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Service Manual Database


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HTC Service Manuals / Dismantling Guides


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Here you will find a collection of Service Manuals, User Manuals, dismantling guides and disassembly videos.

The emphasis is placed on PDA Phones manufactured by HTC, but some of the more popular models form other makers are included. Many of the manuals are of a technical nature and are not designed for the everyday user. In fact, using these guides to dismantle your phone will invalidate your warranty. Unless you are a skilled technician or hobbyist, you should not be tempted to open these devices, as it is entirely possible you will turn your expensive piece of technology into an equally expensive brick. It is obvious therefore, that using any of the guides or Service Manuals, as an aid to dismantling your PDA / phone, is done at your own risk. I recommend www.xda-developers.com as a useful source of help and further information.

You may need to do a little detective work to identify whether there is a guide for your phone located here. This is because HTC produce the same device under different names and often with some branding differences on the outer casing. HTC have their own generic name for each phone, but when sold by a mobile service provider, it is given another name. The following are just a few of the Telecom Providers and brand names used to sell HTC manufactured phones: Dopod, Qtek, T-Mobile, O2, Verizon, Rogers, Orange, Cingular, Eten, MDA, AT&T, Vodaphone, XDA, E-Plus, HP iPaq, I-Mate, Qtek, Siemens etc.

The names given to these phones by HTC and the various re-sellers are many. Here is just a small sample of the different approaches taken by the distributors. Some choose a numbering system, others alpha-numeric systems and the most imaginative prefer to be influenced by myth, legend and ancient Greece: Blue Angel, Qtek 9090, PDA2K, Artemis, Kaiser, MDA Vario III, TyTN II, AT&T Tilt, 8925, Himalaya, II, MDA II, 2020, Hermes, TyTN, Trion, MDA Vario II, VPA Compact III, SPV M3100, Dopod CHT 9000, 838 Pro, Mercury, Trinity, p3600, Universal, 4040, IV, SPV M5000, Imate 2005, Wallaby, O2, T-Mobile MDA, 1010, Siemens SX-56, Breeze, MTeoR, I-Mate SP JAS, 8600, 595, Orange SPV C700. Athena, x7500, Amadeus, Vox, Charmer, Dopod 818+, Love, M700, Wizard, Prodigy, 9100, K-JAM, MDA Vario, O2 Mini S, SPV M3000, Cingular 8125, T-Mobile MDA, VPA compact II, Magician, i-Mate JAM and MDA Compact, Excallibur , s620, T-mobile Dash, Herald, Wing, P4350, Sonata, Tempo, Touch, Prophet, JamIn, S200, Neo, 818 Pro, Alpine, 2020i, PDA2, Phoebus, T-Mobile Shadow, Gene, P3400, Start Trek, 8500, I-mate Smart Flip, O2 Flame, Niki , Dual, Shift, Atom, O2 Atom Exec, rw6815, rw6818, HP iPAQ rw6828, Faraday, Cingular 2125, Audiovox PPC-6700, xv6700, Apache, Pharos, P3470, Eten G500/500+, M700, X600, X800, (CDMA), (GSM), Cruise, Diamond, Dual, P3300, P3470, P3600, P4350, P6300, P6500, TyTN II, S310, S620, S710, S730, Advantage, Shift, Blackstone, Dream, G1, Touch, Trinity, Trion, Typhoon, TyTn, Universal, Vario, Verizon, Vox, Charmer, Wallaby, Wizard, Diamond etc.


NB This database contains service manuals for smartphones pre-2011 ONLY.