I used an X-acto knife with the flat blade to get it started. I tried using the suction cup - but it’s difficult to get good leverage. Once I got the cover started - I used the metal pry tool (sharpened with a dremel file) and a business card to work it open.
This is definitely the hardest part.
I used a heat gun to soften the glue - worked it around the edges, moving the heat gun quickly. As this is my first attempt, I’m still calibrating on this - but other guides mention getting the back cover hot enough so as it’s just too hot to touch. I also have a temp probe on my multi-meter, and I measured appx. 75 deg. C.
One of the other guides showed using a electronics hot plate set to 105 deg C for 60 sec.
Thanks!! Very good detail. I was able to get the back cover off and replace the battery - the phone is working like a champ!
Didn’t need to heat or use alcohol to get the battery out - just gently kept prying. I used the metal pry tool that came with the battery replacement tool kit. But very careful not to puncture the old battery.
Lorsqu'il en aura reçu, il pourra afficher un graphique de sa réputation au fil du temps.
Voici un aperçu de ce à quoi ressemble ce graphique :
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