If you’re looking to take apart your Blackberry 9320, this is the right place, as our disassembly guide will show you the way! Necessary for removing the screen, or keypad, doing it in a safe way will allow you to keep your phone nice. Thankfully, as with models before it, the Blackberries are not too hard to dismantle. Before starting, do make sure that you are aware of what you are doing, and that you have the correct tools – as improvising may cause damage to your phone.

Steps:

1) Turn off the phone, remove the battery, SIM card and microSD card.

2) Using your case tool, you can remove the bezel at the bottom of the phone.

3) This give the four Torx T6 screws to be released: two from the phone, and two from the rear.

4) Using the case tool, the front of the phone can now be removed. This also allows the keypad to be removed, which is simply a mat and sits on the board. This part is easy to replace.

5) The lens can be removed by applying a little pressure. Don’t use too much otherwise it may snap.

6) On the underside, there are four more Torx T6 screws on the front face. Once undone, this gives access to the main board. The screen is connected to the main board via ribbon connector which needs to be removed.

7) Reassembly is a reversal of these steps. Take care that you have kept any screws or parts removed during the process as you will need them to reassemble the handset.

Need accessories for your Blackberry 9320? Visit our shop.

Related posts:

Share →

One Response to Blackberry 9320 Disassembly Dismantle Guide

  1. James says:

    I’m having a bit of trouble putting on the keypad because i got a new one because my old one broke when i was trying to put it back. Please help are there any instructions for this.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

* Copy This Password *

* Type Or Paste Password Here *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

More in Blackberry (4 of 9 articles)
bb8520