You basically have to destroy the sticker to get it off…
I will say this is a decent guide, since I just completed replacing the battery in my Moto 360 and everything works so far as it did prior to the replacement. I did also follow the one YouTube video as well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1as_h5j... because of the additional step of removing those 4 pins that are not talked about in this guide. My only issue is no mention of adhesives to replace the original stuff. It was recommended to me to retain as much of the black putty type adhesive that you can from the removal of the back cover and re-heat that to replace the cover. It balls up very easily from using the prying tools to separate the cover, so I ended up peeling it off and throwing it out. I am now faced with finding a suitable replacement. Also need to find some kind of thin double-sided tape to re-secure the battery to the board it was attached to.... But all-in-all, I did NOT destroy my watch and it works as it should. Thanks to the author and contributors. Good job!
Definitely need an answer to this question, something that iFixit should have included in this guide. Seems to be a very integral part to replacing the battery, since the adhesive used to secure the battery in place as well as replace the back cover is ruined once you pry everything apart. Any comment from Keslyn or any of the others at iFixit on this? Would be great if they would chime in.
Why on earth would you guys show a watch with a cracked back cover?? Does not instill much confidence when looking over these instructions.... I mean, was this the only watch you guys had and you broke the cover when making the instructions or what? Or are you guys just trying to make it totally realistic? Just completely baffled by this....
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