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This is a step by step guide to take off and replace the screen on an Asus ZenFone 5 Lite.

You will find this guide helpful if your screen is damaged, including cracks and poor visual aesthetic (such as green lines streaking the phone).

  1. Use a thin plastic tool to peel the back cover of the phone off. Once the plastic tool has begun to pry the back off, slide the plastic tool around the edges of the phone to separate the adhesive holding the back on. Once all edges of the phone are disconnected, lift the back cover off. Be careful to keep the cover and the rest of the phone close together so as not to break the connecting band between the touch sensor on the cover and the motherboard of the phone.
    • Use a thin plastic tool to peel the back cover of the phone off. Once the plastic tool has begun to pry the back off, slide the plastic tool around the edges of the phone to separate the adhesive holding the back on. Once all edges of the phone are disconnected, lift the back cover off.

    • Be careful to keep the cover and the rest of the phone close together so as not to break the connecting band between the touch sensor on the cover and the motherboard of the phone.

    How long is the cable connected to the touch sensor? Exactly how close do the two pieces need to stay to avoid damaging the cable or the connection points?

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  2. Remove the seven Phillips #0 screws located on the bottom of the phone. One of the seven screws is covered by a white sticker with the letters “CS” on it. This screw can be removed with the sticker still attached. Simply pierce through the sticker with the screwdriver and unscrew as normal.
    • Remove the seven Phillips #0 screws located on the bottom of the phone.

    • One of the seven screws is covered by a white sticker with the letters “CS” on it. This screw can be removed with the sticker still attached. Simply pierce through the sticker with the screwdriver and unscrew as normal.

  3. Use the nylon spudger to pry off the lower cover. Use the opening tool to help lift it off. Use the nylon spudger to pry off the lower cover. Use the opening tool to help lift it off.
    • Use the nylon spudger to pry off the lower cover. Use the opening tool to help lift it off.

  4. Use a prying tool to gently pry off the connection that was previously hidden by the black cover.
    • Use a prying tool to gently pry off the connection that was previously hidden by the black cover.

    • Use one finger to hold down the charging port circuit board while prying off the connection to ensure it does not break.

  5. Locate the gold-tipped black wire attached to the charging port circuit board. Insert the plastic prying tool underneath the silver clasp and pry it off.
    • Locate the gold-tipped black wire attached to the charging port circuit board.

    • Insert the plastic prying tool underneath the silver clasp and pry it off.

  6. Insert a plastic prying tool on the left side of the charging port. Gently lift up the charging port and then remove using your hand. Insert a plastic prying tool on the left side of the charging port. Gently lift up the charging port and then remove using your hand.
    • Insert a plastic prying tool on the left side of the charging port. Gently lift up the charging port and then remove using your hand.

  7. The vibration motor is the circular metallic piece located at the bottom right of the phone.
    • The vibration motor is the circular metallic piece located at the bottom right of the phone.

    • Using the plastic spudger, pry up the vibration motor starting at the top right. The motor is held down with adhesive, so some force may be required.

  8. Remove the back cover of the phone with the suction cup and opening picks.
    • Remove the back cover of the phone with the suction cup and opening picks.

  9. Remove the two small screws and the small bracket with a Phillips #00 screwdriver.
    • Remove the two small screws and the small bracket with a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

  10. Use the iFixit blue plastic opening tool to remove the top connector that goes from the process board to the back of the phone.
    • Use the iFixit blue plastic opening tool to remove the top connector that goes from the process board to the back of the phone.

  11. Remove five small black screws from bottom black section of phone with a small screwdriver.
    • Remove five small black screws from bottom black section of phone with a small screwdriver.

  12. Remove the two small silver colored screws from the same black portion of the phone using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.
    • Remove the two small silver colored screws from the same black portion of the phone using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

  13. Pop out the connector that goes over the front of the battery and use the iFixit opening tool to remove it from the circuit board.
    • Pop out the connector that goes over the front of the battery and use the iFixit opening tool to remove it from the circuit board.

  14. Pop out the small black clip on top of the battery connecting it to the motherboard and then  fully remove the battery with the prying tool.
    • Pop out the small black clip on top of the battery connecting it to the motherboard and then fully remove the battery with the prying tool.

  15. Using the iFixit opening tool, remove the last of the 3 connectors on  the front screen.
    • Using the iFixit opening tool, remove the last of the 3 connectors on the front screen.

  16. Use a pair of small tweezers to remove the yellow tape from the aluminum shell
    • Use a pair of small tweezers to remove the yellow tape from the aluminum shell

  17. Using the suction cup and picks if necessary, fully remove the front screen.
    • Using the suction cup and picks if necessary, fully remove the front screen.

    • Replace the screen and reassemble your device.

결론

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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-Needs a good rework - removal of a vibration motor has nothing to do with screen replacement. Removal of the charge port has nothing to do with screen replacement. It does get back on track with step 9. Step 8 is duplicating what step 1 says.

-Ignoring steps 2 through 7 and jumping straight from 1 to 9, you can get the screen replacement job done.

-Most annoying thing in the wild: Everyone sort of skip how to safely remove the battery pack. Two videos use a metal prying tool. Here on step 14 we avoid the topic altogether and let the reader figure it out. that could definitely use lot more friendly advice to the reader on how to do it right.

-Beyond all of that, it pretty much gets the core ideas in place. Reassembly is also left to the reader to figure out for themselves.

Not trying to be negative - just suggesting areas a reader needs to consider

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