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Default LG G2 teardown iFixit

For all the DIY'rs and repair guys I used my G2 to make a teardown guide on iFixit its similar to the one i made for the Nitro HD (P930) its pretty simple with patience and steady hands to replace anything on it just take a look at the guide hope it helps sopmeone in the future.
http://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/LG+G2+Teardown/20485
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Why did you decide to start opening the back cover from the bottom right of the phone? Looking at guides for taking off the back cover on the Verizon/International version, everyone seems to start from the SIM tray slot. Is there something about the AT&T version that prevents opening the back cover from the tray? Based on your pictures, opening from the corner caused some cosmetic damage.
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Why did you decide to start opening the back cover from the bottom right of the phone? Looking at guides for taking off the back cover on the Verizon/International version, everyone seems to start from the SIM tray slot.
Thats where i tried to start but going in from there seemed to put stress on the plastic so trying to save its condition i poked around the seam until i found the corner was willing to come open with ease
 
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Overall it's a great guide, but a lot of the pictures are really blurry. No offense, but in a delicate breakdown, the pictures should have been crisp and clear.
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Overall it's a great guide, but a lot of the pictures are really blurry. No offense, but in a delicate breakdown, the pictures should have been crisp and clear.
Yea i was disappointed with the pics myself but i did it at 3am just not being able to sleep and used my sisters s3 for the pics holding tools, parts, and a phone are kinda difficult but i think it gets the point across if i was going to make a guide like the ifixit team i would have setup my nikon and removed all the emi shields and pointed out the chipsets and everything
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