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  1. Using the tip of a spudger, push first on one side then the other to "walk" the battery cable straight out of its socket on the motherboard. Using the tip of a spudger, push first on one side then the other to "walk" the battery cable straight out of its socket on the motherboard.
    • Using the tip of a spudger, push first on one side then the other to "walk" the battery cable straight out of its socket on the motherboard.

    I have the newer version of Nexus and the battery connection inside is different from pictured here. I can't seem to get any part of the connector backed out. Any further details about how to accomplish this step?

    indianowen31 - Contestar

    After my post I tried it again, and realized the connector comes straight UP, not OUT. Once I went this direction, the process was simple.

    indianowen31 - Contestar

    I followed this, everything worked fine. Even though the battery is now charging, the OS doesn't recognise when the USB cable is connected to a wall socket or a PC. The battery icon when the tablet is shut down shows charging so it works, but the OS in itself doesn't seem to know about it...any ideas?

    /D

    Daniel Zakrisson - Contestar

    Thanks for your guide. It makes the process very straightforward. Easier than I was expecting.

    Les Gordon - Contestar

    Superb easy to follow guide. Thanks greatly, the nexus 7 lives on ! Just need to patiently wait for it charging now !

    stuart - Contestar

    Yes, this is a really helpful guide. I wouldn't have had a clue without it, but it all turned out to be very simple. Thanks a lot!

    Ian Gibson - Contestar

    I managed to break one of the two small golden pins to the right of the battery cable (obscured by the tool in the picture above).

    Is this terminal (sorry for the pun)?

    I tried re-assembling (without screwing the assembly back to the bezel) and the display doesn't work.

    gravelld - Contestar

    Step 6 could be much clearer. I thought it meant to pry the connector upward, away from the surface. When I did this, all the pins broke off. The correct procedure would appear to be to slide the connector along the surface toward the wire side and battery, leaving the pins at parallel to the surface.

    Unfortunately I don't think my Nexus 7 is salveagable now.

    Warren Harris - Contestar

    Watching a YouTube video helped. Dislodge the battery first, then pull the battery away from the connector and the connector will become dislodged quite easily.

    d_ratner_1999 - Contestar

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

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