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One of the annoying things I found as a 6700 owner is that I was always pocket calling people and that my battery had a very short life. my battery used to only last from 7am to 1pm before I had to change the battery or or plug inmy phone (PHONE ON A WIRE? this defeats the wireless phone theory). Now I can get a full day sometimes 2 days out of my battery because all the buttons are disabled from turning on the screen and the only button that turns on the screen is the top power button which shows the slide to unlock screen. when you have a incoming call the screen will offer you to slide to answer if you set it up with the easy to use settings that will be located in your programs folder after setup. the instructions for setting up this program are easy to follow at the download page.
Solution: Download and install this awesome app called slide to unlock.
It will save your battery if you set the settings to:
lock when device wakes up to ON
lock when back-light turns off to ON
Power off in 30seconds
but blank screen only OFF
blank screen on talk I prefer OFF because you may need to look at something when talking. but you may squeeze more life out of your battery if you select on.
S2U2 is a simple lock/unlock application which has the iPhone style slide unlocking. It can be used as a screen saver while you don't use your device. And it has a CallerID function.
This procedure shouldn't be attempted unless you are resigned to the POSSIBILITY of messing your phone up.
When you say speaker, I am assuming you mean the audio speaker used when playing music, which is found on the back of the device, and not the speaker found in the earpiece.
The take apart should be simple but it is a bit complicated. Remove your back panel, then the battery and SIM and/or memory card if it has either. Also, remove the stylus.
With a small and special T5 screwdriver, remove the screws found underneath the stylus, and under the rubber stopper opposite of the stylus.
Now, you need to use a soft pry tool to remove the top half of the back panel by gently sliding it into the grooves that were hidden by the battery door.
Once removed, you should have access to the speaker. Replacement is just a matter of splicing the red and black wire together.
Reassemble in opposite order.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you need any more details.
The G1's back comes off. At the top end of the phone (away from the charger port), with the keyboard open, there's a tab where the back latches to the body. You have to open the keyboard to get to it. With the keyboard open, you can push that little tab outward to release the catch. On mine, the back makes a distinct click at that point and separates from the body along about half its length. To get it off the rest of the way, pry gently and it will come free.
Once the back is off, you can see the battery compartment. The SIM card slot is at the bottom of the battery area; you don't need to take it out to replace the battery. If the battery is in the phone, you can lift the top end of it out of the phone by lifting at the little recess at the top end. To put the battery in, slide it into the battery well with the contacts (three little brass strips) meeting the corresponding contacts at the bottom of the battery well.
Then, you can replace the back by hooking it on at the charger-port end and snapping the upper part of the back onto the body.
yea mate I broke my screen a few months ago. So I bought a new screen from ebay (about $70 AUS inc P&H) opened up my viewty and replaced it. All parts in the phone snap in together no soldering required. The screen connects through a simple snap in ribbon cable. Only tricky part is that adhesive strip that holds the front cover in other than that the phone should come apart with some light prying.