Wednesday, May 04, 2016

Blu Studio 5.5 S – Disassembling procedure – How to remove the case – How to remove the battery – How to replace the speaker – Mobiles and Smartphones repair and service

Category: Mobiles and Smartphones Repair and Service

Contents of this article 

  • How to remove the case 
  • How to remove the middle frame 
  • How to replace the speakers 

Blu Studio 5.5 S

DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE 
In order to remove the back case, start by flipping the phone to the back side and look at the top.
Place your finger in the small notch on the left side of the charging port. (facing from the back).
Once your finger is in the notch, pull towards yourself, which will remove the back case.
How to remove the Battery
Once the back case is removed, locate the battery, it is the large brick embedded in the phone. It has BLU Products, Caution and a barcode on it.
Insert your finger into the notch near the lower left of the battery, apply pressure and lift up.
How to remove the Midframe
The speaker is located behind the inner back case. Using a Philips #0 Screw Driver, unscrew the 10, 7mm screw.
Using the Philips #0 Screw Driver, unscrew the two, 10mm screws at the bottom.
How to remove the Aesthetic Bottom Case
Apply pressure and pop off the bottom aesthetic case, careful not to break it.
Start by lifting a side of the battery housing lightly to help release the sides.
Use a Spudger to remove the inner back case by raising the side of the battery housing then sliding it along the ledges.
It is recommended you start popping the top section of the back inner case first.
Once the case is completely free it should come off easy.
How to remove the Speaker
Use the Spudger to pop the inner back casing off, do this by starting on the side of the battery housing by raising the side up lightly, then sliding the Spudger around the case.
Pick up the inner back case and flip it over.
It is recommended you start popping the top section of the back inner case first.
The speaker is located on the bottom of the back inner case. To remove it, use a pair of angled tweezers.
Insert the tweezers, on the side of the speaker, and pull up, make sure the metal piece and the speaker come out as shown.
Only put the tweezers in enough to gain leverage.