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Use this guide to replace the headphone jack/micro USB board on your HTC One M9.

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    • Insert a microSD card eject tool or a paperclip into the small hole in the microSD card tray, located on the upper right hand side of the phone above the volume buttons.

    • Press to eject the tray.

    • This may require a significant amount of force.

    • When reinserting the microSD card, ensure that it is in the proper orientation relative to the tray. The connectors should be inserted first and away from you (if the display was face up).

    • It is normal, that the microSD card doesn't sit perfectly within the trey. It is also very simple to place it correctly flat inside the tray.

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    • Insert a SIM card eject tool or a paperclip into the small hole besides the SIM card tray, located on the upper section of the left edge of the phone.

    • Press to eject the tray.

    • This may require a significant amount of force.

    • When reinserting the SIM card, ensure that its contacts are facing to the rear side. The tapered corner of the SIM card has to point to the outer bottom corner of the tray.

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    • Using a plastic opening pick or a spudger, gently pry and remove the cover on top of the case.

    • Remove the two 4 mm T5 Torx screws on the top of the case.

    Be sure to remove the SIM tray and memory card tray prior to removing back case! Bent mine because that step was missing.

    cameronb - Yanıt

    The black plastic piece that runs across the top is very thin and is stuck on with very strong tape.

    SMcC21985 - Yanıt

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    • Work a plastic opening pick around the perimeter of the device to separate the rear case from the display assembly.

    • The SIM card tray and Micro SD card tray must be removed before the back cover can be removed.

    • Be careful around the power and volume buttons, as they are fairly delicate.

    • Be careful when separating the body from the display assembly, as the rear-facing camera may be stuck to the body with adhesive.

    The SIM Card and SD Card's need to be removed before the case will come apart.

    Andrew Froude - Yanıt

    I found a video showing someone using a 2 to 3 inch length scraper razor blade around the perimeter. On my second HTCM9 battery swap I found that leading with a square tipped X-Acto blade to begin the opening, and leaving the trailing, “already opened” gap “wedged” open with the scraper blade helped smoothly open from top (IR header) to bottom (micro USB charger port). A conventional spudger pries open too quickly and can damage and misshape the LCD’s soft bezel. The bezel surround is a much softer compound than the rear case. You can work the rear case loose by gently prying the back’s perimeter outward and occasionally inward as you progress. There are four tabs on the LCD assembly (i.e. nearby and under the pliers in step 5) on each side that protrude into the rear case. Push in toward the back, and pry outward on the back case seam around the vicinity of the tabs. This action provides clearance for the tab to loose from the case tab slot.

    Michael K - Yanıt

  5. HTC One M9 Headphone Jack/Micro USB Board Replacement, Motherboard: step 5, image 1 of 1
    • Use a pair of tweezers to get underneath the white and blue cable connectors and gently push them upwards to disconnect them.

    Blue coax cable.. what does it do?

    Yusuf Koçaslan - Yanıt

  6. HTC One M9 Headphone Jack/Micro USB Board Replacement: step 6, image 1 of 1
    • Remove the two 1.5 mm screws using a Phillips #00 screwdriver securing the battery connector to the motherboard.

    • Use a spudger to gently pry up the battery connector from its socket.

    • Do not apply pressure to the socket.

    When reassembling the phone, be sure to attach the battery connector correctly before screwing it down. It has a rectangular connector that may not seat correctly if simply screwed down.

    Jay Clark - Yanıt

    On my new battery the connector was not aligned precisely so the battery was not connected properly to the motherboard after screwing it in. The connector is supposed to hold on it’s own without the screws. If the connector does not hold to the motherboard without the screws, make sure that the connector is actually plugged in properly and only screw it in once it holds by itself.

    Gerrit Addiks - Yanıt

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    • Peel back the Kapton tape from the ZIF connectors.

    • Use a spudger or your fingernail to lift the hinged retainer clips on the ZIF connectors and gently slide the cables out.

    Lift up on the white portion of the connector

    Jarred Goar - Yanıt

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    • Using the tweezers, carefully lift up the tape covering the electrical strip as shown in the picture.

    • Be gentle when lifting the tape as it can tear easily.

    • Use your fingernail or a spudger to lift the hinged retainer clip on the ZIF connector and slide the cable out.

    Mine did not have the piece of tape.

    SMcC21985 - Yanıt

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    • Peel back the Kapton tape from the remaining three ZIF connectors, then use your fingernail or a spudger to lift the hinged retainer clips on the ZIF connectors and slide the cables out from each.

    • The third ZIF connector is mostly underneath the motherboard. When reassembling your device, make sure it is placed back underneath.

    For the featured ZIF header in step 10, which originates from under the circuit board, after liberating the yellow-clear tape I used a “Plackers” dental flosser “pointed end” to carefully lift up from under the ZIF ribbon.

    Michael K - Yanıt

    the third connector what is that one for? my screen was sometimes flicker and that connector is loose from underneath the motherboard

    Sugar Bomb Gaming - Yanıt

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    • Remove the dual LED flash cover with a pair of tweezers. This is held on with a small amount of adhesive.

    • Using a mildly heated pair of tweezers would ease the removal of flash cover as it helps weaken the adhesive .

    • Remove gently as the flash cover may be glued to the antenna cable(s) below.

    • Use a pair of tweezers to disconnect the two antenna cables near the camera.

    • Some models of this phone will have only one antenna cable at this location.

    • Proceed to disconnect the antenna cable near the bottom right of the phone.

  11. HTC One M9 Headphone Jack/Micro USB Board Replacement: step 11, image 1 of 1
    • Remove the three 4mm screws securing the motherboard using a T5 Torx screwdriver.

    Great guide just one crucial warning missing! When removing the battery which is underneath the power/SD/volume cable make sure you see that and carefully remove the battery without tearing it apart! Had to learn the hard way. Fortunately it's replaceable..

    Charles Vheru - Yanıt

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    • Use a pair of tweezers to lift the vibrator out of its crevace.

    • Be gentle to avoid damaging the wires connecting it to the motherboard.

    • Use an iOpener or heat gun to loosen the adhesive at the bottom of the motherboard.

    • Refer to the iOpener Instructions for further info.

    • Use a plastic opening tool or a spudger to gently pry the motherboard out of the case along the edges.

    • Then, gently lift the motherboard beginning from the top corner first (near the camera).

    Mine did not have any adhesive.

    SMcC21985 - Yanıt

  13. HTC One M9 Headphone Jack/Micro USB Board Replacement, Lower Speaker: step 13, image 1 of 2 HTC One M9 Headphone Jack/Micro USB Board Replacement, Lower Speaker: step 13, image 2 of 2
    • Remove the 3 mm T5 screw that holds the front speaker in place.

    • This screw was missing due to mishandling in an earlier deconstruction.

    • Gently remove the speaker from the device.

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    • Use a pair of tweezers to remove the headphone jack/micro USB board.

    The antenna wires must also be removed from the USB/headphone Jack board. Verizon phones will have only one blue wire but the new board will have two plugs for two wires. Use the outboard plug to connect the wire

    Jim Salemi - Yanıt

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To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Hi,

Make sure to check the headphone board too see if the gps connection in your phone has 1 or 2 cable ports.(Blue jumper wires) Mine has 1 so I got a sim card error. Waiting for usb board with one cable to fix

nateraymond008 - Yanıt

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