Image 1/2: Image 2/2:
  • Pull back on the tab on the back of GoPro to open the battery cover.

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  • Pull the battery out using the tab.

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Image 1/2: There is some adhesive and clips so be careful and the faceplate should pop right off. Image 2/2: There is some adhesive and clips so be careful and the faceplate should pop right off.
  • Use the plastic opening tool to remove the faceplate.

  • There is some adhesive and clips so be careful and the faceplate should pop right off.

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Image 1/2: Use the T4 tool bit from the iFixit toolkit in order to remove the 4 screws on each corner. Image 2/2: Use the T4 tool bit from the iFixit toolkit in order to remove the 4 screws on each corner.
  • Now that the faceplate is off, it is time to remove the 4 screws on each corner.

  • Use the T4 tool bit from the iFixit toolkit in order to remove the 4 screws on each corner.

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Image 1/2: Using the plastic opening tool, slowly pry open the motherboard assembly. Image 2/2: Using the plastic opening tool, slowly pry open the motherboard assembly.
  • Note: Make sure you remove the door cover of the USB, mini HDMI, and SD port before. Separating the motherboard will be easier.

  • Using the plastic opening tool, slowly pry open the motherboard assembly.

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Image 1/2: You should now have the motherboard assembly and the housing separated. Image 2/2: You should now have the motherboard assembly and the housing separated.
  • Use the spudger to gently pry off the connector of the housing to the motherboard.

  • You should now have the motherboard assembly and the housing separated.

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Image 1/3: Using the T4 Torx toolbit, remove the 4 screws that connect the sensor to the lens. Image 2/3: Remove the silver connector of the image sensor from the motherboard using the spudger to pry it off. Image 3/3: Remove the silver connector of the image sensor from the motherboard using the spudger to pry it off.
  • Use the spudger to remove the heat shield tape and detach the image sensor from the motherboard.

  • Using the T4 Torx toolbit, remove the 4 screws that connect the sensor to the lens.

  • Remove the silver connector of the image sensor from the motherboard using the spudger to pry it off.

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Image 1/2: x1 T4 Torx Image 2/2: x2 Phillips #00
  • The media adapter is attached to the motherboard via 3 screws:

    • x1 T4 Torx

    • x2 Phillips #00

  • There is a little silver bracket (in the yellow circle) that is held down by the Phillips #00 screw so be careful not to lose it.

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Image 1/2: Remove the media adapter from the motherboard. Image 2/2: Remove the media adapter from the motherboard.
  • With a little prying, use the spudger to detach the media adapter's connector from the motherboard.

  • Remove the media adapter from the motherboard.

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Conclusion

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

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