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Introducción

For general disassembly guide follow this link. This guide will follow the steps taken in the general disassembly of the Beats Pill 1.0.

  1. Using the spudger, create space between the speaker covers and then remove. On the underside of the device, remove the rubber stand with the BeatsPill logo on it. Using an ESD-safe Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the four screws that were underneath the rubber stand.
    • Using the spudger, create space between the speaker covers and then remove.

    • On the underside of the device, remove the rubber stand with the BeatsPill logo on it.

    • Using an ESD-safe Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the four screws that were underneath the rubber stand.

    I bought a brand new Beats Pill 1.0 online last week the first night it seemed to work all right the next day I charged it I plugged it in and it was crackling on the left hand side from the front and now the whole volume of both sides very low but it is still getting a Bluetooth connectivity I tried to reset it by holding the baby and the power button to get this thing in the back to flag it would not reset that way any suggestions I meant it is for a lot of money I paid $170 I thought I was getting a brand new device

    Steven Sudnick - Contestar

  2. Remove the two screws with a Phillips #0 screwdriver. Slowly remove the center band and two clip rings until the adhesive separates. Sit to the side the clip rings and the center band Slowly remove the center band and two clip rings until the adhesive separates. Sit to the side the clip rings and the center band
    • Remove the two screws with a Phillips #0 screwdriver.

    • Slowly remove the center band and two clip rings until the adhesive separates. Sit to the side the clip rings and the center band

  3. Use the spudger to pry the device apart along its seam, starting in the middle. Open the device to separate the front and back panels. Open the device to separate the front and back panels.
    • Use the spudger to pry the device apart along its seam, starting in the middle.

    • Open the device to separate the front and back panels.

  4. Carefully remove the yellow, red, black, and white wires  from the motherboard. Ground yourself when touching the motherboard.
    • Carefully remove the yellow, red, black, and white wires from the motherboard.

    • Ground yourself when touching the motherboard.

  5. Carefully remove the black and red NFC sensor wires. Carefully remove the black and red NFC sensor wires.
    • Carefully remove the black and red NFC sensor wires.

  6. Carefully remove the control cables (4  black, 1 red). Carefully remove the control cables (4  black, 1 red).
    • Carefully remove the control cables (4 black, 1 red).

    • Using the same screwdriver, remove the motherboard screws along with the rubber stoppers.

    • Gently remove the motherboard from the case

    • Remove the yellow NFC module with Tweezers

    Is this two batteries we need to replace? Or is just the right one the battery?

    delliskd - Contestar

    The batteries I bought from Amazon came with two batteries alreaded connected to one another. One one set of leads needs to be soldered

    Scott Carpenter - Contestar

    Where is the yellow NFC module in the photo? I do not think there is a picture of it removed.

    salcampana - Contestar

    You see a part of it on Photoshop step 7, on the top, it’s stuck behind the motherboard screws, just lift it loose with a tweezer or something, it could be a little bit ‘glued’/fixed to its surroundings. After battery change, just put it back, does not need any fixation.

    lofors -

  7. Remove power button and springs.
    • Remove power button and springs.

  8. Cut off the battery wires
    • Cut off the battery wires

  9. Using a soldering iron attach the new battery to the motherboard with the red wire connecting to the 0.2 volts (+) and black wire connecting to the ground (-). See the soldering guide for more information on how to perform this step.
    • Using a soldering iron attach the new battery to the motherboard with the red wire connecting to the 0.2 volts (+) and black wire connecting to the ground (-). See the soldering guide for more information on how to perform this step.

Conclusión

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

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donde puedo comprar la batttery para pill beats

felix - Contestar

Where can you buy the replacement battery

wtmcclure - Contestar

I got a replacement battery for 2.0 from Amazon, it works great! here is the link:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072PHZ235

And it also has battery for pill 1.0, pill XL...

Jailene -

Could you please tell what is the yellow card in the last picture?

jmestascatcoparco - Contestar

Looks like the Bluetooth antenna

James Jenkins -

It is the NFC module

bobapunk -

Are there two batteries in this thing, or is the left black box a different part?

delliskd - Contestar

hello, my dear friend, we have remplacement battery for Beat Pill 2.0. are you interested in introducing it? feel free to contact me.

kevin zhang - Contestar

I bought a cheap speaker for no where near the price of what the pill cost me. The battery never runs out! I have had it for years! The pill on the other hand I have changed one already and does not even turn on! Beats should be ashamed for charging what they do for such a poor product with a expensive price tag! And now I’m expected to open it up myself and change the battery! I feel completely mugged off by BEATS. You know that saying about the more expensive the better the product? It’s a 100% lies! Don’t be fooled by a label! Most of the things you purchase are made in China or India and sent to another country where they are stamped and claim it’s made in that county. Wake up people !

Alex - Contestar

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