Introduction

Follow this guide if the battery is dysfunctional and you want to replace it.

On the back of the device, locate the 3 rubber plugs, and use a plastic spudger to remove them.
  • On the back of the device, locate the 3 rubber plugs, and use a plastic spudger to remove them.

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Use the T6 Torx Screwdriver to remove all 4 screws. You have to first remove the Stylus to  access the 4th screw.
  • Use the T6 Torx Screwdriver to remove all 4 screws.

  • You have to first remove the Stylus to access the 4th screw.

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Using a plastic opening tool, carefully separate the front and back cases. Note: The antenna will detach from the phone.
  • Using a plastic opening tool, carefully separate the front and back cases.

  • Note: The antenna will detach from the phone.

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Using metal tweezers, unplug small white plug. Pulling the white plug will disconnect the battery. Make sure the phone is off before you do this step.
  • Using metal tweezers, unplug small white plug.

  • Pulling the white plug will disconnect the battery. Make sure the phone is off before you do this step.

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Slide the flat side of the spudger under the battery and gently dislodge the battery by lifting the spudger up.
  • Slide the flat side of the spudger under the battery and gently dislodge the battery by lifting the spudger up.

  • The battery may be glued to the phone.

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Conclusion

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

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