How To Take A Blackberry Curve 8830 Apart
Want to know how to take a Blackberry Curve 8830 apart? If you wonder what specs your Blackberry Curve has or you just want to fix a specific part of your phone, then knowing how to take the Blackberry apart will be helpful. Following the steps, but be warned you will void your warranty you have on your phone.
The items you will need:
- T5 torx screwdriver
- Case opener tool
- Flat head screwdriver
- Turn off the Blackberry Curve 8830. Flip the unit and take out the battery where the back cover is protecting it. Remove the SIM card as well.
- Use a T5 torx screwdriver to remove four torx screws. Set the torx screws aside so you won't lose them.
- Use a case opener and wedge it at both sides of the Blackberry Curve 8830. Start at the bottom of the Blackberry because there are two hooks located at the top of phone, it will be difficult to open if you start from there.
- Use a flat head screwdriver to remove the back unit of the Blackberry Curve 8830. Slide the flat head screwdriver underneath the unit. Lift the unit up and slide it forward.
- Remove two torx screws located at the top. Once they're removed use both hands to remove the front and back cover of your Blackberry Curve 8830. At this point the LCD screen will be exposed. You can decide to replace the screen if you choose to.
- Slide the bottom case off. Use your fingers to apply little force and it will come off. This will expose a white wire. Use tweezers to detach it from the motherboard.
- Use a case opener tool and slide it between the crease of the motherboard and the black panel. Work your way around to loosen up the motherboard from the panel. Once loosen, the mother board will be exposed and you would've taken apart your Blackberry Curve 8830.