Tools Featured in this Teardown

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.

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  • 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.

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Image 1/3: Notice the 4 Philips screw-heads in each of the four corners. Those need to go off. Image 2/3: After unscrewing, you might notice that the cover doesn't easily go off. Four clips are holding the back cover onto the front cover. Image 3/3: Use a Spudger and unclip the sides of the cover. It shouldn't put up much resistance
  • 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.

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Image 1/3: After removing the screw from the shield, it can be lifted from the board easily, revealing another board beneath it. Image 2/3: After removing the screw from the shield, it can be lifted from the board easily, revealing another board beneath it. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: Pull the board gently and you'll notice it comes out rather fast. Image 2/3: Pull the board gently and you'll notice it comes out rather fast. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: 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) Image 2/3: On the case we encounter the microphone (lowest part of the phone case), the loudspeaker (the highest part of the phone case) Image 3/3: 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.

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