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The following HTC Manufactured Phones have a

Dismantling Guide or Service Manual

available for download (Some have Both)

LINK - Service Manuals / Dismantling Guides Database

Advantage

Alpine

Amadeus

Andes

Apache

Artemis

Athena

AT&T Fuze

(Raphael 100 GSM)

AT&T Tilt

Atlantis

Audiovox SMT5600

Audiovox PPC-6700

Blue Angel

Breeze

Blackstone

BT To Go

Census

Charmer

Cingular 2125

Cingular 8125

Cingular 8525

Cingular 8925

Click

Clio

Converse

Diamond

Dream

Dopod 565

Dopod 575

Dopod 585

Dopod 595

Dopod 586W

Dopod 600

Dopod 818

Dopod 818+

Dopod 818 Pro

Dopod 838

Dopod 838 Pro

Dopod CHT 9000

Dopod M700

Dopod P800

Dopod P800W

Dopod S900

Dopod U1000

E-Plus Pocket PDA

Elf

Excallibur

Faraday

Feelers

G1

G2 (Removed at hTC request)

Gene

Herald

Hermes

HD 2

Himalaya

HP iPAQ rw6815

HP iPAQ rw6818

HP iPAQ rw6828

HT 1100

I-Mate JAM

I-mate JAMIN

I-mate JASJAR

I-Mate K-Jam

I-Mate PDA2

I-Mate PDA2k

I-mate Smart Flip

I-Mate SmartPhone

I-Mate SP5m

I-Mate SP JAS

I-Mate SP3

I-Mate SP3i

iQ700

Jade

Juno

Kaiser

Kiwi

Krome Intellekt

Love

Magic (Removed at hTC request)

Magician

Max G4

Melbourne

Mercury

Mogul

MTeoR

Neon

Niki

O2 XDA

O2 XDA II

O2 XDA IIs

O2 XDA IIi

O2 XDA III

O2 XDA-IV

O2 XDA Atom Exec

O2 XDA Cosmo

O2 XDA Diamond

O2 XDA Diamond Pro

(Raphael 100 GSM)

O2 XDA Exec

O2 XDA Flame

O2 XDA Mini Pro

O2 XDA Mini S

O2 XDA Neo

O2 XDA Orbit

O2 XDA Serra

Raphael 100 GSM)

O2 Xphone II

O2 Xphone IIm

Orange SPV 2000

Orange SPV C500

Orange SPV C600

Orange SPV C700

Orange PPV E100

Orange SPV E650

Orange SPV M500

Orange SPV M650

Orange SPV M3100

Orange SPV M3000

Orange SPV M5000

P3300

P3400/3401

P3450

P3470

P3600

P3650

P3700

P3701

P3702

P4300

P4500

P5500

Pharos

Phoebus

Pilot

Polaris

Prophet

Prodigy

Qtek1010

Qtek 2020

Qtek 2020i

Qtek 4040

Qtek 7070

Qtek 8020

Qtek 8100

Qtek 8300

Qtek 8500

Qtek 8600

Qtek 9000

Qtek 9090

Qtek 9100

Qtek A8300

Qtek A9100

Qtek S100

Qtek S200

Qtek S620 / 621

Qtek S710

Quartz

Raphael

Rose

S740

Sapphire (Removed at hTC request)

ShangriLa

Shift

Siemens SX-56

Sonata

Sprint 6800

Sprint Touch Pro

(Raphael 800 CDMA)

Str Trk

T828X

T8290

Tanager

T-Mobile Ameo

T-mobile Dash

T-Mobile G1

T-Mobile G2

T-Mobile MDA

T-Mobile MDA (US)

T-Mobile MDA II

T-Mobile MDA III

T-Mobile MDA-IV

T-Mobile MDA Compact

T-Mobile MDA Compact II

T-Mobile MDA Compact III

T-Mobile MDA Compact IV

T-Mobile Shadow

T-Mobile MDA Vario

T-Mobile MDA Vario II

T-Mobile MDA Vario III

T-Mobile MDA Vario IV (Raphael 100 GSM)

T-Mobile SDA Music

T-Mobile SDA USA

Tempo

Touch

Touch 3G

Touch Cruise

Touch Dual

Touch Diamond

Touch HD

Touch Pro

Trinity

Typhoon

TyTn

TyTn II

Universal

Verizon Touch Pro C (Raphael CDMA)

Viva

Vodafone HTC Touch Pro (Raphael 100 GSM)

Vodafone V1415

Vodafone VD

Vodafone VDA V

Vodaphone VPA Compact II

Vodaphone VPA Compact III

Vox

Wallaby

Wing

Wizard

X7500 / X7501 / X7510

X9500

Xperia X1

XV6700

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Hi Mike,

There seems to be a problem with the zip-files for the service manual on the HTC Vox.. at least I can't open them.

I've tried to unzip the files with different zip-utilities both on winxp and linux. The most comprehensive error message i've got was on linux: "zipfile claims to be last disk of multipart archive: bad zipfile offset (local header sig): 4"

Is this fixable for you? I want know if i can fix my woobly slider....its seems it gets looser every day.. irritating! ;)

thanks for the post anyway..! :wub:

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Hi Mike,

There seems to be a problem with the zip-files for the service manual on the HTC Vox.. at least I can't open them.

I've tried to unzip the files with different zip-utilities both on winxp and linux. The most comprehensive error message i've got was on linux: "zipfile claims to be last disk of multipart archive: bad zipfile offset (local header sig): 4"

Is this fixable for you? I want know if i can fix my woobly slider....its seems it gets looser every day.. irritating! ;)

thanks for the post anyway..! :wub:

Hi

I'll look into it and post back.

Mike

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Hi

I'll look into it and post back.

Mike

OK I've just tested and files are ok.

You have to download all four of the files (they are a split archive) to the same location - perhaps a folder on your desktop. When you have all four just tap on the one that has the .zip extension and extract that file. It will automatically find the other 3 it needs. If needs be download the latest free version of winzip or winrar.

Hope you get it - if not post again and I'll try to remember to drop by!

Mike

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Any hope or prayer for a dismantling guide for the HTC Vox / S710?

Not so far, but I bet there are some out there. The service manual has a set of dismantling pics - so meantime it's the best I have.

Anyone with links / additional files is welcome to let me know and we can add to the lists.

Mike

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Added to links at 1st post.

HTC Kaiser

Antenna Photoset of Kaiser From fjallfoss.fcc.gov

Basic Internal Photoset of Kaiser / TyTn II From fjallfoss.fcc.gov

Mike

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Added to post 1 above

HTC Kaiser Fix for the PIE slow (laggy) scrolling bug

A bit off topic for the thread but as it's available on the same site I ahve added a link to it.

Mike

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I have added a link to a Kaiser (Tilt) dismantling Guide. It was originally written for those wanting to tilt the screen a full 90 degrees to use on a car dashboard. BUT it is also a useful dismantling guide. See post one.

Mike

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The following Dismantling guides were added at post 1.

Again they are in Russian but have good photosets:

Dismantling / Disassembling HTC Athena,HTC X7500, HTC Advantage, T-Mobile MDA Ameo

Dismantling / Disassembling HTC Universal, Qtek 9000, T-Mobile MDA Pro, i-Mate JasJar

Dismantling / Disassembling HTC Wizard, Qtek 9100, i-Mate K-JAM, T-Mobile MDA Vario

Dismantling / Disassembling HTC Gene, HTC P3400

Dismantling / Disassembling O2 XDA Flame

Dismantling / Disassembling Eten X800

Dismantling / Disassembling Eten M600 / M600+

Mike

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Links added at post one.

HTC KAISER TTLT 8925 Dismantling / Dis-assembling guide added at post one

HTC Touch Dual Dismantling / Dis-assembling guide added at post one

Mike

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is there any manual how to disassemble HTC MTEOR please!!! :D

Currently I don't have a step by step dismantling guide BUT -

The HTC MTeoR is also known as the HTC Breeze and there is a Service Manual listed there for the Breeze. The Service Manual shows full internal pictures taken in a logical sequence so they act as a pretty good dismantling guide. Cosmetically the cases for these phones may look slightly different under their different brandings, so don't be put of if the outer case looks slightly different from yours.

Mike

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hi guys!!

Got some problem to open the files ( HTC Breeze service Manual Split.Z02 )!! Please help.

I have just tested the files and all are ok.

Have you downloaded all three files Z01 / Z02 and Z03? If when you try to extract the last file it gives you an error with Z02 then delete Z02 and download that part again. (Sometimes when downloading a bit of corruption can occur).

Mike

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I have migrated the manuals to my own domain and a faster server capable of handling files without splitting them. Nobody should have any problems downloading the manuals now, as they are all in non-compressed PDF format.

Mike

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