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Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus. Identifiable by the model numbers A1549, A1586, and A1589.

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Can't get the adhesive off the phone battery (iPhone 6)

I've been at this thing for quite some time and I'm only continuing to get more frustrated as I go. Everything was going well, until I'm supposed to remove the adhesive holding the battery down to the phone. I attempt the way shown in the guide, of which, both adhesives snapped to below the reachable point. Looking through the comments, there were suggestions that I should heat up the back with a hair dryer until it's hot to touch, and then attempt to remove it using a few different methods. Of which, all has failed. I cannot seem to get this %#*@ adhesive off. The floss snapped, I tried with an old card and it doesn't appear to be strong enough, and I've tried using the pry tool which only resulted in ever so slightly prying the battery, which now appears to be bent along the edges, and I'm afraid to "puncture a hole and set a fire." I need to replace this rather quickly as I use my phone for important tasks quite often. Hopefully someone can help me. Thanks and have a good one

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I've been told using isopropyl alcohol on the white adhesives are the best way to make it easier to come off.

Also when doing battery replacements for iPhone 6 always take off the vibrator motor as it makes it easier to remove with the pull tabs, when you start pulling, start grabbing the white part instead of the black tabs as the adhesive tends to separate from the black tabs.

If the adhesive pulling are no good, you'll have to start prying with a metal spider on the middle left and bottom left, away from the volume cable area without bending it too much.

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Metal pryer would’ve definitely helped. I didn’t have the time to order and wait for one, so I ended up using tweezers and lots of prying. But I’ll keep it in mind for next time

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Usually you can lift the battery up enough to grab the adhesive under the battery and resume pulling it out from the bottom. Other than that, you made need to commence the "pry of shame." New battery may be in handy.

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I can halp your to remove the iPhone 6 battery buy iSesamo Opening Tool and use Prying and Opening Tool Assortment and I use Metal Spudger

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We have this happen some times . If you can not use tweezers to regrab the adhesive then use a plastic pry tool and heat to slowly slide it down under the battery to pry it loose.

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Thanks for all the answers. This took way too many frustrating hours, but in the end, I had to do the infamous pry of shame. Removing the vibrator help. Then as I placed the battery in, the connector wasn’t folded correctly to seat on the socket. This took another hour or two as the adhesives were already in. Then, doing the screen connectors took quite some time.

In the end, I haven’t noticed tooooo much of a difference in the battery, but there’s some pros I’ve noticed in the time I’m using it. I feel the guide on removing the adhesives could use some tweaking though. These adhesives are a soab and don’t come out easily.

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