HTC XDA mini S Cellphone Disassembly and Power Plug Repair

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Here are some small disassembly instructions for the XDA mini S cellphone made by HTC. This cellphone is also known as i-Mate K-JAM, Qtek 9100, T-Mobile MDA Vario, HTC P4300 or HTC Wizard. You need a Torx 6 screwdriver to get this cellphone open. To get more detailed pictures just click on the thumbnails.

Htc xda o2 mini s front view.jpeg
  A view of the cellphone from the frontside before the disassembly.

Htc xda o2 mini s backside view.jpeg
  The backside of the cellphone not yet taken apart.

Htc xda o2 mini s backcover and battery removed.jpeg
  Backcover, stylus and battery removed.

Htc xda o2 mini s camera cover removal.jpeg
  The cover of the digital cellphone camera can be pryed off with a plastic tool e.g. a credit card.

Htc xda o2 mini s camera cover separated.jpeg
  The camera cover now separated from the cellphone.

Htc xda o2 mini s front and backcover separation.jpeg
  The frontcover can be lift off with a plastic tool.

Htc xda o2 mini s both halves separated.jpeg
  Both halves of the cellphone case separated. Note the stylus compartment in the middle of this picture. The power socket at the bottom of the inner tray is missing. I have soldered it in after taking these photos.

Htc xda o2 mini s how to take the inner tray out.jpeg
  Also a plastic tool can be used to take the inner tray out. Do not forget to unlock the cable lock at the right first.

Htc xda o2 mini s without inner tray.jpeg
  The cellphone without the inner tray. In the middle of this picture you can view the second cable lock.

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Warning: These instructions are given without any warranty. They don't have to be complete or correct. Don't do any of the following steps if you're not sure of what you're doing. You could damage your mobile cellular phone and you WILL lose your warranty. Everything you do will be at your own risk.

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