10-25-15 10:57 AM
- In the unlikely event of someone having the same problem I had with one of my Blackberry Z30 , which unexpectedly became very hot and the touch panel stopped responding , I checked in one of the photos , the problematic connectors. They are elastic connectors that obviously they made poor contact on the main microphone that is mounted on the screen. This caused sometimes the screen does not respond every time I was receiving a call. To fix , from behind the motherboard, i adhered a piece of double sided tape so that the mother did stay doing better pressure and connectors make contact properly over the display. Surely it is only a problem mounting or assembly factory , and hardly happen to any other user. Anyway , I took some photos that exhibit inside the device . I own also two other Z30 and none of them had this problem . Still seems to me, the best device today, after going through the Sony Z Ultra; Note 3; iPhone 5S (which does not have Gmail push mail available , among other sad details ...), and others phones. .
The "Conflicting" Connectors
The Battery (Easily replaceable, only takes 15 minutes !!)
Downside of motherbard
And Then....its come back to life !12-17-13 09:27 PMLike 46
- Obviously , those who do not have any knowledge of electronics, I do not recommend you try any of this . I sell cell phones since 2000 , I change my devices every month , as I get new models, and usually also repair phones when a user requires. Actually there is not much mystery , components today are designed to be assembled easily and quickly , because that cheapens the hand of production and time -consuming than that , achieving lower costs of the item. Consider that very complex carrying phones like the iPhone, are assembled in part by children due to the size of their hands. Thus , as assembled easily , also they can be disassembled in the same way . Beyond that , the important thing is not to get to disassemble a phone, but know where to find the fault and repair it. That requires other skills that go beyond knowing how to handle a screwdriver. I live in South America , the phone was bought on -line from the U.S.. Send , expect repair and return , it would have represented at least a month and a half of waiting and no certainty that they will find the fault, because it was a sporadic failure12-17-13 10:55 PM
- This line made me smile the most:
Thanks for that tidbit!12-18-13 12:40 AM
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Thanks for doing this! I know many people wanted to see inside this phone and finally someone with the know how has done it. Thanks again!12-18-13 07:25 AM
- You only need to remove the 10 screws T4, release 6 connectors (sensors, cameras, microphones, battery and screen), and the motherboard does not have any screw, just be released. Under the motherboard is the battery, which has a bit of glue to hold it in place, it is not difficult achieve. I made that comment in the title of this picture to relax users. It is a replacement that should only take 20 minutes to an experienced user.12-18-13 07:27 AM
- The battery change observation has also brightened my day, in a technical sense how is the battery attached? Soldered or something else? How much space do you have to work with when doing a battery change?
There is enough space to work super comfortable. The battery carries a connector, which is released from the mother by simply pulling up. Indeed, it is the first connector you must release before any manipulation on the motherboard, to prevent electrical shorts. I actually do not know if the original battery can be achieved these days. I think that's the biggest challenge.
Liam12-18-13 07:36 AM
- Awesome post! Thanks for sharing! I will definitely reference the extremely informative pics when I need to replace my Z30's battery three years from now -- because you know, everyone keeps telling me that BB is going to be out of business so I guess that means my Z30 will be my last BB!12-18-13 07:36 AMLike 1
- You only need to remove the 10 screws T4, release 6 connectors (sensors, cameras, microphones, battery and screen), and the motherboard does not have any screw, just be released. Under the motherboard is the battery, which has a bit of glue to hold it in place, it is not difficult achieve. I made that comment in the title of this picture to relax users. It is a replacement that should only take 20 minutes to an experienced user.
Easy for you, deeeeeefficult for me! (a twisted Seor Wences reference)
OP, you are a very brave (and obviously intelligent) man.12-18-13 07:43 AM
- 12-18-13 08:12 AM
- 12-18-13 08:27 AMLike 1
- Awesome post! Thanks for sharing! I will definitely reference the extremely informative pics when I need to replace my Z30's battery three years from now -- because you know, everyone keeps telling me that BB is going to be out of business so I guess that means my Z30 will be my last BB!
I use Android, iOS, Windows Phone and Blackberry. I believe that each handles a different ecosystem not exempt improvable things in each. I do not consider Android or iOS are above what B10 offers. Even the most powerful Android devices, whom I know well, have their problems. I acknowledge the absence of certain applications and games on B10, as well see the stupidity of other devices to manage all social notifications, which works wonderfully in B10.12-18-13 09:03 AM
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