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Introducción

This guide shows you how to replace the headphone port.

  1. Make sure the phone is powered off.
    • Make sure the phone is powered off.

    • Remove the rear cover by placing the plastic opening tool in the groove on the bottom left side of the LG G4 and gently prying up.

  2. Place the plastic opening tool at the bottom edge of the battery and lift up. Carefully remove battery with your hands. Place the plastic opening tool at the bottom edge of the battery and lift up. Carefully remove battery with your hands.
    • Place the plastic opening tool at the bottom edge of the battery and lift up. Carefully remove battery with your hands.

  3. Remove the eleven 3.9 mm Phillips #00 screws found at the back of the phone. Remove the eleven 3.9 mm Phillips #00 screws found at the back of the phone. Remove the eleven 3.9 mm Phillips #00 screws found at the back of the phone.
    • Remove the eleven 3.9 mm Phillips #00 screws found at the back of the phone.

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  5. Once all the screws have been removed, place the plastic opening tool in the lower left corner and firmly lift the cover up. Detach the cover with your fingers Detach the cover with your fingers
    • Once all the screws have been removed, place the plastic opening tool in the lower left corner and firmly lift the cover up.

    • Detach the cover with your fingers

  6. Gently wedge the plastic opening tool under the ribbons where each of the three cables are connected, and gently lift up to detach the cable. This will allow you to remove the motherboard and give access the headphone port.
    • Gently wedge the plastic opening tool under the ribbons where each of the three cables are connected, and gently lift up to detach the cable.

    • This will allow you to remove the motherboard and give access the headphone port.

  7. Remove the motherboard by lifting it up using the plastic opening tool and your fingers . Remove the motherboard by lifting it up using the plastic opening tool and your fingers .
    • Remove the motherboard by lifting it up using the plastic opening tool and your fingers .

  8. Place the plastic opening tool under the upper left corner of the headphone port, and lift up. The headphone port is held in place with adhesive so it may take some time to pry it loose.
    • Place the plastic opening tool under the upper left corner of the headphone port, and lift up.

    • The headphone port is held in place with adhesive so it may take some time to pry it loose.

    • Remove the headphone port with your hands.

Conclusión

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

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In step 5, there are actually three cables, not two.

krdkrdkrd - Contestar

My g4's headphone could only produce sound on one side. So i bought a new headphone jack from ebay and replaced it. The problem still persists. Does this mean it could be a motherboard issue?

pholklorr - Contestar

Or a headphone issue. You did try a different pair of headphones?

DarkAthena -

i did the same as pholklorr with my g4 but bought oem and still doesn't work you can only hear it from one side

titanzx2500 - Contestar

Great! My headphone port couldn't hold my headphones anymore because of wear & tear (they kept falling out) but this guide and a 6 dollar ebay-item fixed it! Thanks a lot.

Moritz Bruder - Contestar

I just replace my jack but problem still persist.

Headphones work with app call'soundabout' so problem is not on software. So what cousing this? When i plug headphones nothings happen? Also i dont see any damage on motherboard eveything seems perfectly normal.

Burak Karadenİz - Contestar

Help! my headphones would not register on screen, and after replacing the jack, and testing if the jack connection to board was right (I don’t know that is is…) it still won’t show up..

Max Myzer - Contestar

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