bichu

QTEK 9100 dissasembly?

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bichu    0

My LCD is broken and Ive managed to get a new lcd screen from Hong Kong. :D :D :)

The problem is that there is two screen generations and I need to open my 9100 to see which one is what I need. :) :D

Someone could send me instructions on how to dismount the wizard???

Thank u folks!! :D

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Srk    0

xda-developers.com has the service manual for the wizard on the ftp site but you will have to register for access.

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Srk    0

btw I opened my wizard up with out the manual or directions, its pretty straight forward but do it at your own risk....

and take it slowly!!!!

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squaletto78    0

:D :) im waiting for the new lcd, i hope then are going right after my riassembly.....

Sorry, but im an italian user, and my english is not so good

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squaletto78    0

So today ive assembly my new lcd, is working fine!!! But now i have a problem, is there a possiblity to setting the speaker volume (during a call) to max with software or a registry editor?

I dont no, but the left button is not going....it going up and down empty....i think during the dissasembly ive broken the the part of connection between the key and the card mother...I have not noticed it...

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aaho    0

The manual is nice but even in the manual they havent told how to replace broken touch screen. ;)

somebody help?!

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