I have a cracked screen on my Ipaq 6515 with a second unit that has issues but a working screen. Does anybody have a manual or procedure to open these beasties up so I can swap the screens between devices.
Ok, to disassemble - remove four screws on back (#7
torx required). Then remove battery cover, battery, and SIMM card. Next
peel the (on mine lower left portion of the) Warranty Void if removed
sticker, and using a tiny phillips head screw driver, remove the screw
revealed. Next, slide a thumbnail or plastic flatbldae screw drriver
around the seam on the sides of the unit, to release the two pressure
tabs on the sides and top. Then pull the top away, eventually freeing
the bottom. Now, there is a system board exposed. There are three screws (tiny phillips
again) two on the bottom and one at the top that can be removed,
allowing the system board to be removed. Note that there are two ribbon
connectors on one side - I didn't remove these. There's also a small
plastic connection I did remove, then the system board will remove to
the side allowing access to the back of the screen and keyboard
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The IPAQ 6515 will only work with GSM Simm and network. It is also NOT 3G compatible.
You can verify that the 6515 is working with another network SIMM, then it is likely that your Simm card is not compatible and may in fact be design on Afghanistan's 'Analog' network.
Incidentally, the 6515 will also not work in Japan even with a working 'roaming' SIMM as the Japanese Mobile Network is also not compatible!
Hope it helps!
The HP IPAQ 6515 will support WLAN access via a SDIO WIFI card (which looks like a 'long' standard SD card): it is just a bit tricky to get this add-onl SDIO WIFI card to work properly!
For more deatils and confirmation, please google: ipaq+6515+sdio+card