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Huawei P10 Display Assembly Removal & Replacement

In this guide, we are going to show you how to remove and replace the crushed screen on Huawei P10 smartphone. These removal instructions have been made into 13 easy to follow steps. In order to remove the display, you need to remove the back cover, rear camera, front camera, USB board, loudspeaker, headphone jack from the motherboard.

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The full teardown of the Huawei P10 can be found here.

Repair Tools Needed:
0.8 pentalobe screwdriver
Phillips #000 Screwdriver
Suction cup
SIM Card Eject Tool

1. Removing the SIM card tray and two Pentalobe screws

First of all, switch off your phone and remove the SIM card tray.

Remove the two Pentalobe screws located at the bottom next to the device’s USB Type-C port.

2. Removing the back cover

Use a suction cup to separate the display unit from the back cover.

Lift up the display a little bit with a suction cup and insert a pick.
Slide the pick along the display edge on both sides.

Don’t remove the back cover completely yet. The power button and volume button cable is still connected to the motherboard.

3. Disconnect the power button and volume button cable

Disconnect the power button and volume button cable using a spudger.

Once the cable disconnected, you can remove the back cover completely.

4. Disconnect the battery connector

Remove one screw securing the metal sheet.

Remove the metal sheet with tweezers.

Disconnect the main FPC from the motherboard with a spudger

Disconnect the battery connector from the motherboard with a spudger.

5. Disconnect the display cable

Remove the Phillips #000 screw securing the metal sheet to the middle frame.

Remove the metal sheet with tweezers.

Disconnect the display cable from the motherboard.

6. Removing the battery

Uncover the ends of the adhesive pull tabs to get a good grip on them.
Pull the adhesive tabs in a slow constant movement to free the battery.

There is only one cable running directly underneath the battery.
Insert a card under the battery to separate the battery.

On the other side of the battery, there is a double-sided adhesive fixed battery.
Lift up the battery and remove it.

7. Removing two cameras

Remove four screws on the motherboard.
Disconnect the antenna from the motherboard.

Peel off the conducting fabric.
Unplug the camera connector from the motherboard. Now you can remove the front camera.

Remove the metal sheet with tweezers.

Peel off the conducting fabric.
Lift up the rear camera and remove it.

8. Removing the motherboard

Remove the motherboard with your fingers.
There is a clip securing the motherboard in place, and you need to release the clip first.

9. Removing the earpiece speaker

Lift up the earpiece speaker with tweezers. The earpiece speaker is securing to the phone body by glues.

10. Removing the USB Type-C board

Remove four Phillips #000 screws at the bottom.
Disconnect the cable from the board.

Remove the metal sheet with tweezers.

Disconnect the headphone jack cable and antenna cable.

Remove the antenna cable from the phone body.

Lift up the USB Type-C board and remove it.

11. Removing the loudspeaker

The loudspeaker is securing by glues, so it’s a little difficult to remove the loudspeaker.
Lift up the loudspeaker from its port with your fingernail or blade.

12. Removing the headphone jack

The loudspeaker is securing by glues, just use tweezers insert it into the headphone jack and wiggle the tweezers, you can remove the headphone jack.

13. Removing the vibrating motor

The vibrating motor is securing by glues, and you should pry up it with a blade or tweezers.

To replace your crushed display, I suggest you buy a display assembly with the frame.

You can find the full Huawei P10 Teardown here. Other parts replacement tutorial, please visit the P10 repair guide category.

David Tian

David is the editor @ MyFixGuide. He loves technology, especially good at laptops and mobile phones. In his free time, he loves to take apart the latest mobile phones and laptops.

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