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[GUIDE] Replacing your HTC Evo 3D Screen

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By rxc777, Senior Member on 12th July 2011, 09:58 PM
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GUIDE TO REPLACING HTC EVO 3D SCREEN
DISCLAIMER:DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK!!! I AM NOT LIABLE/ RESPONSIBLE FOR YOU BREAKING YOUR PHONE/ VOIDING YOUR WARRANTY!!! BY USING THIS GUIDE YOU ASUME ALL RESPONSIBILITY!!!

FIRST OF ALL THANKS FOR TAKING THE TIME TO LOOK AT THIS GUIDE (IM NOT A PROFESIONAL TECH STILL IN TRAINING =] )

YOU WILL NEED THE FOLLOWING TOOLS
1. T5 SCREWDRIVER
2. SMALL PHILLIPS SCREWDRIVER
3. SMALL FLATHEAD SCREWDRIVER
4. FLAT PLASTIC TOOL



OK SO LET’S GET STARTED:

1.TAKE OFF THE BATTERY COVER AND THE BATTERY.

2.TAKE OUT THE MICRO SD CARD.



3.REMOVE 4 T5 SCREWS AND 2 PHILLIPS SCREWS



4.USING PLASTIC TOOL DETACH THE BACK HOUSING



5.TAKE OUT THE 2 PHILLIPS HEAD SCREWS SHOWN



6.CAREFULLY PULL OUT EACH ONE OF THE TABS SHOWN AND DISCONNECT THE VIBRATORS CONECTOR.



7.CAREFULLY PULL THE BOTTOM TAB AS SHOWN.



8.DISCONECT THE ANTENNA CONECTOR.



9.HERES HOW IT LOOKS.






NOW USING YOUR NEW SCREEN FOLLOW EACH STEP BACKWARDS AND REMEMBER DO IT VERY CAREFULLY…

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS FEEL FREE TO PM ME ;D AND IF IT HELPED PLEASE HIT THE THANKS BUTTON =]

BTW ALL THE PICS WERE TAKEN WITH MY EVO 3D



THIS GUIDE WAS MADE BY ME FOR XDA!!!
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12th July 2011, 09:58 PM |#2  
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Thanks for the guide. Got it bookmarked now for safe keeping. Let's just pray no one ever needs to use it, lol.

Good luck everyone.
12th July 2011, 10:09 PM |#5  
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lol decided to post cuz i had to fix my screen XD
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Is it possible to realign tilted screens like this or would the mounts need to be modified ?
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12th July 2011, 10:29 PM |#7  
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BTW ALL THE PICS WERE TAKEN WITH MY EVO 3D

Am I the only one wondering when you're going to upload the 3D pictures for this walkthrough?

Or more importantly if we can get a 3D video walkthrough

By the way, great work! Sorry to hear you had to replace the screen already.
12th July 2011, 10:38 PM |#8  
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Am I the only one wondering when you're going to upload the 3D pictures for this walkthrough?

Or more importantly if we can get a 3D video walkthrough

By the way, great work! Sorry to hear you had to replace the screen already.

lol i shouldve taken a few 3D
12th July 2011, 11:00 PM |#9  
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Ide hate to do all this to find out the the is no play for adjustment
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Is it possible to realign tilted screens like this or would the mounts need to be modified ?
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13th July 2011, 12:11 AM |#10  
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Is it possible to realign tilted screens like this or would the mounts need to be modified ?
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I was thinking this same thing. I suspect you wouldn't have to rip it completely apart to do it: just down to the point where you get to the screws that hold the board with the LCD screen into the case. Loosen those 6 screws (wouldn't even have to take them out all the way) and then push the closest corner a little to realign and tighten. I suspect there's enough play to correct the alignment problem at least so that it would be better. Wouldn't have to move it but a fraction of a millimeter. Worth a try, and I'm hoping that you could just loosen the first few screws to do it and you wouldn't have to do all the unplugging, etc.

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Great but wrong place to post.

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