はじめに

Use this guide to replace the two speakers on your Nexus 9.

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  1. With your fingers, carefully pry off the back plastic casing. Starting at the corners is usually the easiest.
    • With your fingers, carefully pry off the back plastic casing. Starting at the corners is usually the easiest.

    • The rear-facing camera seems to fit a little too snugly in its compartment on the rear case; so make sure that it stays connected to the motherboard.

    Just removed the cover. On mine, there is a piece of double sided tape, 2"x1", bottom middle, sticking the back cover to the battery. The battery pack's black skin ripped as I pulled the cover off. I was able to peel the skin from the tape and reposition on the batteries. Don't think this black skin is nothing more then a way to print branding and other texts onto the batteries.

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    Same here. Ridiculous!

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    I can confirm that the camera does fit very snugly into back cover.

    Start by prying off the cover from the end opposite the camera. When you get near the camera lens, press the lens gently into the body as you continue to release the cover.

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  2. Carefully peel up the copper shielding with your fingers.
    • Carefully peel up the copper shielding with your fingers.

    • Before fully removing the copper shielding, make sure that the blue antenna cable is out of the way of the copper tab.

    On mine, the copper shield is smaller then shown in this picture. It does not cover the battery connector, hence you don't need to remove the copper shield to remove the battery.

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    Ditto. My theory is that ours were later model Nexus 9s produced after this ifixit featured this product!

    rexograph143 -

    Sur certains modèles, la feuille de cuivre est sous la batterie et n'a pas besoin d'être enlevé.

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    • Using the spudger tool, carefully remove the bottom of the battery from it's location below the logic boards.

    • The battery is attached to the motherboard with some adhesive, so you may need an iOpener to loosen up the adhesive. Check out the iOpener guide for info on how to do it.

    • Do not pull the battery from the tablet yet, as it is still connected to the motherboard.

    On my tablet, it was not glue, but double stick tape along the both long sides. I used the iOpener, which I laid along the sides. (My iOpener had printed on it, “Wait 10 minutes before reheating again.”) I slowly peeled the tape off of the battery. The copper shielding was below the battery. I carefully peeled the tape up in hopes of reusing it.

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    On mine, the battery was held by two strips of double stick tape. My iOpener helped. (my iOpener had written on it, “Wait 10 minutes before reheating again. ) As I lifted the battery, I peeled the tape away from it. Then I peeled up the tape in hopes of reusing it.

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    • Now remove the metal clip covering the battery's connector cable located above the top left of the battery with the spudger.

    • After the metal clip is wiggled free, the battery's connector cable can be easily removed by just gently tugging it free.

    Use spudger to apply light pressure to right (as seen in picture above) side of clip near the board. Right side of clip will spring left and up. Use tweezers to lift clip upwards and to the right. It will come right out.

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    White battery connector lifts straight up to disconnect.

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    • The battery should now lift free of the tablet.

    Again, on my Nexus 9, were I trying to actually remove the battery, it is double side taped to the frame. The battery’s casing would be further torn to shreds, should I try to remove it.

    Good thing I’m just trying out a XDA repair for the “white/pixellated screen-150 decibel scream issue” that seems to be plaguing N9s nowadays, which involves cleaning the battery contacts. I may just have to replace it now, should it’s performance get any worse.

    (It’s almost as if HTC wants the battery to be seriously damaged if replacement is attempted.)

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    • This step is not necessary if you have already removed the battery.

    • Carefully peel up the copper shielding with your fingers.

    • Before fully removing the copper shielding, make sure that the blue antenna cable is out of the way of the copper tab.

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    • Unscrew the three 3 mm Torx T5 screws on the antenna board.

    • This step and the next show the battery removed, but it is not necessary to remove it if you are only replacing the antenna board.

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    • Use your fingers or a pair of tweezers to disconnect the blue antenna cable from the motherboard.

      • When reinstalling the antenna, be sure to clean it with a degreaser such as windex or isopropyl alcohol. The oils on your fingers have the potential to create wireless interference.

    • The antenna board should now lift free of the motherboard.

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    • Use a spudger or your fingers to remove the first speaker. The speaker may be heavily glued in and require heat to lift. Be careful as you can pull the speaker apart.

    My speaker was kind of glued in place and I hosed it pulling it out. Take something really pointy (tweezers?) to lift it out from the right side.

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    • Disconnect the two ZIF connectors attached to the daughterboards.

    • Gently pull on the ribbon cable to remove it.

    Mine had an additional 3rd ZIF cable and an antenna cable.

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    • Remove the two 3mm T5 Torx screws securing the metal USB port bracket.

    • Use your fingers or a pair of tweezers to remove the bracket.

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    • Unscrew the two 3mm T5 Torx screws securing the daughterboard to the device.

    • Use a pair of tweezers to disconnect the vibrator cable. It will lift straight up from the daughterboard connector.

    • Use your fingers to lift the daughterboard upward and out of the device.

    On mine, the vibrator connector slide away from the daughter board

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    Mine had an additional antenna black cable.

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    • The daughterboard has an orange ribbon cable that is adhered to the device. Gently pull the ribbon up and remove the daughtboard.

    Mine was held with tenacious double stick tape. Better to pry up the board with pointy (tweezers?)

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    • Use a spudger to remove the second speaker.

    Mine was held in place with a perfectly cut piece of tenacious double stick tape. I pried it up with the pointy (tweezers?)

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まとめ

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

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