Remove the two screws on the side of the tablet that hold the back cover in place using the ifixit PH00 screwdriver. The screws for the back cover are: 1.5mm diameter x 3.5mm long
  • Remove the two screws on the side of the tablet that hold the back cover in place using the ifixit PH00 screwdriver.

  • The screws for the back cover are: 1.5mm diameter x 3.5mm long

  • When doing any work on electronic devices, always use an anti-static wrist strap!

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With the ifixit prying tool separate the back cover from the rest of the device. The speakers are attached to the back cover and motherboard assembly so remove carefully. The speakers are attached to the back cover and motherboard assembly so remove carefully.
  • With the ifixit prying tool separate the back cover from the rest of the device.

  • The speakers are attached to the back cover and motherboard assembly so remove carefully.

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Remove the non-conductive tape that is on the battery and motherboard assembly. Remove the non-conductive tape that is on the battery and motherboard assembly. Remove the non-conductive tape that is on the battery and motherboard assembly.
  • Remove the non-conductive tape that is on the battery and motherboard assembly.

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Slide the ifixit spudger under the battery. Pry the battery up, and work your way down the side of the battery, releasing it from the adhesive holding it down. Be careful not to deform or puncture the battery when prying it out, as it could cause a fire.
  • Slide the ifixit spudger under the battery.

  • Pry the battery up, and work your way down the side of the battery, releasing it from the adhesive holding it down.

  • Be careful not to deform or puncture the battery when prying it out, as it could cause a fire.

  • Carefully pull the battery out of the Envizen V100M.

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Remove the solder from the wires connecting the battery to the motherboard here is a guide on how to solder.
  • Remove the solder from the wires connecting the battery to the motherboard here is a guide on how to solder.

  • Remove the soldered wires with the tweezers. If this does not work you are going to have to heat up the solder in order to remove the wires

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Remove the power to the LCD screen. This is a matter of removing the grey wire and white wires that are soldered to the motherboard.
  • Remove the power to the LCD screen. This is a matter of removing the grey wire and white wires that are soldered to the motherboard.

  • Note the orientation of the grey wire and white wire. The location of each wire is VERY important.

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Remove the three ribbon cables from their couplings Using the prying tool gently push the bracket up, allowing for the cable to right out.
  • Remove the three ribbon cables from their couplings

  • Using the prying tool gently push the bracket up, allowing for the cable to right out.

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Remove the solder holding the white ribbon cable in place, here is a guide on how to solder.
  • Remove the solder holding the white ribbon cable in place, here is a guide on how to solder.

  • Then flip the motherboard over to access the screws for the rear facing camera.

  • Be very careful that you doe not tear the wires for the camera. gently flip the motherboard making sure to not stress out the wires.

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Unscrew the camera from the back of the motherboard using the ifixt PH00 screwdriver. Gently push on the black plastic bracket holding the camera in place. The bracket should pop right out.
  • Unscrew the camera from the back of the motherboard using the ifixt PH00 screwdriver.

  • Gently push on the black plastic bracket holding the camera in place. The bracket should pop right out.

  • The camera is then free from the motherboard assembly and can be replaced.

  • The screws for mounting bracket are also 1.5mm diameter and 3.5mm long.

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Conclusion

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

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