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Old 12-21-2009, 04:19 AM
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Talking HTC DIAMOND CDMA (6950) housing

I just come here first.First at all just say "Hello".

Please help me to find answer...as below;
1. Where I can find new full housing for Diamond CDMA version.

2. And when I saw at back of housing. It have 4 sticker on it (4 red regtengular shape in below picture).It look like some antenna ? What is it ? ... It seem easy to damage if replaced new housing.
Please see this picture that I compare between CDMA & GSM version.



(credited picture to pmmbobo who sell GSM's housing in eBay)

So Any one used to replaced please advise.

Thanks you in advance.
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Old 12-22-2009, 12:31 AM
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Re: HTC DIAMOND CDMA (6950) housing

I've looked EVERYWHERE, no one sells the CDMA housing unfortunately...I think it's because soldering MIGHT be involved...not sure though.
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Old 12-22-2009, 07:20 AM
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Re: HTC DIAMOND CDMA (6950) housing

im just going to say this. if you havent downloaded the service manuals for these phones i suggest you do. it isnt fun taking these apart. i have taken a mogul and that was fairly easy. the TP and Diamond are build so much better than the older HTC devices. you will need more than just the housing if you replace it. although some cases will come with what you need. i will locate the service manuals for you if i can find them again. although if you cannot wait i suggest google...

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Re: HTC DIAMOND CDMA (6950) housing

good luck finding a housing my friend. even on ebay trying to find a battery is hard, their all from overseas. i take it the diamond wasn't a very popular device. just buy a new one or do an upgrade, that's what im doing in the next few months.
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Old 12-22-2009, 06:07 PM
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Re: HTC DIAMOND CDMA (6950) housing

Even if you find a housing for it, you won't be able to build one on your own unless you're a master electrician, and unfortunately I'm not joking, lots of work involved in soldering everything together, nothing like the GSM versions.
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Re: HTC DIAMOND CDMA (6950) housing

Thank for all...
May be forget it about housing.

About Service manual ,Any one have CDMA version ?

I search many sites, only found GSM version.

Thanks again.
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Old 12-23-2009, 08:33 PM
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Re: HTC DIAMOND CDMA (6950) housing

So to replace the digitizer and LCD it just won't happen?
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