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Remove the push connector from the motherboard; make sure the grey antenna connector has been removed There is a significant amount of adhesive holding the back of the charging port circuit board to the phone in the 2 locations shown - you don't have to be too careful when removing, as this entire part is being replaced If you have a phone model that does not match the flex cable exactly, you may have a problem fitting the new cable in its spot. Although the parts are (from what I can tell) completely compatible, you may have to modify your case slightly to make it fit
  • Remove the push connector from the motherboard; make sure the grey antenna connector has been removed

  • There is a significant amount of adhesive holding the back of the charging port circuit board to the phone in the 2 locations shown - you don't have to be too careful when removing, as this entire part is being replaced

  • If you have a phone model that does not match the flex cable exactly, you may have a problem fitting the new cable in its spot. Although the parts are (from what I can tell) completely compatible, you may have to modify your case slightly to make it fit

  • In this case, the circuit board slots beside the USB connector were a bit too small to allow the circuit board to fit in the slot - I used a utility knife to shave the plastic on either side of the charger.

  • Make sure the port is pushed far enough down that the screw holes in the phone case are not covered by the logic board (as shown)

  • I never recommend permanently modifying devices when possible - in this case, it was not. One piece of advice - shave the plastic down in small steps and keep trying to fit the part until it is perfect. Removing large chunks may save some time, but there is a much greater chance at having to replace something much more costly.

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