So I have this old blackberry that is now obsolete. Its not worth anything (50$ maybe), I cant seem to install apps on it without having a data plan (yet) so its useless. So, out of boredom, I decide to take it apart and see what its made of. It turns out to be a very easy little adventure. So kiss your warranties goodbye and get out our your pocketknife.
Here's what its made of:
|The tools I used (mostly the screwdriver)|
|Why don't I remove the ER shields and get a look at the CPU? well I'm using a pocketknife, I figure my chances are not great.|
|That clip is all that hold the trackball in. You can now remove and clean it.|
Putting it back together is pretty much as simple. I was able to get everything back to how it was. The buttons now feel better after removing all the dust, and the trackball its a little better too.