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.
rtangs: Thanks for the video. I just followed it (with great trepidation) to
replace my LCD and everything's working fine now.
CraftinGood: If you take the screen off, ist it still useable
Mitchell Dubois: is there a difference between the droid x mb809 and mb810 screens? I can't
seem to find the screen for 809 and it seems that I can't use the 810.
Repairs Universe: @schoolsucksbitch1 You need the touch screen digitizer replacement to
replace the broken glass. We have this at RepairsUniverse (dot) com
Repairs Universe: We offer FREE tech support for our customers! RepairsUniverse (dot) com
Jason Yost II: While doing this repair please be careful of the camera button chip on the
back side of the phone. I broke mine while taking the cover off. Other than
that, successful repair!
Repairs Universe: Thank you very much Dannyhart8
Repairs Universe: Yes this is correct. You will have no issues with our parts.
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.
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.
Repairs Universe: @gamer44491 No... we did not. It was a phone we were repairing for someone.
sanjeeva7: @sanjeeva7 No luck phone won't POST.
adyyy22: Question. I dropped my phone few days ago. 1st i got thin line which spread
in to couple of lines which are clearing up now. This seems to be ok,
however, i left the phone in the sun for only 2/3 min, when i turned it on,
black dot showed up. This dot has slight halo around it. Would this be
fixed if i was to replace the LCD screen? Thank you in advance.
Repairs Universe: If its not damaged and or broken during the dis assembly it should be.
Repairs Universe: Same device different name. mb809= milestone mb810=droidx RepairsUniverse
Repairs Universe: You're welcome. Great to hear!
casper9013: My T3 is too large for the screws for some reason. Any thoughts?
Alan Maier: Excellent tutorial - thank you for making it.
Repairs Universe: Touch screen digitizer = outer glass(clear) LCD = Liquid crystal display
(black) Talk with us on our site for more info at RepairsUniverse (dot) com
Brandon Osuji: just bricked my dam phone also. i dont think i could pay 20$ for a cable
when i payed the same for the lcd replacement.
Repairs Universe: We are not offering repair services at the current time. Our tech support
can assist you though, via email or live chat if you have issues with the
repair you placed with us.
jsnthurst1: I figured out that it's the microphone gasket.
5up3r1337gring0: Used this video as a guide and it worked flawlessly on my
never-before-opened droid x! Quick tip: The cable from the LCD needs to be
FIRMLY reseated in the jaw connector for it to work. I thought I had it in
there, but got frustrated when after two attempts, the screen wouldn't
display anything. Went back in and noticed the cable goes far enough into
the connector so that only the outside white line on the cable is visible;
the inside one will be covered by the connector flap. GREAT VIDEO!
Repairs Universe: Thank you for the positive feedback!
adyyy22: I have Droid X
Steve Meisner: Would a Droid X2 screen work on a Droid X?
wut2dew: I love DIY!! I fixed my phone which is almost 2 years old and with a
factory reset I can extend the life while I save up for whatever the next
big thing is! Thank you!
Danny Hart: This is the best. saw the video, thought what the heck..looks simple enough
and if it doesn't work i can get a new phone. this took an hour. My lcd
screen had burn marks.(had it in 118 degree heat for about 2 min!!! then
back in ac car...but too late) The only comment I wish utube would go
backwards...so I could put it back together. it's a little tricky with the
little cables...but I guess I got it right...This video is really
great...ps repair universe was fast and zero complaints.
NatosportsApparel: You have various Motorola Toolkit Versions. Which took kit version would
replace the DroidX?
Lorena Leon: so I cant take off the four T3 screws on the corners I might have ruined
the screws is there another way to get them out?
diedraneous133: Thank you so much for this video! I was considering replacing my screen and
was not sure if I should do so - after watching this video, I am planning
on buying the parts from your store and replacing the screen myself. I will
let you guys know how it goes. Thank you!
Bruce Lucas: Great informative video! Thanks for uploading
Repairs Universe: What was the original reason you replaced the LCD? It could be the reason
why the device is functioning properly.
Wolfraven004: a little chip fell out of the droid x housing, i'm thinking it goes to the
camera button does anyone know how it goes back in
Repairs Universe: LCD issue. For more info chat with us. RepairsUniverse (dot) com
FotopNation: When removing the first ribbon connector, there is this like black sticky
covering over it, how do i remove this?
Repairs Universe: @Coolguy2397 Currently we are not able to do repairs on the Droid X as we
are a tech short. However if you follow the video closely and take your
time you should have no issue. Or you can check around for a local repair
shop. The screen you will need to replace is the LCD display screen.
Repairs Universe: I suggest the motherboard. Perhaps its not getting enough power? Try
keeping it plugged in.
sanjeeva7: You said T5 torx screwdriver?
sanjeeva7: Taking it apart is easy thanks to this video. Putting it back no so much:(
I have a paperweight right now. Those ribbon cables are tricky, I even
tried to secure it with tape.
Repairs Universe: You can try using a rubber band at the end of the screwdriver for added
Repairs Universe: @sanjeeva7 Likely the issue. Try some tape and hopefully that will keep
them in place until the housing is on - from there, the pressure of the
housing should not allow them to slip. Good luck!
latintiger: say i was wondering if you can do one with the Cowon j3 mp3 player? great
vid by the way 5/5
juanjeremy2012: to me "100% original" means it the exact same component that originally
came with the phone--is that the case?
juanjeremy2012: so is the replacement screen youre selling as good quality as the original
David Degnan: I'll be doing this very soon to replace the LCD, I hope that's my only
problem or I'm out $40 and would still need to buy a new one :/ here's to
hoping it all goes well! Thanks for the video
Repairs Universe: You will need the T5 and the T3 screws for this device.
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!
Motorola Droid X LCD Screen Replacement Repair Instructions4.8
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