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Use this guide to replace the display including the frame of your Huawei P9 Lite.
Also, take a look at the comments in the last two steps, they might come in handy depending on your replacement part.

  1. Use an opening pick to unclip the rear cover, starting from the bottom corner. Work your way around counterclockwise and carefully pry the plastic tabs open one by one.
    • Use an opening pick to unclip the rear cover, starting from the bottom corner.

    • Work your way around counterclockwise and carefully pry the plastic tabs open one by one.

    What could you use instead of an opening pick??

    Alfredo - Yanıt

    Like, could a guitar pick wor? Or anything else?

    Alfredo - Yanıt

    A guitar pick will also do.

    Tobias Isakeit -

    what can still be used besides guitar pick

    Tarshia Thompson - Yanıt

    I had a hard time to open the back cover by opening pick. Then I used little, really little knife at first, and I continue to opening back cover using opening pick.

    Andy B - Yanıt

  2. There is adhesive underneath the back cover that holds it to the battery and the metal plate at the top.
    • There is adhesive underneath the back cover that holds it to the battery and the metal plate at the top.

    • Be careful with the flex cable at the right hand side.

    • Twist the opening pick to lever the back cover away and loosen it from the adhesive.

    Most of the adhesive is around the fingerprint cell and on the battery itself. You can slowly pull the back cover from its side but make sure not to break it. Push the mediator or a longer piece of plastic under the back cover to slowly destroy the adhesive.

    Nicolas Combaret - Yanıt

    Slowly, slowly wins the day. Nicolas is right and comes off a charm. The most nerve wracking part of this longish repair.

    John Nordstrom - Yanıt

  3. When the back cover is freed from the adhesive you can pop it off by hand completely.
    • When the back cover is freed from the adhesive you can pop it off by hand completely.

    Hi! Im so sad! At the begginig of the operation i ve broken the white seal/connector that in one side is connected to the board and the other side is "glued" to the battery. Can someone help me? how can i solve this?? There is no image displayed on the screen. but there is vibration, sound, notifications... can someone help me please???

    Diogo - Yanıt

  4. Remove the nine Phillips #00 screws that secure the metal shield plate.
    • Remove the nine Phillips #00 screws that secure the metal shield plate.

    • Some screws may be covered with tamper proof stickers. Remove them to ensure a proper seating for your driver.

    Qu’est ce qu’un “indicateur d’eau”?

    chevaliernoir - Yanıt

  5. Do not remove the shield plate yet, it is attached by a connector and an adhered cable. Use a spudger to disconnect the fingerprint sensor from the motherboard.
    • Do not remove the shield plate yet, it is attached by a connector and an adhered cable.

    • Use a spudger to disconnect the fingerprint sensor from the motherboard.

    • Peel the NFC antenna cable off of the metal plate.

    can we just remove NFC antenna and dont want to install int back?

    Mohd Danial Bin Harun - Yanıt

    Note there are two plastic tabs at the top of the shield plate. Unlock them with a mediator, the plate will come easily after that.

    Nicolas Combaret - Yanıt

    Buongiorno,

    va sostituita l'intera piastra metallica contenente il sensore impronte e la fotocamera, oppure il sensore é estraibile dalla piastra?

    Grazie

    LUIGI

    GI GI - Yanıt

    Yes, it is possible to remove just the fingerprint sensor from the motherboard shield. Remove the small metal plate on the inside of the shield covering the sensor and push the fingerprint sensor through from the other side.

    Tobias Isakeit -

    Grazie mille.

    GI GI - Yanıt

  6. Remove the SIM card tray. Remove the SIM card tray.
    • Remove the SIM card tray.

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  8. Disconnect the motherboard flex, the battery flex and the antenna cable. Disconnect the motherboard flex, the battery flex and the antenna cable. Disconnect the motherboard flex, the battery flex and the antenna cable.
    • Disconnect the motherboard flex, the battery flex and the antenna cable.

  9. Disconnect the display flex and the power and volume button cable. Disconnect the display flex and the power and volume button cable.
    • Disconnect the display flex and the power and volume button cable.

  10. Unplug the rear camera and the headphone jack. Unplug the rear camera and the headphone jack.
    • Unplug the rear camera and the headphone jack.

  11. Take the camera and the headphone jack out of their recesses. Take the camera and the headphone jack out of their recesses.
    • Take the camera and the headphone jack out of their recesses.

  12. Use a spudger to lift the motherboard carefully. Remove the motherboard assembly. On the back of the motherboard there is a thermal pad (pink rubber-like gob) for heat dissipation. If you are about to replace the display assembly, and the thermal pad broke or is too dried out, you might want to replace it with a new one.
    • Use a spudger to lift the motherboard carefully.

    • Remove the motherboard assembly.

    • On the back of the motherboard there is a thermal pad (pink rubber-like gob) for heat dissipation. If you are about to replace the display assembly, and the thermal pad broke or is too dried out, you might want to replace it with a new one.

  13. Remove the rubber microphone cover and the earpiece speaker. Remove the rubber microphone cover and the earpiece speaker.
    • Remove the rubber microphone cover and the earpiece speaker.

  14. Remove the seven loudspeaker screws:
    • Remove the seven loudspeaker screws:

    • Three silver 2.9 mm Phillips #00

    • Four black 3.8 mm Phillips #00

  15. Remove the loudspeaker.
    • Remove the loudspeaker.

  16. Unplug the motherboard flex cable and disconnect the antenna cable. Put both cables aside.
    • Unplug the motherboard flex cable and disconnect the antenna cable.

    • Put both cables aside.

  17. Now remove the daughter board. Carefully peel off the contact of the vibration motor and take it out. Also remove the lower microphone housing.
    • Now remove the daughter board.

    • Carefully peel off the contact of the vibration motor and take it out.

    • Also remove the lower microphone housing.

    Be extra careful when removing the vibrator motor ( I ripped the flex ). The flex is easy to detach but the motor is glued a bit deeper in the frame, and it’s tricky to extract. I naively thought if I applied a lever from the top side, where the flex reaches (following the ungluing of the flex cable) I could get it out, but I ripped the flex in doing so. you have to come and lift it up from the right side preferably. On the other hand if you ripped the flex, it’s no biggy. Just save the part and don’t put it back in the new frame, your phone will work but not vibrate. I always hated that thing anyway ! Otherwise you can buy a new part (non OEM) for a few euros on Amazon.

    Georgeses - Yanıt

  18. Only pry along the SIM tray edge of the battery to protect the display flex cable that runs under the center of the battery. Insert a spudger or thin prying tool at a shallow angle to avoid bending the battery and pry it up from its adhesive. Compare the new and the old part for any small components that need to be transferred like buttons or gaskets.
    • Only pry along the SIM tray edge of the battery to protect the display flex cable that runs under the center of the battery.

    • Insert a spudger or thin prying tool at a shallow angle to avoid bending the battery and pry it up from its adhesive.

    • Compare the new and the old part for any small components that need to be transferred like buttons or gaskets.

    • Never reinstall a battery that has been bent or damaged during removal.

    Good guide, repaired without problems

    Enrico - Yanıt

    Really good guide - mine seemed to have a lot more glue holding things down but eventually got it all apart, One additional thing - if you need to transplant the power and volume buttons from the old frame, they just sit in an opening on the side, but be aware that they may be glued into place.

    Rich Jeffery - Yanıt

    I agree with the comment above. I removed the on/off and volume buttons with an old style razor blade to cut through the glue between the body and the back of the buttons. Also I would recommend buying a new battery as I totally ruined mine trying to un-stick it from the old frame.

    Tim Henry - Yanıt

    Same from me: everything in instruction very accurate described except power/volume buttons replacement. Most of frames comming from Chine are without these buttons and transfer from old one is required ;)

    Rimantas Grigaliunas - Yanıt

    Yup, a lot of glue as well and I had to bend my battery slightly. I didn’t pierce or rip it though, so I risked putting in back with the new piece. It works, but battery performance is affected. I would recommend buying a new battery and changing it at the same time. The adhesive is already in place on the new frame, so no need for double sided tape.

    Georgeses - Yanıt

    Also volume up down and power buttons were not on the new frame. I had to get them from the new frame and they were glued were strongly.

    Before you consider taking them out, make sure to remember how the little gray plastic cover on top was put (that bit was not glued by the way, it’s the actual button underneath which is), since you may have a headache putting it back in place on the new frame. You will know you got it right when all three buttons “click” when all is done.

    As for the ungluing, the only way I could get them out was by first ungluing the screen with iopener/suction handle/picks (although my screen was way too broken for that too work, in the end I had to push through the broken screen by a small hole in the old frame, where the battery was before).

    Georgeses - Yanıt

    Once you get the screen off the old frame, there’s a small black tape where the buttons are on the other side. Remove it first, and from there you can see the buttons and push them out. You have to cut out the glue first though. I used one tip of the tweezers since they were thinner and stronger than the plastic spudge and “sawed” between the buttons and the frame, that’s where the glue is. Be careful to saw between the button and the frame and not between the circuits and the buttons (orange layer and metal piece), or you will wreck it. Also be careful when you reach the middle between the two volume buttons (I think, just check from the inside) since that is where the circuits merge into the flex that connects to the motherboard.

    Georgeses - Yanıt

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

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I finished to replace the display yesterday and everything is perfect , thanks ifixit

husam faraj - Yanıt

i replaced the display but the touchscreen doesn’t work

Michele Rappazzo - Yanıt

You can try to reopen the phone and check if the flex cable is plugged in correctly or if any cable is ripped. If you can’t find any damage and all cables are plugged in correctly it’s possibly an issue with the replacement part.

Dominik Schnabelrauch -

Hi, could you show how to replace the power button flex cable for a P9 Lite 2017? I would be greatful.

szaszisti - Yanıt

my powerbutton connection is also missing…

lorenz_untersulzner -

Ho riparato il cellulare e realmente la guida è fatta molto bene, Grazie!

Ermanno Marota - Yanıt

Great guide ! I added a few comments under the relevant steps for the following issues (they were my doing though, the guide is great) :

STEP 16 Be extra careful when removing the vibrator motor as it is rather easy to rip the flex.

STEP 17 I had to get the volume up/down and power buttons from the old frame and that proved tricky (see my comments under step 17). Mind you that is not the outer plastic button but the inner metal button and circuits. You will know it’s not there by pressing the buttons to see if they “click”.

*I STRONGLY RECOMMEND BUYING A NEW BATTERY TOGETHER WITH THE SCREEN* I was able to remove my battery without wrecking it but the slight deformation still affected battery performance in the end (a lot). I highly doubt it is possible to do this repair without harming the battery.

Georgeses - Yanıt

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