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  1. While holding the battery release button, pull the bottom end of the phone out of the body. While holding the battery release button, pull the bottom end of the phone out of the body.
    • While holding the battery release button, pull the bottom end of the phone out of the body.

  2. Insert the sim card eject tool (0.8mm sim card eject head) into the small hole on the sim card tray. Press inward with some force to eject the tray. Pull the sim card tray out of the phone.
    • Insert the sim card eject tool (0.8mm sim card eject head) into the small hole on the sim card tray.

    • Press inward with some force to eject the tray.

    • Pull the sim card tray out of the phone.

  3. Remove the two 5.5mm Phillips #00 screws from the base of the phone. Remove the two 5.5mm Phillips #00 screws from the base of the phone.
    • Remove the two 5.5mm Phillips #00 screws from the base of the phone.

  4. Insert the plastic opening tool into the seam between the glass screen and the metal body.
    • Insert the plastic opening tool into the seam between the glass screen and the metal body.

    • Pry the glass from the body only a slight amount.

    Holy this step is hard

    Nickstar YT - Contestar

    It is, i can’t seem to do it too easily either. Maybe i need to heat it up? I don’t want to damage it as it will still be used as a camera.

    Theawesomegamer2yt Gaming -

  5. Insert the Spudger into the now open space between the body and screen. Push inward to separate the screen even more.
    • Insert the Spudger into the now open space between the body and screen.

    • Push inward to separate the screen even more.

    • Slowly slide the nylon spudger up the edge the phone till the screen pops out of the body.

    • When putting the screen back in, press the edges down from the top of the phone to the bottom. The screen should "pop" into place.

    My LCD started to let loose using this way to saparate the top and bottom of the phone.

    I used a guitar pick and slided it from the bottom to the top like the dude in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XV10zyw8...

    Didn’t had to use a lot of force this way, and my screen almost didn’t bend !

    Ray Bas - Contestar

    Yep! I did it also with this method. Wayy better and easier ;)

    ronlad.garud -

    My screen cracked taking it out following ifixit method . Right when I got to the part where it starts to curve at the top. Just shattered.

    Randy - Contestar

    I found it easier to run the tool or a pick along the sides, and then sort of hinge the thing open at the top rather than running completely around the screen. It gets a little dicey where the glass starts to curve.

    Arthur Heller - Contestar

  6. Peel the screen away from the body.  The two parts should be completely separated. Peel the screen away from the body.  The two parts should be completely separated.
    • Peel the screen away from the body. The two parts should be completely separated.

  7. Locate the auxiliary port on the top right of the phone
    • Locate the auxiliary port on the top right of the phone

    • Using a finger, carefully take the port out

    • Replace the old auxiliary port with a new one by orienting the hole towards the top of the phone and the gold ribbon to the left (as shown in the picture).

Conclusión

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

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I saw a video where someone used a guitar pick as the plastic opening tool, seems safer to me. And that person also had a great idea to shove a pencil in the battery bay to apply a separating force, so that as you work the seam with a guitar pick, the the two halves will naturally want to separate.

Adam Mizban - Contestar

Hi, I have two LG G5 phone. Let's call them

A & B.

So , B overheats and the battery last less than an hour. So I took the battery from A and I put it in B and I put the B battery in the A. Results: B still overheats and not the A ??? I also left the connector blocks on the batteries when I did the switching. So what could be the cause of this?

Julie Desruisseaux - Contestar

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