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All screws are #00, so the information on the dissasembly is useless.
There are only changes in the lenght and minimal changes in the tread width.
Also, there's one with a nut that is never mentioned in the dissasembly.
I took mine apart thinking on just using the screen and battery, but then when i found out it's impossible, i'm trying to put it togheter after getting a new connector for the proprietary cable. Will use it as a Pandora receiver in my audio receiver.
To help someone with the same problem in the future, here's the list of screws.
* 9x short one (1mm x 1.5mm)
* 2x short and thin ones (0.95mm x 2mm)
* 8x medium (1.25mm x 3mm)
* 1x 3mm
* 1x 4mm
* 1x brass nut
-i will probably use the 2x ones to close the bottom of the finished case
+The short ones are to attach buttons and vibrating motor to the chorme trim
-the 9x short ones to secure the logic board
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-the longer ones wherever it feel like... probably on the connector/mic/speaker piece.
+the 8x medium ones are to attach the logic board (incl one on top left to secure mother board AND silent switch)

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Mensagem original de: gcb ,

Texto:

All screws are #00, so the information on the dissasembly is useless.

There are only changes in the lenght and minimal changes in the tread width.

Also, there's one with a nut that is never mentioned in the dissasembly.

I took mine apart thinking on just using the screen and battery, but then when i found out it's impossible, i'm trying to put it togheter after getting a new connector for the proprietary cable. Will use it as a Pandora receiver in my audio receiver.

To help someone with the same problem in the future, here's the list of screws.

* 9x short one (1mm x 1.5mm)
* 2x short and thin ones  (0.95mm x 2mm)
* 8x medium (1.25mm x 3mm)
* 1x 3mm
* 1x 4mm
* 1x brass nut

i will probably use the 2x ones to close the bottom of the finished case

the 9x short ones to secure the logic board

the longer ones wherever it feel like... probably on the connector/mic/speaker piece.

Status:

open