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Sony Xperia Z2 (D6502, D6503, and D6543) - How to replace the Wi-Fi Antenna

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  1. Switch off the phone. If you can't switch it off, you can use the OFF button near to the SIM card Tray. Warm the Back Cover. You can use a hairdryer.
    • Switch off the phone.

    • If you can't switch it off, you can use the OFF button near to the SIM card Tray.

    • Warm the Back Cover. You can use a hairdryer.

    • Be careful, the Back Cover is plastic.

  2. Use a small suction cup and plastic tools for separating the Rear panel. There is Adhesive tape on the edges of the phone and some between the Battery and the Back Cover, as well. I found a small tab to pull just inside the top of the cover that removed the adhesive and released the back panel from the battery. Its that same style adhesive strip as used in the Iphone 5/5c/5s. There is Adhesive tape on the edges of the phone and some between the Battery and the Back Cover, as well. I found a small tab to pull just inside the top of the cover that removed the adhesive and released the back panel from the battery. Its that same style adhesive strip as used in the Iphone 5/5c/5s.
    • Use a small suction cup and plastic tools for separating the Rear panel.

    • There is Adhesive tape on the edges of the phone and some between the Battery and the Back Cover, as well. I found a small tab to pull just inside the top of the cover that removed the adhesive and released the back panel from the battery. Its that same style adhesive strip as used in the Iphone 5/5c/5s.

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  4. Before installing the new cover, you must clean the phone from the old adhesive tape and install a new one (if your spare part has come without double sided adhesive tape). Before installing the new cover, you must clean the phone from the old adhesive tape and install a new one (if your spare part has come without double sided adhesive tape).
    • Before installing the new cover, you must clean the phone from the old adhesive tape and install a new one (if your spare part has come without double sided adhesive tape).

  5. Disconnect the Battery Flex Cable and remove the two Philips screws. Li-Polymer Battery, 3.8V, 3200mAh Part number: LIS1543ERPC
  6. Unscrew the screw and remove the Wi-Fi Antenna. Unscrew the screw and remove the Wi-Fi Antenna. Unscrew the screw and remove the Wi-Fi Antenna.
    • Unscrew the screw and remove the Wi-Fi Antenna.

Conclusion

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

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jafar khalili - Réponse

hi got my Xperia z replace the broken screen and I was told that the antenna is broke, wait over week to get fixed and still the antenna is so weak I couldn't load my Face Book

kalipatamar - Réponse

This guide seems to have been written just to promote the author’s own website. The advice is very poor, misleading and unhelpful.

(1) Removing the back panel will destroy it. All intending any repairs should have a replacement panel available before beginning.

(2) Replacing battery is as described.

(3) Author does not identify the wifi antenna correctly, nor supply advice on replacing it. Actually the wifi antenna is located at the lower right corner of the Xperia Z2 not upper left as shown. A connector wire runs along the edge in a groove and leads up to a connection on the motherboard. To replace wifi antenna unclip the connector, unscrew the mini circuit board, then reverse the steps with new board/connector.

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