Parts

No parts required.

  1. Remove the teflon tape from the bottom of the mouse with a spudger.
    • Remove the teflon tape from the bottom of the mouse with a spudger.

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  2. Remove the four screws with the Phillips head #00 screwdriver.
    • Remove the four screws with the Phillips head #00 screwdriver.

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    • Gently pull on the top plastic plate of the device and carefully unplug the white cord from the circuit board.

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    • Gently pull up on the two side plastic plates.

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    • Take a plastic spudger and gently pry the battery pack from the device.

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    • Unplug the power cord from the circuit board.

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    • Plug the cord of the new battery into the socket on the bottom right of the circuit board.

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Conclusion

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

8 Comments

Do you have battery for sell?

BcTwenty9 - Reply

Anyone know where to buy a new battery?

Antony Lynch - Reply

Showing how to remove the old battery but not showing or writing what kind of battery one must have (type, where to buy, …) to replace the old one is somewhat stupid - really stupid!

Gooly - Reply

that battery appears to be very swollen………

Levi Coffey - Reply

I believe the battery model is FT112943P

tiago.carvalho.leite - Reply

Any battery that’s 3.7V should be fine, I bought this battery from amazon. The only thing I need to do is to switch positive and negative terminals.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0767K...

ak48disk - Reply

I have some spare Dualshock 4 controller batteries, which are basically 1S lipos, like the one in this mice.

I am just concerned about the protection circuit which tha original battery has, because the DS4 battery has a plastic case.

My question would be: Can I use the PS4 controller battery if I manage to hack it into the mice somehow, or would it be dangerous?

Felder Szabolcs - Reply

UPDATE: I just disassembled a PS4 controller’s battery, and without a case, you can fit a battery in the naga, but You need to change te + and - wires, and you have to solder in longer wires, but it works.

Felder Szabolcs -

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