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Image 1/1: The back cover is the access point for the user-removable battery. Removing the back cover also gives the user access to the hard-reset button.
  • Flip the Delphi MyFi XM2GO Device on its back to start the cover-removal process.

  • The back cover is the access point for the user-removable battery. Removing the back cover also gives the user access to the hard-reset button.

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Image 1/3: Press this button at the top while making a firm grip on the battery cover. Image 2/3: As the button is pressed, move the cover towards the bottom of the device while applying moderate pressure to the cover. Image 3/3: Be careful to not press down too hard on the battery cover as it is made of plastic.
  • Locate the large button on the top back of the device. This button is used to release the latch holding the sliding back cover in place.

  • Press this button at the top while making a firm grip on the battery cover.

  • As the button is pressed, move the cover towards the bottom of the device while applying moderate pressure to the cover.

  • Be careful to not press down too hard on the battery cover as it is made of plastic.

  • The battery removal tab may pop up during the cover removal process.

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  • After the cover is removed, the white Lithium Ion battery is visible.

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Image 1/1: Should the battery need to be replaced or swapped, following these steps will aid in the process.
  • Removing the back cover allows access to the user-removable battery.

  • Should the battery need to be replaced or swapped, following these steps will aid in the process.

  • The battery comes from the manufacturer with a pull tab with a web address printed on it to direct the user in purchasing a new battery.

  • Holding the device, grab the tab with thumb and index figure.

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Image 1/3: The battery will move parallel to the back of the device while a latch at the top is freed with the downward motion. Image 2/3: There is a pivot point at the bottom of the battery where the contacts connect to the battery. Image 3/3: After the latch at the top is disengaged, pivot the battery away from the back and the battery will be free.
  • Pull down on the tab so that the battery block moves a few millimeters towards the bottom of the device.

  • The battery will move parallel to the back of the device while a latch at the top is freed with the downward motion.

  • There is a pivot point at the bottom of the battery where the contacts connect to the battery.

  • After the latch at the top is disengaged, pivot the battery away from the back and the battery will be free.

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  • With the battery removed, the back of the device reveals more information about the product.

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Image 1/1: This mat is stuck to the back of the device like a sticker and can be removed.
  • Under the battery is a magnetic mat, shown in red, that shields battery interference with the reception of the XM Satellite antenna.

  • This mat is stuck to the back of the device like a sticker and can be removed.

  • CAUTION: Do not operate the device without this magnetic shield.

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Image 1/3: These U.FL antenna connections are standard for most portable devices and WiFi cards. They may become detached through use and may be checked if no reception is present. Image 2/3: Lift up the corner and notice the two connectors going to the PCB. Image 3/3: Lift up the corner and notice the two connectors going to the PCB.
  • On the bottom left side of the magnetic mat, the corner can be lifted up to reveal the U.FL antenna connector. A spudger or your fingernails can be used to pry up the corners.

  • These U.FL antenna connections are standard for most portable devices and WiFi cards. They may become detached through use and may be checked if no reception is present.

  • Lift up the corner and notice the two connectors going to the PCB.

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  • Both of these connectors must be firmly attached to the PCB. Try pressing them firmly to make sure they are making full contact.

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Image 1/3: This mat can be pressed down again to secure after checking the connector. Image 2/3: This mat can be pressed down again to secure after checking the connector. Image 3/3: This mat can be pressed down again to secure after checking the connector.
  • On the top right corner, the magnetic mat can be lifted up to check another U.FL connector as with the 3rd step.

  • This mat can be pressed down again to secure after checking the connector.

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  • Try pressing down on the U.FL connector, as seen in this picture, to ensure a secure connection.

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Conclusion

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

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