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Droid MAXX 2 Battery Replacement

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  1. Droid MAXX 2 Battery Replacement, Battery: stap 1, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Insert a small pointed object into the hole on the sim card tray to eject the tray from the phone.

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    • Pull the sim card tray up out of the phone

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    • Wedge your thumb into the indent located on the bottom left corner of the back cover and pull up to remove the back cover.

  4. Droid MAXX 2 Battery Replacement: stap 4, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Remove the seventeen 3.2mm Torx T4 screws from the mid-frame.

    • These may be T3 screws. If you are having trouble unscrewing these, stop and try a T3 bit.

  5. Droid MAXX 2 Battery Replacement: stap 5, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Pull the mid-frame off of the phone.

    • Keep track of the on/off and volume buttons when you take the phone apart because they are likely to fall out when the halves are separated.

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    • Remove the static tape covering the two connectors.

    • Use a spudger to disconnect the battery cables from the motherboard.

    • If battery has adhesive, use heat gun for one to two minutes to loosen it. Be careful of the points outlined in red when prying it up. Use guitar picks or a spudger to gently lift the battery and separate the adhesive.

  7. Droid MAXX 2 Battery Replacement: stap 7, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Remove the disconnected battery from the phone.


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

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Ian Lee

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I ordered a FL 40 replacement battery but it only had one set of wires, not 2, it worked perfectly except it wouldn’t recharge. I am guessing that is what the second wire was for. Can you tell me what is the difference in the FL40 batteries? I need to be more specific that I need 2 wires, is there some other number or designation I need to use when ordering?

janiew48 - Antwoord

Still need help please.

Hi,  I bought the F40 replacement battery, it only has one cable, the old one has 2 cables, the old one goes around the front of the battery, and I believe it might for heat?  You can see it on the front of the battery on your instructions for changing the battery in the Maxx 2.  The replacement battery doesn't have that.Now to my problem.  I changed the battery, super easy, no problem.  It powered the phone just fine, but the battery would not recharge.  I had ordered 2 batteries as my son has the same phone.  Both acted the same way, powered the phone but wouldn't recharge.  Do you think I am doing something wrong or do you think I might have bought 2 bad batteries?  I bought F 40.

Please any help would be appreciated.

Thanking you in advance.


janiew48 - Antwoord

Missing step from this guide — you need to move the inductive charger piece over, or the phone won’t charge (even though battery charge indicator comes on), as users like janiew48 found. Even if you break the coils (I did, the glue had turned to cement, basically) you need to plug the connector itself in. Once I did that, replacement battery worked perfectly!

aschuell - Antwoord

Agree with the comment above. Missing step - you must carefully remove the inductive charging coil from the old battery and place it on the new battery in the same location. Thin double stick tape will supplement the glue that may be still on the coil after removal. Some heat helps to remove the old coil. I also found that the kit I bought had poor quality tools in it so I needed to purchase (at my local tool store) a good quality T4 Torx driver in order to remove the mounting screws. Be careful not to strip our the heads on those screws.. Take your time and be patient - the results are worth it.

RAL Repair - Antwoord

I put in new FL40 battery but didn't have the attached black object with the outlining orange circuitry and plug shown in several of the photographs. After considerable online research I discovered it was a NFC antenna for easily transferring data between two very close devices, not an inductive charging coil that I believe other commenters alluded to. This antenna can be carefully removed from its black adhesive backing on the original battery and then attached at the same location on the replacement battery using double-sided tape. The antenna's plug is then attached to the same connection it was detached from when the original battery was removed. Hopefully NFC will still function.

Kent Grant - Antwoord

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