Introduction

Is your HTC Desire 610 not holding a charge? Instead of taking it to your phone provider, follow these steps and you can replace that old battery in no time! It's as simple as: take off the back, unscrew the circuit cover, pry out the old battery, and put in a new one. Ta-dah!

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  • Open the SD card slot.

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Image 1/3: The SD slot opens an area where the edge of the back is exposed and can be pried open easily. Image 2/3: The SD slot opens an area where the edge of the back is exposed and can be pried open easily. Image 3/3: The SD slot opens an area where the edge of the back is exposed and can be pried open easily.
  • Using plastic opening or prying tool, take off the back cover of the phone.

  • The SD slot opens an area where the edge of the back is exposed and can be pried open easily.

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  • Using Phillips 000 Screwdriver, remove the two 2.5mm phillips head screws.

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  • Using Torx T5 screwdriver, remove the four silver 5mm torx head screws.

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  • Using Torx T5 bit size, remove the four black 4mm torx screws

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  • Using plastic opening or prying tool, remove the black plastic circuit cover.

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Image 1/2: You may need to pry from both sides of the wires to remove the connection. Image 2/2: Be careful! Damaging the connection port could prevent a new battery from working.
  • Using small plastic opening tool, disconnect the wire connection. Do this by carefully inserting tool under wires and pulling straight up.

  • You may need to pry from both sides of the wires to remove the connection.

  • Be careful! Damaging the connection port could prevent a new battery from working.

  • When inserting a new battery, press firmly on the white connector to snap it into it's port.

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Image 1/3: The battery is glued in with adhesive, so you may have to pry a little hard. Image 2/3: The battery is glued in with adhesive, so you may have to pry a little hard. Image 3/3: The battery is glued in with adhesive, so you may have to pry a little hard.
  • Use the plastic opening tool - you can use a larger one, or keep using the small one - to pry out the battery.

  • The battery is glued in with adhesive, so you may have to pry a little hard.

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Conclusion

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

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Well done! I allways repair iphones, but my own phone is this HTC Desire 610 and I hadn't T5 torx for disassemble it. ;)

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