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Versión actual por: Stefano Gigante ,

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No, there's no way you can simply remove the Trackpad button. However, I must tell you that, after getting an Upper Case replacement for a broken plastic issue, I still felt my Trackpad really righttight in the middle, to the point it wasn't clicking at all. I tried removing my battery, and it worked just nicely.
No, there's no way you can simply remove the Trackpad button. However, I must tell you that, after getting an Upper Case replacement for a broken plastic issue, I still felt my Trackpad really righttight in the middle, to the point it wasn't clicking at all. I tried removing my battery, and it worked just nicely.
 
Ended up my Macbook wasn't digesting well the cheap chinese battery I gave it, so with another economic battery the trackpad resumed operating.
 
Also, I've heard about people abandoning their laptops for a long time, and getting some dust inside the trackpad that goes away with use.
 
So my suggestion is keep a close eye on the trackpad, trying how it works with no battery, and, generally, don't fret about it until it's unusable at all.

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Aporte original por: Stefano Gigante ,

Texto:

No, there's no way you can simply remove the Trackpad button. However, I must tell you that, after getting an Upper Case replacement for a broken plastic issue, I still felt my Trackpad really right in the middle, to the point it wasn't clicking at all. I tried removing my battery, and it worked just nicely.

Ended up my Macbook wasn't digesting well the cheap chinese battery I gave it, so with another economic battery the trackpad resumed operating.

Also, I've heard about people abandoning their laptops for a long time, and getting some dust inside the trackpad that goes away with use.

So my suggestion is keep a close eye on the trackpad, trying how it works with no battery, and, generally, don't fret about it until it's unusable at all.

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