J4TFOI: Stripped some screws while trying to repair damn thing. Don't have the tools to remove stripped screws. This type of crap is why I'm avoiding going back into IT. Glad it was my own phone & not a customers
Tyler Dearden: I need some help please,I have the spots on my Motorola droid x so I bought a used phone to repair it when back together the buttons on bottom light up but screen is black. I checked the used phone out when it got here and all was working fine, any ideas please. I would be grateful,thank you.
Gary Marchlewicz: Thank you
jsnthurst1: I figured out that it's the microphone gasket.
jsnthurst1: A little black rubber piece with a hole in the center and labeled with a tiny "115" number on it. I don't see where it came from. Anbody know?
Repairs Universe: Awesome, no problem!
muddmickey: I just ordered it and will give it a shot. Thanks for the advice.
Repairs Universe: Yes often times a loose cable or internal component is responsible for problems like that. Also, it's possible the Keypad Flex Cable became damaged during the repair. It may be worth trying to replace. We have the part available at RepairsUniverse (dot) com.
muddmickey: Great video thank you. I got mine back together but now the 4 hard keys on the bottom don't work and they don't light up. I took it apart again 3 times and checked and double-checked as I assume I have a cable loose. What do you think?
Repairs Universe: Tools needed to repair the Droid X include:
ESD Nylon Spudger
Plastic Pry Tool Set (Large & Small)
T3 Torx Screwdriver
T5 Torx Screwdriver
NatosportsApparel: You have various Motorola Toolkit Versions. Which took kit version would replace the DroidX?
Repairs Universe: It sounds like you need to replace the LCD screen. We have the part available for purchase at RepairsUniverse (dot) com. On the site you can also inquire with more questions via Live Chat or E-mail.
William Scott: Mine has black dots on my screen wat should i do
Repairs Universe: You're welcome. Great to hear!
Taylor Gone: Fakest british accent ever
Repairs Universe: If its not damaged and or broken during the dis assembly it should be.
CraftinGood: If you take the screen off, ist it still useable
Urivan Flores: I just replaced the screen of one of my Droid X devices, it started developing big black spots in several places on the screen. Thanks to your tutorial I was able to complete the task in about 40 min. Thanks!
Steve Meisner: Would a Droid X2 screen work on a Droid X?
Alan Maier: Excellent tutorial - thank you for making it.
Motorola Droid X LCD Screen Replacement Repair Instructions5
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