Introduction

Utilisez ce tutoriel pour remplacer la batterie de votre Google Pixel. Avec une utilisation quotidienne, une batterie typique durera environ 18-24 mois avant de perdre une capacité importante. Si l'appareil ne charge pas, ne s'allume pas ou s'éteint soudainement, le remplacement de la batterie peut être une solution.

Attention : à cause des adhésifs tenaces sécurisant l'écran et de l'espace minimal pour insérer un outil, il est facile d'endommager accidentellement l'écran durant la procédure. Suivez les instructions avec attention et observez tous les avertissements pour augmenter vos chances de succès.

Avant de démonter votre téléphone, déchargez la batterie en dessous de 25% . Une batterie lithium-ion chargée peut prendre feu et / ou exploser si elle est accidentellement perforée.

Si votre batterie est gonflée, ne chauffez pas votre téléphone prenez les précautions appropriées.

  1. Éteignez l'appareil.
    • Éteignez l'appareil.

    • Utilisez un iOpener pour ramollir l'adhésif qui maintient l'écran.

    • Faites glisser un outil d'ouverture dans la rainure le long de l'appareil pour retirer l'écran.

    When reassembling, does the adhesive still hold the phone together when closed or do we need to apply more adhesive?

    Jess Haddow - Réponse

    Unfortunately also cracked my display on the way in. You have to go pretty deep under the top and bottom of the screen but BARELY in around the sides, especially the corners. If I had to do it over again, I would have either tried a playing card or put some type of depth limit/mark on my pick so I didn’t go more than a few millimeters in.

    Matthew Jastremski - Réponse

  2. Séparez lentement l'écran de l'appareil à la main.
    • Séparez lentement l'écran de l'appareil à la main.

    • Faites attention à ne pas forcer sur la nappe derrière l'écran quand vous séparez celui-ci de l'appareil.

    Ruined my Pixel following these instructions. Ribbon cable is at bottom (chin) of phone and not as shown in pictures. My advice take it somewhere and have them replace the battery, that way when they break it it’s their fault.

    John Simpson - Réponse

    I’m sorry the instructions weren’t clear, John! I’ve updated the guide to better illustrate where ribbon cable is and how to work around it.

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    • À l'aide d'un tournevis, retirez les 2 vis T5 de 3,5 mm noires qui fixent la plaque.

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    • Utilisez une pince pour retirer la plaque qui maintient les connecteurs de l'écran en place.

    Using extreme care, another broken screen here. Instead of coming off together, the adhesive separated between the outer glass and the digitizer panel/screen. Both were damaged in the process. Waste of time and money.

    Chris Kahn - Réponse

    • Utilisez une spatule (spudger) pour retirer le connecteur de l'appareil et enlever complètement l'écran.

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    • Utilisez un tournevis pour retirer les 9 vis T5 de 3,5 mm qui maintiennent en place le châssis central.

    • Le châssis central comportent 9 vis au total, mais l'exemplaire ici n'en a que 8.

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    • Placez un outil d'ouverture dans l'encoche située en haut à gauche du téléphone.

    • Glissez l'outil d'ouverture le long de la jointure de l'appareil et soulevez le châssis central.

    • Entendre des clics lorsque vous soulevez le châssis central est normal parce que des crochets le maintiennent vers le bas.

    • Lorsque vous soulevez le châssis central, veillez à ne pas endommager la nappe reliant le haut-parleur interne à la carte mère.

    when removing the mid frame i damaged a ribbon cable at the bottom left. will that prevent my phone from turning on?

    Bryce Thoreson - Réponse

    • Utilisez une spatule (spudger) pour déconnecter la nappe du haut-parleur de la carte mère.

    • Retirez complètement le châssis central en le soulevant de l'appareil.

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    • Utilisez une spatule pour soulever et déconnecter la nappe de la batterie de la carte mère.

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    • À l'aide d'une pince, décollez et repliez le ruban adhésif argenté qui fait le tour de la batterie, de manière à accéder au connecteur en dessous.

    • Utilisez une spatule pour soulever verticalement et déconnecter le connecteur de la carte mère.

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    • Décollez l'adhésif recouvrant la nappe d'interconnexion du côté de la carte fille.

    • Utilisez une spatule pour déconnecter la nappe de la carte fille.

    • Ôtez la nappe de l'appareil.

    • Durant le réassemblage, assurez-vous que cette nappe est positionnée correctement. Le téléphone pourrait ne pas démarrer si elle est installée à l'envers.

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    • La batterie est légèrement collée à la coque arrière. Insérez avec précaution une spatule ou un médiator sous la batterie pour faire céder l'adhésif.

      • Si la batterie ne sort pas facilement, ne soulevez pas agressivement. Appliquez de la chaleur à l'arrière du téléphone avec un iOpener ou un pistolet à air chaud pour ramollir l'adhésif.

      • Faites de votre mieux pour ne pas déformer la batterie en la soulevant. Les batteries lithium-ion sont souple et peuvent laisser échapper des produits chimiques dangereux, prendre feu ou même exploser si elles sont endommagées. Ne pas trop forcer ni faire levier sur la batterie avec des outils métalliques.

    • Ne réutilisez pas la batterie après l'avoir retirée, car cela pourrait représenter un danger potentiel pour la sécurité. Remplacez-la par une nouvelle batterie.

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    • Ôtez la batterie.

    • Pour installer une nouvelle batterie:

      • Retirez tout l'adhésif restant du téléphone et nettoyez les zones d'adhésion avec de l'alcool isopropylique et un chiffon non pelucheux.

      • Fixez la nouvelle batterie avec de l'adhésif prédécoupé ou du ruban adhésif double face. Appliquez le nouvel adhésif sur le téléphone et non directement sur la batterie.

      • Appuyez fermement sur la batterie pendant 5-10 secondes.

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Conclusion

Comparez votre pièce de remplacement avec la pièce originale, vous pourriez avoir besoin de transférer certains composants ou retirer certains adhésifs de la nouvelle pièce avant de l'installer.

Pour ré-assembler le téléphone, suivez les instructions en sens inverse.

Apportez vos déchets électroniques à un recycleur R2 ou de déchets électroniques certifié.

La réparation ne s'est pas déroulée comme prévu ? Consultez notre [hhttps://www.ifixit.com/Answers/Device/Go...|forum de réponses|new_window=true] pour obtenir de l'aide au diagnostic.

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I doubt many people can get past step 1 without it being game over. Take special care, read the comments, and other guides as well.

Benjamin Knight - Réponse

This is accurate. Battery replacement was successful, but my screen broke when I attempted to open it. I misjudged the dimensions of the screen on the sides of the phone and ended up breaking the LCD.

Richard Baxley -

I definitely destroyed my display trying to take it off too. For something this fragile, they should really include much more detailed instructions for how to avoid breaking the display.

vh71886 -

I broke mine too. Not the glass but the display panel underneath.

For those who are going to try opening theirs: pay extreme attention to the fact that the display panel extends somewhat beyond the bottom edge of the visible part of the display where the cable connects and, if that wasn’t bad enough, the bottom bezel has a !&&* of a lot adhesive on it. Don’t insert plastic opening tools on the bottom corners - if you do that, you will damage one of the unprotected corners of the panel like I did. If I had to do that again, I’d probably start from the top edge instead.

The new screen ended up costing me the equivalent of $80, and I was surprised I was able to walk into a store and buy one at all in a country where Pixel was never officially available in the first place. They didn’t have white ones in stock so I went with a black one.

Gregory Klyushnikov -

Same. Even when being warned and trying to be super careful.

Joshua Campbell -

Same, I also broke my screen. I wish I had known how to find these comments beforehand since the link here from the product page is not easy to find.

Chris Pasillas -

Another trashed screen. This phone is a difficult one if you have not done one before. I would recommend not even bothering with prying under the sides and just concentrate on the top and bottom. The edges only allow about 2mm at most before you run into the LCD.

Tyler -

Same, I took nearly an hour to take the screen off, I don’t think I could have been more careful, used playing cards and everything.

Stephen McDonnell -

I have got a question, where to by a battery?

Richard Men - Réponse

Hi Richard, our Pixel battery is currently out of stock, but soon you’ll be able to find it here, in our store.

Adam O'Camb -

Do you need new adhesive tape for the new battery? Why isn’t that part listed under Tools or Parts at the beginning?

Tony Curoso - Réponse

Hi Tony, a new battery will need new adhesive, and our battery replacement kit comes with a precut adhesive sheet for just that. Alternatively, you can use a high-bond, double-sided tape like Tesa 61395 to secure the new battery.

Adam O'Camb -

30 min’s… id like to see that!

mischakuh - Réponse

womp womp, another broken screen failure! I was so close, too. The last little wedges finally caused the LCD to have a small little crack because there was still too much adhesive holding it.

I would amend the guide to put emphasis, and/or extra time, warming up the adhesive on the top and bottom as opposed to the side edges (as that has the most surface connection).

quadmonkey - Réponse

Since replacing the battery I cannot turn my phone back on at all. Needless to say the instructions did not work for me. I don’t know where it went wrong since I cannot even turn it on at all.

chika39 - Réponse

Broken Screen Guarantee

I would recommend avoiding the Google Pixel battery replacement kit. From reading other user's comments the general census is you're going to break your screen doing this. The iOpener is inadequate to heat up the adhesive and the picks seem too thick. Even after reading the experiences of others that tried before me and following their recommendations and trying to be super careful: I cracked my screen.

Instead I wish that I had went through UBREAKIFIX, who is Google's authorized repair company for the phone. It is worth noting they too warn you that there is a chance they will accidentally break your screen while replacing the battery, which is another $130. Seems kind of shady, but they are more experienced doing this than I am so it seems to make sense they would be less likely to break it. Phone manufactures need to make the battery removable and all of this could have been avoided.

Shipping was fast and I like other tools.

Joshua Campbell - Réponse

Not everyone can follow directions. I would recommend watching a YouTube video as well as following this guide.

Rafael Garces - Réponse

Success! I was able to replace the battery in my pixel although it took much longer than expected. I highly recommend using a playing card (or several) to cut through the adhesive as it can fairly easily bend around the fragile components. Patience is needed as it took me nearly an hour to get the screen off, reheating, gently prying and cutting with the card. Once past the screen it was fairly straightforward despite the pre cut adhesive being too long. The adhesive comes back into play during the reassembly prep as it took at least half an hour to remove the old adhesive and prep for the new. Be aware that the foam on the mid frame is alcohol soluble and will dissolve on contact. The new adhesive for the screen took some gentle massaging to line up but ultimately went on without much fight. All back together, it works (hopefully with renewed battery life). I would say allocate at least 2 hours unless you’ve done it before.

josh9623 - Réponse

This took me about 2 hours. I was very, very careful, and it was a success! No broken screen.

jlteekell - Réponse

My screen is already broken and my battery is close to shot so should I just plan on replacing the screen anyways? Seems like removing screen without breaking it is crazy difficult so I should just plan on replacing the screen and battery in one procedure.

Matt Mendivil - Réponse

Worked like a charm! Don’t expect to breeze through this in 30 minutes though. I used a hair dryer rather than the I-opener and was able to easily pry the screen up from the bottom of the phone using the blue opening tool and the suction cup. From there I used the picks to completely release the adhesive from the bottom and the top of the screen. Once the top and bottom were loose I used a playing card to loosen the sides and the screen came right off. For step 14 the picks were too flexible to loosen the clips on the midframe but the spudger did the trick. Requires a bit a patience but it’s not nearly as scary as the comments make it seem. Great product

Anthony - Réponse

Tried to get the screen propped up to start loosening the adhesive. I tried using both the provided iOpener and an SMD rework heat gun, set at very low settings (100 - 120C). Even with extensive heat, I could not get the screen to budge. It’s quite hard to get leverage to lift the screen off, and with the amount of force I was trying to pull on the suction cup to get the screen up, I was concerned about breaking the screen.

I should have read the many reviews by people saying that they broke the screen, so that’s on me, but honestly cannot recommend this. I don’t really think iFixit should be offering this as a product to be honest.

Tim Cosgrove - Réponse

Took me 3 hours but I was successful. Be careful. Watch a couple of YouTube videos and read the instructions front to back twice before you get started.

Adhesive is !&&* and getting started is challenging. Use a playing card and a heat gun to release the adhesive. I started in the top right corner of the device, used the included replacement adhesive as your guide.

I used the included suction cup, heat gun and an xacto knife to catch that first gap on the corner. Use the included picks to hold the gaps as you work your way around. Pull the playing card through the top and bottom gently, the adhesive will stick to the card.

Take care on the long sides, the edge of the screen is VERY narrow, make a mark along the edge of the card at 1mm. Don’t pry, just slide. Use the heat gun constantly, get the screen hot to the touch.

Once I reassembled the phone the microphone didn’t work. I popped it open again and reattached the ribbon cable on the daughter board. Microphone works now — but it gave me a good scare.

Philip Van Drunen - Réponse

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