Introduction

This is the full teardown of Digia, Qt (Formally Trolltech) Linux based phone.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Trolltech Greenphone, use our service manual.

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  • here is the Qtopia green phone.

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  • first, remove the mini-SD card from the side of the phone.

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Image 1/3: Unlocking the switch for the battery cover is a little difficult. Image 2/3: Unlocking the switch for the battery cover is a little difficult. Image 3/3: Unlocking the switch for the battery cover is a little difficult.
  • then, remove the battery from the phone

  • Unlocking the switch for the battery cover is a little difficult.

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  • when the battery is removed, remove the pencil from the device

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Image 1/3: the 2e pikture show how to place the slotted pan head screwdriver Image 2/3: to unlock them you have to turn the screwdriver around its own axe. Image 3/3: when you unlocked both, go with an ipod opening tool around the 3 other sides to unlock  several other plastic clips, wich shold be easy to do
  • this picture shows the two black plastic clips wich you want du unlock if you would like to reach deeper into the interiors of this phone.

  • the 2e pikture show how to place the slotted pan head screwdriver

  • to unlock them you have to turn the screwdriver around its own axe.

  • when you unlocked both, go with an ipod opening tool around the 3 other sides to unlock several other plastic clips, wich shold be easy to do

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Image 1/1: there is one seperate little silver plastic switch for the camera lense.
  • now your phone should look like this.

  • there is one seperate little silver plastic switch for the camera lense.

  • don't lose that

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Image 1/3: the both on the upper part Image 2/3: and at the both at the bottom part Image 3/3: and see them lie next to the device
  • now remove the only 4 screws in this froggy device.

  • the both on the upper part

  • and at the both at the bottom part

  • and see them lie next to the device

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Image 1/3: be careful, the front is fragile Image 2/3: as you are gone around its sides, you can simply disassemble the front panel without disconnecting anything. Image 3/3: as you are gone around its sides, you can simply disassemble the front panel without disconnecting anything.
  • now insert an ipod opening tool between the (green) front and the black stripe in the center of the phone

  • be careful, the front is fragile

  • as you are gone around its sides, you can simply disassemble the front panel without disconnecting anything.

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Image 1/2: its easy to remove the speaker/antenna and some plastic parts from the back panel Image 2/2: the camera is glued on the board, but connected with an usual camera connector.
  • now you are able to put the mainboard (the one and only), display and buttons (it appears that this is one huge part) and the black back/mid frame from each other

  • its easy to remove the speaker/antenna and some plastic parts from the back panel

  • the camera is glued on the board, but connected with an usual camera connector.

  • all EMI shields are brazed onto the bord.

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Image 1/1: fancy phone this is!
  • this was the whole thing. thank you for reading this far.

  • fancy phone this is!

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