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  1. Remove ten Phillips #0 screws that secure the plastic bottom cover to the chassis.
    • Remove ten Phillips #0 screws that secure the plastic bottom cover to the chassis.

    • Six 9.6 mm screws

    • Four 4.6 mm screws

    • Throughout this guide, keep careful track of your screws so that each one goes back where it came from during reassembly. Installing a screw in the wrong place can cause permanent damage.

  2. Use a plastic pry tool to get in-between the bottom cover and the lower case assembly. Be careful not separate the cover too violently or you will risk breaking the plastic clips that are on the bottom cover. Be careful not separate the cover too violently or you will risk breaking the plastic clips that are on the bottom cover.
    • Use a plastic pry tool to get in-between the bottom cover and the lower case assembly.

    • Be careful not separate the cover too violently or you will risk breaking the plastic clips that are on the bottom cover.

  3. Push metal bracket away from battery connector. Use a spudger to push the battery connection straight up. If you pry too hard, or attempt to disconnect the battery with the metal bracket still in place, you risk pulling the connector off of the motherboard.
    • Push metal bracket away from battery connector.

    • Use a spudger to push the battery connection straight up.

    • If you pry too hard, or attempt to disconnect the battery with the metal bracket still in place, you risk pulling the connector off of the motherboard.

    • Make sure the computer is powered off before removing the battery.

  4. Disconnect the Wifi/Bluetooth RF cables from the wireless card. Pull the RF cables by the metal connector, not by the rubber shielding. This avoids damaging the connector and the cable. Pull the RF cables by the metal connector, not by the rubber shielding. This avoids damaging the connector and the cable.
    • Disconnect the Wifi/Bluetooth RF cables from the wireless card.

    • Pull the RF cables by the metal connector, not by the rubber shielding. This avoids damaging the connector and the cable.

  5. Android 维修工具包

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    Android 维修工具包

    一个新的屏幕或电池就在一个套件之内。

    现在开始购物
  6. Pull straight up to disconnect the SATA combo cable from the motherboard. Pull straight up to disconnect the SATA combo cable from the motherboard.
    • Pull straight up to disconnect the SATA combo cable from the motherboard.

  7. Remove three Phillips #0 that secure the hard drive bracket to the chassis, of the following lengths:
    • Remove three Phillips #0 that secure the hard drive bracket to the chassis, of the following lengths:

    • Two 2.3 mm screws

    • One 5.6 mm screw

  8. Tilt the drive up slightly by the connector Remove the SATA combo connector Remove the SATA combo connector
    • Tilt the drive up slightly by the connector

    • Remove the SATA combo connector

  9. De-route the SATA and RF cables from the side of the drive bay. De-route the SATA and RF cables from the side of the drive bay.
    • De-route the SATA and RF cables from the side of the drive bay.

  10. Insert wisdom here.
    • Insert wisdom here.

  11. Remove the four Phillips #0 screws that secure the hard drive to the hard drive bracket. Four 3.7 mm screws
    • Remove the four Phillips #0 screws that secure the hard drive to the hard drive bracket.

    • Four 3.7 mm screws

  12. Peal back thermal cover. Be careful not to tear the cover on the side of the drive as you peel it off. Be careful not to tear the cover on the side of the drive as you peel it off.
    • Peal back thermal cover.

    • Be careful not to tear the cover on the side of the drive as you peel it off.

  13. Remove drive from hard drive bracket.
    • Remove drive from hard drive bracket.

结论

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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