Introduction

Use this guide to remove the battery from your Xiaomi Mi Pad.

Remove the micro SD card slot from the left side of the device using either the metal pin included with the device or a SIM card eject tool.
  • Remove the micro SD card slot from the left side of the device using either the metal pin included with the device or a SIM card eject tool.

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Use a plastic opening tool and/or opening pick to gently pry the back panel away from the device.  Work your way around the device, slowly increasing the gap. The back panel has small clips and light adhesive that easily releases from the device.
  • Use a plastic opening tool and/or opening pick to gently pry the back panel away from the device. Work your way around the device, slowly increasing the gap.

  • The back panel has small clips and light adhesive that easily releases from the device.

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Remove the twelve 3.0 mm Phillips #000 screws on the upper cover of the device. Remove the twelve 3.0 mm Phillips #000 screws on the upper cover of the device.
  • Remove the twelve 3.0 mm Phillips #000 screws on the upper cover of the device.

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Remove the upper cover from the device.
  • Remove the upper cover from the device.

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Use a plastic opening tool to disconnect the three ribbon cable connectors. If you're only going to replace the battery, you should only need to disconnect the smallest ribbon cable that connects the battery to the motherboard.
  • Use a plastic opening tool to disconnect the three ribbon cable connectors.

    • If you're only going to replace the battery, you should only need to disconnect the smallest ribbon cable that connects the battery to the motherboard.

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Carefully pry around the perimeter of the battery with a plastic opening tool to loosen the adhesive securing the battery to the device.
  • Carefully pry around the perimeter of the battery with a plastic opening tool to loosen the adhesive securing the battery to the device.

    • Be gentle when removing the battery, as lithium-ion batteries should not be bent or punctured.

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If you disconnected all three connectors, the charging port ribbon cable may have a small amount of adhesive securing it to the battery.  Gently pry the cable free of the battery and lift the battery up and out of the device. If you disconnected all three connectors, the charging port ribbon cable may have a small amount of adhesive securing it to the battery.  Gently pry the cable free of the battery and lift the battery up and out of the device. If you disconnected all three connectors, the charging port ribbon cable may have a small amount of adhesive securing it to the battery.  Gently pry the cable free of the battery and lift the battery up and out of the device.
  • If you disconnected all three connectors, the charging port ribbon cable may have a small amount of adhesive securing it to the battery. Gently pry the cable free of the battery and lift the battery up and out of the device.

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Conclusion

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

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Hi

Great Tutorial, but where can i buy a replacement Battery?

THANKS

Marcel - Reply

Go to Leamington road and you will get it

affan -

Go to Leamington road mumbai

affan -

Where to purchase the Mi Paf battery?

Dino Bay - Reply

Please please make a video for it. I need it desperately.

Man Mohan Shukla - Reply

It is not so easy when u have a deal with factory battery. I think guide tell us about replace battery not first time ;)

tsyba1980 - Reply

Can somebody tell about replacement charge jack on this device?

tsyba1980 - Reply

Where can I get brand new mi tablet battery in india?

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