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By grant2, Member on 18th January 2013, 05:49 AM
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13th February 2013, 01:53 AM |#21  
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Grant2, Did they successfully go back together and work again?
 
 
13th February 2013, 08:27 PM |#22  
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Grant2, Did they successfully go back together and work again?

yes both phones are fully functional.
21st February 2013, 07:26 AM |#23  
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YES the display appears to be plastic-welded to the bezel! There is no obvious way to separate them. (see pics in main post)

I cannot determine if the glass is fused with display or not.

If the outer glass (digitizer), not the display itself, is broken, do you think a replacement of just the outer glass is possible? Or are you not able to remove just the outer glass? I know you said you weren't sure, but I thought I'd check anyways.

I found a replacement outer glass replacement for about $40 that I was considering buying, otherwise a full screen and digitizer assembly about $220...

[Outer Glass]
[Full Assembly]

I have a diagonal crack on the bottom left corner of my phone from a fluke drop of my phone landing.... It landed face down and a small pebble caught the inner bottom left corner of the screen when it landed and caused a fairly clean crack.
21st February 2013, 09:28 AM |#24  
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If the outer glass (digitizer), not the display itself, is broken, do you think a replacement of just the outer glass is possible? Or are you not able to remove just the outer glass? I know you said you weren't sure, but I thought I'd check anyways.

The screen appears to be welded or glued to the plastic frame. Without removing the screen from the frame it's impossible to know if the glass can be separated from the screen.

Have a look at the pictures in the first post, you'll see examples of what I think is holding the screen to the frame. If you recognize the bonding method then you may know how to deal with it.
23rd February 2013, 12:11 AM |#25  
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The screen appears to be welded or glued to the plastic frame. Without removing the screen from the frame it's impossible to know if the glass can be separated from the screen.

Have a look at the pictures in the first post, you'll see examples of what I think is holding the screen to the frame. If you recognize the bonding method then you may know how to deal with it.

Moto will replace broken glass for $100.
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2nd March 2013, 07:52 PM |#27  
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Re: Razr HD & Razr HD MAXX Teardown
The EV40 fits in the "normal" razr no maxx ?
3rd March 2013, 04:53 AM |#28  
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I don't think there is room for something about as thick as a credit card. The case can flex a bit, but only in the middle, so anything thicker than a credit card would have to be a decent amount smaller than the battery tray (which is 105mm x 58mm) for the flexing to give more room.

Since the battery case for the xt926 maxx is available, if you have the non-maxx you could purchase the maxx cover, and gain the extra 2mm for the inductive charger.
3rd March 2013, 07:34 AM |#29  
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The EV40 fits in the "normal" razr no maxx ?

No it won't; more details in this post

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Since the battery case for the xt926 maxx is available, if you have the non-maxx you could purchase the maxx cover, and gain the extra 2mm for the inductive charger.

WHERE can someone buy the MAXX battery case? that is the missing piece for converting non-maxxes.
5th March 2013, 12:55 AM |#30  
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Since the battery case for the xt926 maxx is available, if you have the non-maxx you could purchase the maxx cover, and gain the extra 2mm for the inductive charger.

Where can you purchase the Maxx cover I cant find it anywhere??
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