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Use this guide to replace the vibration motor in your Nexus 6P smartphone. When reassembling your phone apply new adhesive where it is necessary.

  1. It is possible to remove the back cover with an iOpener as seen in this guide but it's a lengthy and difficult procedure. We recommend a heat gun or something similar. The adhesive in the Nexus 6P is extremely sticky and especially the glass and plastic cover on the backside break or bend most of the time whilst doing this repair. Use a SIM card eject tool, to pop out and remove the SIM card tray. Use an iOpener to loosen the adhesive underneath the small plastic cover at the bottom of the phone.
    • It is possible to remove the back cover with an iOpener as seen in this guide but it's a lengthy and difficult procedure. We recommend a heat gun or something similar. The adhesive in the Nexus 6P is extremely sticky and especially the glass and plastic cover on the backside break or bend most of the time whilst doing this repair.

    • Use a SIM card eject tool, to pop out and remove the SIM card tray.

    • Use an iOpener to loosen the adhesive underneath the small plastic cover at the bottom of the phone.

    For the heat gun users — any approximate temperature, and distance from phone, to not damage it?

    Kamal - Antwort

    Hi Kamal,

    my advice is the be very, very gentle with a heat gun. Especially the small plastic cover at the bottom end deforms within seconds. Try the lowest heat you can, with a good distance to the cover. Then try to remove the cover. If it doesn’t go off, lower the distance of the heat gun to the phone and try again and so on. I recommend to rather pry a little bit more than to use to much heat. If the cover deforms you’ll need a new one.

    Dominik Schnabelrauch -

  2. The knife is really sharp. Take care, not to cut yourself or your phone. Insert a knife between the phone and the plastic cover. Pry up the plastic cover until you can insert an opening pick. Slide the opening pick underneath the plastic cover to cut the adhesive.
    • The knife is really sharp. Take care, not to cut yourself or your phone.

    • Insert a knife between the phone and the plastic cover. Pry up the plastic cover until you can insert an opening pick.

    • Slide the opening pick underneath the plastic cover to cut the adhesive.

  3. Use an iOpener to loosen the adhesive underneath the glass cover at the top of the phone. Insert a knife between the phone and the glass cover. Pry up the glass cover until you can insert an opening pick.
    • Use an iOpener to loosen the adhesive underneath the glass cover at the top of the phone.

    • Insert a knife between the phone and the glass cover. Pry up the glass cover until you can insert an opening pick.

  4. Glass may break. Wear protective glasses and protective gloves. Slide the opening pick underneath the glass cover and use it to cut the adhesive underneath. Pry off the glass cover.
    • Glass may break. Wear protective glasses and protective gloves.

    • Slide the opening pick underneath the glass cover and use it to cut the adhesive underneath.

    • Pry off the glass cover.

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  6. Use tweezers to remove the liquid indicator stickers. Remove the six Philipps #000 screws. Remove the six Philipps #000 screws.
    • Use tweezers to remove the liquid indicator stickers.

    • Remove the six Philipps #000 screws.

  7. Insert a razor knife between the metal back cover and the front glass to create a gap. Insert an opening pick into the gap and slide it to the top right corner. The knife is really sharp, be careful, not to cut yourself or your phone. Insert a second opening pick and slide it to the top left corner.
    • Insert a razor knife between the metal back cover and the front glass to create a gap. Insert an opening pick into the gap and slide it to the top right corner.

    • The knife is really sharp, be careful, not to cut yourself or your phone.

    • Insert a second opening pick and slide it to the top left corner.

    • Slide the opening picks along the edges to seperate the plastic clips, holding back cover and midframe together.

    • Remove the rear cover.

    There is a black plastic band around the front glass. So stick the razor between the metal back and outside of the black plastic that is around the front glass. If you look closely at the first picture you can see the black plastic strip outside of the front glass. If you stick it between the black plastic and screen you could leave the mid frame in the metal case and only lift up the the glass and screen.

    igolten - Antwort

    Definitely try to get the knife as close as possible to the aluminum body. It will spare you damage to the plastic band… wish I would have read the comment before trying this myself… ah… and don’t get tricked by a possible space between the display and the plastic band it looks tempting to put the knife in there however that will possibly damage the plastic band. That’s where I thought I could get in between the display and the body and did damage my plastic seal. Btw, I got my device open from the left side away from the power and volume buttons.

    Marcel Duda - Antwort

    I couldn’t even find room for the knife, ended up using a suction cup to lift the bottom left corner enough to get a plastic shim in. Worked around from there. Damaged a good deal of the plastic around the edge trying to get the knife in—would recommend just using a suction cup.

    Alexander Haase - Antwort

    Blow dry the viser and stick an exacto knife under it. Gently pry. The bottom plastic is the same process, it is more difficult.

    Easyway to push the unibody/screen apart is pushing hard on the fingerprint reader. No bending/scraping. Going between the screen and body with a pick or blade is stupid.

    If you DONT put the 5 screws back in, it makes future servicing easy. The device has dovetail joints that will snap into place and still hold everything together. The phone is easy to bend/shatter anyways. This kind of gives you a removable back.

    Yazan Sakran - Antwort

  8. Remove the Philipps #000 screw. Use tweezers to remove the metal plate. Use the flat end of a spudger, to disconnect the battery flex cable.
    • Remove the Philipps #000 screw.

    • Use tweezers to remove the metal plate.

    • Use the flat end of a spudger, to disconnect the battery flex cable.

  9. Disconnect the main flex cable with a spudger. Use tweezers to unplug the antenna cable. Remove the Phillips #000 screw.
    • Disconnect the main flex cable with a spudger.

    • Use tweezers to unplug the antenna cable.

    • Remove the Phillips #000 screw.

  10. Pry out the charging board with a spudger. Remove the charging board.
    • Pry out the charging board with a spudger.

    • Remove the charging board.

  11. Use tweezers to remove the vibration motor. There is some adhesive underneath so it might be a little bit sticky.
    • Use tweezers to remove the vibration motor. There is some adhesive underneath so it might be a little bit sticky.

    • When reassembling apply new adhesive where it's necessary.

Abschluss

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order. When reassembling apply new adhesive where it's necessary.

Theo Mat

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My vibraiton motor is broken. I can’t find pefertly same motor in the internet . Can I use this vibriaton motor for replace

Derrick Ian - Antwort

Hi Derrick,

it isn’t very advisable to buy a spare part, that doesn’t say it’s exactly for the Nexus 6P. It can happen that it doesn’t fit in the bracket for the vibrator in your phone or that it doesn’t work with it. Worst case scenario is, that it’ll cause higher damage to you phone than repair.

Dominik Schnabelrauch -

I design vibration machines. My vibrator motor is not easy to use. Do you have anything to recommend? Large vibrating motors are not used on mobile phones.

mclana - Antwort

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