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Introducción

Sigue esta guía para quitar y reemplazar la placa madre del Pixel 3. El procedimiento consiste en retirar muchos clips de conexión a tierra pequeños, que son fáciles de perder.

Ten en cuenta que quitar el altavoz comprometerá su sello de entrada.

  1. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Debilitar el adhesivo de la tapa trasera.: paso 1, imagen 1 de 1

    Older devices may require 2 or more minutes with a very hot iOpener. Also note, the photo shows the opener on the FRONT of the phone. The heat needs to be applied to the back of the device!

    Rick Johnson - Contestar

    I just realized that I was trying to pry apart the front of my Pixel 3… and have separated the class from the display. ??‍♂️ Even though the rest of the directions show the back, it would be nice for the first picture to also show the back, just to be safe.

    JR Raith -

    Agreed, I’ve done exactly the same and completely broken my display. I probably should’ve paid more attention to the initial steps before diving in but the step could do with a new picture for sure.

    Daniel Fryer -

    Thanks for the comments! I’ll add a note in the step warning people to make sure to pry the back cover, not the screen.

    Arthur Shi -

    I prefer my favorite opening method with something like this. Dental floss. So thin it can slide in the gap. A little sawing to get it far enough past the edge to lift and get the first pick in.

    John Hoffstetter - Contestar

    I found another wonderful tool. I used something like medicine packaging which is aluminum foil with plastic. It’s thin and strong enough!

    Christie Lin - Contestar

    I also went for the hairdryer, dental floss, and then the provided picks and this worked. Not easy to get that initial seal broken but once that's done the rest is pretty easy.

    James - Contestar

  2. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Crear un espacio en la costura: paso 2, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Crear un espacio en la costura: paso 2, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Crear un espacio en la costura: paso 2, imagen 3 de 3
    • Aplica una ventosa en el borde inferior caliente de la cubierta trasera.

    • Asegura que ni confundiste el lado de la pantalla por el lado de la cubierta trasera.

    • Si tu tapa trasera está muy agrietada, cubrirla con una capa de cinta de embalaje transparente puede permitir que la ventosa se adhiera.

    • Levanta la ventosa con una fuerza fuerte y constante para crear un espacio.

    • Dependiendo de cuán gastado está tu teléfono, esto puede tomar mucha fuerza. Si tienes problemas, aplica más calor y vuelve a intentarlo.

    • Inserta una púa de apertura en la grieta.

    • No uses herramientas de metal para hacer palanca, ya que podrías estropear o fragmentar la cobertura trasera de vidrio. Si el panel no se abre, aplica más calor con un secador o un decapador.

    The initial opening/insert is the hardest part of this repair, and if you end up having to use a flat-head screwdriver (etc) to get the first gap opened, you’ll scratch the phone. But it works.

    William Kew - Contestar

    I don’t recommend using a screwdriver. I tried this and it shattered the glass in that area. I replaced the battery on my Pixel 1 recently and noted that heating the FRONT glass on that phone enough to get a gap for one of the pics takes a considerable amount of time AND patience. I was one of the few who didn’t break or otherwise damage the glass in that process. I would say the same rule applies here. Allow for significant time and patiences to heat the old adhesive enough to get a pick inside the cover.

    kevlion88 - Contestar

    Definitely, this opening/insert is the hardest part of the procedure. I was unable to open even a slight separation with a suction cup and even with tons of heat from a hair dryer. What worked really well, and what I would highly recommend to others who experience really strong adhesive, is to use a small X-acto knife with a #16 blade. Make sure it’s a #16 (find on Amazon) because it differs greatly in angle and rigidity from the usual #11 blade. The sharpness of the blade makes it really easy to find the crack and open a gap, where you can then insert a pick with no problem.

    Andris Vizulis - Contestar

    I used a typical razor blade (like Matt and Rick and Greg) pressing the whole of the blade against the edge (blade parallel and flush against the back cover). The razor slipped under enough that I could get a pick in. (No damage, but when I first tried the corner of the razor, a small cut was immediately evident. Only use the whole blade.) Then, I used blue picks exclusively.

    I'm very curious about the dental floss method. I'll try that if I need to get back inside.

    pandam3ch4 -

    I gave up with the iOpener and pick, I tried >5 times for over an hour… After heating with theiOpener, I used and X-acto knife instead and that worked like a charm, except it did leave a few scuff marks unfortunatly. I used a size 22 blade.

    Manny - Contestar

    I really wanted to level off the back of the phone when pulling on the suction cup in this step, but found it was actually pretty easy once I used the opening tool to push down on the edge of the bezel, at the crack, barely putting any force on the back of the phone at all (just to keep it steady).

    Eugene Creswick - Contestar

    I have about a 2 year old Pixel 3. iOpener didn’t work at all on this step, but once I broke out the hair dryer, I was able to get the phone hot enough to insert the pick (no screwdriver or xacto knife needed)

    sliverdragon37 - Contestar

    I’m having trouble with the iOpener too. It is frustrating because I practiced on a bricked iPhone earlier this week and it was effortless. My Pixel 3 is also about 2 years old. Out of curiosity, were you replacing the charging assembly because of the charging cables fitting too loosely on the phone or for some other reason?

    Edwin -

    I used a stanley knive to get started and then a combo of opener and plektrums.

    All went well till I used to much force on the camera corner and broke the back into lots of small pieces. Be careful on that corner, people.

    But the new camera does focus, so for a first attempt at fixing a phone I am happy.

    clas ebeling - Contestar

    I heated the bottom up with the Iopener and then used a rectangular razor blade and the suction cup to lift the bottom. Place the entire blade edge into the crack and push/pry while lifting with the suction cup. As soon as you have a gap start to open, have a second person insert a pick into the corner. It was actually really easy. I had given up after a couple of tries without a blade. My Pixel 3 is 2 years old.

    Jeremy Stewart - Contestar

    Agreed with many other comments here. My Pixel 3 is two years old and neither the iopener nor a blow dryer were capable of loosening it enough. I ended up using a VERY hot iopener for a couple of minutes, the suction cup, and then a wide-bladed razer blade (about 80% width of bottom edge to spread out the stress and prevent risk of fracturing the rear glass panel). Once adding the razer blade I was able to get the pick in and follow the rest of the instructions as written.

    Matt Johnson - Contestar

    I also had to follow this process but resorted to a heat gun on its lowest setting as I couldn’t get the iOpener hot enough (I was afraid of overheating and bursting it). Other how-to videos also show using a thin piece of plastic or metal to slide into the corner, saving substantial time.

    Rick Johnson -

    So I didn’t use a blade, but I did get my fingernail in before the plectrum haha. Happened by accident as I was trying to push down on the bezel to counter the suction cup force.

    I also heated the sides and corners as well as the bottom, which may have helped it budge.

    Dmitriy - Contestar

    Helped me to notice that the focus here is to lift in the center (like right over the USB C connector). Was able to get it with just the iOpener and pushing down on the rest of the phone with the pry tool. My phone is over 2 years old though and it took about 50 minutes of working / reheating / repeating

    Tim Noack - Contestar

    Destroyed the glass back trying to take it off. This is not an easy phone to take apart.

    Andrew Richie - Contestar

    It would be nice if there was a heads up that the rear of the phone is glass….. Phone piping hot glass shattered and splintered

    John Gates - Contestar

    Hi John!

    Good suggestion! I'll add that into the step.

    Arthur Shi -

    The Jimmy tool from the iFixit toolkit worked like a freakin’ charm. Took me 10 mins to open the phone and it came out unscathed.

    adrianpauly - Contestar

    I used dental floss to cut the adhesive and slide it open. Just wiggle it back and forth from the corners until you cut enough that you can switch to a pick. Helps to have a extra hand to hold the phone.

    Javier Sullivan - Contestar

    Brother, dental floss was an absolute godsend!!! After 4 hours with the IOpener and attempting to use a heat gun which I balked from out of fear I came across this comment. Teased it around a corner and was then able to saw away at the adhesive. A lot of patience but no heat or potentially damaging tools needed. Thanks!

    Elijah Wilcox -

    With the floss, I wasn't getting enough "sawing" motion as it just slipped through my fingers too easily (my phone is about 4-5 years old I think, I bought it used). So I tied a few knots around a pen (the kind with a gripper, so the floss won't slide off) and it was a lifesaver. After about 3 hours trying other ways, the floss/pen saw got it open enough to stick the picks in and eventually open it up!! Thank you to everyone who commented these tips!!

    Rachel DeGouff -

    I have a 2-3 year old phone. The “heating pad” and blue picks did not work. I tried for two hours. Two weeks later I tried again using a hair dryer on high heat and low fan, and a rectangular utility razor blade. Start at the bottom of the phone, heat, and insert the razor blade into the gap and use it to cut the adhesive back a little at a time. Do not insert it more than about a 1/4 to 3/8 of an inch. Once you start getting a separation, use the blue picks to hold it open. Go up both sides an inch or two on both sides at a time. Do not pry the back open more than an 1/8 of an inch or so until you get it separated all the way around. Be patient. Work slowly. This took about 30 minutes once I got the hang of it. Do NOT pull the cover away from the phone after you separate it all the way around!! Read the instructions several times. There is a cable to the finger print sensor attached to the cover!

    Re-read these entire set of instructions and ALL of the comments TWICE before you start.

    Greg B - Contestar

    I used and iOpener and the iFixit tool (the one with the metal spatula). Ended up inserting about 10 picks, but it worked.

    Kevin Dick - Contestar

    I couldn’t get the pick in so I tried the sharper pry tool. Got it in and slid it sideways towards the corner —- BLAM, the back shattered. Not a good home repair experience.

    Roy Feague - Contestar

    Similar experience with others, iOpener would not heat up the phone enough to separate the adhesive. Had to use a hair dryer to finally insert the blue pick. After sliding the pick past the corner, the back glass scattered… Time to get a new phone and give up on this battery replacement i guess.

    John Wu - Contestar

    On a 3 years old Pixel 3 phone, after unsuccessfully trying iOpener and the suction cup, I used a piece of dental floss, and it worked perfectly.

    To make the process easier - tie little loops on both ends of the floss, put a finger or a screwdriver through the loop to help pulling the floss. Pull it through to one side and then to another, continue until you’re 1/2 inch in. At this point it should be possible to insert a pick

    Sergey Kiselev - Contestar

    This was the hardest step. I could not get the pick in at all. I tried dental floss and it slid in no problem. I eventually stuck the very tip of a razor blade in which allowed me to slide in a pick. Also be very careful when sliding the picks around as my wife broke the back glass of her phone, try to keep pressure as even as possible without bending the glass much.

    Adam Simmons - Contestar

    I like the dental floss idea. I set edges of the phone-back and also the blunt metal tool on an electric cooktop on low heat, and the adhesive softened enough to be workable. SAFETY TIP: the tool and phone were hot to touch, I wore cotton gloves throughout this task.

    Student4Life - Contestar

    Can confirm, with a 4-year-old Pixel 3, it was not possible to get the back cover off with any amount of force, heat, and the blue picks. I managed to get started by using single-edge box cutter razor blades and a hair dryer on high--got in just a bit under the left corner, then added a second blade along the bottom edge, and a third near the right corner, and that gave me enough space to get a blue pick in and start replacing the razors with blue picks one by one, and then proceeded as per the instructions. Dental floss is a neat idea; I wish I'd tried that--the razors didn't do any damage, but I was worried about the possibility.

    Adiv Paradise - Contestar

    Agreed; a 4cm section of utility knife was required along with heat/alcohol/patience to break the initial seal.

    Managed to do it without cracking anything, but sweated through this step quite prolifically.

    Mike -

    3.5 year old phone. Just wanted to confirm that dental floss, combined with the iOpener, does the trick to get the first pick in.

    I was able to slide the floss under the bottom right corner if you are looking at the phone. I alternated between sawing with the floss and applying heat with the iOpener. Eventually I was able to get a pick in that corner and was able to remove the rest of the adhesive by applying heat with the iOpener and sawing with additional picks around the perimeter of the phone.

    Matt Dubois - Contestar

    My Pixel 3 is 4 years old. I tried using the iOpener heat pad for 2 minutes. Didn't work. Then I tried using a heat gun on low for about 30 seconds. Didn't work. Then I used the heat gun on high for about a minute, then the suction pulled it off. I used the picks to peel the rest off. I thought about using the floss which would have work well. I also though about letting the phone sit in the car when it's hot outside. The key is to be patient and try not to use something besides the plastic tools. If I can do it then anyone can. Heat guns are very cheap and a good tool to have.

    Alex Schultz - Contestar

  3. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 3, imagen 1 de 1
    • Al insertar una púa de apertura sobre el botón de encendido, ten cuidado de no insertar la púa demasiado profundamente o dañarás el cable del sensor de huellas dactilares.

  4. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Cortar el adhesivo: paso 4, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Cortar el adhesivo: paso 4, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Cortar el adhesivo: paso 4, imagen 3 de 3
    • Desliza el adhesivo a lo largo del borde inferior del teléfono y alrededor de la esquina derecha.

    • Mantén la púa en el borde inferior para prevenir que el adhesivo se vuelva a adherir.

    The back cover is glass! I was sure it was some kind of nice plastic. It's probably obvious to a lot of people, and it's very obvious in hindsight, after shattering it. But I'm writing this in case anyone else is oblivious to the last decade of smartphone design. I got impatient and flexed it out as I cut the glue. Don't do that. Carefully work your way around and avoid applying any significany bending forces to the cover.

    Dharman Gersch - Contestar

    Yup, shattered the back of my phone while trying to follow these instructions. You can’t flex the back cover much at all or it is toast.

    Roy Feague - Contestar

    Someone else had said to use floss to start the cutting I found this to be the most useful. After I heated the phone with a hairdryer I would cut some of the adhesive at the bottom corner after sawing away for a bit I was able to move it enough to fit one of these picks in then I slowly reheated around the edge as I slowly moved more picks and slowly cut away at the adhesive .

    Braden D - Contestar

    Didn't have guitar picks. I grabbed some plastic packaging from my recycle bin and cut it into a bunch of triangles to hold the gap open as I worked my way around.

    Student4Life - Contestar

  5. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 5, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 5, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 5, imagen 3 de 3
    • Calienta el borde derecho con un iOpener y continua cortando el adhesivo con una púa de apertura.

    • El adhesivo puede estar muy gomoso. Empuja y saca la púa como un serrucho para ayudarte a cortar.

    What is the required temperature to soften the glue? Can I just use a small bag filled with boiling water or a heat gun.

    Wiley Sanders - Contestar

    The iOpener is a plastic bag filled with what appears to be water so probably, yes.

    Christopher St. John - Contestar

  6. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 6, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 6, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 6, imagen 3 de 3
    • Continúa calentando y cortando a través del resto del perímetro del teléfono. Deja una púa en cada borde para prevenir que el adhesivo se vuelva a sellar.

    • Al cortar por encima del botón de encendido, no insertes la púa más de la mitad para evitar dañar el cable del sensor de huellas dactilares.

  7. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Levanta el borde izquierdo de la tapa trasera: paso 7, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Levanta el borde izquierdo de la tapa trasera: paso 7, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Levanta el borde izquierdo de la tapa trasera: paso 7, imagen 3 de 3
    • Una vez que cortes alrededor del perímetro del teléfono, con cuidado levanta el borde izquierdo de la tapa trasera.

    • No intentes remover la tapa trasera. Está todavía conectada al teléfono a través del cable de sensor de huella digital .

    • Desliza la cubierta posterior a lo largo de su eje largo y apóyala de forma que el cable del sensor de huellas digitales no esté tirante.

  8. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Retira los tornillos: paso 8, imagen 1 de 1
    • Retira los dos tornillos Phillips de 4,1 mm de largo que sujetan el soporte del conector de huellas dactilares.

    • A lo largo de esta reparación, realiza un seguimiento de cada tornillo y asegúrate de que vuelva exactamente al lugar de donde vino.

    • Durante el reensamblaje, ten cuidado de no apretar demasiado estos tornillos o podrías dañar la pantalla.

    A magnetic screwdriver tip helped here.

    Ciprian Chelba - Contestar

    If you purchase iFixit’s kit for this replacement, their included driver is magnetic. Helped immensely!

    Rick Johnson -

    after replacing my camera, my screen had a big green/white vertical stripe. I didn’t see the disclaimer about overtightening these screws. I think it may be related.

    Ethan Berry - Contestar

    KEEP TRACK OF THE SCREWS - sketch a scale diagram of the open, inside of the phone on a piece of paper and mark the position of each screw as you remove it - lay the screws on your diagram to keep track of which screw goes where - they are NOT the same size.

    Greg B - Contestar

  9. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Retira el soporte del conector de huellas dactilares: paso 9, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Retira el soporte del conector de huellas dactilares: paso 9, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Retira el soporte del conector de huellas dactilares: paso 9, imagen 3 de 3
    • Usa la punta de un spudger para sacar el soporte del conector de huella digital que se encuentra debajo de la bobina NFC.

    • Remueve el soporte del conector de huella digital.

    Re-inserting this is tricky and requires pretty good dexterity. The shiny metal frame of the wireless charger is also not held down, so you may wish to gently apply pressure to it as you try to re-position the connector bracket.

    William Kew - Contestar

  10. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Desconecta el conector de huellas dactilares: paso 10, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Desconecta el conector de huellas dactilares: paso 10, imagen 2 de 2
    • Usa la punta de un spudger para hacer palanca y desconectar el conector de huellas digitales de su zócalo.

    • Cuando desconectes conectores como estos, ten cuidado de no desalojar los pequeños componentes montados en la superficie alrededor del zócalo.

    • Para volver a colocar los conectores a presión como éste, alinea y presiona con cuidado en un lado hasta que encaje en su lugar, luego repite en el otro lado. No presiones sobre el centro. Si el conector está desalineado, los pines pueden doblarse, causando daños permanentes.

  11. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Retira la cubierta trasera: paso 11, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Retira la cubierta trasera: paso 11, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Retira la cubierta trasera: paso 11, imagen 3 de 3
    • Remueve la tapa trasera.

    • Antes de instalar una tapa trasera de reemplazo, asegúrate de remover todo el residuo de adhesivo del marco del teléfono. Usa una herramienta de apertura para raspar y alcohol isopropílico de alta concentración para limpiar la superficie.

    • Si estás reutilizando la tapa trasera, asegúrate de limpiar cualquier adhesivo y de aplicar un nuevo adhesivo para la tapa trasera.

    • Si vas a colocar una nueva carcasa trasera, asegúrate de compararla con la pieza original. Transfiere cualquier componente adicional (como el difusor) a tu nueva pieza.

    When reassembling is it better to first attach the new adhesive back gasket to the phone back or the phone chassis frame?

    Tom Burke - Contestar

    Hi Tom!

    It depends on the adhesive. Carefully align the adhesive to the phone by matching the contours. Note which adhesive side is backed by a clear liner, and which side is backed by a colored liner. The clear liner should be removed first. Whichever component the exposed adhesive faces should be the first surface to apply to.

    Hope that helps!

    Arthur Shi -

    Two things:

    1) I recommend attaching the adhesive to the Phone frame and not the back panel. As you attach, you can more easily see the gaps and guide the adhesive along the groove, leaving equal space all around.

    2) To transfer the fingerprint sensor, you will need double-sticky tape to make a new gasket. Put the tape on the back from the inside, and trim with a blade to make the sensor hole. To attach the sensor, place it on something small to raise it off your working surface, then lower the back over it. You’ll be able to see the sensor alignment as you lower the back, which helps get a good position.

    Gary Beardsley - Contestar

    Oh, and be prepared: Removing the old adhesive is teeeeedious!! It will take you some time. :-b Alcohol is not a strong solvent, so don’t expect it to remove much; it is mostly for cleaning afterward. In the end, I used one of iFixit’s flat metal tools from the big toolkit to remove the final remains. Its was blunt enough to not cut metal shavings as I cleaned.

    Gary Beardsley - Contestar

    I used “medicinal” 91% Isopropyl Alcohol and about 30 Qtips to do the final cleaning of the adhesive, that is, after using a razor blade and the supplied tweezers to remove most of the tape. Patience and many Qtips soaked in IPA removed most of the remaining glue and film.

    Greg B -

    I ended up reusing the original adhesive as it was in pretty good shape. So far, no problems.

    Dan Comiskey - Contestar

    Does your IF356-119-1, Google Pixel 3 Rear Cover Adhesive, template use 2 sided pressure sensitive tape? Do I simply align it on the back cover and then press it to the device to reassemble the unit? If so, how long til the back cover is “glued” to the unit?

    Martin Seffens - Contestar

    Hi Martin,

    The rear cover adhesive is indeed two-sided PSA (pressure sensitive adhesive). Apply firm even pressure for a minute to bond the adhesive to the unit.

    Arthur Shi -

    When scraping the adhesive off the back cover be careful and don’t apply too much pressure (and/or position the cover against the surface so that it’s supported against the tool used), especially in the corners, or the glass cover rounded edges could break.

    Bart Oleksiak - Contestar

    Agree. BEWARE of SCRATCHING off the PAINT from the BACK COVER when cleaning !

    The back cover is painted glass it seems - using a razor blade to scrape off adhesive also scratches off the paint on the inside of the back cover, under the adhesive, and the clear lines it creates are visible from the outside of the back case. If you are using a phone case, this won’t matter.

    Greg B -

    My battery swelled and did all the hard work getting started popping the back open so I didn’t need the iOpener to get the back off, but now the iOpener is handy to heat up the sticky foamy factory original adhesive.

    I found isopropanol ineffective. I found heat softens it considerably. Just very warm, like hot water warm, is effective. Use tweezers or a plastic blade to help pull it off. Metal blades will either gouge the plastic or, worse, create metal shavings that will wreak havoc.

    Are there any solvents other than isopropanol that work and won’t harm the plastic? How do pros speed up this step?

    wsanders - Contestar

    I think pros often use heating pads or special jigs. They’d set the temperature, set the phone on the pad, and let the phone heat up for a few minutes. Heat guns are also a popular choice.

    Arthur Shi -

    I found that an opening pick worked well to scrape the glue off the inside of the curved edges of the back cover

    Richard Elder - Contestar

    The adhesive on mine took some effort to clean off all the way. During reassembly I did notice that my replacement back panel adhesive was larger than I expected and based off of product photos it looks like I received the 3 XL adhesive instead of the 3. That ended up having me fiddle with the adhesive to try and get it to fit right and unfortunately the camera side now has a bit of a gap that I can still press down on without having it stick. I’ll see how it stays but I fear I might have to get another adhesive. The guide was very helpful though!

    Craig Mileham - Contestar

    Does the replacement back come with all the sticky bits I need to replace it, including the fingerprint sensor, led and camers cover?

    wsanders - Contestar

    I decided not to bother with new adhesive. The seal doesn't seem great but I tend not to drop my phone in toilets as often as other people.

    James - Contestar

    The actual back glass cover part is missing from the parts list and it appears iFixit doesn't sell it anymore.

    It used to be there, and I ordered one months ago and used this guide successfully then. I broke it again and the part is no more.

    Elijah Lynn - Contestar

  12. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Extracción de la bobina inalámbrica: paso 12, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Extracción de la bobina inalámbrica: paso 12, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Extracción de la bobina inalámbrica: paso 12, imagen 3 de 3
    • Remueve los cinco tornillos tipo Phillips que sujetan la bobina de carga inalámbrica:

    • Dos tornillos de 1.9 mm

    • Dos tornillos de 4.2 mm

    • Un tornillo de 4.3 mm

    • Remueve la bobina de carga inalámbrica.

    The top 1.9 mm screw can’t be totally removed — it comes out with the coil once loosened

    Dmitriy - Contestar

    Can I leave the wireless charging coil out?

    This may also allow a bigger battery!

    Jex Webster - Contestar

    You may be able to! Note that this is not only the wireless charging coil, but also the NFC antenna (the upper loop).

    Arthur Shi -

    The 1.9 mm screws are actually screwed into the head of another screw beneath them. Sometimes the lower screw unscrews instead of the upper. That leaves both screws attached to the coil. If possible you should separate the two screws and screw the lower one back in first using a small flat blade screwdriver.

    Richard Elder - Contestar

  13. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Desconexión de batería: paso 13, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Desconexión de batería: paso 13, imagen 2 de 2
    • Usa la punta de un spudger para levantar y desconectar el conector de batería de su zócalo cerca del borde derecho del teléfono.

    The connecton board is quete flexible … be careful otherwise other connectors may get looze.

    This is also valid when re-assemble … pusing battery conector may cause other conectors to “pop“.

    Tsanko Tsolov - Contestar

    The square connector directly below the battery connector came undone and will not pop back into place.

    Curtis Redfield - Contestar

  14. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Cámaras frontales: paso 14, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Cámaras frontales: paso 14, imagen 2 de 2
    • Remueve los dos tornillos que sujetan el soporte de cámara:

    • Un tornillo Phillips de 4.1 mm

    • Un tornillo separador de 4 mm

    • Los tornillos separadores se remueven mejor utilizando la punta de destornillador de tornillos separador del iPhone y un mango de destornillador. Si no hay otra opción, un pequeño destornillador de cabeza plana funcionará—pero ten precaución extra para asegurarte de que no se resbale y dañe los componentes circundantes.

    • Remueve el soporte de cámara.

  15. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 15, imagen 1 de 1
    • Si estás reemplazando las cámaras frontales, determina cuál tienes que reemplazar:

    • Cámara de visión normal

    • Cámara gran angular

    • Si estás extrayendo la placa madre, necesitarás remover ambas cámaras.

    I actually didn't have to remove the cameras to get my motherboard out and back in, just pushed the connectors out of the way. It's probably less hassle prying them up as directed than wiggling the board back under two extra connectors when re-assembling as I did :)

    elyze - Contestar

    Make sure that the cameras each go in exactly the same spots or not the phone will boot loop forever. The connectors on both of these cameras are the same, so they will easily connect on both sides. So be careful.

    Let's Talk Tech - Contestar

  16. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 16, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 16, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 16, imagen 3 de 3
    • Usa la punta de un spudger para levantar y desconectar el conector para las cámaras que estás desconectando.

  17. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 17, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 17, imagen 2 de 2
    • Las cámaras están sujetas en su lugar con adhesivo.

    • Inserta la punta de un spudger detrás del borde del módulo de la cámara y haz palanca para soltarlo del marco.

  18. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 18, imagen 1 de 1
    • Remueve las cámaras.

    • Si el adhesivo que sostiene el módulo de la cámara está en buenas condiciones, puedes volver a utilizar el adhesivo. De lo contrario, reemplaza el adhesivo con cinta adhesiva Tesa de doble cara.

    • Cuando instales un módulo de cámara de repuesto, asegúrate de que el lente de la montura del teléfono no tenga residuos de adhesivo o suciedad.

  19. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Altavoz: paso 19, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Altavoz: paso 19, imagen 2 de 2
    • Usa la punta de un spudger para levantar y desconectar el conector de altavoz del zócalo de la placa madre cerca del borde derecho del teléfono.

    • Ten cuidado de no perforar la batería con el spudger.

  20. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 20, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 20, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 20, imagen 3 de 3
    • Remueve los siguientes cuatro tornillos tipo Phillips:

    • Un tornillo de 1.9 mm

    • Un tornillo de 4.3 mm

    • Dos tornillos de 4.3 mm con vástagos delgados

    • Retira el pequeño clip de conexión a tierra del orificio izquierdo. Ten cuidado de no extraviarlo

    • El clip de conexión a tierra se instala de tal manera que el borde contorneado mira hacia el lado izquierdo del teléfono.

    • Retira el pequeño inserto de plástico del lado derecho del puerto USB-C.

    • Asegúrate de reinstalar este inserto antes de atornillar la placa hija.

    The three 4.3 mm screws highlighted in Orange are not all the same. The one closest to the battery is slightly different, a larger diameter. It would be good to note this for reassembly.

    genec123 - Contestar

    Thank you! I will adjust the guide to reflect this!

    Arthur Shi -

    Ah, all great and everything but this should be in big bold red letters: “Be sure to reinstall this insert before you screw down the daughterboard.“

    Screwed 4.3 thin screw without that small insert and penetrated new screen module behind…

    Maks - Contestar

    Noted and changed!

    Arthur Shi -

  21. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 21, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 21, imagen 2 de 2
    • El altavoz se mantiene en su lugar mediante una fuerte junta adhesiva. Antes de intentar quitarlo, haz palanca en diferentes lugares para romper el sello adhesivo.

    • Inserta la punta del spudger debajo de la esquina inferior derecha del altavoz.

    • Haz palanca para soltar el altavoz del teléfono.

  22. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 22, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 22, imagen 2 de 2
    • Inserta la punta de un spudger debajo de la esquina superior izquierda del altavoz.

    • Ten cuidado de no perforar la batería con el spudger.

    • Haz palanca para soltar el altavoz.

  23. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 23, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 23, imagen 2 de 2
    • Inserta el extremo plano del spudger debajo del borde superior del altavoz hacia el borde izquierdo.

    • Haz palanca para soltar el altavoz.

  24. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 24, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 24, imagen 2 de 2
    • Remueve el altavoz.

    • Antes de instalar el altavoz de reemplazo, verifica el estado de la junta adhesiva.

    • Si está en buenas condiciones, puedes reutilizarla. Asegúrate de que la junta no cubra el orificio de salida.

    • Si la junta está fuera de lugar, remuévela y reemplaza el adhesivo con una tira pre-cortada o cinta Tesa.

    tesa tape seems hard to come by in my town. Is there anything else I could use?

    Michael Schlimmer - Contestar

    Never mind. A bunch of tesa tape came with the kit

    Michael Schlimmer - Contestar

  25. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Desconexión del cable de antena de Google Pixel 3: paso 25, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Desconexión del cable de antena de Google Pixel 3: paso 25, imagen 2 de 2
    • Usa la punta de un spudger para levantar y desconectar el cable azul de antena de su zócalo en el ensamblaje de carga.

  26. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 26, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 26, imagen 2 de 2
    • Usa la punta de un spudger para levantar con cuidado y liberar el cable azul de antena de sus abrazaderas de conexión a tierra.

    • El cable es frágil y propenso a romperse. Si se siente que el alambre está firmemente sujetado en su lugar, utiliza la punta de un spudger para empujar ligeramente la abrazadera e inténtalo de nuevo.

  27. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 27, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 27, imagen 2 de 2
    • Usa la punta de un spudger para hacer hacer palanca y desconectar el cable negro de la antena de su zócalo cerca del puerto USB-C.

  28. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 28, imagen 1 de 1
    • Con cuidado desvía ambos cables de antena y aléjalos del ensamblaje de carga.

  29. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 29, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 29, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 29, imagen 3 de 3
    • Usa la punta de un spudger para hacer palanca y desconectar el conector del ensamblaje de carga del zócalo de la placa madre, cerca del borde derecho del teléfono.

    • Retira con cuidado el cable flexible de la parte superior del lector de tarjetas SIM.

  30. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel, Placa madre: paso 30, imagen 1 de 1
    • Usa el extremo plano de un spudger para levantar con cuidado la cinta negra que mantiene el cable flexible de la pantalla en su lugar, cerca del borde derecho del teléfono.

    • No utilices herramientas metálicas para hacer palanca, ya que podrías dañar el cable flexible.

  31. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 31, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 31, imagen 2 de 2
    • Usa un spudger para hacer palanca y desconectar los siguientes siete conectores press-fit de sus zócalos de la placa madre:

    • Conector de botones externos

    • Conector superior de micrófono

    • Conector de auricular

    • Conector del sensor de presión a la izquierda

    • Conector de pantalla

    • Conector de sensor de presión a la derecha

    • Conector de bandeja SIM

    Note the "screen connector" mentioned here SHOULD refer to the smaller, upper screen connector. The one indicated here was already disconnected in step 31.

    Ray Livingston - Contestar

  32. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 32, imagen 1 de 1
    • Usa la parte plana de un spudger para doblar cuidadosamente el cable flexible del altavoz del auricular hacia arriba, fuera del camino de la placa madre.

    I STRONGLY recommend simply REMOVING the phone speaker at this step. It is VERY easy to damage the flex cable when removing the motherboard if the speaker is left in place. Removing the speaker entirely takes only a few seconds. Just be sure to replace the adhesive when re-installing. TESA tape works fine here.

    Ray Livingston - Contestar

    When re-installing, make sure you remember this part when putting the motherboard back in. I followed the steps in reverse order, as suggested, and almost damaged the orange flex cable when I pushed it down.

    Alex Schultz - Contestar

  33. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 33, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 33, imagen 2 de 2
    • Algunos de estos tornillos sujetan clips de conexión a tierra muy pequeños en su lugar. Tenga cuidado de no perder estos clips al retirar los tornillos.

    • Remueve los seis tornillos que sujetan la placa madre en su lugar:

    • Un tornillo Phillips de 4.2 mm

    • Tres tornillos Phillips de 1.9 mm

    • Un tornillo Phillips de 1.9 mm

    • Un tornillo separador de 3.83 mm

    • Los tornillos separadores se remueven mejor utilizando una punta para tornillos separadores. De lo contrario, un destornillador de cabeza plana funcionará—pero usa precaución extra para asegurarte que no se resbale y dañe componentes circundantes.

    • Remueve y retiene los pequeños clips de metal de conexión a tierra.

    During reassembly, don’t forget to replace the plastic piece before placing the 4.3mm screw.

    William DeCook - Contestar

  34. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 34, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 34, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 34, imagen 3 de 3
    • Con cuidado remueve el soporte de antena del borde superior izquierdo del teléfono.

    • Para volver a instalar los pequeños clips de metal de conexión a tierra:

    • Orienta los clips de forma tal que el lado plateado esté mirando hacia arriba.

    • Los clips con forma de lágrima deben tener sus puntos hacia el borde del teléfono.

    • Los clips con doble orificio se hunden hacia el orificio derecho superior del tornillo del marco.

  35. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 35, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 35, imagen 2 de 2
    • Inserta la punta de un spudger cerca de la esquina superior izquierda de la placa madre, justo debajo de la cámara trasera.

    • Presiona suavemente hacia arriba para aflojar la placa madre, doblando todos los cables flexibles para acomodarlos al movimiento.

    • Si la placa madre se siente firmemente asentada, comprueba si hay cables flexibles o tornillos que aún puedan estar conectados.

  36. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 36, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 36, imagen 2 de 2
    • Inserta el spudger debajo del borde superior de la placa madre y haz palanca con cuidado para aflojar la placa madre.

    • El cable flexible del altavoz del auricular presionará firmemente contra la placa madre. Tómate tu tiempo y guía cuidadosamente la placa madre alrededor del cable flexible.

    Make sure the ambient sensor is disconnected right underneath the flash!

    jrancanoarias - Contestar

  37. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 37, imagen 1 de 2 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 37, imagen 2 de 2
    • Levanta el borde izquierdo de la placa madre y muévela con cuidado hacia arriba hacia la derecha. Empuja con cuidado los conectores a presión que enganchan la placa madre.

  38. Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 38, imagen 1 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 38, imagen 2 de 3 Reemplazo de la placa madre del Google Pixel: paso 38, imagen 3 de 3
    • Con cuidado levante el extremo superior de la placa madre del marco.

    • Remueve la placa madre.

    • Cuando vuelvas a instalar la placa madre, ten cuidado de no atrapar ningún conector de cable flexible por debajo de ésta.

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Hallo,

wo bekomme ich denn ein neues Mainboard her? Ich komme nicht mehr ins recovery und vermute Mainboarddefekt.

Helge - Contestar

I followed your instructions to the letter. Got it all put back together, but before affixing the back glass, I powered up the Pixel 3 to make sure all features are working. The touch screen does not work, now, but it did before. Any advice?

Philip Wickstrom - Contestar

Hi Philip,

Does the screen light up? If it doesn’t, I would suggest disconnecting the battery connector and double-checking the display connector to make sure it is properly seated. As I looked into your question, I noticed that the step was missing a disconnection procedure—so thank you! I’ve amended that step.

Arthur Shi -

Where can I buy the motherboard? Is the 128 GB motherboard different from the 64 GB?

Orlando Terte - Contestar

muy interesante todo, seria bueno compartieras donde comprar la placa madre de reemplazo que sea original, para no caer en estafas, en mi caso se me rompió el regulador de voltaje del LCD el PM8005 y no tengo idea de donde lo venden para comprarlo, solo me queda la opción de una placa nueva. Si fueras tan amable de compartir donde comprarla te lo agradecemos. Excelente trabajo por cierto.

Yunis Maikel Suárez Martinez - Contestar

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