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How To Power On And Unlock A Realme 7




Important Note Before We Begin

Before we dive into the disassembly steps, it’s crucial to understand that opening your Realme 7 voids the manufacturer’s warranty. If your phone is under warranty and requires repairs, it’s recommended to reach out to Realme’s customer service or an authorized service center. Additionally, opening the phone yourself can be intricate and might cause damage if not done correctly. Proceed with caution and only if you’re comfortable with delicate electronic procedures.

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Realme Battery Replacement Realme Narzo Pro / Realme Narzo Battery Replacement Process

Tools and Materials Required

To successfully open your Realme pry tool, a set of precision screwdrivers (including a Torx screwdriver), a suction cup, and an iFixit opening pick (or a thin plastic card) are essential. You’ll also need a clean, well-lit workspace and a shallow container to store the screws you remove during disassembly.

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How to Open Realme / Pro Back Panel Realme Disassembly Realme Teardown

Power Down and Remove the SIM Card Tray

For safety reasons, always power down your Realme 7 completely before attempting any disassembly. Locate the power button and hold it down until the power menu appears. Tap on “Power off” and confirm to shut down the phone. Once powered off, use the SIM card ejector tool (usually included in the phone’s packaging) to remove the SIM card tray.

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Realme Disassembly / Realme Teardown All Internal Parts of Realme How to Open Realme

Heating the Back Panel (Optional)

The Realme 7’s back panel is likely secured with strong adhesive. Applying heat can help soften the adhesive, making the removal process easier. A hair dryer set to low heat is a suitable option. However, be mindful not to overheat the device, as this can damage internal components. Heat the back panel for a few minutes, focusing on the edges where the panel meets the frame.

Prying Up the Back Panel

H3: Using the Suction Cup

Carefully place the suction cup on the lower portion of the back panel. Ensure a firm grip is established. Gently pull upwards with steady, controlled force. If the back panel doesn’t readily detach, reapply heat for a short period.

H3: Inserting the Opening Pick

If the suction cup method proves ineffective, you can use the iFixit opening pick (or a thin plastic card) to pry open the back panel. Locate the seam between the back panel and the frame. Carefully insert the pick along the seam, starting from the bottom. Slowly maneuver the pick around the edges, prying the back panel loose from the frame. Be cautious not to pry excessively, as this can damage the delicate components or cables underneath.

Removing the Back Panel Screws

Once you’ve successfully pried up the back panel enough to create a small gap, locate the screws securing it to the frame. The exact screw locations and types may vary slightly depending on your Realme 7 model. Consult a reliable disassembly guide specific to your model for precise screw placement information. Use the appropriate precision screwdriver to remove these screws carefully and place them in the container you prepared earlier.

Disconnecting the Fingerprint Sensor Cable

With the back panel partially detached, you’ll likely encounter a flex cable connecting the fingerprint sensor to the motherboard. This cable is fragile and needs careful handling. Locate the connector where the cable attaches to the motherboard. Use a spudger tool (or your fingernail, if done with extreme care) to gently pry the connector upwards to disconnect the fingerprint sensor cable.

Disconnecting Other Internal Cables (if necessary)

Depending on the specific repair you intend to perform, you might need to disconnect additional internal cables. These cables typically connect the display assembly, cameras, or other components to the motherboard. Identify the connectors and carefully pry them upwards with a spudger tool to disconnect them. Remember to take note of the cable placement for reassembly later.

Separating the Back Panel

Once all the screws are removed and the necessary cables are disconnected, you should be able to completely detach the back panel from the frame. Gently lift the back panel and place it on a clean, flat surface.

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