Introduction

How to open the device and what you'll find inside.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Philips Bluetooth adapter AEA2700, use our service manual.

here you can see the view from the top, the bottom and the backface - device is really tiny: only 7,5cm in diameter! here you can see the view from the top, the bottom and the backface - device is really tiny: only 7,5cm in diameter! here you can see the view from the top, the bottom and the backface - device is really tiny: only 7,5cm in diameter!
  • here you can see the view from the top, the bottom and the backface - device is really tiny: only 7,5cm in diameter!

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Remove 2 of the rubbers on the bottom side - you'll find 2 screws afterwards>> unscrew them ;) Remove 2 of the rubbers on the bottom side - you'll find 2 screws afterwards>> unscrew them ;)
  • Remove 2 of the rubbers on the bottom side - you'll find 2 screws afterwards>> unscrew them ;)

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now simply remove the top cover.
  • now simply remove the top cover.

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there's only one external component connected by cable: the NFC tag
  • there's only one external component connected by cable: the NFC tag

  • it's easily possible to remove the circuit

  • lift it on the front side of the device

  • and pull it this direction - it helps to push at the cinch connector!

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Front- and backview of the circuit Front- and backview of the circuit
  • Front- and backview of the circuit

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when reassembling take care to stick the NFC tag to the correct location in the cover
  • when reassembling take care to stick the NFC tag to the correct location in the cover

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RFischer

Member since: 12/29/2014

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Hello. Is there any way to use this device in a car through an adapter or modification?

Fabio Passarelli - Reply

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