Yes, but if you take it out, I suggest you only put a new one in. This battery is glued in with adhesive, making removal difficult. If you damage the battery in any way, it could expand and damage your macbook when reinstalled. That or it will go up in flames when punctured… Look at videos of people puncturing lithium batteries. Clean the dust out of the rest of your computer. unless your battery needs to be changed, dont bother with removing it to clean dust. Update (05/05/2019): THIS IS IF YOU HAVE A RETINA MODEL LIKE IT SAYS ON YOUR POST!! The unibody batteries can be removed with a Y screwdriver.
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The folder means that it is not finding your OS or hard drive. Did you install OSX on there before you installed the drive into the computer? If not, I believe that your computer’s highest compatible OS is Sierra. My response to your comment: Sierra will still work on the Samsung Drive. If you don't have a bootable installer, the easiest way for you to install it would be to put your old drive back in the computer. First off, Buy the sata to usb cable that Dan is talking about. Make sure you unplug the battery before swapping the drives out both before and after the install. Boot to your old hard drive. If the install sierra app is not already in your applications folder go ahead and download it from the app store. Connect the SSD to your computer using your USB to Sata cable. Open the Disk Utility app and select view --> all devices. Under external drives, you will see your samsung SSD. Make sure it is the Samsung SSD before doing this(you will lose all of your data otherwise!!), but you will go ahead and...
You could always try cleaning the phone circuits and connectors yourself with 91% or higher isopropyl alcohol and an antistatic brush (or a tooth brush if you have nothing else). Do not do this if you are not comfortable disassembling AND reassembling the entire phone. Either way, fix it or get it fixed soon. The longer water sits inside a phone, the more corrosion builds up. Anyways now if you still feel comfortable doing it try this! Look for green corroded solder joints and scrub that junk down with alcohol! You do not have access to scrub every part of the main logic board (there are plates soldered on over it), but at least clean out the board connectors, flex cable connectors and every part of the board that you have access to. Sometimes the corrosion that happens from water damage causes pads to lift and connections to be faulty. You should replace your battery after water damage. If you are already opening the phone up, the battery is easy and cheap to change. I have had success with this method on...
The blade SSD is going to be the fastest drive in the computer. They are faster because they don’t have a length of cable to run. Unlike the 2.5 SATA III SSD’s, the Blade drive is in a socket that is directly on the board. Keep this one and put your OS and applications on it for the highest performance. The HDD is only for storage, your operating system does not live on here. Granted it is not as fast, the HDD is the cheapest way to store large amounts of data. But since you have your OS on a blade drive, you will not see any performance increase in operation of your computer. The only advantage of having an SSD for storage in place of an HDD for storage would be that you can save and transfer documents between the OS and storage drives much quicker. But you need to decide if that is worth paying 2X the cost of an HDD. I say its not really that important if your OS is already on a Blade drive.
If you’ve completely ruined your iphone 7 or 8 home button, and don’t want to pay apple to fix your stuff (because you’re a stubborn repair enthusiast like me), I believe you can find various replacement home buttons that function via bluetooth. The touch ID does not work, but at least you don’t have to use the little square. Seems this issue has been thoroughly answered, but I just wanted to add that in as an alternative answer to those of you who do not want to pay the $150 home button repair.
Those prongs don’t look terribly low but its still pretty hard to tell. If the button is brand new (theoretically not defective but you never know) and the contacts work when activated manually, it sounds like the screen may be having a hard time seating properly. Is the frame bent at all? Are there any dings in the corners or sides? These are things that can cause the prongs to not seat far enough, or even seat off center. Make sure the screen is going all the way down.
Dylan, I’ve done this repair 3 or 4 times now - and with those symptoms - it is most likely your power supply. It COULD be the logic board, but I have yet to see that happen. Any time your computer (or any appliance or amp) is not powering on, you should at least SUSPECT the PSU.