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This guide details how to remove the battery from the Huawei Honor 8.

  1. Make sure you spend at least 5 minutes heating up the adhesive. Prying off the glass cover too early can result in cracking the panel.
    • Make sure you spend at least 5 minutes heating up the adhesive. Prying off the glass cover too early can result in cracking the panel.

    • Using a heat gun or hairdryer, apply heat approximately three inches above the glass panel to warm up the adhesive around the outside edge of the phone.

    • Make sure to apply heat evenly across the outside edge of the device.

    When I reverse the order to close the back side, would it hold with the old adhesive? if not, how do I keep it from falling?

    yaniv feinberg - Yanıt

  2. Be careful not to tear the orange ribbon wire when removing the back panel. Using a plastic opening tool, gently  pry up a corner of the rear glass panel.
    • Be careful not to tear the orange ribbon wire when removing the back panel.

    • Using a plastic opening tool, gently pry up a corner of the rear glass panel.

    • Slowly slide the plastic opening tool around the outside of the glass panel to break through the adhesive.

    • Additional plastic opening tools can be used to help separate the back panel from the phone body.

    • Gently lift the back panel off once all the adhesive has been removed.

  3. Using a Phillips PH00 screwdriver, remove the silver Phillips 3.5 mm screw circled in red. Using a spudger, gently lift off the small metal tab that was held in place by the screw. Gently pry off the orange ribbon wire on the back panel.
    • Using a Phillips PH00 screwdriver, remove the silver Phillips 3.5 mm screw circled in red.

    • Using a spudger, gently lift off the small metal tab that was held in place by the screw.

    • Gently pry off the orange ribbon wire on the back panel.

  4. Keep the tiny screws on a magnetic pad or a designated area so they will not be lost. There are eighteen screws in total.
    • Keep the tiny screws on a magnetic pad or a designated area so they will not be lost. There are eighteen screws in total.

    • Using a Phillips PH00 screwdriver, remove the eight silver Phillips 3.5 mm screws circled in red.

    • Using a Phillips PH00 screwdriver, remove the six black Phillips 4.0 mm screws circled in orange.

    • Using a Phillips PH00 screwdriver, remove the single silver 3.0 mm Phillips screw circled in yellow.

    • Using the Phillips PH00 screwdriver tip, gently scratch away the white stickers outlined in green circles to expose hidden screws.

    • Using a Phillips PH00 screwdriver, remove the two black Phillips 4.0 mm screws circled in green.

    On my phone, the white sticker was in the bottom right corner, rather than the middle right side. However, the screw types were all the same as listed in the step above, so proceeding to remove the sticker and screws worked fine.

    Bence Joful - Yanıt

    one of my green screws and orange screws were reversed from image, but all worked out fine, as well.

    Lacking a useful magnetic pad, I made a pad of (sticky side up) masking tape to hold screws which I could mark up and it worked quite well.

    Tom R Earlywine - Yanıt

  5. Slowly slide the plastic opening tool around the perimeter of the inner lining. Additional plastic opening tools can be used to help separate the inner lining from the phone body. Gently pull the inner lining up to remove it from the phone body.
    • Slowly slide the plastic opening tool around the perimeter of the inner lining.

    • Additional plastic opening tools can be used to help separate the inner lining from the phone body.

    • Gently pull the inner lining up to remove it from the phone body.

  6. Holding the phone so that the cameras are at the top, locate the small hole on the top right edge of the device. Using the 0.8 mm Sim Eject tool, push down on the small hole to release the Sim Card tray. Gently pull out the Sim Card tray  and set it aside.
    • Holding the phone so that the cameras are at the top, locate the small hole on the top right edge of the device.

    • Using the 0.8 mm Sim Eject tool, push down on the small hole to release the Sim Card tray.

    • Gently pull out the Sim Card tray and set it aside.

    complete the ejection with screen facing up

    Tom R Earlywine - Yanıt

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  8. In the following steps you will disconnect the five connectors circled in red holding the motherboard in place.
    • In the following steps you will disconnect the five connectors circled in red holding the motherboard in place.

  9. Gently pull the small ribbon connection between the battery and motherboard upward to disconnect it. Use a spudger to help pry off the connection if necessary.
    • Gently pull the small ribbon connection between the battery and motherboard upward to disconnect it.

    • Use a spudger to help pry off the connection if necessary.

  10. Use a spudger to gently pry off the small antenna cable on the right side of the motherboard.
    • Use a spudger to gently pry off the small antenna cable on the right side of the motherboard.

    Was ist das genau für eine Antenne? Habe sie eben aus Versehn abgerissen und trotzdem einfach zugeschraubt und sämtliche Funktionen (WLAN, Mobile Daten, GPS) sind noch in Takt.

    Ferdinand - Yanıt

    Bei mir ist es so wie bei Ferdinand (Anschluss hat sich vom Board gelöst, dennoch scheint noch alles intakt zu sein. ). Ich würde behaupten, dass es extrem wahrscheinlich ist den Anschluss beim entfernen dieses Kabels abzureißen, deshalb würde ich empfehlen, den Schritt entweder auszulassen oder das Kabel am anderen Ende zu entfernen (dort sieht der Anschluss stabiler aus). Wenn man den Schritt überspringt, muss man natürlich noch vorsichtiger bei der Entfernung des Akkus sein.

    Marc Ka - Yanıt

  11. Using  a spudger, gently pry  up the small connection  that holds the motherboard in place. Using  a spudger, gently pry  up the small connection  that holds the motherboard in place.
    • Using a spudger, gently pry up the small connection that holds the motherboard in place.

  12. Using a spudger, gently pry up the connector near the left edge of the motherboard.
    • Using a spudger, gently pry up the connector near the left edge of the motherboard.

  13. Use a spudger to gently pry off the small connection on the far left edge of the motherboard.
    • Use a spudger to gently pry off the small connection on the far left edge of the motherboard.

  14. Use a spudger to pry up a corner of the motherboard. Lift the motherboard to remove it from the body of the phone.
    • Use a spudger to pry up a corner of the motherboard.

    • Lift the motherboard to remove it from the body of the phone.

  15. Using a spudger, pry off the small connection between the speaker and phone body located near the bottom of the device circled in red. Gently pry up a corner of the speaker using a spudger.
    • Using a spudger, pry off the small connection between the speaker and phone body located near the bottom of the device circled in red.

    • Gently pry up a corner of the speaker using a spudger.

    • Lift the speaker up and out of the phone body.

  16. Avoid using a heat gun for this step as overheating the battery can cause permanent damage. You may use an iOpener on the front side of the phone to safely heat and loosen the adhesive under the battery.
    • Avoid using a heat gun for this step as overheating the battery can cause permanent damage.

    • You may use an iOpener on the front side of the phone to safely heat and loosen the adhesive under the battery.

    • Insert the plastic spudger into the gap between the frame and the battery.

    • Move the spudger around the outside edge of the battery to remove the adhesive.

    • Do not bend or puncture the battery. There is a lot of adhesive holding the battery in place, moving the spudger may require some effort. Use the plastic opening tools to help pry each side open.

  17. Once all the adhesive has been removed from the battery,  use the spudger and plastic opening tools to gently pry the battery away from the frame. Once all the adhesive has been removed from the battery,  use the spudger and plastic opening tools to gently pry the battery away from the frame. Once all the adhesive has been removed from the battery,  use the spudger and plastic opening tools to gently pry the battery away from the frame.
    • Once all the adhesive has been removed from the battery, use the spudger and plastic opening tools to gently pry the battery away from the frame.

    This is not easy. You will deform the old battery - don’t worry. Use the iOpener and guitar picks, and microwave the iOpener at least a second time half way through. I am massaging the cramps out of my fingers, but I got it.

    Tom R Earlywine - Yanıt

Sonuç

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Where are the battery installation and reassembly instructions?

Nate Gardner - Yanıt

Just go back in reverse order, Einstein

cherry blossom -

I replaced the battery on my Huawei Honor 8 and after power up it doesn’t see the SIM card. There’s no way to install the sim card tray backwards or put the SIM card in wrong. Any ideas?

gaildagan - Yanıt

Never mind. I figured it out. The metal SIM card cage got distorted and the tray was sliding in behind it, not into it. I gently bent the cage back into shape and all is well.

gaildagan -

Do I need to apply new adhesive ? or re-use what is already on the device?

Qing Li - Yanıt

Re-using the existing adhesive worked OK, but not perfect. There’s a little gap near the volume buttons where the back separates from the inner lining. I’m using a phone case, so I don’t mind - it’s good enough that the back won’t come off while the phone is in the case.

Bence Joful -

I applied some of the adhesive strips that came with my battery kit (purchased here). Then I put the cover back on, applied some pressure and heated it up one last time in hopes that it helped the adhesive stick better.

Luke G -

Now my phone won’t even charge? Battery is in correctly and is at 60%. When I plug it in the charger connects for less than a second and then the connection disappears. Happens every time I disconnect and reconnect. Any ideas?

Samantha Becker - Yanıt

Done in 75 minutes, for 9€. Thanks!

Pascal Dequick - Yanıt

the backing sticks out all stupid though

JAYCAST cooky - Yanıt

I’m sorry but at least in my case it was absolutely impossible to pry the battery away gently. There was such an amount of glue that I almost gave up. The battery bent like !&&* and two spudgers broke. i didn’t use any heat. And I think it would be important to actually show te reassembly because at least I don’t have any idea how much and what sort of glue should be used at any given point. I used B-7000 because that was my best guess.

Jussi Laiho - Yanıt

Super Anleitung, super Repairkit. Hat alles so funktioniert wie beschrieben.

albe1 - Yanıt

Tried to change my battery. Made it to the battery without serious injury. Cut the LCD cord. Q-Q

Abigail Johnson - Yanıt

90% of this was just trying to pry the case off and the battery off. The glue is very tough. For the case, at the beginning I would suggest using a heat gun/hair dryer for a single corner first for a few minutes until you can pry it open a bit and wedge something in there. Then heat up the sides for 30 seconds as you run along the sides with plastic to break apart the glue. I also made really good use of the suction cup tool for this part. For the battery, I ended up using a plastic card to wedge underneath and break the glue at the very end because my little wedgers that look like guitar picks that came in the basics kit were too short.

Danny Chan - Yanıt

198/5000

To detach the battery, I recommend proceeding with the tool on the perimeter of the battery and do not insert it underneath. I broke the flat cable by inserting the tool under the battery, (over half)

flux the mux - Yanıt

Thanks for the tutorial, but it seems to me that it’s a bit of a hassle for nothing. Steps 9 - 16 were totally unnecessary (you can already detach battery and stick new one in without having to detach motherboard ?) and you could probably skip the unscrewing of step 4 (17 screws) by just unscrewing the one that is holding battery connection down, lifting it up gently with the spudger while swapping batteries.

Damien Brulé - Yanıt

I used a new battery on my honor 8. Is 68% and now the phone not charging. Who is the problem

dhimitri ag - Yanıt

Schade dass die abstehende Lasche / Kupferfläche am Displaykabel nicht erwähnt wurde, sie ist bei mir leider beim heraushebeln des Akkus abgerissen - mein Handy ist jetzt Schrott. Danke!

Michael Mozelt - Yanıt

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