the plug is actually not so easy to mount. luckily, I tried before removing the blue plastic liners. I ended up plugging the battery in before glueing it in place, just to be sure I could connect it at all, which worked fine for me.
also, I recommend checking if the battery loads and whether the phone still works, before glueing the back cover on the phone
haha, the same happened for me after using a hair dryer. While still hot, the paint peeled of very easily. (too bad the mid-frame visually blocks most of the circuits…)
there is still no exclusive guid for the s6 battery adhesives… but it is pretty straight forward anyway
batteries typically ship at 60%. it also the recommended charge if you store batteries for long time.
Neither I had any success with the iopener. I ended up heating with a hair dryer. The metallic edges become quite hot.
BTW: My phone’s “Rear Glass” is actually plastic. It didn’t seem like it would crack very easily.
check out the guides for “battery adhesive” and replacement of “rear glass”.
what would you want to use the old battery for?
the battery was pretty tough for me. I used two of the blue picks and lots of isopropanol wipes.
I needed help of a second person to insert the first pick. Apart from that, it was a one person job for me.
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