Introduction

This guide will provide step-by-step instructions on how to replace the battery of your device. After replacing your tablet battery, it would be wise to recycle the battery at a local battery store or electronics retail center.

  1. Starting from any corner of the tablet, carefully insert the plastic pry tool into the gap between the chrome frame and black back panel.
    • Starting from any corner of the tablet, carefully insert the plastic pry tool into the gap between the chrome frame and black back panel.

    • Now slide the pry tool around the tablet to release the plastic locking clips. With the screen facing up, pry the back plastic case down and slightly away from the device.

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  2. Carefully separate the rear case from the front panel assembly .
    • Carefully separate the rear case from the front panel assembly .

    • At this point, you will be able to complete any component replacements necessary.

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    • Use tweezers to lift the small black flap and disconnect the wire from the motherboard.

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    • You do not need to remove the motherboard in order to remove the battery as the photos may indicate.

    • Using a spudger, work the tool under the battery.

      • The battery connected to the case with adhesive. Therefore, you will have to apply a bit of pressure wit the metal spudger.

    • Once you have worked the tool under the battery on both sides as shown, it should lift right off of the case.

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Conclusion

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

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This is for a cell phone, not a tablet. Why?

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