Tools Featured in this Teardown

Introduction

In this guide we will walk you through taking apart the phone piece by piece, while giving tips and advice on how to take apart the phone and techniques.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Nokia N900, use our service manual.

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  • First flip the phone so the back is up.

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  • Then locate the slit on the side of the phone so that you can remove the back cover

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  • remove the battery

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  • Use a screw driver to unscrew all six screws in the back of the phone the 26 Bit Driver kit available through iFixit has the necessary bits.

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  • Now that all six screws have been taken out you can now pull the phone apart gently into two pieces

Be aware when doing this step as the LCD flat-flex cable is still connected to the mainboard, disconnect the cable first before pulling it apart!

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  • Now you should be able to split the phone in two.

  • The screen half

  • The back of the phone

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  • Remove the qwerty key mat. It will come right off.

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  • Now this half of your phone will be in three pieces.

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  • You can use the blue opening tool to pry out the green motherboard.

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  • Now there will be two pieces that look this.

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  • Here is a closer look at the motherboard.

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  • Now on the back of the touchscreen half of the phone use the screw driver to take out all six screws.

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Image 1/1: You will need to take the screw driver and unscrew all six screws in the back of the touchscreen.
  • Now that we have taken the whole back apart. We will tear down the touch screen.

  • You will need to take the screw driver and unscrew all six screws in the back of the touchscreen.

    • Six screws

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  • You should now have two pieces

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Image 1/1: I would advise taking one side off at a time
  • Now that you have removed the touch screen from the keyboard slider you can remove the cover of the screen by using the plastic blue opening tools.

  • I would advise taking one side off at a time

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  • Now the screen and one more cover will come right off and you have officially completed tearing down the nokia n900

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Juan Haro

Member since: 03/13/2014

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Looks like the LCD flex cable ripped off on this teardown, ouch!

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