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Introduction

Mithilfe dieser Anleitung kannst du die hintere Abdeckung deines Sony Xperia Z3 Compact entfernen.

  1. Erhitze entlang den Kanten der Rückabdeckung, um den Kleber aufzuweichen.
    • Erhitze entlang den Kanten der Rückabdeckung, um den Kleber aufzuweichen.

    • Empfohlene Temperatur: 120-150°C für 60 Sekunden.

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  3. Setze den Saugnapf auf und ziehe daran, während du das Smartphone festhältst, um einen Spalt zu öffnen.
    • Setze den Saugnapf auf und ziehe daran, während du das Smartphone festhältst, um einen Spalt zu öffnen.

    • Stecke ein Plektron in die Lücke, um den Kleber unter dem Rückgehäuse zu lösen.

  4. Nimm die Rückwand ab.
    • Nimm die Rückwand ab.

    • Sei Vorsichtig, die Rückwand ist zerbrechlich. Mit dem Tragen einer Schutzbrille kann man die Augen vor Glassplittern schützen.

    • Beim Wiederzusammenbau das Telefon über Nacht mit etwas beschweren, um eine bessere Haftung des neuen Klebestreifens zu garantieren.

Conclusion

Um dein Gerät wieder zusammenzubauen, folge den Schritten in umgekehrter Reihenfolge.

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Sophia

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I think this guide shows how to open a phone that's already been opened. I have seen another that showed all the glue between the battery and the back cover that can take a lot of effort to remove, plus once done then (if it was before) it will not longer be waterproof.

Paul - Reply

I replaced battery cover and I heat up new one. It looks like it become waterproof again.

Vladimir Gorshunov -

It will no longer be waterproof, unless you are using the exact same quality and amount of adhesive as the original one, and you press the back glass to the phone as hard as it was before.

If not, then it is hardly waterproof.

Thingalong - Reply

I used a domestic hair dryer for about 2 minutes to heat the back of the phone which softened the glue enough for the rear panel to be removed. A layer of glue remained around the frame. The replacement part also had a gummed edge and stuck quite firmly without needing any pressure.

I reheated the rear to soften the new glue and then held the phone in two small clamps gently but firmly until the phone had cooled (overnight as it was convenient).

The phone is waterproof.

IanW - Reply

Do not forget to clean the phone (remove the rest of the glue sticking on the phone). It will fit better with no old glue.

duesseldorfhahn - Reply

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