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  1. The back of the phone is held on with a combination of plastic clips and adhesive. The entry point is the speaker grille near the bottom of the phone. Be careful not to insert the opening tool directly downward to avoid damaging the speaker.
    • The back of the phone is held on with a combination of plastic clips and adhesive.

    • The entry point is the speaker grille near the bottom of the phone. Be careful not to insert the opening tool directly downward to avoid damaging the speaker.

    • Insert a plastic opening tool in the hole in the back of the phone as shown to lift the back cover.

    • Insert a guitar pick to keep the plastic cover lifted.

  2. Work a guitar pick or opening tool around the edges of the back panel to disengage all clips.
    • Work a guitar pick or opening tool around the edges of the back panel to disengage all clips.

    • There is adhesive around the edges of the back panel as well as around the camera.

    • The fingerprint sensor is attached to the back panel of the phone. Be careful not to rip the flex cable!

    • Insert the hook of a Halberd spudger into the small opening above the plastic part covering the fingerprint sensor and pry it off while covering it so it doesn't go flying away.

    • Disconnect the fingerprint sensor flex cable with the flat end of a Halberd spudger or an opening pick and set the back panel aside.

  3. Remove 10 black Philips screws (including one covered by a white sticker below the camera lens). Remove 12 silver Philips screws. Gently peel up the bottom half of the metal tape to reveal...
    • Remove 10 black Philips screws (including one covered by a white sticker below the camera lens).

    • Remove 12 silver Philips screws.

    • Gently peel up the bottom half of the metal tape to reveal...

    • Two more black Philips screws to remove.

  4. The midframe is held on by strong plastic clips around the edges of the phone. Insert an opening tool or pick as shown near the SIM card slot
    • The midframe is held on by strong plastic clips around the edges of the phone. Insert an opening tool or pick as shown near the SIM card slot

    • Ensure that all screws have been removed, then work your way around the edges of the phone.

    • Clips near the corners are particularly strong.

  5. Disconnect the battery flex cable.
    • Disconnect the battery flex cable.

    • The battery is held in by 3 vertical strips of adhesive. Use rubbing alcohol and/or heat to soften the adhesive.

    • If you are replacing the screen, skip this step and remove the battery last.

  6. These pictures show the battery still installed as it is easiest to remove the battery last.
    • These pictures show the battery still installed as it is easiest to remove the battery last.

    • Disconnect 6 flex cables from the mother- and daughter-board.

    • Disconnect the antenna cable and remove it from its channel on the frame.

  7. Remove one Philips screw from the charging port assembly.
    • Remove one Philips screw from the charging port assembly.

    • The circuit board is held in by two clips: a plastic clip on the left side and a metal clip on the right side.

    • To remove the circuit board, insert a plastic opening pick between the circuit board and the plastic clip, and gently bend the center of the circuit board upwards to disengage it.

    • Using an opening pick, gently detach the weak adhesive underneath the circuit board and remove.

  8. Remove two Philips screws on either side of the rear-facing camera.
    • Remove two Philips screws on either side of the rear-facing camera.

    • Like the charging port assembly, the motherboard is held in with clips as well. Use the same process to remove the motherboard.

    • The front and rear cameras are adhered to the frame and connected to the motherboard with flex cables. As you lift the motherboard, check underneath and disconnect the cameras from the motherboard with the flat end of a Halberd spudger if necessary.

  9. The battery is held in with 3 vertical strips of adhesive.
    • The battery is held in with 3 vertical strips of adhesive.

    • Use heat and/or rubbing alcohol to soften the adhesive, then use opening picks to remove the battery.

  10. Compare the broken and the replacement part and transfer over all missing parts.
    • Compare the broken and the replacement part and transfer over all missing parts.

    • For example, this part needed the volume/power button flex cable and the ribbon cable connecting the charging port assembly transferred.

Conclusie

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Patrick

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Hi do you have a guide for the TCL Revvl charging port ? How hard is it to replace the port on on?

jac02874 - Antwoord

The charging port assembly is removed in step 7. Simply follow the guide to step 7, replace the charging port assembly, then reassemble the phone.

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