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This guide will show you how to replace the charging port of your Motorola Moto G 3rd Generation. The repair is fast and simple but may require a heat gun.

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    • Use your fingernail to pry under the notch on the bottom of the phone and remove the back cover.

    • Make sure to fully power off the phone before you begin disassembly.

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    • Use a heat gun or an iOpener as a heating tool. This guide explains how to use the iOpener.

    • Evenly apply heat to the edges of the touchscreen to loosen the adhesive. Continue to Step 3 once the edge of the screen is warm to the touch.

    • Do not let the iOpener/heat gun remain on one spot for too long. Excess heat can damage the phone.

    • When reassembling the phone, use the iOpener/heat gun to help the adhesive fuse to the new screen. Heat the screen edges, apply pressure to the screen, and hold the screen in place until it is secure.

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    • As the adhesive loosens, pry up an edge of the screen with a plastic opening tool or an opening pick. A suction cup may also be useful here.

    • Use an opening pick to hold that edge in place and continue this process around the entire screen, applying more heat as necessary.

    • Avoid damaging the LCD screen connector while prying along the screen edges. It is located on the left edge of the phone, across from the volume controls.

    • During reassembly, new adhesive may need to be applied over the old adhesive to properly secure the screen.

    • Use a plastic opening tool to flip up the lock on the display cable ZIF connector.

    • Pull the display cable from its socket on the motherboard.

    • When installing a new display, carefully remove all remaining adhesive from the phone, and clean the adhered areas with isopropyl alcohol (90% or greater) and a lint-free cloth. Install the display using pre-cut adhesive or a strong double-sided tape such as Tesa 61395. Turn your phone on and test your repair before sealing the display in place.

  4. Motorola Moto G 3rd Generation Charging Port Replacement, Motherboard: stap 5, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Remove the ten 2.4 mm T4 screws from the sides of the motherboard.

    • Remove the four 4.5 mm T4 screws from the top and bottom of the motherboard.

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    • If adhesive residue is holding the motherboard in place, use a Jimmy to cut the adhesive between the motherboard and the back of the phone.

    • Carefully lift the right edge of the motherboard from the phone.

    • Avoid pulling on the battery wires, which connect the left underside of the motherboard to the battery.

  6. Motorola Moto G 3rd Generation Charging Port Replacement: stap 7, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Use a plastic opening tool to disconnect the battery wires from the motherboard.

  7. Motorola Moto G 3rd Generation Charging Port Replacement, Charging Port: stap 8, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • Remove the three 3.0 mm T4 screws from the charging port cover.

    • Remove the charging port cover.

  8. Motorola Moto G 3rd Generation Charging Port Replacement: stap 9, afbeelding 1 van 1
    • If the charging port is secured with adhesive, use a heat gun around the charging port for ten seconds to loosen the adhesive.

    • Do not heat the area for too long. Excess heat can damage the phone.

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    • Use a spudger to push out the charging port from the inside of the case and pry it off from the outside of the case.

Conclusie

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

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Is all this necessary? There is a youtube teardown that states the usb port should be replaceable from just the 3 screws, so no glue gun, no screen removal etc. So just step 9.

So is this repair accurate?

Brendan L - Antwoord

Step 10 tells you to push out the charging port from inside the case, which would require first removing the screen. Maybe it's possible to just remove the charging port from outside the case like in the video, but it may require a lot of force and pushing it out from inside is just easier.

Ahnaf Siddiqui -

I mean I replace my charging port every 6 months now and I the only thing I do is unscrew the charging port area and get a tiny flathead bit after applying heat and pull off the metal plate. After that, I insert the flathead into the bottom of the charging port from where it plugs and push it outwards.

nikomarquez2013 -

No, it’s not I did sucesfullz replaced microusb port in mz G3 simplz bz removing screws, pulling port from the outside with ?a?little? more force, replacing it and screwing back. 5 minutes, nothing but T4 torx screwdriver.

MarcinEs -

strange issue

my phone doesnt charge..

it always show charging symbol.

now im charging by switching off phone then connecting charger, after it shows charging then i will turn on phone..

it will charge slowly.and it will discontinue if charging cord is moved...

tried using different chargers,cords but still same issue.

cant able to decide wheiter it is a charging port problem or battery or software..

any suggestions???

please mail me...

hamedliar@gmail.com

hamed khan - Antwoord

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