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
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.
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?
The HTC EVO 4G LTE is Sprint's version of the HTC One X. It comes with all the same specs, except for the processor, internal storage and radios (includes LTE). And aesthetics are also significantly different.
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