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Droid 1 DIY speaker replacement??

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid' started by Blayzejlm, Oct 27, 2010.

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    So I guess at some point today I must have hit the rear speaker on my phone while it was in my pocket cause the sounds are all muffled like its under water and slowed down. Theres a small dent on the gold mesh on the speaker so I know I hit it on something. Is there a way to replace it myself or do I have to bring it in for a whole new phone? I don't wanna loose root by getting a new phone or anything. Any help please.
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    You can remove the gold mesh cover. There is another speaker protector under that and it is probably hitting the speaker. After you remove the gold piece use a pin to pry up the secondary layer. You'll probably destroy the gold speaker cove trying to remove it though. I used mine without it for about six months before I got a new phone.
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    And all I have to do is pry up the gold mesh too?
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    Yeah, you'll probably destroy it prying it up. Its glued
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    Thanks...that worked perfectly. The gold mesh was pressing on the speaker like you said. I pulled it up and restuck it and it works fine now.
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