HTC Kaiser Mobile Phone, size: 7.9 MB
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Part Number: P4550
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User reviews and opinions
|nuit5||10:11pm on Sunday, August 29th, 2010|
|I support four of the 8525/8925 devices. They are awesome devices. They just do not work well enough or reliably enough for business. I bought this phone recently directly from AT&T and I am more that satisfied with the features and its overall quality. The phone is a little bulky,...|
|aparte||5:00am on Friday, June 18th, 2010|
|These phones are very easy to fall in love with. The 8525 is very buggy and the 8925 is only marginally better. The white screen of death.|
|codac||12:31am on Sunday, May 9th, 2010|
|My contract finally ended with ATT a few months ago and with it that glorious time we all look forward to: new phone selection day. This time. Play movies & MP3, MS Office, Email tools, Wi-Fi, easy to use ok camera, wireless internet connection is slow but it is fine|
|kmthomas||6:32pm on Thursday, May 6th, 2010|
|I love the tilt. It has built in gps and can use up to 8gb of extra storage. Has 3mp camera for excellent pics/ videos. Good battery life, too. The new HTC 8925 is awesome|
|Lilongjag||1:04am on Tuesday, March 30th, 2010|
|It is a pocketpc. You will have many many possibilities. Hi: I have had the AT&T Tilt PDA phone for a month now and am just starting to use it to its fullest.|
|andrealeslie02||6:01pm on Monday, March 22nd, 2010|
|It is terrible for $500+ phone Nice looking phone, Wi-Fi, Tilt Screen, Fast, Good Sound Quality, Nice Keyboard and GPS. Atractive design, very easy to use, voice commands, finger sensitive and still have the pen...|
|heatherbowater||11:17am on Friday, March 19th, 2010|
|No apparent performance increase over original I purchased this battery as a replacement for the original which seemed to be running down very quickly... HTC 8925 HTC 8925 i ordered, i am not satisfied with this product. Event it is not playing youtube video and it is worst compare to E63.|
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Personalize Your PDA Phone
A. Change the Today screen
Tap Start > Settings > Personal tab > Today.
Go Online and Surf the Web
Go online by turning on Wi-Fi on your device.
Note If there is no Wi-Fi hotspot in your area, you can still connect to the Internet by using the GPRS/3G or dial-up service of your wireless service provider. Refer to the User Manual to learn how to connect using GPRS/3G or dial up.
Get E-mail Using Your PDA Phone
Get your e-mail on your device. Set up your device so you can send and receive e-mails using your favorite e-mail service.
Read Me First
This Read Me First will help you get started with using your Windows Mobile 6 Professional powered device We recommend that you have this guide handy when you start using your device. For a more complete reference, consult the User Manual that came with the device.
B. Set the date and time
Tap Start > Settings > System tab > Clock & Alarm > Time tab.
C. Manage power settings
Tap Start > Settings > System tab > Power > Advanced tab.
Select this option
Tap Start > Programs > Comm Manager and tap the WLAN button.
Select the wireless network you want to connect to and tap OK.
Select The Internet and tap Connect.
Tap Start > Messaging > New E-mail Account.
Type in your E-mail address and tap Next.
Tap Next. If unsuccessful, you need to manually enter the settings in the succeeding screens.
Whats in the Box
These are the items that you should find inside the box. 6 1. PDA phone 2. USB Sync Cable 3. AC Adapter 7 4
User Manu al
If you are connecting to a secured wireless network, you may need to enter a Key for that network connection before you can connect to it.
Use Internet Explorer Mobile (tap Start > Internet Explorer) to surf the Web.
Secure Your PDA Phone
Protect your device from unauthorized access by enabling the SIM PIN and/or Device lock.
Take a Picture
Take out your device and capture those precious moments. The photo is automatically saved in your device after you shoot unless you choose to delete it in the Review screen. Press to send the photo via MMS or e-mail. Refer to the User Manual to learn more about the Camera.
A. To enable SIM PIN
Enabling the SIM PIN requires you to enter a password first before you can use the phone features of the device. You can enable the SIM PIN by tapping Start > Settings > Personal tab > Phone and selecting Require PIN when phone is used.
B. To enable device lock
Enabling the device lock requires you to enter a password to unlock the device after it has been left idle for a set period of time. 1. Tap Start > Settings > Personal tab > Lock. 2. Select the Prompt if device unused for check box and enter the time you want. 3. Select the Password type. 4. Enter and confirm the password, then tap OK.
Press the CAMERA button all the way. The screen orientation automatically switches to landscape mode when you use the camera.
Type in Your Name and Account display name. Tap Next.
Type in the User name and Password for the e-mail account. Tap Next.
Select the frequency to send and receive e-mail. Tap Finish.
4. Stereo Headset 5. Pouch 6. Battery 7. User Manual, Read Me First
You can synchronize your device with your companys Microsoft Exchange server so you get your company e-mails on your device. Refer to the user manual to learn how to get your company e-mails on your device.
8. Getting Started Disc
C. To enable key lock
Enabling key lock helps prevent accidental key presses when the device is in your pocket or bag. Lock the keys by tapping the Launcher tab ( To unlock, tap Unlock. ) on HTC Home and then tapping.
Tap to change camera settings.
Press ENTER to take the shot.
The camera comes with an auto-focus function to let you capture sharp and crisp photos and videos of your subjects. Depending on the option you have chosen in Shoot Option, you will need to either press the CAMERA button half-way or all the way to take a photo.
Before You Turn On.
A. Install the SIM Card
B. Install a microSD card (not included in box)
D. Charge the battery
The battery is not fully charged out of the box. Charge the battery by plugging the AC adapter plug to an electrical outlet and plugging the USB end to the sync connector port at the bottom of the device. The battery is fully charged after about 3 hours of charging.
The device comes with various onscreen input methods and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Use the preferred input method to enter information and type messages on the device.
Synchronize Your PDA Phone and PC
Synchronize your PC with your device to keep information such as contacts, tasks, and appointments up-to-date on your device.
Slide out the keyboard. SIM card door Before opening the SIM card door, make sure you turn off the device first. Opening the SIM card door while the device is turned on may damage the device.
Insert the microSD card with the gold contacts facing down and then close the cover.
Open the rubber cover
Set up synchronization software on your PC
Depending on the Operating System (OS) of your PC, you will need either Microsoft ActiveSync 4.5 (or later) or Windows Mobile Device Center to synchronize your device with your PC.
Set up ActiveSync on Windows XP
To remove the microSD card, press it to pop it out of the slot.
Install ActiveSync 4.5 on your PC from the Getting Started Disc.
Set up Windows Mobile Device Center on Windows Vista
C. Install the battery
E. Turn on/off the device
Press and hold the POWER button for about 3 to 5 seconds to turn on or off the device. When turning off, a message will appear on the screen. Tap Yes to turn off the device.
Slide the SIM card door lock to the left and flip the door open.
Insert the SIM card.
Close and lock the SIM card door.
Slide the back cover upward to remove it.
Install the battery and replace the cover.
When using the onscreen input method, tap the arrow beside the input method icon to open a menu where you can select the input method to use.
Connect your device to your PC. The Synchronization Setup Wizard automatically starts and guides you to create a synchronization partnership. Click Next to proceed. To synchronize your device with your PC, clear the Synchronize directly with a server running Microsoft Exchange check box and click Next.
Connect your device to your PC. Windows Mobile Device Center will open. On the screen, click Set up your device.
The PDA Phone
HTC Home is a Today screen plug-in that gives you up-to-date local information at a glance, such as time, day and weather information, and shows new messages and missed calls.
Send a Text Message
Send out short text messages to another mobile phone.
Make a Voice or Video Call
To make a voice call
Press. On the phone screen, tap the phone number you want to call and press your device. on
HTC Home also has 3 other tabs that let you quickly access your frequently-called contacts, often-used or accessed programs or device settings, and sound settings.
Tap Start > Messaging > SMS \ MMS.
To make a video call
Press. On the phone screen, tap the phone number you want to call and tap the phone screen. Refer to the User Manual for more details. on
Hardware keyboard Touch Screen Soft Keys Talk
Select the information you want to synchronize and click Next.
For hands-free operation, connect your device with the wired headset or Bluetooth headset (not included) to your device.
Select the information types that you want to synchronize, then click Next. Click Finish.
Start menu Internet Explorer
Navigation Control / ENTER
Tap Menu > New > SMS.
Enter the mobile phone number* in To and then write your message. Tap Send.
To learn how to connect a Bluetooth headset to your device, refer to the User Manual.
* You can also tap To to choose a contact from your SIM card or Contacts list.
Type in a name for your PDA phone and click Set Up.
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Kaiser Service Manual
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REVISION CONTROL TABLE REV AX01 A01 DATE 2007/06/07 2007/08/31 CONTENTS Fist Draft 1. Modify product overview 2. include warranty and LDI label to label plan 3. Add RF spec 1. Add 2.3 Assembly Tips 2. Correct Screw P/N to 72H02293-00M in 9.1 SPL for repair 3. Add 5.1 Main board leakage current test procedure 1. Add repair notice for Qwerty keypad assembly procedure in page 33 2. Add TOPPOLY LCD into assembly tips in page 38 3. Modify SPL note and photo for adding Refurbishment item DEPT PSE PSE REVISED Justin_Hsu Justin_Hsu STAGE CVT MV
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Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION......4 1.1 1.2 PRODUCT FEATURES.....5 PRODUCT OVERVIEW......11
2. DEVICE DISASSEMBLING AND ASSEMBLING PROCEDURE...18 2.1 2.2 2.3 DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE.....18 ASSEMBLING PROCEDURE.....27 ASSEMBLY TIPS.....38
3. ROM RE-FLASH PROCEDURE.....40 3.1 3.2 ROM UPGRADE THRU RUU (RE-FLASH UPGRADE UTILITY)...40 ROM IMAGE UPGRADE THRU SD CARD....43
4. DIAGNOSTIC PROGRAM.....45 4.1 LIST OF DIAGNOSTIC / WINCE TEST ITEMS....45
5. POWER MEASUREMENT TEST....55 5.1 5.2 MAIN BOARD LEAKAGE CURRENT TEST PROCEDURE....55 BATTERY RUNDOWN TEST PROCEDURE....59
6. COSMETIC INSPECTION CRITERIA....64 6.1 6.2 6.3 CLASSES DEFINITION OF INSPECTIVE AREA....64 DISPLAY INSPECTION......65 MAIN UNIT INSPECTION.....65
7. GENERIC TROUBLESHOOTING.....66 8. GENERIC LABELING PLAN.....71 9. GENERIC SPARE PART LIST AND PHOTOS....82 9.1 9.2 10. SPL FOR REPAIR.....82 BOARD LEVEL 2.5 REPAIRS....88
RF ANTENNA SPECIFICATION.....93
10.1 EU ANTENNA......93 10.2 US ANTENNA......94
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This manual provides the technical information to support the service activities of Kaiser. This document contains highly confidential information, so any or all of this document should not be revealed to any third party.
Chapter 1: Introduction-This Chapter is about Products features and basic Product function. After reading this chapter, you will know what feature the product has and basic hardware operation. Also you will know how to perform soft-rest and hard-rest in this chapter. Chapter 2: Device Dissembling and Assembling Procedure- After reading this chapter, you will learn how to disassemble and assemble the product. Also, you will know what tools to use and the torque. Please follow the instruction to dissemble the unit to prevent from damaging the unit. Chapter 3: ROM Re-flash Procedure- After reading this chapter, you will learn how to perform the ROM image re-flesh by using RUU and SD-Card. Also you can find the steps of enter the boot loader mode. Chapter 4: DIAGNOSTIC PROGRAM- After reading this chapter, you will learn How to use the diagnostic program to perform unit function test How to test some functions in Windows Mobile mode (ex. WLAN, Bluetooth, and USB etc) Chapter 5: Power measurement test- After reading this chapter, you will learn how to use MB leakage test procedure and battery run-down test (Battery Capacity Measurement). Chapter 6: Cosmetic Inspection Criteria- After reading this chapter you will learn the appearance quality inspection criteria, ex. Display, bezel, and housing etc Chapter 7: Generic Troubleshooting- After reading this chapter, you will learn how to do generic trouble-shooting. Chapter 8: Generic Labeling Plan- In this chapter, you will find generic labels for reference, ex. Regulation label, and battery label etc Chapter 9: Generic Spare Part List and Photos- In this chapter, you will find Spar parts reference list and photos for repairing, including unit and Board level. Chapter 10: RF Antenna Specification- Reference Spec for RF test.
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1.1 Product Features
Platform PDA form factor integrated dual modes WCDMA/HSDPA and quad-band GSM/EDGE, Bluetooth, WiFi, mega-pixel camera, and one stop sliding QWERTY keyboard with 45 degree flip up display Microsoft Windows 6 Professional 800/1700/2100Mhz for Japan) and GSM/GPRS/EDGE quad band (850/900/1800/1900) HSDPA / UMTS 3GPP Release 5 compliant UE category 6, QPSK, 3.6Mbps peak rate Concurrent: DL up to 1.8Mbps and UL up to 384Kbps Dimension 112 mm(L) x 59 mm(W) x 18.65 / 19.55mm around antenna (T) 190 g with battery pack Global roaming Auto band switching Handover and cell selection between GSM/EDGE and WCDMA DTM Processor/Chipset Qualcomm MSM 7200, 400Mhz SAIC(Circuit-Switch only) Equalizer (HSDPA channels only) Audio codec: AMR, EFR, FR, HR Memory ROM: 256 MB (for programs and users storage) RAM: 64 or 128 MB DDR RAM SMS (MO, MT), concatenated SMS (640 characters) Supplement services: Call holding/waiting/forwarding Call barring LCD Module 2.8" QVGA (or VGA[TBD]) dots resolution 65K-color TFT LCD with LED back light Sensitive Touch Screen CLI (Calling Line Identity) Display own number Network selection Cell broadcast Multi-party conference call WCDMA/HSDPA (available when ready)/GSM/EDGE Function Internal antenna Dual-mode, HSDPA/UMTS (2100MHz for Europe, 850/1900/2100MHz for Cingular and Spool icon Phase 2+ unstructured supplementary service data Network Lock CPHS (partial support)
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EGPRS Functionality EGPRS class B Multi-slot class 10 PBCCH Link Adaptation and Incremental Redundancy USIM/SIM 1.8/3V of UICC USIM Application at least according to 3GPP TS31.102 SIM Application Tool Kit release 96 complete, 98 class 3, and 99 partial Mega-SIM [MFG. Option] EAP-SIM Over the Air (OTA) programming FDN ADN Security Pin 1 & 2 control
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SUPL-RRLP SUPL-RRC (TBD) [QCT not supported] SMS initiated SUPL (TBD] [QCT not supported] WAP push over SUPL Standard 3GPP A-GPS compliance 3GPP TS 44.031 (RRLP 5.12) 3GPP TS 25.305 (GSM & UMTS) JSR 179 (Location API) support Emergency priority override existing A-GPS service Performance requirement TTFF (95% successful rate): < 20 seconds 2D Location Error (95% successful rate): < 100 m 3GPP TS 25.171 compliance (Requirement for support of Assisted Global Positioning System) 3GPP 34.171 (Terminal conformance
Standalone GPS / A-GPS Standalone GPS Internal GPS antenna Support both standalone & assisted modes Sensitivity : better than -150dBm for indoor & outdoor Support NMEA 0183 version 3.0 or above Dynamically allocated parallel channel GPS receiver Update rate: once/1sec (default) A-GPS E911 Location Information (for device shipped to US) Support UE-Based & UE-Assisted A-GPS OMA SUPL v1.0 compliance (v2.0 if available) HTC CONFIDENTIAL
specification, Assisted Global Positioning System) 3GPP TS 34.108 (Common test environments for User Equipment conformance testing) Fallback to Standalone mode when no network connection Performance requirement (Standalone mode) [China Mobile Requirement] 8 parallel channel GPS receiver [QCT limitation] Data update frequency: > 1Khz Sensitivity requirement GPS for one satellite: up to -142dBm GPS for remaining satellite: up to
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Camera (manufacture option) Main camera: 3M Color CMOS with AF 2nd camera: [MFG. Option] color CMOS VGA camera
Notification One bi-color LED for UMTS/GSM standby, UMTS/GSM message, UMTS/GSM network status, notification, and charging status Tri-color respective (blue, amber, and green) LEDs for bluetooth/ GPS/ WiFi notification
Microsoft Windows Mobile Crossbow 6 Professional Applications Outlook Mobile Messaging, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, & Voice Notes Internet Explorer Mobile Office Mobile Word, Excel, & PowerPoint Mobile Windows Media Player 10 Mobile Pictures & Videos ActiveSync Client Internet Sharing Windows Live & Messenger Device Management OTA Provisioning RDM Calculator Games
Ringtone MIDI 40 polyphonic & Standard MIDI format 0 and 1 (SMF) / SP MIDI MP3, AAC, AAC+, WMA, WAV and AMR-NB DirectShow Filters for WMP Audio Audio Playback format: AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, MP3, WMA, WAV, AMR-NB/WB DirectShow Filters for WMP Video Video Playback format: H.263, MPEG4, WMV, Motion JPEG (AVI) & H.264 Min. 30 fps decoding for H.263 & MPEG4 @ QVGA resolution Combined Bit Rate: 64Kbps (playback) Picture Enhancement for Pictures & Videos
Graphics: JPEG, GIF87a, GIF89a, PNG, WBMP Video Thumbnail Preview: H.263, & MPEG4
Value Added Applications Camera / Camcorder Camera Mode Encoding format: JPEG Resolution: 2048x1536,UXGA 1600x 1200, SXGA 1280x960, VGA 640x480, QVGA 320x240, QQVGA HTC CONFIDENTIAL
3G-324M Video Telephony ZIP Smart Dialing Support of QWERTY Keyboard Input MMS Client Partial Compliant to MMS 1.2 Java virtual machine (J2ME, CLDC 1.1, MIDP 2.0)
JSR 185 JTWI JSR 75 PIM access JSR 120 Wireless Messaging API JSR 135 Mobile Media API JSR 179 (Location API) JSR 184 Mobile 3D Graphics API Voice Dial & Command Speaker Dependent or Independent Document Viewer - PDF OMA DRM Engine: For all types of files (Pictures, audio, application etc.), and also all types of delivery method (MMS, email etc.) OMA 1.0 / 2.0 when available Multi-DRM support : MSFT & OMA DRM SIM Manager Comm. Manager STK TTY/TDD for US Market Sound Effect of Sliding System sound effect when sliding out and closing up the qwerty keyboard User customizable sounds Auto Power On when KB is slide out Audio Manager Music Player
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Ringtone Trimmer GPS Navigation SW (if GPS or A-GPS is available) RSS / Podcast Reader Voice Recorder Task Manager Backup Tool Document Printing
Regulatory & Certificate GCF certification [Operator dependent] R&TTE: EMC / EMI, Safety SAR WiFi Certification FCC Approval FCC Hearing Aid Compatibility PTCRB Approval BQB (Bluetooth Qualification Body) certification Windows Mobile Logo (NTSL) USB certification JATE (Japan Market only) TELEC (Japan Market only) CB certificate / report UAELAB ICASA
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1.2 Product overview
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Item AC adapter USB Sync cable Stereo headset Pouch Recharges the battery.
Connects your device to a PC and synchronizes data. Provides a volume control slider and a Send/End button. Press the Send/End button to pick up a call or put a call on hold; press and hold the button to end the call. Acts as a protective carrying case for your device.
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2. Device Disassembling and Assembling Procedure
2.1 Disassembling procedure
TOOLS NEEDED FOR ASSEMBLING AND DISASSEMBLING PROCESS. 1. LENS CLEANING CLOTH. 2. TORX SCREW DRIVER T5X50. 3. TORX SCREW DRIVER T6X50. 4. PHILIPS SCREW DRIVER 00X40. 5. FLAT PLASTIC STICK. 6. PLASTIC TWEEZERS.
HOLD THE THUMBS ON THE TOP LEFT
AND BOTTOM RIGHT OF THE BATTERY COVER AND SLIDE IT UPWARDS
SLIDE DOWN THE STYLUS
REMOVE THE BATTERY
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UNFASTEN THE SCREW(S) AT THE
FLIP THE FLAT PLASTIC STICK TO
RELEASE THE LOCKS AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS
REMOVE THE SPEAKER CAUTION: AVOID DAMAGE THE
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REMOVE THE SPEAKER RUBBER
RELEASE THE PCBA SUB BOARD
CONENCTOR FROM THE MAIN BOARD
HOLD THE FLAT PLASTIC STICK
VERTICALLY A ND SLIDE THROUGH THE GAP BETWEEN HOUSING AND COVER PRE-ASSY (C COVER)
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REMOVE THE MICROPHONE
RELEASE THE KEYBOARD
CONNECTOR AND REMOVE THE FPC
FLIP THE FLAT PLASTIC STICK AND
DISASSEMBLE THE CONNECTOR
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USE FLAT PLAASTIC STICK TO HOLD
OPEN THE METAL BLADE AND REMOVE THE CAMERA SHIELDING
RELEASE THE CAMERA CONNECTOR
SLIDE FLAT PLASTIC STICK OVER THE SUPPORT PRE-ASSY, ON-C-COVER
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CAREFULLY REMOVE THE LCM
BEZEL FROM THE KEYBOARD
BEWARE WHEN REMOVING THE FPC, RIGID-FLEX-BOARD
REMOVE THE COVER PRE-ASSY, HINGE-PLASTIC-COVER,LEFT
VERTICALLY A ND SLIDE THROUGH THE GAP TO DISASSEMBLE
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RELEASE THE SIM CARD FPC
DISASSEMBLE THE FPC PRE-ASSY, SIM, GLOBAL FLEX
SLIDE THE HINGE DOWNWARDS AND UNFASTEN THE SCREW(S) AT THE
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RELEASE THE LCM CONNECTOR
APPLY FORCE OUTWARDS TO THE
LOCATION INDICATED AND REMOVE THE FPC BOARD
REMOVE THE KEYPAD, THE LCM
MODULE AND THE RECEIVER
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2.2 Assembling procedure
INSERT THE RECEIVER ON THE TOP
OF THE BEZEL
PLACE THE KEYPAD ON THE BEZEL
PLACE LCM MODULE ON THE BEZEL
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PLACE THE FPC, RIGID-FLEX-BOARD ON THE BEZEL AND LOCK THE PCBA
ON THE BEZEL
INSERT THE LCM FPC CONNECTOR TO THE FPC, RIGID-FLEX-BOARD
FASTEN THE SCREW(S) AT THE
TORQUE: 0.6 0.1KGF-CM
PLEASE ENSURE THAT THE SWITCH IS
FIXED AT THE LOWER POSITION
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STICK THE FPC PRE-ASSY,SIM, GLOBAL FLEX ON THE COVER PRE-ASSY, B-COVER
LOCK THE SEMI-AUTO-PUMP-UP, PRE ASSY SLIDE-HINGE ONTO THE COVER PRE-ASSY, B-COVER
SLIDE THE HINGE UPWARDS AND
LOCK INTO THE POSITION INDICATED
LOCATION INDICATED IN THE ORDER OF THE NUMBERS
TORQUE: 0.8 0.1KGF-CM
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1. SLIDE THE HINGE DOWNWARDS 2. FASTEN THE SCREW(S) AT THE
ASSEMBLE THE PART 1 AND 2, CLEARFULLY INSERT THE PFC
CONNECTOR THROUGH THE HOLE
ATTACH THE FPC PRE-ASSY,SIM CONNECTOR TO RIGID-FLEX BOARD ASSY
APPLY FORCE THROUGH OUT THE
EDGE OF THIS PART AND MAKE SURE THE PART IS ASSEMBLED PROPERLY
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4 FASTEN THE SCREW(S) AT THE
TORQUE: 1.0 0.2KGF-CM
STICK THE PART TO THE LOCATION
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SLIDE THE CAMERA FPC THROUGH
THE HOLE OF THE MAIN BOARD
INSERT THE CAMERA CONNECTOR TO
PLACE THE CAMERA COVER ON THE
TOP OF THE CAMERA AND LOCK ON TO THE MAIN BOARD
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PLACE THE MAIN BOARD ON THE TOP
ATTACH THE CONNECTOR FPC, RIGID-FLEX-BOARD
OF THE TO THE
1. To bend the FPC cable as indicated picture and let FPC cable parallel with connector then its easy to do assembly 2. ASSEMBLE THE KEYBOARD FPC
TO THE MAIN BOARD
TORQUE: 0.5 0.1KGF-CM
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INSERT THE MICROPHONE TO THE
MICROPHONE SLOT OF THE HOUSING
PLACE THE HOUSING ON THE TOP OF
THE MAIN BOARD AND LOCK ONTO THE COVER PRE-ASSY, C-COVER
APPLY FORCE DOWN THE EDGES AND
MAKE SURE THE HOUSING AND KEYBOARD ARE PROPERLY ASSEMBLED
TORQUE: 1.2 0.2KGF-CM
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ATTACH THE PCBA, SUB BOARD ON
THE MAIN BOARD
TORQUE: 0.4 0.1KGF-CM
PLACE THE SPEAKER RUBBER ON
STICK THE SPEAKER ON THE
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ASSEMBLE THE ANTENNA COVER ON
THE TOP OF THE HOUSING
3 FASTEN THE SCREW(S) AT THE
TORQUE: 1.2 0.2KGF-CM 1 2
INSERT THE BATTERY
AND BOTTOM RIGHT OF THE BATTERY COVER AND SLIDE IT DOWNWARDS
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INSERT THE STYLUS
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2.3 Assembly Tips
STICK THE MYLAR (P/N: 76H02287-00M) ALONG THE LOW EDGE OF TOPPOLY LCM (P/N: 60H00091-00M)
Do not cover up the Gasket
BOTH OF RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE OF TOPPOLY LCM MUST BE FIRMLY
AND FLATLY ATTACHED
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Attaching Mylar to SONY LCM (60H00092-00M)
STICK THE MYLAR (P/N: 76H02287-00M) ALONG THE LOW EDGE OF SONY LCM (P/N: 60H00092-00M)
BOTH OF RIGHT AND LEFT SIDE OF SONY LCM MUST BE FIRMLY AND
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3. ROM Re-flash Procedure
3.1 ROM upgrade thru RUU (Re-flash Upgrade Utility)
Connect device to PC
Setting and allow USB connections in Microsoft ActiveSync. Connect your device and desktop/ or laptop via USB cable.
III. Check the pop-up message from
Microsoft ActiveSync when device is synchronized with PC.
Download OS Image from SDO
Download OS image from SDO.
Un-zip the file and execute RUU program.
Read the pop-up message form ROM update utility and select the I understand checkbox.
IV. Click Next to proceed.
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Read the pop-up message form ROM update utility to follow and perform the instructions and select the I completed checkbox.
VI. Click Next to proceed.
RUU - 3
VII. Current image version confirmation. VIII. Click Update to proceed.
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I. II. Tap icon Comm Manager on the Today screen and turn on WLAN. Select the hot-spot/ or access point which searchable and appears on screen. III. Once the hot-spot (access point) is connected, press the IE button and logon Internet.
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5. Power measurement test 5.1 Main board leakage current Test Procedure
This is a quick method to measure if any abnormal leakage current on main board which caused high power consumption compare to GOOD main board.
- Control box
1. Control box
2. 4 colors cable Cable A: Red Cable B: Yellow Cable C: Green Cable D: Black
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C. 4 types Jig Jig - A (4 pins-Short) Jig - B (6 pins-Long) Jig - C (4 pins-Short) Jig - D (6 pins-Long)
Equipment set up
1. Connect control box and jig through 4 colors cable
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A B C D
2. Set up each button by row A~D according to product specification Following is an example for Hermes
Button set up matrix MADEL Kaiser JIG TYPE A C 0 B 8 C 2 D 0
It means, press button A0,B8,C2,D0
3. Install jig to device (the photo is for reference only)
1. Turn on control box power button
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2. Press Power button to turn on the Device
3. In main page, Check phone status, Click Turn on flight mode Set the unit to : * Flight mode * Make sure all RF function is off (phone, BT, Wifi.)
Idle current test
4. Measure Idle mode current. Idle current value must under 66mA (refer to each product Service Manual), if over the criteria, it means M/B failed, please replace M/B for repair. 5. After idle current checked, Switch OFF the unit. Unit is turn off and no display. sleep current value must under 6mA (refer to each product Service Manual), if over the criteria, it means M/B failed, please replace M/B for repair.
Sleep current test
Conclusion: If current consumption is passed at both of idle and sleep mode, it means M/B is GOOD. If there is any item FAILED at idle or sleep mode, it means M/B is failed, please replace M/B for repair.
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Battery rundown test procedure
-Windows 2000/XP -USB Cable -ActiveSync 4.2 above (WINCE 6.0 should use ActiveSync 4.5) -Master Unit -Battery in Warranty
Caution: Please charge your unit to full capacity for battery (until the green light is displayed) before doing the test. TEST PROCEDURE Connect device to PC
I. Setting and allow USB connections in Microsoft ActiveSync. II. Connect your device and desktop/ or laptop via USB cable.
Copy the Battery Rundown tool into the device
IV. Make a folder in the device. V. Copy PowerDetect.exe into the folder.
. Doc. Title Kaiser Service Manual Battery Rundown-1
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VI. Adjust the Backlight brightness into the maximum level on battery power.
VII. Disable Turn off backlight if device is not used for in Battery power.
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VIII. Execute PowerDetect.exe under
Set the Sleep as 1hour Set the Record as 2Mins
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After running 1 hour, the test will be finished.
XII. Press the Power Button to turn on the power. XIII. Click ok to quit the program.
XIV. Test result is generated into the log file as PowerCap(x).
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XV. Tag the log file to check the capacity.
Caution: If the capacity is under 70%, Please replace a new battery.
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6. Cosmetic Inspection Criteria
6.1 Classes definition of inspective area
Class A area => The front side of main unit involve all buttons and LED lens except LCD. Class B area => View of QWERTY keyboard. (Involved stylus). Class C area => 4 sides and back views of main unit. Class D area => The socket of battery, inner side of battery cover.
Photo of inspection areas
Class A area
Class B area
Class C area
Class D area
IT IS GENERIC COSMETIC INSPECTION CRITERIA FOR ALL PRODUCTS IF THERE HAVE ANY CONFLICT WITH THESE GENERIC CRITERIONS; PLEASE FOLLOW THE PRODUCT INSPECTION CRITERIA RESPECTIVELY.
D: Diameter / L: Length / W: Width / N: Number of defects/ S: Distance from dot to dot Inspecting distance: 30 5cm / Mechanical inspection angle: 90 degrees / LCM inspection angle: degrees / Inspection time: 5 secs per surface. Ambient illumination is to be 500-1100 lux The inspection condition of Newton ring: a. Inspection distance: 30cm / Inspection time: 5 sec b. Ambient illumination is to be 500-1000 Lux (Incandescent lamp) c. Inspection should be performed under the condition that LCD screen could reflect the mirror image of lamp. d. The criteria of Newton ring's tinges and measure of area must follow up the worst-case sample. HTC CONFIDENTIAL
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6.2 Display inspection
Inspection Defects Single 2 adjacent 3 or more adjacent Single Electrical Dark Dots 2 adjacent Characteristic Defects Dark or Bright lines All Allowable Dots Defects Bright Dots Shift and tilt of screen viewed area Scratch Foreign Scratch, Lint (linear foreign objects) Objects or Lint on power off Spots status Fish eye on film Breakage on film surface Total acceptable defect quantity 10 Accept Level Red+ Green+ Blue 3, S > 5mm. Total Number 2, S > 5mm. Total Number 3, S > 5mm. Level Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor
The black edge around display area must be Minor detected by front view. 0.03 < W 0.1 (mm) L 5 (mm), N 2 (mm) 0.03 < W 0.1 (mm) 0.3 < L 3.0 (mm) N5 0.1 < D 0.3 (mm), N 4 0.1 < D 0.4 (mm), N 4 Not acceptable Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor
6.3 Main unit inspection
Gap & Step inspection Description 7 Gap between bezel and BTM cover Gap between LCM bezel and touch panel Gap between bezel and antenna cover Gap between mating parts on K/B Gap between key and keyboard opening Step between bezel and antenna cover in A area Step between bezel and antenna cover in C area Accept criteria < 0.15 mm < 0.7 mm < 0.25 mm < 0.25 mm < 0.3 mm < 0.25 mm < 0.4 mm Level Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor
It is generic cosmetic inspection criteria for all products if there have any conflict with these generic criterions; please follow the product inspection criteria respectively.
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7. Generic Troubleshooting
1Main Unit Does Not Respond to Power Button
(1) Connect the AC adapter, maybe the battery pack is exhaust and wait few minutes for battery recharging. (2) Check if battery installed well. (3) Check the Power Button whether its damaged. (4) Replace another battery pack. (5) Try to start boot-loader mode [refer to section 4.2]. Re-flash ROM if boot loader mode is enabled. (6) Check all connectors including LCD FPC to Main Board. (7) Replace Main Board if necessary. (8) Once the defective part has been identified, verify the defective part again whether the symptom could be duplicated with another unit.
2Touch Panel Does Not Respond to Screen Tap
(1) Check the connection of LCM FPC cable whether is properly connected. (2) Try to cold boot the unit then perform screen tap again. (3) Try with another LCM. (4) Try with another Main Board. (5) Replace LCM if necessary (6) Replace Main Board if necessary. (7) Once the defective part has been identified, verify the defective part again whether the symptom could be duplicated with another unit.
3Buttons Do Not Respond
(1) Try to cold boot the unit then tries again. (2) Dismantle the unit; check the status of switches on the Main Board and the plastic parts of the Button not responding. (3) Try with another Main Board or Front Bezel. (4) Replace Main Board or Front Bezel if necessary. (5) Once the defective part has been identified, verify the defective part again whether the symptom could be duplicated with another unit.
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4Unusual Vertical / Horizontal lines or partial display
(1) Check the connection of LCM FPC whether is properly connected. (2) Try to cold boot the unit then tries again. (3) Try to re-flash the ROM code. (4) Try with another LCM. (5) Try with another Main Board. (6) Replace LCM if necessary (7) Replace Main Board if necessary. (8) Once the defective part has been identified, verify it again with the defective part whether the symptom could be duplicated.
5Back Light Does Not Turn ON/OFF
(1) Check the connection of LCM FPC whether is properly connected. (2) Try to re-flash the ROM code. (3) Try with another LCM. (4) Try with another Main Board. (5) Replace LCM if necessary (6) Replace Main Board if necessary. (7) Once the defective part has been identified, verify it again with the defective part whether the symptom could be duplicated.
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10Battery Pack does not recharge
(1) Make sure the Battery Pack takes fully charge with AC Adapter. (2) Check whether the condition of Battery Charging status is correct. Charge should be done no more than 4 hours. (3) Dismantle the unit and check the appearance of Battery Pack. (4) Try with another Battery Pack or Replace Battery Pack if necessary (5) Try with another Main Board or Replace Main Board if necessary. (6) Once the defective part has been identified, verify it again with the defective part whether the symptom could be duplicated.
11No Sound from Speaker or Distorted sound
(1) Check Sound & Notifications Settings in the unit for Sound Enabling. (2) Make sure its not MUTED. (3) Try to re-flash the ROM code. (4) Clean up the speaker connection side on MB if there is any contamination. (5) Dismantle and Check whether the Speaker is properly installed (Orientation) (6) Replace Speaker if necessary. (7) Replace Main Board if necessary. (8) Once the defective part has been identified, verify it again with the defective part whether the symptom could be duplicated.
12No Recorded Sound or Distorted sound
(1) Check Sound & Notifications Settings in the unit for Sound Enabling. (2) Make sure its not MUTED. (3) Try to re-flash the ROM code. (4) Dismantle and Check whether the Microphone is properly installed. (5) Replace Microphone if necessary. (6) Replace Main Board if necessary. (7) Once the defective part has been identified, verify the defective part again whether the symptom could be duplicated with another unit.
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13Wireless connection (WLAN/BT) not functioning
(1) Make sure the wireless environment is OK before connecting to WLAN. (2) Make sure the wireless connection setting has properly set. (3) Make a life connection with Internet or another device. (4) Try to re-flash the ROM code. (5) Try with another main board if necessary (6) Once the defective part has been identified, verify the defective part again whether the symptom could be duplicated with another unit.
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8. Generic Labeling Plan
<Kaiser Model ID>
Model ID KAIS100 KAIS110 KAIS120 KAIS130 VT N N Y Y Camera Y N Y Y Antenna US US US EU
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V V V V V
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NOTE: THE PHOTO OF SPL IS GENERIC AND ONLY FOR REFERENCE, THE COLOR AND APPEARANCE MAY BE DIFFERENT FROM THE SHIPPED PARTS, IF YOU WANT TO APPLY THOSE PARTS, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR SERVICE ACCOUNT MANAGER FOR MORE INFORMATION. AS FOR PICTURE, PLEASE REFER TO THE TABLE AS BELOW. FOR REFURBISHMENT PARTS, THE TABLE IS FOR YOUR REFERENCE. YOU CAN DO THE REFURBISHMENT ONLY WHEN YOUR SERVICE MODEL IS ALLOWED TO DO IT.
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9.2 Board Level 2.5 Repairs Basic Repair Instructions for Component Replacement:
Step 1 Place the solder-proof tape to cover the surrounding area of the components which being replaced.
WarningDO NOT overheat the tape and components to avoid the tape melted and the components damaged
Use Heater Gun (HAKO850B, set the temperature between 350C, Air Speed 3~5) to remove the components.
Wait till the temperature cool down before removing the solder-proof tape to avoid other components being removed
After the damaged or defective components have been replaced; clear the surroundings for solder and flux residues.
Notice: A. B. C. D. E. Checking the polarity of CON8, and the position can't be shifted. Checking the polarity of SW8SW7, and it can't be reversed. All the parts of the PCB should be checked if it is missing or not. The OP must to wear antistatic wrist band.Don't put boards together and avoid hitting them. When you solder and repair that the soldering iron, temperature must be setup 415. (The temperature range is 4155), and the solder wire's diameter is 0.4/0.5/0.6mm (SAC 305 (1.1%) F. Please be noticed to follow below steps for main board repair which is equipped with Golden Capacitor: 1. When replacing level 2.5 components located around the golden capacitor: I. II. III. IV. V. 2. The temperature of the hot air blower must be under 400c When apply the hot air to the part / component, the heating time must be under 20 seconds (including the time of removing and soldering) The temperature of the soldering iron must be under 350c When apply the solder tip to the part / component, the heating time must be under 5 seconds The solder tip must not contact with the golden capacitor
For BGA replacement: The golden capacitor must be removed before perform pre-heating, heating, soldering and de-soldering process, and then it must be replaced with a new one (please refer to 1.c. and 1.d. steps)
For main board which failed to pass the function test, the golden capacitor must be replaced with a new one and must follow below soldering criteria: The temperature of the soldering iron must be under 350c When apply the solder tip to the part / component, the heating time must be under 5 seconds The solder tip must not have a contact with the body of golden capacitor
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51HXXXXXXXX PCBA-MAIN BOARD (Side A)
Location PTC1 SW1 SW4 SW6 SW3 SW7 CON3 CON11 P/N Description Remark Fuse PTT Button Power Button Ok Button Reset Button Camera Button Rigid-Flex Board Connector Camera Connector
36H00058-00M Fuse,1A,6V,0.055ohm ~ 0.21ohm,SMD1206P100TF,PTC 36H00230-00M SWITCH,SOH-213HST,MITSUMI,70/-20degC 36H00230-00M SWITCH,SOH-213HST,MITSUMI,70/-20degC 36H00230-00M SWITCH,SOH-213HST,MITSUMI,70/-20degC 36H00308-00M Switch, Reset switch,SOH-213HNT,MITSUMI 36H00508-00M Switch,TSW-20,SHINMEI 75H00649-00M Connector B to B,100mohm,80P,0.4mmPitch,0.3A,30V 75H00654-00M Connector B to B,90mohm,26P,0.4Pitch,0.5A,60V,AXK7L26217G,NAIS
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Side A Photo and Component Location
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51HXXXXXXXXX PCBA-MAIN BOARD (Side B)
Location PCG1 WCON1 WCON2 ME8 CON8 CON5 PCON1 CON2 WCON_SW1 P/N 16H00012-00M Gold Cap,0.07F,70ohm 75H00514-00P Connector RF,Female,4P,MS-162,HIROSE,3.5*3.1*2.5mm 75H00276-00P Connector RF,5.8*5.4*3.9,Female,MS-147(06),4pin,HRS 36H00355-00M Vibrator,SSR-2881,SMT type, SANYO 75H00655-00P Connector B to B,70mohm,14P,0.4mmPitch,0.3A,60V,AXK714137G 75H00465-00M Connector I/O,Reverse,11P,0.4Pitch,MJE21-11K7P20,ACON 75H00554-00M Connector,4Pin,2.5mm,250037MB004G511ZL-C,SUYIN,40mohm 75H00579-00M Connector FPC,23P,0.3Pitch,FH26-23S-0.3SHW(05),HIROSE 75H00248-00M COAXIAL CONNECTOR,RF,WITH SWITCH,SMD Description Remark Golden Cap RF connector GPS extension antenna connector Vibrator PCBA, Sub board Connector USB Connector Battery Connector Keyboard Connector RF connector
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PCG1 CON5 WCON_SW1
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10. RF Antenna Specification
10.1 EU Antenna
Items 7 Test Name Camp @ DCS Band BS Originate Call Fast Bit Error Rate TX Phase RMS Error TX Phase Peak Error TX Frequency Error Check TX Power Tx Level 0 TCH 512 1st Downlink Cell Power -65 -65 -104 -104 -104 -104 -104 Note BCCH=600
E-GSM 900 Receiver Test E-GSM 900 Transmitter Test 5 975
Items 3 4
Test Name Camp @ W-CDMA Band I (2100) BS Originate Call
Tx Level 3
1st Downlink Cell Power -65 -65 -104 -60
E-GSM 2100 Receiver Test Bit Error Rate E-GSM 2100 Transmitter Test Check TX_Max Power 3 9613
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10.2 US Antenna
Items 7 Test Name Camp @ DCS Band BS Originate Call Tx Level 0 TCH 128 1st Downlink Cell Power -75 -75 -104 -104 -104 -104 -104 Note BCCH=600
0 GSM 850 Receiver Test Fast Bit Error Rate 5 GSM 850 Transmitter Test TX Phase RMS Error 5 TX Phase Peak Error 5 TX Frequency Error 5 Check TX Power 5
Test Name Camp @ W-CDMA Band II (1900) BS Originate Call Bit Error Rate Check TX_Max Power
TCH 9400 9400
3 Receiver Test 3 Transmitter Test 3
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