Die Rückkamera lässt sich austauschen, nachdem das Gehäuse geöffnet wurde. Lies die Fehlersuche um sicherzustellen, dass dies die richtige Lösung ist.

  1. Verwende ein SIM-Karten-Auswurfwerkzeug (eine Büroklammer funktioniert auch), um in das Loch am oberen Ende des Gerätes zu drücken und die SIM-Kartenhalterung zu entriegeln. Dies sollte nicht sehr viel Kraft erfordern.
    • Verwende ein SIM-Karten-Auswurfwerkzeug (eine Büroklammer funktioniert auch), um in das Loch am oberen Ende des Gerätes zu drücken und die SIM-Kartenhalterung zu entriegeln. Dies sollte nicht sehr viel Kraft erfordern.

    • Entferne die SIM-Karte und die SIM-Kartenhalterung.

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    • Lege ein weiches Tuch auf deine Arbeitsfläche, um Kratzer auf dem Bildschirm zu vermeiden.

    • Verwende ein Plastic Opening Pick, um das Rückgehäuse aufzuhebeln.

      • Achte auf das Power- und Lautstärkekabel, auf der linken Seite direkt neben den Lautstärkereglern. Das Kabel liegt offen und könnte mit dem Werkzeug beschädigt werden.

    • Nimm das Rückgehäuse mit deinen Händen vorsichtig vom Rest des Geräts ab. Da das Rückgehäuse leicht verklebt ist geht dies schwerer als gedacht – wunder dich nicht, wenn sich das Rückgehäuse dabei leicht biegt.

    • Vielleicht benötigst du sogar einen iOpener, um den Kleber zu lösen. Schau dir für mehr Infos diese Anleitung an.

    • Du kannst einen kleinen Saugnapf verwenden, um das Rückgehäuse leicht anzuheben und das Plastic Opening Pick darunter zu schieben.

    Dave Lee on YouTube has a much more helpful note on removing the back cover. That video is available at: https://youtu.be/Yk1CGk0TZAw?t=1m20s

    Taylor Says So - Antwort

    the adhesive is actually quite strong (mild is the wrong term here), even after lots of heat I still struggled to remove the back cover easily. BE CAREFUL of the volume/power flex cable at the side and top left, it is completely exposed when you attempt to pry the back plate off. I got lucky.

    Andrew - Antwort

    I would recommend using a utility kniofe (make sure you have a new blade) to pry open the back case just a bit, and then slide in a playing card, fingers, pick tool or whatever else you have.

    The YouTube video note about sticking a needle through a hole in the SIM slot would have worked fine if I had a needle...

    Ada m Lacey - Antwort

    I was able to use a spudger to get around the tape. If it is really bad you can use a hair dryer if you don't have a heat gun to help loosen the adhesive.

    Ryan - Antwort

    After removing the sim card, note the hole near the edge angled toward the back cover. Stick the sim removal tool (or a strudy earring post if not long enough) to start off the back cover removal process.

    Lindsay - Antwort

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    • Entferne die 22 2,3 mm Torx T3 Schrauben.

    The screws are T4. Not T3. I just performed a battery replacement on my Nexus 6 5/15/2017. All 22 screws are T4. Even the one holding the volume and power buttons in place.

    Ryan - Antwort

    Right. while possible with a T3, it grinds out the center of the screws, making a hassle for the next guy who has to get in there. T4 feels secure.

    Thor - Antwort

    Thanks for the heads up. about to start the surgery on the old baby. Turns out that on my phone its T3. Makes me wonder if they varied the screws from batch to batch at the factory, certainly looks like it

    mrdamnslow - Antwort

    If you're using iFixit's tools then T3 should be the correct size, but T4 may work as well. There's probably a bit of variance in the sizes and manufacturing tolerances depending on who made your tools. Bottom line, try a T3 and if that doesn't feel right, move up a size (which is a good rule of thumb for any screw you encounter).

    Jeff Suovanen - Antwort

    my T4 drivers are too large. T3 has always worked for me on the back panel.

    Steve B - Antwort

    I got this kit: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-73-Piece... as I thought I had bits small enough already, so didn’t order them with the battery. Rather than wait for shipping after finding out I was mistaken, I just ran out and grabbed this since it had T3 and T4 (nothing else I found in store or online for Lowes or Walmart did).

    The T3 bit fit all my screws snuggly; the T4 bit was too big. So clearly, this is a “YMMV” based on the screws either being different depending on manuf. batch, or based on different tolerances between bits. Hence why I linked the exact one I used (Item #856840 @ Lowes).

    Tim Fisher - Antwort

    • Entferne mit einer Pinzette den Gummischutz unten rechts am Gerät.

    • Löse mit einem Spudger den freigelegten ZIF-Anschluss. Schaue hier für Infos, wie man ZIF-Anschlüsse löst.

    • Trenne die Akku-Seite komplett von der Seite mit dem Logic Board, indem du sie vorsichtig händisch auseinanderziehst.

    This step MUST also include a note to disconnect the power and volume ribbon cable and cover at the top left of the device.

    Taylor Says So - Antwort

    Hi Taylor. I just completed this guide and it was not required to disconnect the power and volume ribbon at this step. Both connected ribbon are part of the mid frame.

    Gaetan -

    Hi Gaetan, Taylor is right, you need to document that the power switch & volume connector (left top under the rubber) is to be disconnected from the motherboard when you disassemble. - Worse if you do not comment on it, this becomes an serious issue when you assembly the phone again! Most people will ignore the fact, they have to connect the cable again. Otherwise the power switch will not work. People will get mad, because they don't identify the root cause, why the phone does not start again), as the rubber does not show, the disconnected cable. It took my a least an hour before I worked through all connectors, after I already tried to run through all the 'Nexus 6 does not start' comments on the Internet, which aren't the root cause here.

    Michael Pirker -

    Yes, I realised this after I’d put the phone back together and the power and volume ribbon cable had been disconnected in the process without me realising it. My Nexus 6 is nearly 4 years old now but the phone is back to new! Thanks for the advice guys.

    Alistair B. -

    The bottom right cable is not a ZIF (Zero Insertion Force) connector, it does not have a latch, the connectors are little copper clips and the connector needs to be pulled with some force upwards to disconnect.

    Isak - Antwort

    This is definitely not a ZIF connector. Not only does it require a fair amount of force (relative to the connector size) to push on, it can be extremely stubborn to remove--especially with nearly two years of age on the fragile plastic available for pulling. There is a pull tab (of sorts) on the connector, but mine snapped right off. Luckily, the parts that are likely to break are all part of the battery assembly. The new battery comes with a new cable.

    Lampshade -

    To separate the battery section and motherboard sides you don't pull up the black swiss cheese plastic cover, just run your fingernail along the side in between the blue metal and the black edge of the screen.

    Kevin Edwards - Antwort

    thanks a lot kevin you saved me. This guide should be a bit more precise...

    guyom -

    As Taylor said, by the camera lens there is another rubber peice, take that out and disconnect that cable, and make sure to reconnect it afterwards. That cable connects your buttons to the mobo.

    Nick Myers - Antwort

    I did exactly everything described in this guide and my Nexus 6 front camera still does not correspond with the camera app. Is there something I am missing and is there anyone else with a similar problem to mine. I am thinking of cleaning the connector with rubbing alcohol or something similar.

    ajqwerty93 - Antwort

    "detatching" is a typo. :-(

    Tim Wong - Antwort

    • Löse mit einem Spudger den Anschluss der Frontkamera.

    • Entferne die Frontkamera vorsichtig mit einer Pinzette.

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Even though I followed the guide, step by step, and heeded all the advice, once reassembled I cannot get the phone to restart.

Charles Brittain - Antwort

check the power and volume ribbon cable and the connector at the top left of the device, it could be loose..

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I had the same problem. But it resolved itself when I connected the charger to the phone.

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