Introduction

Si vous essayez de remplacer l'un des composants internes de votre Sony Xperia, le retrait de la batterie est la première étape. Ce tutoriel vous montrera comment ouvrir et retirer la batterie de votre téléphone.

  1. Mettez le sèche-cheveux à feu moyen.
    • Mettez le sèche-cheveux à feu moyen.

    • Déplacez lentement le sèche-cheveux le long des coutures à l'arrière du téléphone. Gardez le sèche-cheveux à quelques centimètres de l'arrière.

    • Circulez le sèche-cheveux pendant une minute entière pour ramollir l'adhésif reliant le téléphone.

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  2. Une fois que l'adhésif est desserré, collez la ventouse dans le haut du centre de l'arrière de votre téléphone et retirez doucement.
    • Une fois que l'adhésif est desserré, collez la ventouse dans le haut du centre de l'arrière de votre téléphone et retirez doucement.

    • Tirez doucement juste pour créer un petit espace.

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    • Une fois que vous avez ouvert un petit espace avec la coque arrière, collez l'outil d'ouverture en plastique dans la couture du téléphone.

    • Déplacez l'outil le long de la couture pour desserrer l'adhésif.

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    • Attention : tirer trop vigoureusement ou rapidement sur la ventouse pourrait craquer le dos du téléphone.

    • Une fois que l'adhésif a bien été desserré, tirez lentement sur la ventouse pour retirer le panneau arrière du téléphone.

    • L'adhésif restant devrait être assez fort pour maintenir le téléphone bien serré lors du remontage. Cependant, une fois ouvert, la résistance à l'eau de votre téléphone a été compromise.

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    • Maintenant que le dos est enlevé, la batterie est visible. Vous avez maintenant accès à la batterie et à ses composants de connexion.

    • Avec l'outil d'ouverture en plastique, retirez doucement le connecteur de la carte mère.

    • Utilisez vos doigts pour éplucher le reste de l'adhésif du téléphone.

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    • Avec l'outil d'ouverture en plastique, pelez soigneusement le ruban adhésif blanc du bas de la batterie.

    • Utilisez vos doigts pour retirer le reste du ruban adhésif de la batterie.

    I found this white adhesive tape just wrapped around the battery, so didn’t need to be removed

    sarah - Réponse

    • Faites glisser le spudger (outil de câblage) fermement le long du côté droit de la batterie, desserrant l'adhésif entre le boîtier et la batterie.

    • Des câbles plats sont tracés verticalement sur le téléphone sous la batterie et peuvent être facilement endommagés. Assurez-vous de ne placer le spudger (outil de câblage) que dans la zone indiquée.

    • Insérez le spudger (outil de câblage) en bas du centre pour desserrer davantage l'adhésif. Séparez soigneusement la batterie du téléphone en faisant glisser le spudger (outil de câblage) verticalement sous la batterie et faisant levier. Cela peut prendre du temps et du travail car l'adhésif est très fort.

    it would be better to show in overlay red the two vertical cables that should not be touched; i damaged by 1 mm at the bottom one of the cable and the display is no longer working, even if can hear touch feedbacks and sound and now if if it charges well :o((

    cagnes06 - Réponse

    if you do what is shown on the picture at step 7 (i did) you can still damage the cable right, because it deviates at the bottom towards the left !

    cagnes06 - Réponse

    Why not start the instructions by saying "This battery replacement operation is too difficult unless you are highly experienced. You are very likely to damage the phone beyond repair. Sony prefer you to buy a new phone every 2 years when the battery fails"

    Roy Banks - Réponse

    I agree that it would be better to overlay red the two vertical cables. Other than that, this step is rather time consuming, than complicated. Obviously you should be attentive to not damage the cables, but if you put moderate force during 3-4 minutes, the battery will finally separate from the case.

    Wondering if it’s safe to use hair dryer at this step.

    strixaluco - Réponse

Conclusion

Pour remonter votre appareil, suivez ces instructions dans l'ordre inverse.

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Does battery replacement ruin the waterproof quality?

mitralal shrestha - Réponse

get reeplacing adheessment from part store.

ooboogah dirti -

Aft er replacing 2 (so called) waterproof phones due to water damage; I kept my Xperia phone away from water. Sony's claim the phone is weatherproof is a joke.

Kevin Ledbetter -

I found that a heavy plastic guitar pick (1.0mm or thicker) worked well as a replacement for the plastic opening tools

ryandrake182 - Réponse

Me too... I agree.

remjok -

Do you have to use the heat blower also in second and third time you wish to replace battery. (If not would be great because it would be simpler to replace battery on the go).

Tomer - Réponse

For Z1 C6903, it may seem that the steps are applicable, but with a slight twist: After removing the cover, you need to use T4 screwdriver and remove the screws holding another "layer" (black plastic). I have to use the guitar pick and remove the black plastic "cover". Then only you can remove the battery (the C6903 battery has plastic frame with screw holes (x 4). Other than this, steps above are applicable, but I can't get the adhesive material to align properly. Remember not to dump the phone into water.

Allen - Réponse

Hi,

Than for da guide,My xperia z doesn't register Network,when ever I insert any working SIM, some symbols of a sim with a mark of a red X sign attached to it and even where Bars indicating the signal strength remains empty with same X mark in red attached to it, is there any I dear to fix this?

Helps can reach me faster via my email(olanya26@gmail.com)

Than.

Amos.

Olanya Kay Amos - Réponse

my xperiz Z phone's battery drains so soon. can i replace it's battery to more power ( mah) battery ?

Anita Singh - Réponse

Ja, das ist wirklich nicht leicht, weil der Akku extrem gut hält. Vielleicht hilft es zu wissen, dass im letzten Schritt, letztes Bild (Blick auf das Handy ohne Akku) in der unteren Hälfte die dunkle Struktur, die wie ein Sessel aussieht, hier ist der Kleber aufgetragen...

Jedenfalls hat es geklappt - vielen Dank an den Autor und auch den Übersetzer!

christofwaas - Réponse

Please anybody can help me that where is Sony Z 1 compact battery is availble available in ksa riyadh??? I couldn't found:(

Miss Afridi - Réponse

I could not remove the battery. LCD is broken. :(((((((

Mu Ba - Réponse

I change the battery any broken the Display, too. But but I know how to open that phone

cepehh -

If I replace the battery will I lose all data held on the phone?

Natalie Rendell - Réponse

No if u don't touch any other part

Christopher Veletchy -

Where can i buy battery for xperia z3plus/z4 worldwide shipping?

kim hae joon - Réponse

I am not too sure what my problem is. My phone sows like it is charging but i cannot switch it on for the past 20 days. Does this mean the problem is with the battery? If so, where can I find a replacement battery for xperia Z? I live in Kisumu, Kenya

Annette Opondo - Réponse

My xperia just suddenly stopped working on me. It was working just fine, then once the battery was low, I needed to charge it, plugged it in the wall charger, and now it suddenly isn't working anymore. What should I do?

Cari Jedlicki - Réponse

Hey guys. I replaced the battery and when booting it up the whole screen is just plain white. I took the whole thing apart again and made sure that all connectors were seated properly - re-seated them just in case etc.

Can this be some hardware damage I did while taking the old battery out? The glue was so strong, I did have to yank on it pretty hard to get it to loosen up.

Thanks,

Ben

Benedek Frank - Réponse

My phone experia z when the charger is insert the phone will and if remove the charger the phone will turn off plus help

william limoco - Réponse

I have changed the battery as mentioned above, but my phone doesn't turned on

There is only a red light indicator and nothing more

I've charged it, tried to boot it as bootloader & ...

Could it be becuz of broken new battery?! And if yeas what should I do with it?

zeus.7reza - Réponse

My xpera z s battery drains so quick what do I do

Chukwudi Leonard - Réponse

If after replacing with new battery then your smartphone (mine is sony experia Z1) can not turn on and if charged, only showing blinking red light 3 times and nothing happens, it means that the smartphone’s system gets no power at all, and definetely means that the new battery is defective…. If not defective but only flat / drained new battery then it can be back alive / start charging after around 30 minutes initial charging… I experienced the same and after asking for replacement new battery from the store, I now have a like-new-Z1.

amankuat2 - Réponse

Where does the flat copper connector fit onto ,,phone details; aSony Xpedia. E4 model e2105.

Andy Fortune - Réponse

Having same problem light flashing on screen, and red light flashing , unable to charge phone

Andy Fortune - Réponse

Very nice and helpful.

Ghulam Hyder - Réponse

Have successfully changed the motherboard on my xperia Z. Then recently the phone would only charge from a dead battery and if I interrupted the charging (ie unplugged and replugged the power supply) it wouldn’t continue to charge. Have just changed the battery from my spare phone now and I plug the power in, the red light comes on for about 10 seconds and then goes off. It’s not charging. Opened it up again and rechecked everything was ok, but still not charging. The old battery back in the spare phone is charging well and continues to charge when power turned off and on again. Was it not a defective/worn battery in the first place? What else could it be?

FYI I am using the same USB plug and cable for both.

sarah - Réponse

PART 1:

Lots of good questions, not enough answers…

I have an Xperia Z3V (Verizon version—try to find info on THAT). The battery, while still chargeable, got all puffy. I purchased a replacement. (Sold to me as off-brand-not-Sony, but arrived looking nearly identical, “Sony” printed on it and everything (the numbers are not precisely the same, though): these are either clues, or a red herrings.) I got the old batt out and the new one in. (Another clue or red herring: The ONLY way to install it was face down, unlike every photo of any Sony battery ever. I’m pretty sure the original was placed that way, too. The connectors definitely connect only if the battery is in face down.)

The new battery charges right up to green! With the peeled-off-the-original-battery Qi coil stuck onto the new battery it even charges on a Qi charger! So THAT’S good. But the phoned won’t fire up. THAT’S bad.

To be continued…

lisabdot@aol.com - Réponse

PART 2:

I’ve tried a whole bunch of found-online last-ditch efforts to get it to turn on (press the battery restart button 10 times, press the down sound button while plugging in the charger at the same time you press the start button while drinking a glass of water from the wrong side…) to no avail.

One other thing: In the first photo of step 5, just to the right of the red-boxed battery connector—what is that plugged in horizontal bar thing? I may or may not have tugged on it a little bit just because it happens to be in the very same location as the battery tabs described in several disassembly instructions found online. (On MY phone, that bar is to the left of the battery connector.) (I am hoping this would be a red herring, not a clue, because if it is a clue it likely is a clue leading to the conclusion that my phone is toast.)

Anybody have any bright ideas???

lisabdot@aol.com - Réponse

Done. I use hairdryer as replacement for heat blower :lol:

qu8il - Réponse

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