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A look at Tile's small new tracker

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  1. Use a spudger or flathead screwdriver to remove the outer ring
    • Use a spudger or flathead screwdriver to remove the outer ring

    • I removed the rubber button cover as well, but this is not necessary.

  2. Use a flathead screwdriver to pry the two halves of the case apart from each other
    • Use a flathead screwdriver to pry the two halves of the case apart from each other

    • The technique I used is to find a small hole in the casing and use a very small flathead screwdriver with upward/downward force.

  3. Pull the electronics out of the casing.
    • Pull the electronics out of the casing.

  4. At the bottom is the power source - A soldered-in CR2032 battery.
    • At the bottom is the power source - A soldered-in CR2032 battery.

  5. Hidden away in the top casing is a piezoelectric speaker.
    • Hidden away in the top casing is a piezoelectric speaker.

  6. The main chips:
    • The main chips:

    • 240 C29

    • N(RF)52810 CAAAD0 1928AE

Andrew S

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I’m glad I was not the only one who tried this, but you had much more success than me. We used to use ours for the remote to the TV which gets lost often and then the battery died and I refused to believe it was not user replaceable. Unfortunately I didn’t have much luck actually getting past step 1 since the two halves staunchly refused to come apart. So I murdered it in frustration and threw it in the bin.

Alisha C - Contestar

Yep, mine lasted a little less than 2 years. The key to getting the two casing halves apart is to use a really small flathead screwdriver and put it in one of the holes in the casing, then start pushing downwards.

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