Introduction

This guide will show you how to open the body of the AngelSound to disconnect the motherboard from the case. You will need knowledge of how to use a soldering iron station. For more information regarding soldering visit: Soldering Skills

Image 1/1: Remove the battery compartment lid and set it aside.
  • Access the battery compartment

    • Remove the battery compartment lid and set it aside.

    • Disconnect the battery and set it aside.

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  • Puncture the sticker in the battery compartment with a spudger to access the screw beneath it.

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Image 1/1: Place the screw in a secure place.
  • Remove the 7mm Phillips #1 screw from the battery compartment.

  • Place the screw in a secure place.

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Image 1/2: Insert a plastic opening tool into the side groove about 2cm from the pink plastic component and pry open one side of the device. Image 2/2: Once the side is separated, leave the opening tool inside to prevent the two sides from closing.
  • Begin prying open the device.

    • Insert a plastic opening tool into the side groove about 2cm from the pink plastic component and pry open one side of the device.

    • Once the side is separated, leave the opening tool inside to prevent the two sides from closing.

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Image 1/2: Create separation on that side until the white plastic component comes off entirely. Image 2/2: Place the white plastic component in a secure place.
  • Insert another plastic opening tool into the groove opposite to the side of the tool already inserted.

  • Create separation on that side until the white plastic component comes off entirely.

  • Place the white plastic component in a secure place.

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  • With your hand, remove the pink component.

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  • Remove the 7mm Phillips #1 screw in the middle of the motherboard.

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