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Introduction

Chip view not available due to low quality photos. I'll get on that asap.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Hyundai H-150, use our service manual.

We'll start with a preview of the phone. Front, back and side view are shown here. We'll start with a preview of the phone. Front, back and side view are shown here. We'll start with a preview of the phone. Front, back and side view are shown here.
  • We'll start with a preview of the phone. Front, back and side view are shown here.

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The battery is removed easily. Just pull down the part from the back and the battery goes out. The battery is removed easily. Just pull down the part from the back and the battery goes out. The battery is removed easily. Just pull down the part from the back and the battery goes out.
  • The battery is removed easily. Just pull down the part from the back and the battery goes out.

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After the battery is out, we're presented with a plastic cover with all the phone's information (Model No., Serial No etc) Notice the 4 Philips screw-heads in each of the four corners. Those need to go off. After unscrewing, you might notice that the cover doesn't easily go off. Four clips are holding the back cover onto the front cover.
  • After the battery is out, we're presented with a plastic cover with all the phone's information (Model No., Serial No etc)

  • Notice the 4 Philips screw-heads in each of the four corners. Those need to go off.

  • After unscrewing, you might notice that the cover doesn't easily go off. Four clips are holding the back cover onto the front cover.

  • Use a Spudger and unclip the sides of the cover. It shouldn't put up much resistance

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Once the back cover is off, one can see the motherboard and a strange metal part on the top of the phone. This serves as an antenna booster, but also to protect the board. Once the back cover is off, one can see the motherboard and a strange metal part on the top of the phone. This serves as an antenna booster, but also to protect the board. Once the back cover is off, one can see the motherboard and a strange metal part on the top of the phone. This serves as an antenna booster, but also to protect the board.
  • Once the back cover is off, one can see the motherboard and a strange metal part on the top of the phone. This serves as an antenna booster, but also to protect the board.

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See that hole in the shield? That Has a screw in it. And yes, it needs to leave. After removing the screw from the shield, it can be lifted from the board easily, revealing another board beneath it. After removing the screw from the shield, it can be lifted from the board easily, revealing another board beneath it.
  • See that hole in the shield? That Has a screw in it. And yes, it needs to leave.

  • After removing the screw from the shield, it can be lifted from the board easily, revealing another board beneath it.

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It seems that this secondary board is held onto the main board by a board connector. Pull the board gently and you'll notice it comes out rather fast. Pull the board gently and you'll notice it comes out rather fast.
  • It seems that this secondary board is held onto the main board by a board connector.

  • Pull the board gently and you'll notice it comes out rather fast.

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By this stage, the board simply comes out of the front body, exposing the keyboard and its associated membrane. On the board we encounter the ringer(upper left), the headphone/handsfree input(under the ringer) and the LCD (which is sadly sticked on the board, as is the keypad membrane) On the case we encounter the microphone (lowest part of the phone case), the loudspeaker (the highest part of the phone case)
  • By this stage, the board simply comes out of the front body, exposing the keyboard and its associated membrane.

  • On the board we encounter the ringer(upper left), the headphone/handsfree input(under the ringer) and the LCD (which is sadly sticked on the board, as is the keypad membrane)

  • On the case we encounter the microphone (lowest part of the phone case), the loudspeaker (the highest part of the phone case)

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That concludes the teardown for now. That concludes the teardown for now.
  • That concludes the teardown for now.

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