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Re: Battery needs replacement
Use a med/thin guitar pick and slip it under the edge of the casings and run it around the perimeter to snap open the casing locks. This method works for all snap together devices, and I have not found a better way yet!! Good luck. A FixYa rating would be great for this bit of knowhow..
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You don't replace the battery, it is a rechargeable battery and can not be replaced. All you can do is recharge it. To do this read the directions in the manual. If you don't have a manual you can read the one at this link: https://motorola-global-portal-en-ca.custhelp.com/ci/fattach/get/593369/1361470436/redirect/1/session/L2F2LzEvdGltZS8xMzgzMzAxNzk4L3NpZC9YekRHM2ZFbA==/filename/S9_User_Guide.pdf
Well you can please follow the below step - 1. Make sure you actually need battery replacements. Wrong use of the unit can lead to faulty functioning. If you have recently bought the device, charge the unit for approximately 2 hours and let the unit drain its energy completely before recharging to give the maximum battery life span. 2. Turn off the unit before attempting a battery replacement. Without doing so, the power disruption that the headset will acquire can damage the internal workings. 3. Find the even **** on the bottom side of the unit, where the microphone boom is attached. 4. Place the edge of the flathead screwdriver along these slits, and twist gently back and forth until the unit opens up. Do not completely open the unit up, however. 5. Find the small ring near the plug and the mini-USB port. Use the screwdriver to push under the ring where the battery is found. Push forward gently to pop the battery out. Please post comments for more help or information.........
well I know you can buy the battery in them from a third party but Not to sure if its really worth it. I do know there is and issue with these if they sit around for a while and not used it seems like the battery dies even more and then you can not charge it. If you come across not being able to charge it, what I did was take it apart and apply a 1.5 or a AA battery battery to the leads. You will need a multimeter to determine which is negative and positive but what I did was tape some 22 guage wire to the negative and positive ends of a AA battery and apply the positive of the AA to the positive of the battery in the treo and negative to negative. You only need to hold it there for 3-5 secs and then you should be able to charge it.