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  • Remove the red rubber case from the device. This should come off with ease.

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Image 1/1: Using a philips head, size #00, screwdriver, remove the screws in each corner of the plastic casing.(total of 4 screws)
  • Turn the device so the screen is facing away from you.

  • Using a philips head, size #00, screwdriver, remove the screws in each corner of the plastic casing.(total of 4 screws)

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Image 1/1: This might take a little bit of force to accomplish, don't be afraid to go at it with a little gusto.
  • Remove the device casing using a small plastic pry bar.

    • This might take a little bit of force to accomplish, don't be afraid to go at it with a little gusto.

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  • After loosening the back cover, remove it from the device so you can get at the innards.

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Image 1/1: Don't rip the soldered wires from the board.
  • Lift the battery up from the motherboard.

    • Don't rip the soldered wires from the board.

    • The battery is stuck to the motherboard with adhesive, it may take a little pull to separate.

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Image 1/1: De-solder the colored wires
  • Remove the battery from the motherboard

  • De-solder the colored wires

    • Be sure to note the order in which the wires are connected to the board before desoldering them.

    • Be careful while removing the solder off of the colored battery wires. The soldering iron will be extremely hot

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Image 1/2: Solder the wires of the new battery into the pads on the motherboard Image 2/2: Be careful when soldering the wires in. Soldering iron will be extremely hot
  • Replace the old battery with the new one

  • Solder the wires of the new battery into the pads on the motherboard

    • Be careful when soldering the wires in. Soldering iron will be extremely hot

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Image 1/1: Close the case by putting the back cover back on the device
  • Once the wires are fully soldered, put the new battery back to the initial position

  • Close the case by putting the back cover back on the device

    • Will take some force

    • Make sure the battery is not in the way of the back cover

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Image 1/1: Put the red rubber casing back on.
  • Once the back cover is on, screw in the four screws that you had taken off in the beginning

  • Put the red rubber casing back on.

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Conclusion

If all the steps were followed correctly, the device should be fully closed and ready to go

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Thank you for sharing the idea ,but I need that NABI JR battery. So ,where from I can purchase it .

Lus Ka - Reply

I have seen them on ebay but it's easier to find a Nabi 2 battery on ebay. The Nabi 2 battery is quite a bit larger but with a very minor mod to the Nabi Jr. the Nabi 2 battery will fit and give you a much longer run time from a single charge.

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