Video: How to fix your HTC One M9 Rear-Facing and Front-Facing Camera
HTC One M9 Rear-Facing and Front-Facing Camera Repair Warning: You are performing this repair at your own risk We claim no responsibility for any damages that might occur To perform this DIY repair, you will need a – Plastic Triangle Opening Tool (5-0007, Available at www.fixez.com) Nylon Spudger (Item # 5-0022, Available at www.fixez.com) SIM Card Ejection Tool (Item # 5-1342, Available at www.fixez.com) Fine Tip Curved Tweezers (Item # 5-1370, Available at www.fixez.com) Professional T5 Torx Screwdriver (5-2429, Available at www.fixez.com) Professional Phillips Screwdriver (Item # 5-2432, Available at www.
fixez.com) Power down the HTC One M9 smartphone. Eject the microSD card tray and then the nano SIM card tray. Persistent picking at the top of the HTC One M9 reveals a couple of Torx screws. Remove the following 2 T5 Torx screws. With the top panel’s screws removed, use the triangle opening tool to release the clips securing the rear case to the body of the phone. Remove the following 2 Phillips screws. Detach the battery connector from the motherboard. Release the ZIF connector and detach the loudspeaker cable from the HTC One M9 motherboard. Remove the following T5 Torx screw. With the fine tip curved tweezers disconnect the 2 signal cables. For the ensuing 3 cables, peel up the Kapton tape and release the ZIF connectors. Disconnect the following 2 signal cables from the motherboard. Carefully pry the HTC One M9’s rotational vibrator away from the rear case.
It is lightly adhered to the case, and soldered to the motherboard. Peel up the tape and use the tweezers to disconnect the signal cable. For the next 2 cables, peel up the Kapton tape and release the ZIF connectors. Remove the following 2 T5 Torx screws securing the motherboard to the rear case. With a little spudgering the motherboard can now be removed. With the motherboard out, use the triangle opening tool to carefully pry the high capacity HTC One M9 battery up and out of the phone. Remove the following 4 T5 Torx screws. Peel up the Kapton tape and release the ZIF connector. Use the spudger to pry up and remove the daughterboard. With the fine tip curved tweezers release the ZIF connector, peel up the tape, and remove the 4-megapixel front-facing camera from the daughterboard. Detach the HTC One M9’s 20-megapixel rear-facing camera from the daughterboard..