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    • Power down the phone by holding the power button for several seconds.

    • While holding the battery release button, pull the bottom end of the phone out of the body.

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    • Separate the battery from bottom half.

    • Insert the new battery in the same position and orientation as the old battery. Match up the arrows to be sure the orientation is correct.

    You should be able to pull it out by pulling down and away at the same time.

    This video has a better explanation of how its done.

    Germanetti Rosas - Réponse

    Para temover a bateria, é só puxar???

    eliezerhenriquesilva - Réponse

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    • Remove the two 5.5mm Phillips #00 screws from the base of the phone.

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    • Insert the plastic opening tool into the bottom seam

    • Pry the plastic from the base only a slight amount.

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    • Remove the one 5.5mm Phillips #000 screw.

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    • Insert the plastic opening tool into the seam between the two plastic layers.

    • Pry the plastic from the body.

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    • Insert the plastic opening tool into the seam under the metal charging port.

    • Pry the metal charging port from the body.

Conclusion

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

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I would love steps to show not only pulling out the usb port, but also putting the new one in and re-assembly. Also maybe tips about things to avoid doing -- easy slip ups people make when doing it. Why replace just the usb port instead of the whole board assembly or instead of the entire bottom module? Thanks! Great pics

jessicacollins267 - Réponse

Anyone know how to bypass the "insert a supported module" error that comes up after changing the charging port?

Rene - Réponse

Do you solve the problem? Can you help me, please?

Budai Daniel -

I need to do this repair on my phone, but Rene's comment worries me. Does this error message come up often? Can it be fixed?

Brad - Réponse

Hello. I have the same problem like Rene . I changed the usb port and when I try to power on my smartphone it shows me the picture that said “insert a supported module” like what Rene said earlier. Please, I need help.

Budai Daniel - Réponse

Your question is pretty old, but here's the late answer.

It seems only original modules were accepted.

Buy an original LG module and it shouldn't work.

wundama -

Did you get rid of error ?

Would be nice to know…cmon people ! That was 1.5 yrs ago !

Eric Wilhelm -

I just finished putting a new USB charging port in mine. It worked fine no worries. Buy parts from a actual cell phone place and you shouldn’t have any problems. No more ding please put charger in to usb 500 times a day. Thank You for this guide.

Jeff Yaciuk - Réponse

Not all parts are compatible with all phone models out there. And not all dealers are correctly advertising their parts as “working with” when they don’t work with that model. Even though charging ports are ranging from $15-$20 and impossible to know compatibility until you buy and attempt replacement.

Anyone have consistent experience with replacement parts?

Thomas J - Réponse

I also had Rene’s problem. I purchased from iFixit.

Jennifer Knack - Réponse

Edit: I purchased the charging port from iFixit and my phone from AT&T.

Jennifer Knack -

One more edit (and this might be the problem): I have the H820, not H850.

Jennifer Knack -

I ordered the correct new charging port , I installed the battery to the module, turned on phone and

screen read install correct module. ? It is the correct one, wtf, Do I need a new battery or why is it not working

Rick - Réponse

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