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Old April 23rd, 2012, 01:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default HTC One X Teardown

Though it's not the LTEvo, I think it's safe to assume we can pretty much expect the same internal layout as the One X. A new teardown for those that like that kind of thing:

HTC One X gets teardown, battery unsurprisingly dominates -- Engadget


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Yep, saw this, but we need something more satisfying with specific chips called out.
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Yeah, unfortunately, they didn't go the next step and take the heat sink/EM shroud off
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Tech Republic has a tiny bit more of an in depth study of the One X internals
HTC One X teardown | TechRepublic

Cracking Open the HTC One X | TechRepublic

Looked at the Titan II teardown as well while I was there

---Edit---
Tech Republic followed up with Evo 4G LTE teardowns.
I thought these had been posted somewhere around here already but it appears they never made it into this thread.

Evo 4G LTE teardown... | Tech Republic

Cracking Open the HTC EVO 4G LTE | Tech Republic
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Found this on youtube and wanted to share!


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Wow, battery isn't that difficult to get at. You could actually put a freshy/aftermarket in after 12 - 18 mos if original was getting tired.
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Looks like you could get a bigger battery in there if they supplied a matching replacement frame.
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bigger battery? i would be concerned about additional heat generated from a bigger battery in that thin tiny phone. my opinion.
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The aluminum case may be acting as a heat sink, not sure though.
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There is a new, slightly better quality, video teardown on Youtube. Nothing new or different here, simply posted for reference

HTC Evo LTE tear down - YouTube
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Default Evo 4G lte replacement parts

So while browsing the Internet on my evo I stumbled upon this website.. Looks like they have every part anyone would need to repair their evo.. Down to the nitty gritty. I know most of us are under warranty or whatnot but hey you never know if you wanna replace a scratched back cover or maybe a kickstand breaks or something simple you think you can handle without taking it to the store. Checkout the teardown vids on YouTube.. Some things are easier to replace than you may think. :-) i will add that at this time many of the items are listed as out of stock but thats probably due to how new our phone is

http://www.************.com/htc/android-models/htc-evo-4g-lte.html

This teardown is by the same company an is by far the most thorough I have seen.. Check it out! I had a piece of dust under my camera that I thought was gonna be there forever.. Not any more!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SpeT5Stmf2I&feature=youtube_gdata_player
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And where the battery disconnects for user servicing - ours is better.
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The photos from the Evo 4G LTE FCC filing were recently 'declassified' and are available for viewing now on the FCC webpage. My mental note for the time being up was on October 8, turned out it was September 8

It is fun to see the pre-production differences compared to the retail version. Diffferent logos, different logo locations, red dust shield under the removable door, 2 batteries, display screen they tested is identified as a 'Sony' part, some other part numbers and brands, Hearing Aid Compatibility Test Set up, etc.

Enjoy!

https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/ViewExhibitReport.cfm?mode=Exhibits&RequestTimeout =500&calledFromFrame=N&application_id=938318&fcc_i d=
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Default Replace Digitizer and/or LCD?

My Have a cracked digitizer glass, the LCD looks fine. In some YT video instruction comments, some say you have to replace the LCD as well since it will break upon separation.

I already have the replacement HTC branded digitizer. (It doesnt even feel like glass, but plastic. Isn't this Gorilla Glass 2 supposed to be tough?)

What has your experience been like?

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My Have a cracked digitizer glass, the LCD looks fine. In some YT video instruction comments, some say you have to replace the LCD as well since it will break upon separation.

I already have the replacement HTC branded digitizer. (It doesnt even feel like glass, but plastic. Isn't this Gorilla Glass 2 supposed to be tough?)

What has your experience been like?

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Default LCD Connector issue.

Hello, I have an Evo 4G LTE, it's about a year old. The problem was my LCD screen; it had one day turned off, then upon charging and powering on, gave a me screen full of what I'd like to call "pixelated rainbow static" I had taken it to Sprint and they had told me (two different locations) that there was corrosion, so therefore water damage. The phone has never been in or around water, but I did not have $150 to pay the insurance for a brand new phone. I opened her up and found everything to be in order except one missing transistor for the LCD flex cable (with the mic on it). I ordered a new one and just installed it, only to turn on my phone and get the same pixelated fuzz. Among jiggling part around I've realized the problem is the small cable that comes out of the LCD into the flex cable, not the flex cable itself. Any way I could replace this small cable without having to buy a new LCD, or even take the LCD out of the housing without causing damage to the LCD?
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So this happened 2 days before New Years. GF and I got into an argument and she toko my phone and threw it against a wall. The glass on the phone screen isnt cracked but half my phone vertically is black and other half is still viewable. I would like to get the replacement part off ebay but I dont know which to get. LCD or Digitizer?

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LCD, but I'd advise that you save yourself some money and pay a repair shop to do it.

There are too many posts here along the lines of "I replaced my screen,now xxx doesn't work. How can I fix it?" Working on a cellphone isn't like cutting firewood. One tny slip and it can cost almost as much as a new phone to fix the damage.

I owned a repair shop. I hired people wth experience in repairing ,icroelectronic devices. And I still had them practice on parted phones (phones so bad that we just kept them to steal parts from) to learn things like replacing screens. These phones aren't like an old Nokia, where te screen just drops in. You have to take things apart - without breaking anything. That means knowing that, n this phone you can lift the screen up 3 inches to unplug the cable, but in that phone you have only 1/8" play, and you unplug the cable with very thin curved needle-nosed pliers, or you'll rip the connector off the motherboard and have to replace the whole board.

If you insist, it's the screen (the LCD, including the backlight), but I really advise against DIY in this case.

(I'd also advise cooling the relationship off a bit until after she successfully completes an anger management course. This time it was a wall. Next time it could be something more important to you.)
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Default Battery on a used device?

I'm considering picking up a used LTEVO on ebay. One of my concerns, however, is having no idea what the battery was subjected to before me since I can't replace it.

Has anyone ever had to physically open up the case and replace the battery? Can it be done?

Do you regret not being able to swap it easily (or at all)? On a new device I'd be ok with it knowing it'll last me as least 2 years of use and abuse, but I'm hesitant to jump into a used one at this point.
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I'm considering picking up a used LTEVO on ebay. One of my concerns, however, is having no idea what the battery was subjected to before me since I can't replace it.

Has anyone ever had to physically open up the case and replace the battery? Can it be done?
Of course. Can it be done by the average user without risking damaging something? I wouldn't recommend it. But a shop can open the case and solder in a new battery in a few minutes. Doing it to a waterproof Nextel is a bit more difficult, but I've opened more than my fair share of them too. (Sealed against the "storm of the century", but the battery was user-replaceable.)

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Use, yes. Abuse? Depending on the type and amount of abuse, that could be as little as 5 or 6 months. And I'm not talking about dropping, stepping on it, getting it wet - just discharging it almost all the way almost all the time, using a battery that came off the shelf 10 months ago without conditioning it first, that sort of thing.

A used one? If it was one of mine,and you continued to treat it the way I treat mine, you'd junk the phone while the battery was still good. (Who wants a crappy phone with only 5 GB of RAM and 200GB of internal storage and only 10 cores in the CPU?) But if it's really been mistreated, it could die in a week. (I found one of my V551 batteries in a box in the garage about a week ago, leaking all over the place, just about totally shot. It's been in one of two garages, through all kinds of weather, for the past 5 or 6 years. But the other 2 are still like brand new - they've been taken care of properly.)
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No soldering required on the battery for the LTEvo, and more serviceable than the other One X models.
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Absolutely the battery can be replaced. Such as with an iFruit device that has an embedded power source.

When this phone was the flagship, there were videos on vimeo and YouTube showing how to replace the battery.

This thread shows and gives an idea of what to expect.

I'd also wonder if the phone has/shows any signs of water damage as well.

Helpful reading :

Battery discussions, maintaining battery life

Not happy with the location of the charge/USB port and the non-removable battery
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No soldering required on the battery for the LTEvo, and more serviceable than the other One X models.
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Absolutely the battery can be replaced. Such as with an iFruit device that has an embedded power source.

When this phone was the flagship, there were videos on vimeo and YouTube showing how to replace the battery.

This thread shows and gives an idea of what to expect.
Very cool. Does anyone have a link to one of those videos? I'm curious. Has anyone had to do it yet here?

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Water damage is something to be concerned about no matter what handset I go with.
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Guide for repairing the HTC EVO 4G LTE - YouTube

http://youtu.be/LiKpHr8RLBs

just for Grits and shins.

but go to youtube and search "evo 4g lte battery replacement" and boom! done.
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Guide for repairing the HTC EVO 4G LTE - YouTube

Evo 4G LTE Teardown (Evo One X) - YouTube

just for Grits and shins.

but go to youtube and search "evo 4g lte battery replacement" and boom! done.
I see a lot of tear down videos which include the battery as part of the tear down, but its interesting that I don't see a single video on just replacing the battery. I'm guessing the reason probably is that most people simply haven't had to do it.

I did find an Amazon listing for a supposed "OEM" battery for the device, but the reviews say its a fake and capacity seems to be about the same as a used battery (not as much as a new one). I guess there hasn't been much of a market in changing the battery on these things!
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there used to be back when this phone was a star. ;P but its so far left in the dust now not many people are interested in it.

look in the accessory thread here and i think you may find talk of batteries for this thing. i know it was a big deal for some people when this phone came with a "non replaceable" battery, as most android users were used to user replaceable batteries.

i think if you look on fleabay you may find some japanese or chinese sellers (look at the ratings!) who carry these batteries as well.

but from what i have seen and read over the internet, the battery in this phone is not at all difficult to replace..
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look in the accessory thread here and i think you may find talk of batteries for this thing. i know it was a big deal for some people when this phone came with a "non replaceable" battery, as most android users were used to user replaceable batteries.
Right- In theory, I'd say there would be MORE interest in it now that the phone is getting older versus when it was new (why replace a brand new battery?), however I understand this isn't the case if folks jumped ship for the ONE or another device before it got to that point. Ultimately, that's what I'm afraid of- perhaps the built-in battery was some sort of planned obsolescence from HTC, intending the phone to only last as long as it needed to until the next upgrade!

I'm just in this predicament where I can't use phone upgrades anymore (Switched to a framily plan, no contract), and word on the street is that Sprint will stop subsidizing phones later this year, following T-mobile's path of separating the phone price from the plan price. Phones might need to start lasting longer.

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but from what i have seen and read over the internet, the battery in this phone is not at all difficult to replace..
True enough. Providing that batteries can be found to replace them with!
Ebay shows some promise.
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Half those Amazon comments were positive and just days apart, so they may have more than one lot.

If you don't find something elsewhere, see what the return policy is, maybe.

Btw, this may interest you -

http://www.etrade(remove)supply.com/htc-evo-4g-lte-battery-2000mah.html

Take the remove out.
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