Hello, I’m Jan from iDoc. In this video, I’ll show you how to swap the display of your Huawei P9 Lite. This fix is a bit more difficult. You should plan about 30 minutes. I recommend the following tools: a Phillips screwdriver, ESD tweezers, a steel spatula, a plectrum, a suction cup and a spudger. You also need a hot air tool, because some components are very strongly glued. I also recommend a magnetic mat to sort the screws by length. You can find a step-by-step photo guide on our website. If you have questions, just add it here as a comment. We always welcome comments and criticism. Now have fun with our fix. Before I start the fix, I turn off the device to avoid short circuits. For the first step we have to remove the back cover. The back cover of the Huawei P9 Lite is clipped in all around the frame. We have to pry off all the clips. It’s also glued around the fingerprint sensor. To remove the display, place the suction cup far down on the phone. I can pull on the suction cup with some force to lift the back cover. Then I slide the plectrum between the frame and the back cover. Now I can pry open the individual clips. When removing the back cover, take care to pull it off clip by clip. If it doesn’t work the first time, you can use a second plectrum or pull a little stronger with your fingers. Move your plectrum all around the device one time. Then you can take off the back cover towards the top end. Since the Huawei P9 Lite’s fingerprint sensor is glued to the back cover, we recommend using some hot air to heat the glue and remove the back cover more easily. Once all clips are released, you can lift off the back cover. Next we remove the cover of the logic board. The cover is secured with nine Phillips screws. One of the screws is covered by a moisture indicator. We have to unscrew all the screws. Now we can take off the cover. Attention: 2 cables are still attached to the cover. You can try to remove the moisture indicator and put it back later. But usually it breaks. You can also just pierce it with a Phillips screwdriver. The screws of the cover are all the same length, so you can’t mix them up. Still we recommend you put them all in the same box on your magnetic mat. Now remove the cover. Remember that several cables are still attached under the cover. So let’s lift the cover. It’s clipped in at the camera and on one side. But you can unclip it easily by moving it around a little. Now you can carefully fold it open. Next we remove the flex fingerprint sensor flex cable. Stick a spudger under the contact and carefully pry it off. Now we remove the glued NFC tag contact. Since it’s glued on, you can use some hot air to get it off. Then simply slide a steel spatula under the contact and pry it off. Now let’s remove the speaker and the cover of the lower circuit board. The cover is attached with seven screws. This time we have two different screw lengths and another moisture indicator. Now we can take out the cover together with the speaker. Simply use grab one corner with tweezers and take it out. Now we can remove the flex cable connecting the two circuit boards. Slide your spudger under the contact on one circuit board, pry it off, and repeat on the other side. Now take out the cable. Next we disconnect the antenna and remove it from the device. Disconnect the contacts and take the antenna out of the frame. Then we can remove the battery. First disconnect the battery from the logic board. Since the battery is glued, we recommend heating it with hot air. Now we remove the rear camera. First slide your spudger under its connector. Pry it off and take the camera out of the frame. To remove the motherboard, we need to disconnect three more contacts. First the volume key connector, then another one for the display, and then the one on top for the audio port. Now we can take out the whole circuit board. I use the spudger to carefully lift the circuit board. It comes off easily. Now I can remove the entire board. In order to remove the audio port, we first remove the rubber gasket. It’s slightly glued on, but is easy to get off. Now use your steel spatula to pry out the audio port and just take it out of the frame. Next we remove the earpiece. It’s also stuck in and glued a little. Now we remove the lower circuit board. The board is clipped in on top and glued at the lower edge. Again use your steel spatula to carefully unglue it step by step. Now take the whole circuit board out of the frame. Now we remove the vibration motor. The vibration motor is also glued. First unglue it carefully with your steel spatula Next, let’s remove the volume key buttons and their plastic cover. First take the plastic cover out of the frame. Now pull the cable set out of the frame. It’s also slightly glued. Here we have our spare part. The display and the frame come as one unit. There are some adhesive strips in the display unit. They hold the components in place, which we are now going to put back in. Let’s remove the protective films. Start with the films for the display cable. Now press and glue the display cable. Now remove all other protective films on the spare part. Let’s put it back together. First insert the cable set for the volume keys. Also put the plastic cover back in. First we put the vibration motor back in. Position it and press to glue it in. The vibration motor is installed. Now we can replace the lower circuit board. Latch it in at the top and press it in around the USB port to fix it in place. Then we put the earpiece back in. Just put it in and align it. Then press to glue it in. Do the same for the audio port. Put it in, align it and press to glue it in. Now we put back the rubber gasket of the audio port and align it. Now we put the motherboard back in. Bend the cables a bit to the side so they don’t get pinched in or stuck under the board. Align the circuit board and press to make it snap into place. Now reconnect the connectors: first the audio port, then the volume keys, and then the display. Now we put the camera back into the device and reconnect the connector to the motherboard. Then we put the battery back in the device. Press the battery a little to make it stick, so it doesn’t move around. The battery is firmly in place. Now we can reconnect it to the logic board. Now put back the flex cable connecting the two circuit boards. The flex cable has two different connectors in two different sizes. In order to install it correctly, the arrow must point upwards. The connectors should snap into place. If it doesn’t work the first time, just take off the cable again and try again. Now reinstall the lower cover with the speaker. Just put it on, snap it on screw it back in. Next reinstall the top cover. First of all, place it on the side and reconnect the NFC tag. Then reconnect the fingerprint sensor cable. Then flip the cover around and use the Phillips screws to fasten it. Now you can put on the back cover again. Just press it down all around the device to make it click into place. Finally, put the SIM tray back in the device. That was our fix. I hope you enjoyed it. If you have questions about this fix, use the comment function. We always welcome your suggestions for new videos. If you want to see every latest fix, subscribe to our channel!