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This guide will show each detailed step to removing and replacing the battery in the Motorola G7 Play, model number XT1952-3 or XT1952-2. The battery is what keeps the device powered when disconnected from a charger. If the device does not power on or does not hold a charge this can possibly mean that the battery is no longer working. Look out for a swollen or leaking battery. If there is a swollen or leaking battery, be cautious and follow iFixit’s guide on what to do if a battery is swollen.

  1. Turn off device before you begin. Insert a paperclip or SIM card eject tool into the small hole in the SIM card tray on the right side of the top edge of the phone.
    • Turn off device before you begin.

    • Insert a paperclip or SIM card eject tool into the small hole in the SIM card tray on the right side of the top edge of the phone.

    • Press the tool into the hole to eject the tray.

    • Remove SIM Card Tray.

  2. Use the iFixit pick to break the adhesive around the back case. Use a heat gun, hairdryer, or iOpener to weaken the adhesive around the back case.
    • Use the iFixit pick to break the adhesive around the back case.

    • Use a heat gun, hairdryer, or iOpener to weaken the adhesive around the back case.

  3. Detach the back case from the phone.
    • Detach the back case from the phone.

    • Make sure the back is opened right to left so the cable of the fingerprint scanner does not get damaged.

  4. Use the iFixit pick and the iFixit opening tool to pull the fingerprint scanner off of the back case. Use the iFixit pick and the iFixit opening tool to pull the fingerprint scanner off of the back case.
    • Use the iFixit pick and the iFixit opening tool to pull the fingerprint scanner off of the back case.

  5. Next, remove the nine 3.2mm Phillips #00 screws from the motherboard cover with a 00 Phillips bit.
    • Next, remove the nine 3.2mm Phillips #00 screws from the motherboard cover with a 00 Phillips bit.

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  7. Lift the motherboard cover from the bottom.
    • Lift the motherboard cover from the bottom.

    • Use reverse tweezers or a similar tool if needed.

  8. Using an iFixit opener tool, detach the fingerprint sensor and the other 5 cables from the motherboard. Using an iFixit opener tool, detach the fingerprint sensor and the other 5 cables from the motherboard. Using an iFixit opener tool, detach the fingerprint sensor and the other 5 cables from the motherboard.
    • Using an iFixit opener tool, detach the fingerprint sensor and the other 5 cables from the motherboard.

  9. Remove the 0.4mm Phillips #00 screw from the motherboard with a 00 Phillips bit.
    • Remove the 0.4mm Phillips #00 screw from the motherboard with a 00 Phillips bit.

  10. Carefully pry up the motherboard from the bottom with an iFixit opener tool.
    • Carefully pry up the motherboard from the bottom with an iFixit opener tool.

  11. Remove the six 3.2 mm screws from the charging port assembly cover with a Phillips #00 screwdriver.
    • Remove the six 3.2 mm screws from the charging port assembly cover with a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

    • Remove the cover.

  12. Using the iFixit opening tool, carefully pry up the charging port assembly cover.
    • Using the iFixit opening tool, carefully pry up the charging port assembly cover.

  13. Using an iFixit opening tool, detach the cables from the charging port assembly. Using an iFixit opening tool, detach the cables from the charging port assembly.
    • Using an iFixit opening tool, detach the cables from the charging port assembly.

  14. Using the iFixit opening tool, carefully pry up the charging port assembly.
    • Using the iFixit opening tool, carefully pry up the charging port assembly.

  15. Using a spudger, break both adhesive strips on the back  side of the battery. Using a metal spudger may puncture or damage other components in your device. Using a metal spudger may puncture or damage other components in your device.
    • Using a spudger, break both adhesive strips on the back side of the battery.

    • Using a metal spudger may puncture or damage other components in your device.

  16. Pry the battery up now that the adhesive has been separated from the battery.
    • Pry the battery up now that the adhesive has been separated from the battery.

Conclusione

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

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