Introduction

Before replacing the battery, turn off the LG V10. If your LG V10 is being charged for a couple hours but quickly drains even when it’s not being used, for example the battery percentage goes from 100% to 95% within ten minutes of being unplugged, then the battery’s life has been depleted and may need to be replaced.

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Wedge the flat end of the plastic spudger, or the tip of your finger, in between the back cover and the LG V10’s charging port.
  • Wedge the flat end of the plastic spudger, or the tip of your finger, in between the back cover and the LG V10’s charging port.

  • If using a spudger, it should not be in the charging port, but between the metal lining of the charging port and the back cover.

  • Carefully lift up on the spudger or with your finger so that the back cover pops up. The rest of the back cover should easily come off by sliding a finger or spudger under the back cover and around the sides.

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There’s an impression next to the battery for the user to use their finger to pry the battery out; pry the battery out using your finger or the flat end of the spudger.
  • There’s an impression next to the battery for the user to use their finger to pry the battery out; pry the battery out using your finger or the flat end of the spudger.

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Conclusion

After replacing the old battery with a new one, reattach the back cover and press down on all sides to make sure it's properly reattached.

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