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Topic Review (Newest First)

  • 04-08-2016, 04:34 AM
    It’s only been 9 months, and already LG has a new top dog: the G5. LG’s flagship smartphone, with a unique slide-out battery and detachable I/O module supporting multiple hardware expansion options. Released in April 2016.

    1. Release the Battery:

    Press the battery module lock button, slide out to remove the LG G5 battery.

    Pull it out to separate the LG G5 battery from its module,We doubt we’ll hear of many G5’s getting tossed out due to a dead battery.

    2. Disassemble the Module.

    The front and back module covers are very well glued in place.Picking apart the module reveals a few screws, some glue, and a surprising amount of goodies awaiting perusal.

    3. Remove the SIM Card Tray.

    A single tray houses both the SIM card and microSD card.
    Though the G5 doesn’t support Android’s adoptable storage, LG holds to their tradition of including external storage in their flagship phones—another win for longevity and, in all likelihood, a net reduction in e-waste.

    4. Separate the LCD Display from Back Cover.

    LG has finally figured out the modular unibody. The display is seamlessly mounted in the rear case, making for a luxury feel—while still maintaining battery access.

    5. Disassemble the Back Cover.

    Remove the LG G5 fingerprint sensor and release the earphone jack.

    6.Remove the front-facing camera and one (of two) rear-facing cameras—hooray modularity!

    7.pop motherboard off

    Read more :Teardown LG G5 from the HCQS | HCQS Blog | Cellphone News & Repair Tips from the Best Parts Supplier

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