09-21-2014 09:33 AM
@ginolan. It is not so easy but also not so hard, just don't put credt card too deep inside, just go around and you will manage top open it. Don't start at the bottom of the cover, - that piece should open the last. Start from the memory card slot then go up and around. Maybe you need two credit cards :-)
It is not video but it might help: https://plus.google.com/103430626393207742280/posts/7AfdMnX5nGE
09-22-2014 02:36 PM
09-23-2014 05:03 AM
I've opened this thread and I'm one of the first to face this issue (since november last year). Since then I've been fighting for a solution trying everything that has been posted in this. Already reinstalled everything, punched the screen, screamed, updated the BIOS, nothing worked. Actually I abandoned this forum some time ago due to the lack of response from Lenovo (never more). Recently I noticed a trend of people saying fixing some cables internally would work and I quickly tried myself (not carefully since I was very upset with the device). Now it has some scratches in the back but for the first time in a long time it has been working for a full day. I did not do the job properly fixing with a tape internally however if this keeps working for longer I'll open again and do it right.
I understand Lenovo did not want to admit the poor construction quality however they could have at least pointed us in the right direction. Lenovo Brazil does not provide support for this tablet so the only solution for me was to fix it myself. Thanks for the ones brave enough to open and try it, it seems to be a good solution.
09-23-2014 02:48 PM
09-24-2014 05:40 AM
09-25-2014 10:19 AM
As discussed in this thread, there may be situations where the cause of some Miix 2 touchscreens not working correctly is due to loose cables. Lenovo has issued a service procedure to resolve this issue and we recommend customers contact service for warranty support.
While Lenovo cannot offically recommend a do-it-yourself fix, the suggestions posted to the forum to correct the touchscreen and motherboard cables may be helpful to some customers who wish to self repair outside of warranty.
This video shows the steps: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HEY1bKfnoI
Thanks to everyone who worked on this!
09-25-2014 12:30 PM