iPod Touch 2nd Generation Battery Replacement
iPod Touch 2nd Generation Battery Replacement.
- 作者: Walter Galan
- 难度: 非常困难
Use this guide to replace a worn-out battery on your 2nd generation Touch. This procedure requires soldering.
步骤 1 — Battery ¶
Use the flat end of a spudger to pry the battery off the adhesive securing it to the metal display tray.
Remove the metal display tray and set it aside.
Lay the battery down flat in the rear case.
步骤 2 ¶
Use a pair of tweezers to remove the small strip of tape covering the end of the battery cable.
步骤 3 ¶
Flip your battery over and lay it down in the rear panel as shown.
步骤 4 ¶
Start working from one side of the battery ribbon cable. In our case, we started on the left. Heat the leftmost solder pad while gently prying up from under the ribbon cable to free it from the board. Repeat this process for each of the two remaining pads, working either right to left or left to right.
步骤 5 ¶
Lift the old battery out of the Touch and set it aside.
步骤 6 ¶
Next, use the tip of a soldering iron to flatten out the solder on the logic board solder pads. The pictures show a 'before' and 'after' shot.
步骤 7 ¶
Place your battery in the rear panel, with the cable side down, and use two small strips of electrical tape to hold the cable against the solder pads.
Place a strip of tape over the end of the battery ribbon cable to both cover two of the solder pads and hold the contacts down against the logic board.
Heat the rightmost contact until the solder below melts and apply a small amount of solder to the contact, allowing it to flow through the two holes in the cable and down to the logic board.
As soon as the solder has flowed into the joint, remove both the solder and the iron.
步骤 8 ¶
Remove the piece of tape covering the remaining two leads. If you are satisfied with the position of the cable relative to the pads on the board, proceed. If not, de-solder the first connection and try again.
Solder the two remaining pads to the logic board, being mindful of overheating the cable or board.