Introduzione

If you are having issues with the Moto Z2 Force's motherboard, use this guide to replace it.

  1. Place the phone on a flat surface with the screen facing up.
    • Place the phone on a flat surface with the screen facing up.

    • Insert the flat end of a nylon spudger into the crease separating the screen and the body in the lower right corner of the phone.

    • Pry open part of the screen by pulling the tool and the screen toward you.

    • You may be required to use a heating element, such as the iOpener, to heat and loosen the adhesive underneath before attempting to pry it open.

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  2. Wedge the plastic opening tool between the gap created by separating the screen and body of the phone in the right hand corner to hold it open.
    • Wedge the plastic opening tool between the gap created by separating the screen and body of the phone in the right hand corner to hold it open.

    • Insert the nylon spudger into the lower left corner of the screen and pry the screen toward you.

    • Continue to insert the plastic opening and spudger tools around the phone, and pry open the screen until it is fully separated from the device.

    • Remove the screen gently and slowly as the screen may crack otherwise.

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    • Remove the screen by pulling from right to left and placing the screen face down on the flat surface next to the main body of the device.

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    • Using the flat end of the nylon spudger, pull off the black tape on top of the screen connector piece that the black ribbon is attached to.

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    • Insert the black spudger under the lock of the latch connecting the black ribbon of the screen to the phone body.

    • Pull up on the lock to unlock the latch.

    • Separate the black ribbon from the latch by pulling gently to the left.

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    • Unscrew the two 3mm T4 screws from the speaker.

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    • Use the nylon spudger to lift and remove the speaker from the phone chassis.

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    • Insert the flat end of the nylon spudger on the side of the camera closest to the battery.

    • Pry up the camera by pushing down on the spudger until the camera pops up.

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    • Insert the flat end of the nylon spudger underneath the black lock.

    • Unlock the ribbon cable by pulling up on the lock with the nylon spudger.

    • Separate the camera from the board by pulling gently towards the bottom of the phone.

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    • Wedge the plastic opening tool underneath the motherboard near the battery and use the flat end of the spudger to create a gap.

    • Gradually make this gap bigger so that the area is still loose when you remove the spudger.

    • You may want to use a thinner prying tool instead of the plastic opening tool to make this step easier.

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    • Loosen the motherboard in the area between the camera and battery by gently wedging the flat end of the spudger to create a gap such that the area is loose when the spudger is removed.

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    • Insert the flat end of the nylon spudger underneath the edge of the phone near the camera.

    • Gently pry the motherboard from the phone until it is raised enough to put a finger between it and the phone.

    • With your fingers, gently pry the rest of the motherboard up from the phone.

    • When using your fingers to remove the motherboard completely, be extremely careful, as you can easily break the motherboard.

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Conclusione

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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My lcd came apart the entire assembly didn't come up as the instructions showed it would and it tore the ribbon connector.

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