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介绍

If your battery is swollen, take appropriate precautions.

  1. Remove SIM card tray. Remove SIM card tray. Remove SIM card tray.
    • Remove SIM card tray.

  2. Insert a SIM eject tool into the SIM tray slot, and through a small hole in the mid frame. Push the SIM eject tool through the hole and against the back cover to lift the cover slightly. Insert an opening pick into the gap created with the SIM eject tool, and slide the pick around the edge of the cover to cut the cover's adhesive.
    • Insert a SIM eject tool into the SIM tray slot, and through a small hole in the mid frame.

    • Push the SIM eject tool through the hole and against the back cover to lift the cover slightly.

    • Insert an opening pick into the gap created with the SIM eject tool, and slide the pick around the edge of the cover to cut the cover's adhesive.

    • Cut carefully near the volume buttons, to avoid damaging the delicate ribbon cables in that area under the cover.

    • Remove back cover.

  3. Remove those two pieces rubber cover. Remove those two pieces rubber cover.
    • Remove those two pieces rubber cover.

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  5. Release the connectors under the covers. Release the connectors under the covers.
    • Release the connectors under the covers.

  6. Twist off the screws and remove the middle housing from front assembly. Twist off the screws and remove the middle housing from front assembly.
    • Twist off the screws and remove the middle housing from front assembly.

  7. Remove the logo because the flex cable under the logo is stuck on the back of the battery. We have to loosen it. Remove the logo because the flex cable under the logo is stuck on the back of the battery. We have to loosen it. Remove the logo because the flex cable under the logo is stuck on the back of the battery. We have to loosen it.
    • Remove the logo because the flex cable under the logo is stuck on the back of the battery. We have to loosen it.

  8. Use the flat end of a spudger to gently pry up the ribbon cable in two places where it is adhered to the battery. Use the flat end of a spudger to gently pry up the ribbon cable in two places where it is adhered to the battery.
    • Use the flat end of a spudger to gently pry up the ribbon cable in two places where it is adhered to the battery.

  9. Lift one of the two battery adhesive tabs and pull firmly and steadily toward the bottom edge of the phone, until the adhesive strip slides all the way out from between the battery and the phone. Repeat for the other adhesive tab. Remove the battery.
    • Lift one of the two battery adhesive tabs and pull firmly and steadily toward the bottom edge of the phone, until the adhesive strip slides all the way out from between the battery and the phone.

    • Repeat for the other adhesive tab.

    • Remove the battery.

    • If the adhesive strips do not fully come out you will need to pry it out from the other side, but be VERY careful as the NFC coil is under the battery and can be ripped easily.

结论

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

After completing this guide, calibrate your newly-installed battery.

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33 Comments

Are you friggin' kidding me. Why would Motorola make a major project out of simply removing a battery. Definately needs to be simplified. It'seems like doing friggin' surgery on a phone.

tspeanut122 - 回复

Too funny! hahahha

Pamela Orjuela -

I'd call this battery replacement requirement 'built in obsolescence'! There's no way I'd attempt this. I'd rather buy a new phone. Then again, that's probably why it's so complicated...

Ben Miller - 回复

LOL Obviously you've never replaced a laptop motherboard ;)

nightopz - 回复

How do you repeat the steps in reverse such that you replace the adhesive holding the battery in place? Does a new battery come with the adhesive?

Richard Glendinning - 回复

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