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Introduzione

A Motorola V3i it's from the "RAZR" series.

The V3i had an improved camera resolution with 1,3Mpix and a external Memoryslot (MicroSD) for additional storage. Even if it had serveral problems with the keyboard and handling, it's one of the most sold mobilephones in the world.

Questo smontaggio non è una guida di riparazione. Per riparare il tuo Motorola V3i, usa il nostro manuale di assistenza.

  1. A Motorola V3i!
    • A Motorola V3i!

    • Let's see what's inside...

  2. Let's turn it and take out the battery.
    • Let's turn it and take out the battery.

    • Remove these two screws.

    • Now you can easily flip the cover.

    • You need to detach these two plastic lashes from the surounding.

    • Now you can remove this transparent plastic case.

    • Now you can take out the speaker.

    • The metal thing on the end of the picture is the antenna.

    • So, that's the board.

    • Vibra motor.

    • Mini USB.

    • Connector for the antenna.

    • After I took these EMI shields away it looks like this...

    • Bluetooth chip by Broadcom.

    • 32Mbit PSRAM by STMicroelectronics.

    • Baseband Processor (Main Processor) by Freescale (90nm structure).

    • RF Transmitter by RF Micro Devices.

    • Battery controller by Freescale.

    • Quad-Band Transmit Module by RF Micro Devices.

    • Remove these 4 rubbers.

    • Then remove the four torx screws.

    • You can easily lose these rubbers. (That's why I have only 3 of them...)

    • Filp the device and you can remove the top housing.

    • Remove the three buttons on the side of the device.

    • Remove the connector to the mainboard...

    • and to the camera.

    • Remove the camera by lifting it up.

    • That's a 1,3Mpix camera!

    • Lift up the speaker.

    • Then, that's a tricky part,remove all the buttons around the screen housing. Caution: They are really thin and they easily break!

    • After you did this tricky part you can lift the top of the phone away.

    • Now lift up the front glass from the top of the device. It's held with adhesives.

    • After you did this it should look like this.

    • Around the screen there are some lashes. Detach them to release the screen of the metal housing.

    • Then you can lift the metal housing up.

    • The metal housing is very fragile!

    • an ATI Imageon chip! It's a mulitmedia co-processor, it is used for record video and mobile gaming. It support up to a 2Mpix camera.

    • Again there's a small lash on the botton of the front screen housing.

    • After that you can remove the front screen with the PCB.

    • The front screen.

    • Yes, my front screen has some dead pixels. (They are pink?!)

    • Thank you for reading my Teardown:)

Peddy

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