Ce guide va vous aider à remplacer la batterie.

  1. Dans cette étape, vous devez dé-clipser les ergots (encadrés en rouge sur la photo) le long des bords du panneau arrière du Nexus 7.
    • Dans cette étape, vous devez dé-clipser les ergots (encadrés en rouge sur la photo) le long des bords du panneau arrière du Nexus 7.

    • Ne forcez pas lors de cette opération, les ergots sont susceptibles de se casser.

    Mine doesn't look like this. There is no metal band around it. The only opening looks like its between the front glass and back which is on the front. I'm afraid to try it for fear of breaking it. Any suggestions?

    Kim McCauley - Réponse

  2. Insérez délicatement un outil plat en plastique entre le bord supérieur du cadre du panneau avant et le panneau arrière.
    • Insérez délicatement un outil plat en plastique entre le bord supérieur du cadre du panneau avant et le panneau arrière.

    • Faites glisser l'outil précautionneusement le long du bord supérieur pour écarter le panneau arrière du reste du Nexus 7.

    My Nexus 7 looks nothing like this. These instructions are horrible as they do not work.

    Andy Garcia - Réponse

    • Insérez l'outil entre le panneau arrière et le cadre du panneau avant près du bouton de mise sous tension, et dégagez les ergots tout le long du bord droit du Nexus 7.

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    • Libérez le panneau arrière le long du bord gauche en utilisant la méthode décrite précédemment.

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    • Soulevez délicatement le panneau arrière et séparez-le du reste de l'appareil.

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    • En utilisant la pointe d'un spudger, poussez d'abord un côté puis l'autre pour retirer le câble de la batterie de sa prise sur la carte mère.

    I have the newer version of Nexus and the battery connection inside is different from pictured here. I can't seem to get any part of the connector backed out. Any further details about how to accomplish this step?

    indianowen31 - Réponse

    After my post I tried it again, and realized the connector comes straight UP, not OUT. Once I went this direction, the process was simple.

    indianowen31 - Réponse

    I followed this, everything worked fine. Even though the battery is now charging, the OS doesn't recognise when the USB cable is connected to a wall socket or a PC. The battery icon when the tablet is shut down shows charging so it works, but the OS in itself doesn't seem to know about it...any ideas?


    Daniel Zakrisson - Réponse

    Thanks for your guide. It makes the process very straightforward. Easier than I was expecting.

    Les Gordon - Réponse

    Superb easy to follow guide. Thanks greatly, the nexus 7 lives on ! Just need to patiently wait for it charging now !

    stuart - Réponse

    Yes, this is a really helpful guide. I wouldn't have had a clue without it, but it all turned out to be very simple. Thanks a lot!

    Ian Gibson - Réponse

    I managed to break one of the two small golden pins to the right of the battery cable (obscured by the tool in the picture above).

    Is this terminal (sorry for the pun)?

    I tried re-assembling (without screwing the assembly back to the bezel) and the display doesn't work.

    gravelld - Réponse

    Step 6 could be much clearer. I thought it meant to pry the connector upward, away from the surface. When I did this, all the pins broke off. The correct procedure would appear to be to slide the connector along the surface toward the wire side and battery, leaving the pins at parallel to the surface.

    Unfortunately I don't think my Nexus 7 is salveagable now.

    Warren Harris - Réponse

    Watching a YouTube video helped. Dislodge the battery first, then pull the battery away from the connector and the connector will become dislodged quite easily.

    d_ratner_1999 - Réponse

    • Inserez le côté plat d'un Spudger (spatule) entre la batterie et l'ensemble de la face avant.

    • Faites glisser ce côté plat le long des bords supérieurs de la batterie pour la séparer de l'adhésif qui la maintien à l'ensemble de la façade avant.

    • Ne pliez pas excessivement la carte électronique des connecteurs de la batterie. Faites particulièrement attention quand vous détachez le bord en haut à gauche de la batterie.

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    • Insérez le côté plat d'un spudger entre le coin inférieur droit de la batterie et l'ensemble de la façade avant.

    • Glissez le spudger prudemment le long des bords inférieurs de la batterie tout en soulevant doucement la batterie pour la séparer complètement de son adhésif qui la retient à l'ensemble de la façade avant.

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    • Attrapez le coin inférieur droit de la batterie et faites-le pivoter vers le haut pour la retirer de l'ensemble de la face avant.

    • Si vous rencontrez la moindre résistance de l'adhésif restant, utilisez simplement le bout plat d'un spudger pour éliminer l'excès d'adhésif.

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24 commentaires

Will you guys be making the Nexus 7 battery available through your site?

gabances - Réponse

My battery says me3 puj1. Will this kit work to replace that battery?

Crys -

Thank you so much for this! I had dropped my nexus from about 2 feet onto a carpet and knocked the battery cable loose ( a know problem) but your set by step directions encouraged me to fix it myself instead of sending the whole thing back to Google.

Donald McAtee - Réponse

is it possible to add qi charging by replacing the stock battery with a different one? if so, which battery?

Mabel Xu - Réponse

On the scale of iFixits I've done, this ranks as nearly trivial.

I had success by pushing against the adhesive from the right edges of the battery rather than trying to run the spudger around all the edges.

Total fix-it time: 5 mins.

armadilo - Réponse

I can't get anything between the rear and front panels... plastic nor metal. What's the secret to getting it started?

paddymariposa - Réponse

never mind, finally got in by taking out the sim card slot filler (I don't have a sim card, but got the option just in case)

paddymariposa - Réponse

After battery is taken out of Nexus 7 is how can it be checked using a stand alone battery tester? Specifically, which pins on cable should be pinged? Coming out of battery there are 2 black leads, 2 red leads, one white and one yellow lead? Also, please make an article to check confirm Nexus 7 charging system is working or not. Thank you.

Anthony Alvarez - Réponse

I have a Nexus 7, My daughter forced the charger plug and now not recognized. The card is integrated on the motherboard? You can not change?

Hugo Geo - Réponse

Hugo, just replace the small board. The charger plug and audio socket are on a sub-board. Very easy to do once you have the Nexus open and the battery disconnected. You can buy the board from Amazon for about £15.

Robert Leonard -

I've done some iPad repairs, but this was so easy in comparison. It took less than 15 minutes to complete.

romard - Réponse

Great guide i just changed the battery on my nexus & and this couldn't have been easier, you saved me a lot of money. Bought the battery from the link you provided (Asus EU supply i think) and the guide was so simple to follow. My nexus works just fine now. Thank You.

Rayn - Réponse

took 5 mins 1 min to walk to garage to get IFIXIT toolkit 4 min follow instructions and replace battery.

Toolkit keeps paying for itself


snugglypie - Réponse

Worked for me. Much thanks. Had to wait for replacement battery from China. so far so good.

steve b - Réponse

This is a very easy fix it you have both the recommended tools, follow the instructions and be gentle with stuff. Thanks guys.

Robert Leonard - Réponse

Will this work for the google nexus 7, 32 gig?

thomasina1987 - Réponse

Does anyone know if the new generation battery will work in the old nexus7?

CreeegO - Réponse

Finding this online site is a welcome reprieve from guessing how to repair things. Thank you for providing a way to present difficult issues in easy to read/understand format.

f dryer - Réponse

Not only was this tutorial extremely helpful, a youtube video showing how to open a tablet with fingernails shows the design philosophy of impenetrable Apple products to Google's easy access. I was amazed how easy it was to pry open a corner and work a plastic pen clip along the cover to unsnap it. Two years of steady use appears to wear out the battery so a replacement is already on order.

f dryer - Réponse

thanks again the kit has well and truly paid for itself and it gives a million dollars satisfaction to fix the (deliberatly made ) unfixable

snugglypie - Réponse

Do you have any advice, thoughts, or suggestions if we were successfully able to replace the battery but the device will no longer charge after replacing the battery? The tablet worked fine with the new battery but would not charge and now that the battery has died the device is appears to be bricked.

Peter - Réponse

My original ASUS battery was junk less than a year after I bought the Nexus 7. Does anyone know about any of the following...

1. I'm told that ASUS brand batteries for the Nexus 7 have not been made for quite a while, so any bought now would be old stock. Is this correct?

2. A lot of the new unbranded (or non-ASUS brand) batteries I see listed for sale are 4270mAh, whereas the original was 4325mAh. Are they okay to use, or is it better to find an ASUS brand 4325mAh battery?


Geoff - Réponse

Instructions were dead on correct. No issues, went like a charm. Many thanks!

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