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使用本指南更换华为P8 智能手机里的电池。

  1. 首先关机。 请移除SD卡和SIM卡。
    • 首先关机。

    • 请移除SD卡和SIM卡。

  2. 卸下位于设备Micro USB端口旁边底部的两个Torx T2螺丝。
    • 卸下位于设备Micro USB端口旁边底部的两个Torx T2螺丝。

    • 如果屏幕破裂,你可能需要使用一些胶带来保护你的眼睛免受玻璃碎片的侵害,并获得更好的抓握力来打开手机

  3. 使用 iSclack 或 吸盘手柄将显示屏与后面板分开。 使用 iSclack 或 吸盘手柄将显示屏与后面板分开。
    • 使用 iSclack 或 吸盘手柄将显示屏与后面板分开。

  4. 卸下固定前置摄像头和显示器/电池接口支架的两颗菲利普斯#00号螺丝。
    • 卸下固定前置摄像头和显示器/电池接口支架的两颗菲利普斯#00号螺丝。

  5. 使用镊子取下覆盖显示器和电池柔性连接器的支架。 用撬棒拔下电池柔性电缆接口。 卸下覆盖前置摄像头的柔性电缆接口的支架。
    • 使用镊子取下覆盖显示器和电池柔性连接器的支架。

    • 用撬棒拔下电池柔性电缆接口。

    • 卸下覆盖前置摄像头的柔性电缆接口的支架。

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  7. 拔下耳机插孔和前置摄像头柔性接口。 卸下前置摄像头。 卸下前置摄像头。
    • 拔下耳机插孔和前置摄像头柔性接口。

    • 卸下前置摄像头。

  8. 使用撬棒断开电源/音量电缆并将其折叠。 取下液体接触指示器。
    • 使用撬棒断开电源/音量电缆并将其折叠。

    • 取下液体接触指示器。

  9. 取下固定华为 P8 主板的五颗菲利普斯#00螺丝。
    • 取下固定华为 P8 主板的五颗菲利普斯#00螺丝。

  10. 拔下振动器柔性电缆接口。 断开天线电缆。
    • 拔下振动器柔性电缆接口。

    • 断开天线电缆。

  11. 使用撬棒从主板上拔下显示器柔性接口。 用镊子断开并拆下天线电缆。 用镊子断开并拆下天线电缆。
    • 使用撬棒从主板上拔下显示器柔性接口。

    • 用镊子断开并拆下天线电缆。

  12. 从手机中取出主板。
    • 从手机中取出主板。

  13. 小心地剥开扬声器的柔性电缆。 如果电缆难以剥离,请使用iOpener或热风枪加热扬声器组件。
    • 小心地剥开扬声器的柔性电缆。

    • 如果电缆难以剥离,请使用iOpener或热风枪加热扬声器组件。

    • 用撬棒提起扬声器组件并将其取下。

  14. 松开第一个粘合剂拉条的末端,以便抓住它。 以缓慢的恒定运动拉动粘性条以松开电池。
    • 松开第一个粘合剂拉条的末端,以便抓住它。

    • 以缓慢的恒定运动拉动粘性条以松开电池。

  15. 松开第二个粘合剂拉条的末端。 以缓慢的恒定运动拉动粘性拉条。
    • 松开第二个粘合剂拉条的末端。

    • 以缓慢的恒定运动拉动粘性拉条。

    • 如果这些粘性拉条拉断了,你可能需要使用iOpener 加热和软化它们,以便你可以用撬棒撬出电池。

  16. 慢慢将电池取出。 重新组装手机时,请使用双面胶带或预先切割的胶条替换旧胶粘剂。
    • 慢慢将电池取出。

    • 重新组装手机时,请使用双面胶带或预先切割的胶条替换旧胶粘剂。

结论

请按逆序重组你的设备。

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Really helpful guide. Only hiccup was that on my handset the screws holding the casing together (Step 2) were Torx 2 rather than pentalobe, possibly a regional variation. I opted not to remove the loudspeaker (Step 10) as the ribbon cable was firmly stuck down and I worried it would break. This meant I could only cleanly remove the adhesive pad in line with the charging port. I was able to prise out the battery using spudger and screwdriver to scrape the other pad from the phone body. All now reassembled and working properly!

Ben Raphael - 回复

Overall a very helpful guide . I also had torx screws in mine . The torx screws are tiny , so make sure you have the right screwdriver before starting . We didn’t bother removing the loudspeader assembly either (Step 10) . You can just prise up the ribbon cable (carefully) . Add heat if necessary . Now to the biggest problem . Removing the old battery from the phone . What a nightmare ! It’s really stuck down .We took our time using a hairdryer (no heat gun) , and a flat head screwdriver , and went from one end to the other prising it off gently . It still took about 20 minutes . Saying that . Don’t rush it , as it’s the final stage . Also . If you do use a flat head screwdriver then don’t twist it , as you might damage the casing . Just slide it underneath it applying heat . Total time to remove the old battery was 90 minutes , but about 50 of those were spent just getting the first 2 screws out . 20 minutes to put the new battery in and reassemble . Make sure all flex connectors are properly reseated .

Paul - 回复

My P8 battery has completely died on me. I cannot believe that to replace a battery, we have to now go to these lengths to do it. There must be a mountain of mobile phones, where the only issue with them is a flat battery. Surely, this cannot be allowed to continue. I know why the manufacturers want to make it hard to simply replace a battery, because it sells more mobile phones. But think of all that wasted technology, where a phone may have lasted just over a 24 month contract before the battery is done.

joeninetee - 回复

Many thanks for this tutorial. Together we shall beat them!

joeninetee - 回复

Thank you for a very nice and easy to follow tutorial!

I have now replaced my battery with what should be an original battery for the Huawei Ascend P8, battery nr: HB3447A9EBW. For some reason the width of the new battery is a few millimeters smaller than the old one, meaning that it does not fill out the space completely. Has anyone else experienced the same?

After having assembled the phone again I experience some weird issues with the battery level dropping from 50%, 60%, 70% or even 100% in an instant. I have tried calibrating the battery by, letting it die completely, recharge it to 100% let it drain completely again and recharge. I have tried different battery calibration apps and a factory reset - nothing helps.

I contacted the company I bought the battery from and got a replacement - still same issue.

Unfortunately i damaged the original battery when taking it out, so i cant use that as a reference.

Any suggestions would be most appreciated!

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