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BlackBerry Bold 9900 Disassembled and Reassembled On Video

I don’t know, perhaps if you own a BlackBerry Bold 9900 smartphone and feel the need to take your beloved device apart and put it back together for some strange reason, you just might like some video footage of how to accomplish such a feat as not to get left with parts where you have no idea where they go.

So to that end a video of the disassembling and reassembling of the BlackBerry Bold 9900 has now hit the net waves and comes our way courtesy of the guys over at Engadget and by way of the PDAparts YouTube page.

The taking apart and putting back together of the BlackBerry OS 7 sporting handset runs for just over eight and a half minutes and offers direction on how to replace the screen assembly, along with other parts found in the BlackBerry smartphone.

Here’s the blurb from the video page…” http://www.directfix.com presents the Blackberry Bold 9900 teardown and screen replacement directions. This will give you step by step free video directions on replacing a screen assembly for the blackberry 9900 bold and how to replace other parts for the Blackberry 9900. Also included if the reassembly directions on how to put the blackberry 9900 back together once you have taken it apart and replaced the broken part that you needed to repair. For 7% off your first order on our webpage DirectFix.com use coupon code YOUTUBE7 at checkout for a limited time only. This will help you remove the Bold 9900 screen for replacement or repair.”

So with that said all that remains is for the BlackBerry faithful to head on down and mash the play button to check out this teardown of the Research In Motion handset, and of course if any of our BlackBerry Bold 9900 toting readers try this out please feel free to let us know how you get on…enjoy.

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2 thoughts on “BlackBerry Bold 9900 Disassembled and Reassembled On Video”

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    Mik2014 says:

    Your video is ok until the reassembly point where the screen is inserted back into the frame. You`ve terribly oversimplified the most difficult part of the process and proved to the viewer that the video has been edited to simplify the process which makes it misleading and discredits you. Sorry, my 5 cents as i am still sitting here attempting that same screen reassembly step for the last 30 minutes with zero progress thus far. I am going onto youtube to search out a better video. You do not even show the orientation of the frame before placing the board back in, not do you indicate how the screen must slide properly into place! Also no info on how to slide the clip for the ribbon cable insertion or removal although you show it just using your finger to slide it. Not so simple on mine, thank you. And this isnt my first phone repair, I`m an electronics engineer so a bit familiar with this typê of thing. Ugh, Very little to No help at all.

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