iPhone 6 Battery
simply used my wifes hair dryer and passed it over the back end for about 30secs or so. don’t know if it helped but it was easy to remove the adhesive strips. may or may not be necessary.
just wanted to comment i followed this method and found it to be the easiest. as i got more and more adhesive out, i wrapped the excess around my finger like you would do with excess dental floss to keep the firm grip. worked perfectly. the total job was roughly 5-7 minutes from the first screw to the last.
wow, that's pretty awsome. i have about 5 of the G4 sensors lying around and two G5 sensors that i hate. all are dead and may really be going head first into this replacement. thanks for the steps. i'll post back once i get it going.