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Sony Xperia X Battery Repair Guide

Sony Xperia X Battery Repair Guide


Take out the Card Tray. Heat up the edge. Focus on the bottom. Use plastic or poker card to open the Back Cover. Insert the card to gap and remove the Back Cover. Release the Battery flex cable and Power Button flex cable. Rear Camera flex cable. Remove Rear Camera. Release the screw here and remove the bracket. Release the Front Camera flex cable. And remove it. Release the Headphone Jack flex cable. Undo 5 screws. Loosen the plastic bracket, and remove it. Release the Charging Port flex cable and LCD flex cable. Take out the Microphone PCB Board. Remove the Motherboard. Pull out the Battery Sticker. Remove the worn battery. There are two protective film. Pink and blue. We just need about 3CM. and put it on the frame. Peel off the blue film. Install the new Battery. Mind the flex cable. Connect the Charging Port and LCD Screen flex cable. Put back the bracket. Tighten up 5 screws. Connect the Battery flex cable and Power Button flex cable. Headphone Jack flex cable. Put back the Back Camera. and then Front Camera. Put back the shield. Tighten up the screw. Put on the Back Cover Sticker. Make the sticker adhere to the Back Cover. Remove the protective film. Put back the back cover. Make it match well to the phone. Put back the SIM Card Tray.

23 thoughts on “Sony Xperia X Battery Repair Guide”

  1. Hi any advice on how to fix an xperia x microphone issue, it keeps working and then not working etc.. For no reason, very strange, not sure if a software issue. Any info greatly appreciated thanks 👍😁

  2. Hi, is the procces same as the x compact ? and could there be a change in radiation SAR while/after replacing battery or parts? because i heard in some Investigative tv channel that some shops who fix phones can cause it. false myth?.

  3. What the fuck was so hard about having a phone that you can just open to get the battery out? Fuck this convoluted bullshit.

  4. I have a Sony Xperia x and it's completely died on me one minute it would charge and then it died and now won't recognise the charge would you say that's a battery fault or a electrics fault it's only 4 months old and I'm.waiting for Sony to get in touch but trying to look for answers myself whilst waiting.

  5. Yea I think I'll retract to simply buying a new phone, this time with a battery that DOESN'T REQUIRE ME TO FUCKING DISASSEMBLY MY ENTIRE PHONE, USING HOT-AIR STATION AND SPECIAL STICKERS TO REPLACE THE DAMN >>CONSUMABLE<< THING.

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