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[Tutorial] Arc/ Arc S Cover exchange.

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27th July 2012, 10:03 PM   |  #1  
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Today I changed the cover of my S Arc. If everything is wonderful. Some tricky passages are but did not take longer than 30 minutes.


Hope the instructions are easy to understand, because my english is bad




1.

six screws (four Torx, two cross) solve. Back cover away from the frame, to use a pick or sharpened credit cards. Left, right and down the latches loosen with a pick, remove the back cover then simply

2.

Remove all peripherals (camera, Vibi and sensors, antenna cable, DisplayPort connector, touch screen connector, flex connector). Carefully arrange with your fingernail.

3.

Remove print. Pry with a little leverage from the Micro-USB connector her out.

4.

Navi-board removed. Solve the double-sided adhesive with a plectrum in Naviboard. Be careful when introducing a pick, that no parts are damaged by the board. Then-board navigation system, together with double sided adhesive removed. In the camera switch is a barb, these purely press lightly with tweezers first, and then remove the camera switches to the whole Flex.

5.

Display / touch screen front part. Gently (really gently) push plectrum between the front and display (not more than 2mm to 5mm, otherwise the display and touch separately). A drive around it once or twice to dissolve the glue. Then try to remove the display / touch screen from below (with my forth below by the Navi key, not the reverse). Watch out for the flex and connectors, so they are not damaged. In separate action all over the screen or there will never touch the spots and shadows on the display.





Original: http://www.pocketpc.ch/sony-ericsson...anleitung.html

Thanks to Obertoni from pocketpc.ch



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27th July 2012, 10:05 PM   |  #2  
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Some images would have been nice.
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Quote:
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Some images would have been nice.

Okay you get some!
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Come on...
you took this from "Obertoni" on pocketpc.ch. Without Creditz.:@

U only translated it, and you did it bad!

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isnt this too dangerous?
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Hi guys

Can you help me please I need exact size of trox screws in SE arc S . Thanks for your cooperation
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thanks man for the guide! really helpful!
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nice guide with pictures. ill change my xperia arc cover these days
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But after how do you put display into new cover?? Do you need glue?

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