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Keep track of all the screws, this headset has a lot of them.

  1. 6x T2 screws
    • 6x T2 screws

  2. One side at a time, insert a pick next to the nosepiece, slide it to the edge and pry. When both sides are loose, carefully lift the cover out.
    • One side at a time, insert a pick next to the nosepiece, slide it to the edge and pry.

    • When both sides are loose, carefully lift the cover out.

    • The proximity sensor is still connected, so be careful to not rip the flex cable.

    • Unlatch the clip and pull the flex cable out. It is lightly adhered to the headset.

  3. 5x P0 screws
    • 5x P0 screws

    • The two screws near the top are very deep.

  4. Insert a pick and pry at these four spots to release the clips. Lift the front cover away from the headset.
    • Insert a pick and pry at these four spots to release the clips.

    • Lift the front cover away from the headset.

  5. Unplug the side WiFi antenna. 1x P0 screw
    • Unplug the side WiFi antenna.

    • 1x P0 screw

    • 2x P0 screws

    • Remove the metal shield.

    • Unplug the battery.

  6. Unplug the Bluetooth antenna.
    • Unplug the Bluetooth antenna.

    • 2x P0 screws

    • 6x P0 screws

    • Lift the antenna away from the headset.

  7. Unplug the fan. 1x T2 screw
    • Unplug the fan.

    • 1x T2 screw

    • 1x P0 screw

    • Lift the front LED away from the headset.

    • Lift the fan away from the headset.

  8. 4x P0 screws
    • 4x P0 screws

    • Remove the heatsink.

  9. Unplug the side WiFi antenna connector.
    • Unplug the side WiFi antenna connector.

    • Unplug the cable leading to the USB Type-C port and headphone jack.

    • Lift and unplug the cables leading to the speakers.

    • Unlatch and remove the cables leading to the top cameras, power button and status LED, bottom cameras, microphones, and volume rocker.

    • Unplug the cables connecting the bottom cameras.

    • Unlatch and remove the cables leading to the front LED and IPD sensor, and proximity sensor.

    • Unplug the cable leading to the screen.

  10. 1x 3.5mm hex screw
    • 1x 3.5mm hex screw

    • 4x P0 screws

    • Remove the mainboard.

  11. Close up on the mainboard. Close up on the mainboard.
    • Close up on the mainboard.

  12. 2x P0 screws Unroute the side WiFi antenna. Lift the midframe away from the case.
    • 2x P0 screws

    • Unroute the side WiFi antenna.

    • Lift the midframe away from the case.

  13. 4x P0 screws hold the battery in the case. 3x T2 screws secure the battery cover.
    • 4x P0 screws hold the battery in the case.

    • 3x T2 screws secure the battery cover.

    • The Quest 2 has a battery life of 2.5 hours, drawing an average of 5.6W.

  14. Four P0 screws hold part of the retaining plastics on each arm/speaker.
    • Four P0 screws hold part of the retaining plastics on each arm/speaker.

    • Remove the four metal clips on each arm/speaker.

    • The plastics holding the arms on can be removed/twisted off, releasing the arms from the rest of the case.

  15. Small metal tabs hold the guide rails that the lenses slide on. Removing the rails reveals the display. There is a protective sheet of plastic over the screen. Be careful of dust and scratches. There is a protective sheet of plastic over the screen. Be careful of dust and scratches.
    • Small metal tabs hold the guide rails that the lenses slide on. Removing the rails reveals the display.

    • There is a protective sheet of plastic over the screen. Be careful of dust and scratches.

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Thank you so much to me for making this guide. Helped me a lot!

It is worth emphasizing that this device has 2! WIFI antennas.

Anyone who wants to disconnect WIFI from their device must disconnect both.

Their connection to the motherboard, is right next to each other, but the right connection is immediately revealed while the left connection next to it is hidden under the black cover and requires a number of additional disassembly steps.

Alternatively, anyone who wants to disconnect WIFI from their device can disconnect the wires in the area where they connect to the antenna stickers on the right and left sides of the eyepieces of the glasses, thus saving all the disassembly of the front cover.

שמחה גרשון בורר - 返信

If you just need to replace a camera… it’s 14 screws. You need a T2 and a PH0 (not a P0…) Pretty easy once you get the front cover off and not covered here. It’s pretty easy to see what you do once you get in there though. Good luck!

Chris Madson - 返信

Bravo pour ces informations. Un grand merci

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