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简介

This guide will teach you how to replace a nonfunctional battery in your Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition.

    • Using the nylon spudger or plastic opening tool along the edges of the screen, separate the back case off of the device.

    • If possible, consider using the black nylon spudger for a gentler separation.

  1. Place your finger on the thin black bar at the end of the ribbon tape and flip each one up.
    • Place your finger on the thin black bar at the end of the ribbon tape and flip each one up.

    • Gently pull the ribbon tape on the battery away from the bar. Repeat this process for the second ribbon tape.

  2. Remove the six 3mm screws around the battery with the Phillips PH000 screwdriver.
    • Lift up the battery from the bottom and situate the black nylon spudger underneath the battery.

    • Use the black nylon spudger to disconnect the multi-colored wires from the rest of the device.

结论

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

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Step 1 you have to show the back cover to remove. Showing the front side is confusing.

After step 4 there should be a step 5 to show how to disconnect the white connector with the colored wires: it took time to discover that you have to lift the 2 side clips, and not to pull…

prisca - 回复

Just followed your instructions. Used a online kit with a guitar pick-like spudger. Had to wrestle with it slightly, but everything worked out perfectly to your instructions.

Matt - 回复

Followed the instructions. Worked nearly perfectly. The last step is a bit tricky. Just look at the new battery to understand the system.

Eramur - 回复

Something I won’t be doing again. It was very annoying to do and nerve racking to complete. Was a pain to snap back together.

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