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Monday, 10 March 2014

How I Replace A Nexus 7 WiFi and 3G Lithium Batteries

If your having battery problems with your 1st Generation Google Asus Nexus 7 then check out my video below on selecting the right replacement battery.

Once you have selected the right battery you can check out if I have any recycled Nexus 7 1st Generation batteries on eBay

Below is a link to the current recycled Nexus 7 Spare Parts I have available on eBay.

Once you have the replacement battery the video below shows you a simple and slow step by step guide as to how I safely shutdown my Google Nexus 7 Wifi + 3G model.

It then shows how I safely crack open the back of the case, disconnect then remove the internal 3G Lithium Battery ensure I have the right battery then how I install a new battery, close the back and restart the nexus 7 3g.

 Remember, I always back up my devices before doing anything, please ensure you do the same. I take no responsibility or liability for this fix, It is for educational purposes for competent with sufficient skill and experience to complete this task. If you find this useful please hare it and give it the thumbs up.

Selecting the right replacement battery for the Google Asus Nexus 7 1st Generation

Below is my link to a short video YouTube video I made which shows the differences between the Google Asus Nexus 7 1st Generation Lithium Internal batteries,


I hope you find it useful.

Below is a link to the current recycled Nexus 7 Spare Parts I have available on eBay.


fixed Nexus 7 Wifi and Wifi plus 3G 1st Generation fixes

Over the past few months I've been repairing many Google Asus 1st Generation Nexus 7 Tablets. These have been a mixture of WiFi only and WiFi plus 3G models.  With constant and occasional hard daily use the Nexus 7 can suffer from a range of problems.

These include:

  • Nexus 7 dead battery 
  • Nexus 7 battery not holding charge
  • Nexus 7 broken charger port (from tripping over the cable)
  • Nexus 7 damaged internal speakers (water damage)
  • Nexus 7 internal speaker failure (kiddies sticking things in the speaker port)
  • Nexus 7 headphone socket not working
  • Nexus 7 headphone sound intermittent
From the repair work I have been doing I have gathered a significant collection of spare parts which have been fully tested and found to be working which I am making available at low prices on eBay.

Of course to do any sort of repair of replacement you need to:
  • take FULL responsibility for what you do
  • disconnect any external power supply 
  • Open the case without destroying your nexus 7
  • Disconnect the internal battery safely and without destroying your nexus 7
  • Identify what part you have in your Nexus 7
  • Find the appropriate replacement part
  • Safely remove the defective part, and replace it with the replacement part
  • Safely reconnect the battery
  • Restart your Nexus 7 and test it.
In this blog I will publish a series of 'HOW I DO IT' fixes as tutorial videos for educational purposes, what you decide to do with them is completely your responsibility, I accept no liability..

I will also put links to items I have currently on eBay for UK buyers, I will shipped further but as we all know postage is getting expensive so buyers will need to confirm the shipping fee with me.

The first video is ready it is:

How I Safely open the Google Asus nexus 7 1st Generation Tablet PC

Below is a link to the current recycled Nexus 7 Spare Parts I have available on eBay.

Asus nexus 7 1st Generation Tablet PC - How I Safely open it.

I have been doing significant amounts of work repairing and reconditioning the Google Asus Nexus 7 PC Tablet, and despite being a Mac Person iPhone and iPad user I quite like it.

As I have been opening and closing the Nexus 7 and others have been purchasing reconditioned parts off me from my circus_frontman eBay account.

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 I thought I'd do a quick series of videos.

 The first is opening the nexus 7 and disconnecting the battery.

I hope you find it useful.