With the phone lying face down, push your finger into the litte black button and pull toward the top of the phone. then lift the back plate straight up. To put it back on, set it gently into the 6 slots and, with slight downward pressure, side it toward the bottom of the phone.
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This is the simplest iphone model that can be done by yourself, in order to remove or replace battery from your iphone 4, you just need a precision star screw driver or small philips screw driver.
Remember that you will lose warranty if you break seal or even damage anything by DIY, do it with care,
To start with,
1. remove the micro sim attach on the side row by using the pin. 2. remove the 2 screw at the bottom located in between of charging slot using the precision star screw driver or philips screw driver. 3. at the back portion, lift up the back cover,start from the bottom to release the cover. 4. facing down left portion, you will see a screw attach on a metal plate which is to be the flex connector or the battery,unscrew it and gently lift up the flex connector upward using flat screw driver. 5. then you can see a plastic at the middle side of the battery pack,pill it up (it has a strong adhesive attach at the back of the battery so you need a mid force to remove it).and that's it.
To be more specific,here's a video guide courtesy of the original uploaderhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAy3xgdci4s
In assembly,Be guided on how did you dismantle it.
Here is what is going to happen next, just so you know. You will have to remove the battery completely. Then, plug the phone into your charger. It may take a moment, but it will tell you to insert the battery. Once done, you can charge the phone normally. But, here's what will happen, if my experience is any gauge. Next your screen may stop responding, so I suggest you back up your contact list as soon as you can. After this, you will most likely need to replace the phone, as the problem these phones are having just doesn't seem to stay gone. I have a replacement phone now, and for some reason, my battery will not keep a charge anymore. So, I am going to have to purchase a backup battery. Let's hope you have better luck and only have to do the first part of this fix. Good luck.
take the back off and remove the battery and remove the sim chip. Put the battery back in and power up the phone without the sim chip. This seems to reset the phone. Turn off the phone, remove the back take out the battery, reinstall the sim chip and put the battery back in - and the phone shoudl work.
Also, If you have a bunch of message, pictures and recordings, clean it up.
Sounds like it is done for, yes. I know a way to save electronics if they are dumped in water, but it requires to fill it with water replacing fluids. Putting it in pure alcohol right away (remove battery first) might save it, as ir should replace the water and then evaporate completey when you take it out.
Some contacts have probably corroded in your phone, so unless you are (or know) a repairman of electronics you'll probably need a new phone. :-/