Introduction

This is a fairly simple guide to remove the battery from your tablet.

Image 1/1: You can use your hands to push against the corners of the device to attempt to make the gap larger for your plastic opening tool to fit in.
  • To remove the back panel of the device, start by attempting to fit the plastic opening tool in the crease between the screen and the back panel of the tablet.

  • You can use your hands to push against the corners of the device to attempt to make the gap larger for your plastic opening tool to fit in.

  • If you are replacing your screen because it is damaged, it may be useful to pick away at some of the glass to expose the clips in the edges of the plastic.

    • Insert the corners of your plastic opening tool into the slots that are on the very outside edge of your device to start disconnecting the panel.

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  • Once the edge of your device's panel is separate from the screen, continue moving around the outside of the device while continuing to pry the two pieces apart from each other.

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  • Insert another plastic opening tool (or a similar tool) between the screen and the back panel on the opposite side of the device to hold it open.

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  • There is a piece of double sided tape on the back of the battery holding it in place. Pull the battery with enough force to pull it apart from the tape.

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  • Remove the twelve 4 mm Phillips #000 screws surrounding the perimeter of the battery.

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  • Disconnect the battery cable from the motherboard by grabbing the cable and pulling upwards.

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  • Now that all of the screws are removed and the cable is disconnected, lift the battery upwards to remove it from the device.

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Conclusion

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

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Thanks. It should be easier. What if my screen is cracked?

callylily55 - Reply

Hi! How do I know the battery is totally dead? Is it worth it to buy a new battery? where to order or buy?

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