HTC Radar 4G Take Apart Repair Guide

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The RepairsUniverse team has compiled this detailed take apart repair guide to show how to disassemble the HTC Radar 4G phone quickly and safely. Repair a damaged screen or other internal parts using this step by step repair guides.

This guide will help you install the following HTC Radar 4G parts:

Tools Required:

HTC Radar 4G Screen Repair Take Apart Guide:

  • First, remove the lower back cover by simply apply pressure down and away from the device.
  • There will be four (4) Torx T5 screws that will need to be removed, as shown in Figure 1.
  • Gently pry the inner back cover from the device using a safe open pry tool.
  • With the inner back cover removed, you will now have access to two (2) more torx screws and one (1) flex cable. Release the back side of the jaw clip and remove the small flex cable.

Radar Figure 1

  • The back housing can now be gently pried away from the rest of the device. Use a safe open pry tool to assist with this process.
  • With the back cover removed, you can now remove the battery.
  • Remove the five (5) T5 screws as shown in Figure 2. Remove the lower bar that the two lower screws were holding in place. The top cover can also be released using a safe open pry tool.
  • Release the two (2) wire connections on the motherboard and the two (2) pop connectors from the motherboard flex cable. The button flex will also have to be released from the housing as shown in Figure 2.

Radar Figure 2

  • The motherboard can now be gently folded down and the last jaw connector can be released. The motherboard can now be removed.
  • The upper board will also need to be removed. It will be lightly clipped into place.
  • The screen assembly now needs to be separated.
  • You can now heat the front of the touch screen using a heat gun or hair dryer on medium hate. Use quick movements around the outside edges for about 45-60 seconds. Now, using a safe open pry tool, pry between the front housing and touch screen to release the adhesive holding it in place. Reheat the touch screen if necessary.
  • The touch screen flex cable will need to be fed through the housing, so be careful of damaging this when separating the screens. The LCD screen will just need to be pried out using a safe open pry tool.

Simply replace the damaged parts with the new ones and reverse the order to put your phone back together again.

Applying Adhesive to the Touch Screen Digitizer:

Simply replace the damaged parts with the new ones and reverse the order to put your phone back together again.

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