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  1. Pull back on the tab on the back of GoPro to open the battery cover. Pull back on the tab on the back of GoPro to open the battery cover.
    • Pull back on the tab on the back of GoPro to open the battery cover.

  2. Pull the battery out using the tab.
    • Pull the battery out using the tab.

  3. Use the plastic opening tool to remove the faceplate. There is some adhesive and clips so be careful and the faceplate should pop right off.
    • Use the plastic opening tool to remove the faceplate.

    • There is some adhesive and clips so be careful and the faceplate should pop right off.

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  5. Now that the faceplate is off, it is time to remove the 4 screws on each corner. Use the T4 tool bit from the iFixit toolkit in order to remove the 4 screws on each corner.
    • Now that the faceplate is off, it is time to remove the 4 screws on each corner.

    • Use the T4 tool bit from the iFixit toolkit in order to remove the 4 screws on each corner.

  6. Note: Make sure you remove the door cover of the USB, mini HDMI, and SD port before. Separating the motherboard will be easier. Using the plastic opening tool, slowly pry open the motherboard assembly.
    • Note: Make sure you remove the door cover of the USB, mini HDMI, and SD port before. Separating the motherboard will be easier.

    • Using the plastic opening tool, slowly pry open the motherboard assembly.

  7. Use the spudger to gently pry off the connector of the housing to the motherboard. You should now have the motherboard assembly and the housing separated.
    • Use the spudger to gently pry off the connector of the housing to the motherboard.

    • You should now have the motherboard assembly and the housing separated.

  8. Use the spudger to remove the heat shield tape and detach the image sensor from the motherboard. Using the T4 Torx toolbit, remove the 4 screws that connect the sensor to the lens. Remove the silver connector of the image sensor from the motherboard using the spudger to pry it off.
    • Use the spudger to remove the heat shield tape and detach the image sensor from the motherboard.

    • Using the T4 Torx toolbit, remove the 4 screws that connect the sensor to the lens.

    • Remove the silver connector of the image sensor from the motherboard using the spudger to pry it off.

  9. The media adapter is attached to the motherboard via 3 screws: x1 T4 Torx
    • The media adapter is attached to the motherboard via 3 screws:

    • x1 T4 Torx

    • x2 Phillips #00

    • There is a little silver bracket (in the yellow circle) that is held down by the Phillips #00 screw so be careful not to lose it.

  10. With a little prying, use the spudger to detach the media adapter's connector from the motherboard. Remove the media adapter from the motherboard.
    • With a little prying, use the spudger to detach the media adapter's connector from the motherboard.

    • Remove the media adapter from the motherboard.

Conclusión

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

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