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Huawei Ascend G7 is not difficult to take apart, but some parts are glued and need attention

  1. Under the top frame there are 3 screws. The frame is glued. Heat without exaggerating the frame and lever to disengage. Under the top frame there are 3 screws. The frame is glued. Heat without exaggerating the frame and lever to disengage. Under the top frame there are 3 screws. The frame is glued. Heat without exaggerating the frame and lever to disengage.
    • Under the top frame there are 3 screws. The frame is glued. Heat without exaggerating the frame and lever to disengage.

  2. Remove the 3 screws
    • Remove the 3 screws

  3. Under the Lower frame there are three screws. The frame is glued. Heat without exaggerating the frame and lever to disengage. This is the same as removing as removing the upper frame casing This is the same as removing as removing the upper frame casing
    • Under the Lower frame there are three screws. The frame is glued. Heat without exaggerating the frame and lever to disengage.

    • This is the same as removing as removing the upper frame casing

  4. Removing the 3 screws
    • Removing the 3 screws

  5. Remove the door of Sim
    • Remove the door of Sim

    • Remove the cover of the SD Card.

  6. Use a prying tool to pry the display away from the back case. Be careful not to lose the volume buttons and the power button. Be careful not to lose the volume buttons and the power button.
    • Use a prying tool to pry the display away from the back case.

    • Be careful not to lose the volume buttons and the power button.

  7. The disassembled smartphone with the aluminum back removed
    • The disassembled smartphone with the aluminum back removed

  8. Disconnect the battery connector. If The battery is stuck, remove it very carefully.
    • Disconnect the battery connector.

    • If The battery is stuck, remove it very carefully.

  9. Disconnect the video connector gently. Disconnect the video connector gently.
    • Disconnect the video connector gently.

  10. Gently unplug the headphone connector.
    • Gently unplug the headphone connector.

  11. Remove the screw at the bottom. Remove the screw at the bottom.
    • Remove the screw at the bottom.

  12. Remove screw from the top Remove screw from the top
    • Remove screw from the top

  13. Remove the screw next to the video connector. Your almost to the finish line! Just 3 more steps to go.
    • Remove the screw next to the video connector.

    • Your almost to the finish line! Just 3 more steps to go.

  14. Gently rotate outside the motherboard, making sure not to break the little indicated connector
    • Gently rotate outside the motherboard, making sure not to break the little indicated connector

  15. If your new display assembly comes with this ribbon cable already installed, disconnect the old one now. If not, separate this part from the old display and transfer it to the new one.
    • If your new display assembly comes with this ribbon cable already installed, disconnect the old one now.

    • If not, separate this part from the old display and transfer it to the new one.

  16. Heat the front. Using a plastic tool to separate the lock display / touch screen from the main body.
    • Heat the front.

    • Using a plastic tool to separate the lock display / touch screen from the main body.

  17. You have completed the repair.
    • You have completed the repair.

结论

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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mnemcf95 - 回复

Hi , thanks this info is great . My G7 has a broken touch screen but works fine . I have seen replacement screens and units which include the digiboard ? So do I need to still remove the pcb or just the frame to get to the edge of the touch screen ? is it easy to replace the touch sreen alone ? look forward to your reply . Regards Carl.

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