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Samsung Omnia 2 step by step Disassembly

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Pictures are courtesy of king mobile, there's about 78 pics.

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No LED under the cube button!

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8G Memory

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800Mhz CPU

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Final working assembly

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wooooow~ thats a bit of an overkill.. lol

so, the cube button really doesn't have any led under it? =(

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wow, interesting. english "subtitles" would be nice since I can't recognize some parts, but still very interesting to see...

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Congratulations! Awesome job! Is it possible to make a guide how to change the Touch Digitizer of Omnia 2? I know that your disassembly is complete but it would be great to see only the steps to change the digitizer. Thank you for your effort! Sorry about my english :)

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Samsung CPU with Qualcomm MSM chipset...

Seems like the GPS and GSM/GPRS/3G chip is same as those used in HTC.

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Now, if somebody can get hold of the engineering set that had the cube light, dismantle that, maybe we'll know where to solder our own LED to. :)

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I'm so glad they take the time to do this so that I don't get curious and do it myself! :)

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awesome job!

now i learn more about my phone.

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DISSEMBLING OMNIA I8000\

HEY!! WHAT ARE THE TOOLS U USE TO OPEN THIS PHONE. I BROKE MA LCD AND I NEED TO REPLACE IT. THANKS!

ANY IDEAS ON HOW TO REPLACE THE PHONES LCD. I NEED A GUIDE. I REALLY WANT THIS PHONE BACK.

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DISSEMBLING OMNIA I8000\

HEY!! WHAT ARE THE TOOLS U USE TO OPEN THIS PHONE. I BROKE MA LCD AND I NEED TO REPLACE IT. THANKS!

ANY IDEAS ON HOW TO REPLACE THE PHONES LCD. I NEED A GUIDE. I REALLY WANT THIS PHONE BACK.

It is in the 1st 2 pics and some of the pics where u ned the blue color plastic (something like the plastic u use to play with guitar not sure what is it call)..

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It is in the 1st 2 pics and some of the pics where u ned the blue color plastic (something like the plastic u use to play with guitar not sure what is it call)..

Okay! but are they not specific tools for the phone or could u use and screwdriver and the plastic? i really wish someone knows how to open the phone and replace the LCD. thanks!

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perhaps someone could start a business of PIMP-ing omnia 2 by adding led in the cube? hmm, it shouldnt be that difficult to do?

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Thx, can you link the complete service manual?

Yes, please, can you post complete service manual.

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