Introduction

Motorola Moto G4 Plus is Moto G Plus (4th Gen) released in 2016.This video shows you how to teardown/disassemble Motorola Moto G4 Plus completely. It also shows how to repairing back cover, rear housing, loudspeaker, headphone jack and other components. Why don’t you replace it by yourself according to this replacement tutorial?

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Conclusion

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

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Witrigs

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What about the digitiser? This video stops before showing how it can be removed

Stephane Barbier - Reply

lcd with digitizer are combined together with glue, it is difficult to replace front digitizer only, if you have broken front glass, you need to replace full front screen including lcd with digitizer, Moto g4 plus lcd screen repair guide is available later today, you can follow it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qdwuU0o...

Witrigs - Reply

What about the USB port? It's still attached to the motherboard in this video.

Matthew - Reply

It's difficult to remove it. Need to do a micro welding to replace the USB port.

Witrigs -

Is all that tape necessary to keep or can it be discarded?

Christopher Pan - Reply

You had better keep them all and put then back when reassemble.

Witrigs -

Note - I was able to disassemble using Torx T4, not T3

Gerry Fahy - Reply

Use a good quality tool kit, such as the iFixit Mako 64 bit set from Pimeroni

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Ensure that the T3 bit is fully located in the screw head - light pressure, slight twist to locate, push in and maintain pressure while turning. If the bit is not properly located then you risk striping the screw head or driver.

stage2video -

The screws are really tight, after several attemps ive only did one, the rest seem impossible to unscrew. Im using a T3 type as recommended, any advice?

Karl - Reply

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