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How to Remove In Built Phone Battery

Most smartphones currently come with built in battery that normally needs technical skills to remove. However that does not mean that anyone can not remove it. In most case you will need to remove the built in battery when you want to change a spoiled battery or when you want to change the smartphone screen. I will show you step by step process you can follow to remove the built in battery from your smartphone and safely return it.

Is it safe to remove the built in battery?

Normally, smartphones with high capacity batteries come with none removable batteries. The manufacturer advises users not to remove the built in battery. There is always a warning on top of the battery cover that reads ( Do not remove built in battery). However this does not mean that it cannot be removed. The warning is to caution you of the action since you might lack the knowledge and know how on how to return it. It is therefore advisable to remove it if you have the skills to fix it back.

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Why most smartphones comes with built in batteries?

There are two main reasons why most smartphones now days come with built in batteries.

  • The batteries are huge in size hence the need to firmly fix them in one position properly.
  • To prevent movement of the battery from its original position that might affect the performance of the phone.

Reasons Why it is not advisable to remove the built in battery

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Here are some of the reasons the manufacturers warn you not to remove the built in battery

  • You might damage the battery

Built in batteries are usually mounted on the body surface of the phone, the mounting is done with a strong gum thus making it strongly attached. Trying to remove it normally requires application of force to un mount it. Forcing it out might damage the battery forever thus one must be careful. Technicians normally use gum removers to weaken the gum before they can remove the batteries.

  • You might not fix it properly

Most of the built in battery can only be removed after unscrewing and separating most parts of the phone. After you have removed the built in battery, it is a process to fix it back. This is because you will be required to fix other phone components properly in their position. To many, this will be the most challenging part. This might require some technical knowledge that you might not have.

  • You risk damaging the whole phone

It will be very saddening if in the process of removing the built in battery you end up damaging your phone and it stops working. Since most of the built in battery can only be removed after unscrewing and separating most parts of the phone. Any slight damage to the internal phone parts such as the motherboard will make your phone stop working. There is nothing so painful as having a dead phone just because you made a mistake that you would have avoided.

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How to Remove the built in battery

Here is how you can remove the built in battery and some of the things you will need to swiftly accomplish the process. You will however need to have a screw driver to unscrew the nuts at the back before you can begin the process.

  • Built in battery Removal Using Home Dry Cleaner

Home dry cleaner is one of the best gum removers hence suitable for weakening the gum used to mount the battery. Apply a little of it from the edges and let it penetrate at the back. But before you can apply home dry, make sure you unplug the battery connector from the smartphone’s motherboard. This is to prevent any incident of short circuiting. Also be careful not to apply the liquid on the mouth piece. Any contact with the mouth piece will make it stop working. Do not worry if it spills over to the motherboard since it quickly dries up and will not cause any damage. Follow these procedures to do it.

  • Power off your phone
  • Unscrew all nuts to remove the cover and locate the battery
  • Unplug the battery connector from the mother board
  • Carefully apply home dry liquid around the edges and let it flow to weaken the gum
  • Gently pull the battery to de touch it from the gum
  • Built in Battery Removal Using Propanol

Propanol is a lab chemical that is also effective in gum removal. It is also very useful while removing the screen of a smartphone. It quickly dissolves the gum making it easy to separate attached parts. To remove built in battery using Propanol;

  • Power off your phone
  • Unscrew all nuts to remove the back cover and locate the battery
  • Unplug the battery connector from the mother board
  • Carefully apply propanol liquid around the edges and let it flow to weaken the gum
  • Gently pull the battery to de touch it from the gum
  • Built in battery Removal Using Heat Gun
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Heat gun is another effective way to remove built in battery from a smartphone. However one must be much careful since direct application of heat on the battery might damage the battery. Always set the heat temperature at moderate when using this method. To effectively use heat gun

  • Power off your phone
  • Unscrew all nuts to locate the battery
  • Unplug the battery connector from the mother board
  • Carefully apply heat around the edges to weaken the gum
  • Gently pull the battery to de touch it from the gum

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Using any of the above discussed methods will help you to effectively remove the in built battery or change it. After you are done, carefully fix the battery back to its position making sure you return other parts back to their original position.

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