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Old February 17th, 2011, 05:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default MyTouch 3G Slide Repair Guide

Hello,

We reciently got our hands on the MyTouch 3g Slide and made a quick repair guide for it. The guide goes through the basic disassembly process and repairs the touch screen and LCD screen. This guide is perfect for anyone about to repair their phone or anyone who just wants to see whats "under the hood."

You can view our guide here - HTC MyTouch 3G Slide

Please let us know if you have any questions or recommendations for improving the guide.

Hope it helps.

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Default How do you reassemble a taken apart mytouch 3g slide

I am trying to repair my old mytouch 3g slide, it became unresponsive over a year ago, but it was not under warranty as I bought the phone on eBay.
I was very hard on it, I dropped it in a puddle of water, and I dried it out, then I turned it on and it worked for a few months. Then one day the screen stopped working and the phone just buzzed once when I tried turning it on. I got a mytouch 4g from tmobile, but recently I decided that I wanted to repair my phone for a backup. Looking on the internet and finding this problem was present in a lot of mytouch slides, I traced it to the flex ribbon cable or the lcd screen, I have been watching many videos on how to take them apart, but nowhere have I seen a video / guide on putting it back together which worries me because reconnecting the flex cables (all of them) looks really tricky. Any help would be appreciated. I can easily take electronics apart, however I cannot always put them back together.
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Reassembly is quite simple in most cases, even like this MyTouch 3G Slide. Carefully watching the guide should provide you with all the information you may need to preform your repair.
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We also have a repair guide video for this device available. Simply visit RepairsUniverse (dot) com to view the video guide.
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