Introduction

A watches battery is responsible for maintaining the life-time of the watch. Therefore, a damaged battery will take away from the enjoyment of the watch. This guide highlights the steps required to replace the Huawei Jewel Battery. It can be a relatively difficult process, so follow all steps carefully.

Image 1/2: This will prevent the watch screen from suffering damage. Image 2/2: Obtain a Flex Extension with a Size 1.0 mm flat-head. In the case of not having said tool, for this model of watch one can use the hands to replace the strap.
  • Begin by laying the watch on a flat, smooth surface.

  • This will prevent the watch screen from suffering damage.

  • Obtain a Flex Extension with a Size 1.0 mm flat-head. In the case of not having said tool, for this model of watch one can use the hands to replace the strap.

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Image 1/2: The watch comes with two of these springs on each side of the back-face. These are used to release the straps from the body of the watch. Image 2/2: The watch comes with two of these springs on each side of the back-face. These are used to release the straps from the body of the watch.
  • Locate the two springs on the back of your watch.

  • The watch comes with two of these springs on each side of the back-face. These are used to release the straps from the body of the watch.

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  • Use the Flex Extension to push the spring to the right. This will release the strap from the watch head.

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  • Carefully pull the strap away from the watch.

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  • Repeat step 3, this time using the other strap.

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  • Locate the 4 T3 screws in the back of your watch, and use the T3 Torx Screwdriver to unscrew them.

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Image 1/2: Make sure the watch is off and not plugged in when prying into the case with the Metal Spudger to avoid the risk of electric shock. Image 2/2: Make sure the watch is off and not plugged in when prying into the case with the Metal Spudger to avoid the risk of electric shock.
  • Use the Metal Spudger to pry open the back of your watch.

  • Make sure the watch is off and not plugged in when prying into the case with the Metal Spudger to avoid the risk of electric shock.

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  • Remove the back case.

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Image 1/2: The glued-down connector in the middle is harder to remove than the rest. That is perfectly fine. Image 2/2: The glued-down connector in the middle is harder to remove than the rest. That is perfectly fine.
  • Use tweezers or a nylon spudger to pry up the four press-fit connectors.

  • The glued-down connector in the middle is harder to remove than the rest. That is perfectly fine.

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Image 1/1: Ensure to place these screws separately from the Torx screws, as they can easily be mixed up.
  • Locate the two Phillips #00 screws holding down the motherboard, and use the Phillips #00 screwdriver to remove them.

  • Ensure to place these screws separately from the Torx screws, as they can easily be mixed up.

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  • Use the Metal Spudger to lift the mother board from the watch.

  • The metal spudger may cause damage to the device, use a black nylon spudger when possible.

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  • Remove the motherboard.

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  • Use the Metal Spudger to carefully lift the battery from the watch.

    • Ensure that the polarity (+/- signs) of the new battery match that of the old battery when inserting new battery into device.

  • A metal spudger may cause damage to the battery or device. Use a black nylon spudger when possible.

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Conclusion

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

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