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[* black] We should now have removed the 2 big flex cables attached to their respective and mutual boads. Theboards, the 2 antenna wires and be removing the main logic board.
[* black] We can now start the process of removing the battery. Of all the things held down by adhesive in this device the battery is the most difficult thing to remove. Using a flat plastic pry tool prypry up the edges of the batterybattery, and work you way to the middle from all sidessides.
[* black] CAREFUL not to bend the battery too much i can notmuch. I cannot stress how well this battery is held inin, but be patient and just work at it. Another method is using two long thin andthin, flat plastic prytools to "cut" the adhesiveadhesive, and pry between the battery and body of the phone starting at the USB end. Don't risk a lithium fire by poking a hole in the battery!
[* black] NOTE: when reassembling you could used a counter toptop, and something flat to flatten the battery back outout.
[* black] The third pic is what we should have after the battery is removedremoved.
[* black] We should now have removed the 2 big flex cables attached to their respective and mutual boads. Theboards, the 2 antenna wires and be removing the main logic board.
[* black] We can now start the process of removing the battery. Of all the things held down by adhesive in this device the battery is the most difficult thing to remove. Using a flat plastic pry tool prypry up the edges of the batterybattery, and work you way to the middle from all sidessides.
[* black] CAREFUL not to bend the battery too much i can notmuch. I cannot stress how well this battery is held inin, but be patient and just work at it. Another method is using two long thin andthin, flat plastic prytools to "cut" the adhesiveadhesive, and pry between the battery and body of the phone starting at the USB end. Don't risk a lithium fire by poking a hole in the battery!
[* black] NOTE: when reassembling you could used a counter toptop, and something flat to flatten the battery back outout.
[* black] The third pic is what we should have after the battery is removedremoved.