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This guide will walk you through the process of replacing a faulty headphone jack in a Motorola Moto G4 Plus phone.

  1. Insert a fingernail or a spudger into the notch on bottom edge of the phone near the charging port. Pry the back cover away from the body of the phone.
    • Insert a fingernail or a spudger into the notch on bottom edge of the phone near the charging port.

    • Pry the back cover away from the body of the phone.

  2. Continue to gently lift the back cover until all plastic clips have been released. Remove the back cover. To reinstall the back cover, align the cover over the body and gently press all around the edges until you feel the clips snap into place.
    • Continue to gently lift the back cover until all plastic clips have been released.

    • Remove the back cover.

    • To reinstall the back cover, align the cover over the body and gently press all around the edges until you feel the clips snap into place.

  3. Slide out and remove the SIM card. Slide out and remove the SIM card.
    • Slide out and remove the SIM card.

    Tenho un Motorola g4 plus 64 G

    El celular se volvía loco abriendo y cerrando aplicaciones

    Ahora no reconoce la tarjeta SIM

    Internet y Wasapp funciona

    Alguien sabe donde lo reparan soy de Argentina Buenos Aires CABA

    Florencia Garrido - 返信

  4. Remove the nineteen 3.1 mm T3 screws securing the midframe.
    • Remove the nineteen 3.1 mm T3 screws securing the midframe.

    A pair of binocular magnifiers is helpful here. Also, a magnetic pickup will help pull the tiny screws out of their counterbores.

    John Fossey - 返信

  5. Use the point of a spudger to pry up the rubber cover over the camera flash connector. Remove the rubber cover.
    • Use the point of a spudger to pry up the rubber cover over the camera flash connector.

    • Remove the rubber cover.

  6. Use the point of a spudger to pry up and disconnect the camera flash connector. Use the point of a spudger to pry up and disconnect the camera flash connector.
    • Use the point of a spudger to pry up and disconnect the camera flash connector.

  7. Loosen the midframe along the edges and lift it away from the body. Remove the midframe. Remove the midframe.
    • Loosen the midframe along the edges and lift it away from the body.

    • Remove the midframe.

  8. 今あるものを使い続けましょう

    オールインワインキットで安く修理して、節約しましょう。

    iPhone 修理キットを見る

    今あるものを使い続けましょう

    オールインワインキットで安く修理して、節約しましょう。

    iPhone 修理キットを見る
  9. Be very careful not to puncture the battery with any sharp tools. A damaged lithium-ion battery can catch fire and/or explode. Peel up and remove the tape securing the battery wires.
    • Be very careful not to puncture the battery with any sharp tools. A damaged lithium-ion battery can catch fire and/or explode.

    • Peel up and remove the tape securing the battery wires.

    • Peel up and remove the black tape that bridges the battery and the phone.

    • While neither tape pieces are necessary for the operation of the phone, save them if they are in good condition for the reinstallation process.

  10. Slip the point of a spudger underneath the red and black battery wires and gently pry straight up. Do not pull the plug out, or you will tear the board socket out. Be careful where you pry. Do not pry against the board socket.
    • Slip the point of a spudger underneath the red and black battery wires and gently pry straight up.

    • Do not pull the plug out, or you will tear the board socket out. Be careful where you pry. Do not pry against the board socket.

    • During reassembly, align the connector in its socket, then press straight down to reconnect it.

  11. Use tweezers or your fingers to de-route the battery wires from the plastic brackets. Use tweezers or your fingers to de-route the battery wires from the plastic brackets.
    • Use tweezers or your fingers to de-route the battery wires from the plastic brackets.

  12. Peel the black pull tab from battery and pull slowly but firmly to separate the battery from the frame. A few drops of high concentration (90% or higher) isopropyl alcohol along each side may help soften the adhesive. If the pull tab breaks, use a spudger to gently pry around the edges of the battery until it comes loose.
    • Peel the black pull tab from battery and pull slowly but firmly to separate the battery from the frame.

    • A few drops of high concentration (90% or higher) isopropyl alcohol along each side may help soften the adhesive.

    • If the pull tab breaks, use a spudger to gently pry around the edges of the battery until it comes loose.

    • Don't deform or puncture the battery—it can catch fire and/or explode if damaged.

    • Never reinstall a damaged or deformed battery. Replace the battery.

    Does anybody know, what the black tape covering the metal cans an the battey is made of? It seems to have a heat insulating effect.

    David Kilias - 返信

    No, but the tape completely separated from itself when I removed it. Glue separated from the backing. I figure the glue in the frame is holding it well enough.

    Alan Kristensen - 返信

    I found prying the battery out was the trickiest part of this job. Take your time and pry with the plastic tool, working from the end away from the wires, but try not to deform the battery in the process. It does finally come out.

    John Fossey - 返信

    Hi, I cannot remove the Battery, it has too strong glue. Any Ideas?

    Regards

    Moritz Strack - 返信

    You can try to drip some high concentration isopropyl alcohol along the battery edge to help loosen the adhesive.

    Arthur Shi -

    • Remove the battery.

    • To install a battery, orient the new battery such that the wires exit near the bottom of the phone, and the battery connector is on the motherboard side.

    • Clean off any adhesive residue which may prevent the battery from sitting flush against the frame. Use a few strips of adhesive included in the battery kit or some double-sided tape to secure the battery to the frame.

  13. Using tweezers, lift up the black silicon piece connecting the motherboard to the front casing. Using tweezers, remove the red and black cable connecting the motherboard to the front casing.
    • Using tweezers, lift up the black silicon piece connecting the motherboard to the front casing.

    • Using tweezers, remove the red and black cable connecting the motherboard to the front casing.

  14. Using a spudger, remove the two metal pieces connecting the  motherboard to the front casing. Using a spudger, remove the two metal pieces connecting the  motherboard to the front casing.
    • Using a spudger, remove the two metal pieces connecting the motherboard to the front casing.

    What is the purpose of that metal piece that is connected to the motherboard on the bottom left-hand side.

    Rondre Weaver - 返信

    Its for the fingerprint scanner (only on the G4 Plus)

    bob fredderson - 返信

  15. Using tweezers, remove the yellow film connecting the rear camera to the motherboard.
    • Using tweezers, remove the yellow film connecting the rear camera to the motherboard.

    • The film is connected by an adhesive, so it may take some jostling to remove.

  16. Remove two 4.0 mm T3 Torx screws connecting the motherboard to the front casing.
    • Remove two 4.0 mm T3 Torx screws connecting the motherboard to the front casing.

  17. Using a spudger, lift up and remove the motherboard.
    • Using a spudger, lift up and remove the motherboard.

  18. Using tweezers, lift up the black silicon piece covering the audio jack.
    • Using tweezers, lift up the black silicon piece covering the audio jack.

  19. Using tweezers, remove the audio jack.
    • Using tweezers, remove the audio jack.

終わりに

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

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I accidentally broke the headphone jack ribbon cable socket off of the motherboard - its a very small 3 socket ZIF connector that wasn’t attached very good. Now I have no display - I’m wondering if the headphone jack has something to do with it? I would think breaking that connector would only affect the headphone jack.

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