Take Out the Battery from Lenovo A7000
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- 10From there, you put the phone down.For more information on how to remove the cover, please view our tutorial on how to remove a phone cover from Lenovo A7000.
- 13Put your finger in the hole and simply pull the battery up.The battery comes out. Now, you see the contact points for the battery. The contact points match up with contact points on the top of the battery.Advertisement
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It is very hard to take out the battery.
It is very hard to take out the battery
A battery may get stuck as it bulges a bit over time. You will need to replace such a battery as soon as possible. You can use nails or a piece of thin plastic. Be careful not to break the screen of the phone. If nothing works, then there are more solutions: take a double-sided duct tape and spread it across the battery. Take an object with a handle and a large square that can cover the battery wholly and attach it to the upper side of the duct tape. Pull the battery up gently and slowly. You can also use superglue, but add only a drop of it in the middle of the battery (you will have to throw the battery out afterwards).
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