For general disassembly guide follow this link. This guide will follow the steps taken in the general disassembly of the Beats Pill 1.0.

  1. Using the spudger, create space between the speaker covers and then remove.
    • Using the spudger, create space between the speaker covers and then remove.

    • On the underside of the device, remove the rubber stand with the BeatsPill logo on it.

    • Using a Philips #0 Screwdriver that is ESD-safe. Remove the 4 screws circled in blue that were underneath the rubber stand.

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  2. Remove the 2 screws circled in red with the  ESD-safe Philips #0 Screwdriver.
    • Remove the 2 screws circled in red with the ESD-safe Philips #0 Screwdriver.

    • Slowly remove the center band and 2 clip rings until the adhesive seperates as to prevent damage.

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    • Using the spudger, starting in the middle, pry the device apart along it’s seam as circled in pink.

    • Open the device as highlighted in red to separate the two main bodies of the device. Device should look as picture above.

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    • Circled in red is the speaker pin (yellow, red, black, white) from the mother board. • (Caution! Ground yourself when touching the mother board) Take a picture of the device cables connected to ensure you’re able to reconnect them correctly later.

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    • Circled in red here is the NFC sensor cable. This cable has two (black and red) wires and should be removed carefully.

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    • Remove control cable, highlighted in red with 5 wires (four black and one red) carefully.

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    • Using a PH0 screwdriver, unscrew the four screws holding the band holding the battery in place. (screw length = 6.97 mm)

    • Using the same bit size remove (length = 9.11 mm) the three screws for the motherboard and rubber stopper attached to the screw.

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    • Remove the motherboard from the tabs and gently lift it out of the case. Remove the yellow NFC module with tweezers as well to completely remove the motherboard.

    Is this two batteries we need to replace? Or is just the right one the battery?

    delliskd - Reply

    The batteries I bought from Amazon came with two batteries alreaded connected to one another. One one set of leads needs to be soldered

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    • Remove power button and springs.

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    • Using a wirestripper strip the wires and using the wirecutters to cut the red and black wires attached to the motherboard.

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    • Using a soldering iron attach the new battery to the motherboard with the red wire connecting to the 0.2 volts (+) and black wire connecting to the ground (-). See the prerequisite soldering guide for more information on how to perform this step.

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

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donde puedo comprar la batttery para pill beats

felix - Reply

Where can you buy the replacement battery

wtmcclure - Reply

I got a replacement battery for 2.0 from Amazon, it works great! here is the link:

And it also has battery for pill 1.0, pill XL...

Jailene -

Could you please tell what is the yellow card in the last picture?

jmestascatcoparco - Reply

Looks like the Bluetooth antenna

James Jenkins -

It is the NFC module

bobapunk -

Are there two batteries in this thing, or is the left black box a different part?

delliskd - Reply

Here a link to the replacement battery for the beats pill 1.0:

It comes with some of the tools necessary for the repair. There are two battery cells so it looks like two separate batteries but they are connected by wires and sold as one unit.

Mike - Reply

hello, my dear friend, we have remplacement battery for Beat Pill 2.0. are you interested in introducing it? feel free to contact me.

kevin zhang - Reply

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