Introduction

This is only a simple teardown to take out all components that can be easily switched out.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your HTC Evo 3D, use our service manual.

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  • First things first, Remove the back cover, battery and SD card.

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Image 1/1: Then remove the two Phillips screws.
  • Remove the four 5-point pentalobe screws.

  • Then remove the two Phillips screws.

  • *Very sorry for dark image*

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Image 1/1: Begin from the bottom were the battery bay is, It is the easiest way.
  • Once the screws are all out from the exterior back case, Begin separating the front housing from the back by using a spudger or any similar tool.

    • Begin from the bottom were the battery bay is, It is the easiest way.

  • Be careful of ribbons behind the plastic

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  • Once separated begin to remove the LED board. Apply only light upward force and it will detach itself.

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Image 1/2: Start unlocking the clips holding the ribbons. pull the white tab up to unlock. Image 2/2: Example: bottom left is unlocked, bottom right is locked. upper left has bin finished and removed.
  • Vibrator come's out easy, Just grab it by the wire and give it a little tug and it should come out.

  • Start unlocking the clips holding the ribbons. pull the white tab up to unlock.

    • Example: bottom left is unlocked, bottom right is locked. upper left has bin finished and removed.

  • Tuck the ribbons in without bending or making tears in them.

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Image 1/1: Flip both tab locks holding the ribbons and they will slide out vary easily, Don't force it.
  • Behind the main board is two more ribbon's.

    • Flip both tab locks holding the ribbons and they will slide out vary easily, Don't force it.

  • Wifi/cellular antena port, Lift up cord head directly to remove and press straight down centered to put back on.

  • As a side note, the grey tape on the back side of the board was covering the clips so i cut a small section for this guide.

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  • This concludes the (simple) teardown of the Evo 3D.

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