Einleitung

The entirety of the Moto 360 is very fragile. Take extreme caution when using tools. You will have to use the iOpener, so be sure to review this guide for instruction if you are unfamiliar with using it.

  1. Set the watch face down on a flat surface.
    • Set the watch face down on a flat surface.

    • Place the heated iOpener on the face of the rear cover to loosen the adhesive underneath.

    • Follow the instructions here to remove the back cover without force by using some needles in the right places:

    • Motorola Moto 360 Gehäuseverschlüsse Austausch

    • Then continue with step 5. Or don't use needles and just continue with the next steps.

  2. Gently slide the blue opening pick between the rear cover and the metal casing. The rear cover is extremely fragile. Be very delicate when using the opening pick.
    • Gently slide the blue opening pick between the rear cover and the metal casing.

      • The rear cover is extremely fragile. Be very delicate when using the opening pick.

    • Work your way entirely around the rear cover.

      • It may take several attempts of reheating the adhesive to get the rear cover loose enough to pull off.

  3. Once the adhesive has been successfully loosened, gently pull the rear cover off.
    • Once the adhesive has been successfully loosened, gently pull the rear cover off.

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  5. To get to the O-Ring, use the Jimmy to gently pry off the rear housing. To get to the O-Ring, use the Jimmy to gently pry off the rear housing.
    • To get to the O-Ring, use the Jimmy to gently pry off the rear housing.

  6. Pinch the green rubber O-Ring and slide it off of the watch.
    • Pinch the green rubber O-Ring and slide it off of the watch.

      • The O-Ring is delicate and is easily severed. Use care around sharp objects.

  7. Detach the copper ribbon connecting the motherboard and the display. For reassembly, attach copper ribbon where it is marked.
    • Detach the copper ribbon connecting the motherboard and the display.

      • For reassembly, attach copper ribbon where it is marked.

      • The copper ribbon is fragile and easily disconnects. Remember where it goes so as to reconnect it properly.

  8. Use the spudger to separate the battery casing from the rear housing. For leverage, place the spudger in either groove in the rear housing. For leverage, place the spudger in either groove in the rear housing.
    • Use the spudger to separate the battery casing from the rear housing.

      • For leverage, place the spudger in either groove in the rear housing.

  9. Lift the black plastic pull-tab and pull back on the battery until it's removed from the battery casing. The battery is very firmly secured, so you may have to use a great deal of force.
    • Lift the black plastic pull-tab and pull back on the battery until it's removed from the battery casing. The battery is very firmly secured, so you may have to use a great deal of force.

      • There are two strips of adhesive securing the battery. You may have to use the spudger to loosen the adhesive. Use care not to damage electronics.

  10. Once the battery is separate from the back of the battery casing, disconnect the red and black wire by prying or pulling it straight up from the board (perpendicular to the board surface).
    • Once the battery is separate from the back of the battery casing, disconnect the red and black wire by prying or pulling it straight up from the board (perpendicular to the board surface).

Abschluss

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Here is a brand new aftermarket replacement battery (thats not shipped from overseas). It has 300mAh capacity similar to the OEM battery and it has a 1 year replacement warranty!

Motorola Moto 360 Battery Replacement

Mike - Antwort

There is also an aftermarket back cover for the Gen 1 Moto 360 available. It is plastic and not as good as the OEM part but it keeps everything together if the OEM back cover gets damaged during installation. It can be found here: http://www.mpfproducts.com/back-cover-re...

Mike -

ifixit, can you provide the dimensions of the Motorola WX30 battery. I am curious if it would be possible to fit a similar sized slightly higher capacity LiPo battery in.

Mike - Antwort

Thanks for the guide. However I found several steps at least misleading, or not directly applicable to my Moto 360. I'm not sure if this is because the Moto 360 internal construction has varied over different production iterations.

The key difference is this guide implies that the inner body can simply be slid up and out of the metal shell with slow and careful prying. Actually, there are 4 curved plastic parts (call them locking pins) that fit corresponding slots in the metal shell and the plastic inner body at each side of the top and bottom clasp attachment points. Once inserted during manufacture, there is no way the body will ever slide up and out of the shell. I had to apply significant pressure to bend the shell out and pry the body out past the locking slots. However, it's possible that the locking pins could have been removed with tweezers permitting a less energetic disassembly of the watch.

Mario Becroft - Antwort

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