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How to Upgrade, Repair, Disassemble a Kyocera Mobile (Cellular) Phone

Need to repair your Kyocera mobile (cellular) phone? Here is a collection of free take apart instructions, modding guides, disassembly pictures, upgrade and repair manuals, as well as do-it-yourself (DIY) tips and tricks to fix mobile (portable) phones made by Kyocera. If you have written a HOWTO yourself (or if you know of a tutorial not linked here), please submit a new entry. You can also publish a guide in the Mobile Phone Repair Wiki.

Kyocera 413Keypad replacement: tools, tricks and take apart tips [video].
Kyocera 433Take apart and keypad replacement assistance [video].
Kyocera 2119BAn illustrated step-by-step take apart guide.
Kyocera 5135How to make this plain and girlish mobile phone to look more "metal". The end result is a phone that snags on everything but gets all the looks. The case has been taken apart and six small LED's mounted inside and connected to the other display lights. They only come on when the phone rings or is opened. Also mounted there are five leather spikes into the case. Yes, their screwed in. The Jesus Hologram is transparent when lit from the back side. Pretty unique.
Kyocera K490How to take apart the housing and change the faceplate.
Kyocera K490Housing replacement: tool, tricks, tips and take apart pictures.
Kyocera/Qualcomm QCP-860/ QCP-1960/ QCP-2760Installation of a faceplate or antenna is quite easy, it only requires a Torx T-6 screwdriver. Just follow these guidelines.
Kyocera QCP-2119/ QCP-2135 Installation of a faceplate or antenna is fairly simple. Just follow these instructions.

Manufacturer Information, Customer Service

Hardware Maintenance Manual, User Guide, Service Manual

As far as I know Kyocera doesn't provide free service manuals.


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