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Sony Xperia Z2 (D6502, D6503, and D6543) - How to replace the Battery.


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Switch off the phone. If you can't switch it off, you can use the OFF button near to the SIM card Tray. Warm the Back Cover. You can use a hairdryer.
  • Switch off the phone.

  • If you can't switch it off, you can use the OFF button near to the SIM card Tray.

  • Warm the Back Cover. You can use a hairdryer.

  • Be careful, the Back Cover is plastic.

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Use a small suction cup and plastic tools for separating the Rear panel. There is Adhesive tape on the edges of the phone and some between the Battery and the Back Cover, as well. I found a small tab to pull just inside the top of the cover that removed the adhesive and released the back panel from the battery. Its that same style adhesive strip as used in the Iphone 5/5c/5s. There is Adhesive tape on the edges of the phone and some between the Battery and the Back Cover, as well. I found a small tab to pull just inside the top of the cover that removed the adhesive and released the back panel from the battery. Its that same style adhesive strip as used in the Iphone 5/5c/5s.
  • Use a small suction cup and plastic tools for separating the Rear panel.

  • There is Adhesive tape on the edges of the phone and some between the Battery and the Back Cover, as well. I found a small tab to pull just inside the top of the cover that removed the adhesive and released the back panel from the battery. Its that same style adhesive strip as used in the Iphone 5/5c/5s.

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Before installing the new cover, you must clean the phone from the old adhesive tape and install a new one (if your spare part has come without double sided adhesive tape). Please SUBSCRIBE to my channel  ツ
  • Before installing the new cover, you must clean the phone from the old adhesive tape and install a new one (if your spare part has come without double sided adhesive tape).

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Should include the information about the NFC antenna.

Sounds like a dealbreaker for some people.

Diogo Pinheiro - Replica

What about it?

Makos - Replica

Disconnect the Battery Flex Cable and remove the two Philips screws. Li-Polymer Battery, 3.8V, 3200mAh Part number: LIS1543ERPC

Did you use the custom adhesive or the 3M double sided tape?

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Conclusione

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

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I've followed these instructions and sadly this has now left my phone not booting up with both the old battery (which was working fine previously) and the brand new replacement OEM battery. :( All it does is flash the red LED when I attempt to turn it on and I've left it to charge overnight and it remains to treat both batteries continually as if they're always empty. :( Anyone get any advice on this issue, or is this just a risk of replacing a Sony Xperia Z2 battery? :(

Jonathan D - Replica

Hey mate, did you fixed it meanwhile ? What it was ? I have the same issue. Thank you.

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Will it maintain its waterproofness?

Munyaradzi Murapa - Replica

Flashing red light could mean that your battery is not being detected. It is possible that you did not sit the battery connector properly. Hopefully the connector was not damaged when reinstalled. It is small and can be a little fiddly. I had to remove the battery when changing out the screen. After replacing everything, the same thing happened. I figured out the problem when the phone went from empty to full each time I pressed top third of the back cover plate.

kelvinteohbc - Replica

Hey, You’re a great discoverer. I had this blinking red LED thing for couple of weeks on my Z2. It shows battery is full & in a sudden goes down to 40-50% & sometimes to 0% which immediately turn off the device. I thought it was a battery or software issue. yesterday I restored my phone with factory defaults. But it didn’t help. Just found your comment here “Flashing red light could mean that your battery is not being detected.” AND “I figured out the problem when the phone went from empty to full each time I pressed top third of the back cover plate.” My fault is gone as I re-fixed the battery connection. It is over three years I’m using this mobile yet didn’t find an issue. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

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