In the wireless version there is also a slider under the main board that engages with the battery (AA size) isolation switch.
The wireless version has yet another small Philips head screw holding the main board to the base.
The wireless version has two (2) more screws under the other two (2) small circular pads.
The wireless version of this mouse has 2 extra screws under the other two small pads and arranged differently because of the battery compartment intrusion into available space. There was also a small screw retaining the circuit board.
Unlike the phone pictured above my (international) phone had another larger glue strip on the other side of the display cable. The rather soft battery was a little more damaged after removal. I had trouble aligning the battery connector after putting locating the battery in its recess. I ended up connecting the battery first. The result was a very slight buckle in the flat ribbon. I put a small patch of sticky tape in the back cover above the buckle in case there was some movement or a sharp edge. I left out the screws ( I think I might be able to remove the rear cover with just a couple of Picks now. The small scar near the rear glass is now hidden by my much more damaged cover. ?? Will I do this again? Probably not to this phone as the OS is old and neglected by Google. I really thought that I’d get more updates out of them.
This has to be the hardest part. I really did not want to damage the glass. My phone has had a rough life and there is some minor damage despite having a double layer cover. I decided to prise the glass off from the end opposite from the camera after many unsuccessful attempts from near the middle. With the knife I was able to scrape the metal edge near the end of the glass cover - keep the blade facing out. With the metal out of the way the knife tip was able to get under the glass followed by a Pick. I heated it all up again with the IOpener heat tube. Using reflected light keep an eye on the bend in the glass. If you can see a bend then slow down and let the glue separate. The reward for patience is unbroken glass.
The Ifixit knife has a curved sharp edge. I used this edge in the middle of the outer long side of the lower cover and pushed it straight down. The natural curve in the now softened plastic allowed it to buckle/bend a little further. I then slowly rolled the top edge of the knife out and away from the phone. There was then sufficient gap to insert a Pick. Heat it again with the IOpener and then slide the Pick further in and along from end to end.
The IOpener may need to be applied more than once in cold weather. Even for a first time repairer it is possible to remove the small lower rear cover without damage.
The Ifixit SIM removal tool is a bit rough for the 6P SIM eject opening I suggest a small paper clip and its easier for aged fingers to use.
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