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After operating the phone for an extended period of time, the battery will deplete. With regular use, a battery will lose its charge within 24 hours of the phone's separation from the charger. If your battery starts to deplete quicker than it used to, you should replace the component. This guide tells you how to replace your current battery with a new one. Replacement batteries are easily found online via a Internet search.

  1. Slide your fingernail along the edge of the device and pull at the plastic backing.
    • Slide your fingernail along the edge of the device and pull at the plastic backing.

    • While pulling the plastic backing apart from the device, you will hear a snap sound which signals that the backing has detached.

  2. Pull at the plastic backing gently to remove it after hearing the snap sound.
    • Pull at the plastic backing gently to remove it after hearing the snap sound.

  3. Remove the battery from the device by pulling the battery edge upwards.
    • Remove the battery from the device by pulling the battery edge upwards.

Conclusion

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

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