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Disassemble the HTC Breeze - Mteot

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I kind of have a problem with my Mteor (same as the Breeze as I found out) : After a while I lost the little rubber thing on the joystick of my phone.

Luck had it, the thing showed up a few days later sitcking on the dash of my car.

At that time, I felt compelled to superglue that little gizmo back in place :) . Doig so, a bit of superglue spilled through the joystick (that thing has kind of a "tunnel" that leads all the way to the mechanics of the keyboard) hence making the operation of the joystick a tad bit difficult and unreliable :P .

Now I'm looking for a guide to disassemble the phone in order to remove the superglue of the internal parts, and clean the whole thing up.

Anyone been there before?



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