyboard panel .. from left side insert your metal blade tool between the panel and the metal chassis .. so it can pull out

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Finally you are Done Check the Full video of me on this link :https://youtu.be/_VCZsZ-u8vM Check the Full video of me on this link :https://youtu.be/_VCZsZ-u8vM

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Mostafa Mohammed

Member since: 09/18/2015

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Hello Mostafa,

Thanks for the clear teardown! If you would grade this phone on repairability, according to the iFixit's grading system, what grade would it be and why? (Device Reparability Scores)

Regards, Guus

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