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Need instructions on how to dis-assemble cover to replace caller ID glass lens. After taking out the six screws it still won't come apart. I have the replacement lens as well.

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Youtube is awesome. Try there. There's loads of cellphone tutorials on repairs

Posted on Mar 23, 2011

  • cheesenic Mar 24, 2011

    Have already checked... phone is too new i think. I had the phone mostly dis-assembled from the back but cant figure out how to take apart the front flip cover. It is attached at the hinge still and cannot see any other screw locations.

  • M. James
    M. James Mar 24, 2011

    What's the make and model of the phone and I'll go get one and figure it out for ya :)

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