Additional dismantling guides.
And here’s another pictorial guide (text in Russian but pics are clear):
I managed to take my Hermes apart and replace my Touchscreen. When i detached the touchscreen I had to take this orange connectors off, they were held in place with see through tape. One for the touchscreen about 1 cm wide and another one (my guess is the backlight ?!). I did so and It think maybe a bit to rough/unhandy. I replaced the Touchscreen and tried to connect those orange connectors again with some tape. Put my whole phone together again. Now I do not have backlight anymore and my touchscreen is not working... I think some pieces of the connection of the orange connectors stayed on the phone and some on the connector itself so it cannot make contact anymore...
What is the way to reconnect those orange "connectors"?
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On the picture you can see which connector I mean, there is another one next to that. The conntection you see on the picture is still fit, however the part where the tape was put is disconnected and I cant get it fixed I wonder how to fix it, maybe it needs soldering?
Edited by dittie, 11 October 2007 - 08:45 AM.