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Thanks for sharing. As a side note, I did manage to remove the battery without removing the original adhesive slips. Used my heat blower on low and went gently prying the battery from the sides with a long plastic spud. Weirdly, the newer battery (same model) is a bit smaller on the sides than the original, or maybe the original expanded to the sides with use? Just curious. Everything worked. Thanks again.
Good guide, thanks for sharing. As a side note, I used my heat blower in the low setting (50 C) to soften the original adhesives in some removal procedures and after that I clean the adhesives all with a fine brush and isopropyl alchohol. After well dried I heat them again in 50c setting with eventual higher temp bursts prior gluing to assure an even bond. Thanks!
Thanks. These tips, plus the Moto G5 LCD guide solved my problem. The replacement I purchased was only for the LCD (needed to heat and remove the glass after disassembling the whole phone). Again, thanks.
Thanks. These tips, plus the Moto G5 Plus guide solved my problem. The replacement I purchased was only for the LCD (needed to heat and remove the glass after disassembling the whole phone). Again, thanks.
Weird. I replaced with a new switch and the “no inbetween speeds” sympton still remains. Measured the voltage in my shop and it is 125-127V so I should be fine. Dunno what else to do.
Did you try to use a heat blower for easing the fabric removal?