In this step-by-step guide, we will show you how you can easily replace the battery of your Motorola moto g60s yourself.

The device is moderately difficult to repair. The biggest hurdle during the repair is the removal of the heavily glued battery. As long as you are patient and careful, the rest of the repair should not cause any problems.

Before starting with the repair, you should check your device thoroughly and test all functions.

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We wish you good luck with your repair!

Required tools

  • Tool for prying out batteries

    Tool for prying out batteries

    You have to use a very stable tool to pry out the battery. At the same time, it has to be flat enough to insert below the battery.

    €2.00 at the iDoc store
  • Flat Picks

    Flat Picks

    You need a very flat tool such as a flat pick to pry out parts that are glued in place.

    €4.00 at the iDoc store
  • For storing screws

    For storing screws

    We recommend storing your screws so you don’t mix up the various screws and small parts.

    €9.00 at the iDoc store
  • iPlastix

    iPlastix

    Do you want to open your smartphone or lever out large parts like the battery? Then the iPlastix with its large blade will help you. The practical assistant is made of flexible, especially sturdy plastic and lies comfortably in the hand. Thanks to its design, you can even get into smaller gaps, for example to lift the screen or to prevent it from sticking together again.

    €10.00 at the iDoc store
  • Menda ESD Spudger

    Menda ESD Spudger

    You need a flat plastic prying tool to disconnect the various plugs and connectors.

    €7.00 at the iDoc store
  • Tweezers

    Tweezers

    We recommend using tweezers to remove screws and various small parts from your device.

    €11.00 at the iDoc store
  • SIM Tool

    SIM Tool

    If you want to use a different SIM card or repair most parts of your Apple devices, you’ll have to remove the SIM card first. The SIM card tray only comes out if you insert a tool with a very fine point into the small hole next to the SIM card slot. This tool is designed especially for ejecting the SIM card from all iPhones and iPads, and fits perfectly into the appropriate opening.

    €2.00 at the iDoc store
  • Plastic prying tool

    Plastic prying tool

    You need a flat plastic prying tool to disconnect the various plugs and connectors.

    €2.00 at the iDoc store
  • Phillips PH00 screwdriver

    Phillips PH00 screwdriver

    You need the right screwdriver for removing PH00 screws.

    €14.00 at the iDoc store

Required replacement part

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Replacement parts and tools for this repair

Our tools plus the right spare part help you fix your device easily.

Getting started with the repair of your moto g60s

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13 steps
  1. Switch off device

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    Before the repair, we recommend you to check all the functions of the device.

    1. Turn off your device before repairing it. To do this, hold the Standby switch of the device pressed and confirm the icon turn off.
  2. Removing SIM and SD card holder

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    1. Remove the sim and SD card holder with the supplied tool or a Tool or a bent paper clip and then put it aside.
  3. Removing the back cover

    The Motorola is opened via the glued and hooked back cover

    The sensor is integrated into the Motorola logo and glued to the backcover from the inside.

    1. Heat the edge of the back cover and the fingerprint sensor with a heat gun or a normal hair dryer.
    2. Then insert a plectrum between the display frame and back cover switch and guide it once around the entire device. This should release the back cover from the display.
    3. Then press the fingerprint sensor out of the back cover. If it does not come off, you should warm it again carefully.
  4. Removing the circuit board cover

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    Used tools
    • 7 × 3,7 mm Phillips

    To avoid losing the screws, we recommend you to use a magnetic mat.

    1. Now remove the seven Phillips screws with the appropriate screwdriver and put them aside.
    2. .
    3. You can then use a spudger to carefully pry off the cover carefully lever off and then take out.
    Used tools
  5. Disconnecting the battery connector and removing the fingerprint sensor

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    • Battery Connector
    • Fingerprint Sensor Connector
    1. Solve the battery connector first.
    2. Then you can disconnect the Fingerprint sensor disconnect and also put aside.
  6. Removing the battery

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    Used tools

    Make sure that the battery does not get too hot

    Be careful not to damage the cables running under the battery

    1. Remove the black film from the battery and fold it aside. If it doesn't come off easily, you can warm it up briefly with hot air.
    2. Then use the hot air device to heat the battery sideways.
    3. Then you can lever out the battery from the side with the battery spudger.
    Used tools
  7. The right tools for your repair

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  8. Preparing the new battery

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    Verwendete Ersatzteile
    1. Prepare the new battery by removing any protective foils.
    2. Transfer the black foil from the old battery.
    Verwendete Ersatzteile
  9. Inserting the battery

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    1. Then reinsert the battery. If necessary, remove the protective film from the adhesive surface beforehand.
    2. Make sure that the battery is centered and then press it down evenly.
  10. Connecting the finger sensor and battery

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    • Battery Connector
    • Fingerprint Sensor Connector
    1. First, reconnect the fingerprint sensor. Make sure that the connector clicks into place.
    2. Then connect the battery connector.
  11. Reinserting the board cover

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    • 7 × 3,7 mm Phillips
    1. Place the board cover on the mainboard. Pay attention to the correct position of the fingerprint sensor. The fingerprint sensor should be on top of the cover.
    2. If the cover sits properly, use the appropriate screws to secure it.
  12. Testing

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    1. We recommend that you check all functions before finally closing the device.
  13. Putting on the back cover

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    1. If everything works as desired, you can put the back cover back on. Make sure that the fingerprint sensor is positioned exactly in the center of the back cover's recess.
    2. Then press the back cover firmly all around until you can feel and hear it click into place.
    3. Press the back cover again around the fingerprint sensor.
  14. Inserting the sim card holder

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    Finally, you only have to reinsert the sim card and SD card holder.

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