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Nexus 6 Screen Repair, Battery Swap, Charging port fix

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This video will show you what the inside of the Motorola Nexus 6 looks like. Whether you want to replace your battery, or fix your screen you will be able to see what the inside of the phone looks like before you take your own apart. It’ll make the process a whole lot easier.

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  • Nice video. Well explained. I need to replace the battery of my Nexus 6 as it keeps shutting down randomly. Do I need to take data backup before I replace the battery ?

  • The video is excellent however as with my Nexus 6P and apparently many USB-C female jacks, the connector is flakey. After researching to re-confirm, there is no way to wirelessly charge it contrary to the comment in the video so unfortunately, it's upgrade time soon.

  • I'm at 4mins before i realized it's jerry's video

  • Any idea how to replace black metal cover on front speakers mesh?

  • Well; i had that old Phone N6 on the sidie in the Nexus collection replaced the battery without any problems Thx Zach

  • Classic of jerryrig
    Watching on 2019

  • I changed the battery and it turned on. But volume and power button not after changing battery. What could it be?

  • Good instructional video! Excellent tips! Especially, about how to start prying the back panel using the SIM card hole. I couldn't find any opening after excessive heat and trial several times. Before I started to damage the back panel, I found your video and was able to get it off a lot easier then. Thanks!!!
    If I may also add, in the process of re-assembly, to replug the ribbon cables, align them on the plug on top of the connector and pres gently to snap it in. If it doesn't plug-in with a simple pressure, it probably isn't lined up correctly. Good luck everyone!

  • I have one of my own with a broken because it fell down and it been two years i haven't fixed it yet, thanks for the video, I will try to fix it..!

  • Thank you! Various other videos either warn about disconnecting the volume control ribbon cable, or show a quick disconnecting and reconnecting without describing or showing in detail how to do it. Yours is the only one that shows the latch that has to be popped up and resecured once the connector is in place. Cost me an hour or so of examining under a loupe and experimenting, trying to figure out how to reconnect the two cables. Wish your video had popped up first!

  • your an idiot. the title says that you repair the charging port, it is replaceable and other videos cover it in detail. i will never watch anything from your channel again. garbage video

  • I recently purchased a new Nexus 6. When I started it up I noticed a page of Chinese or Korean caricatures. I now understand the phone may be rooted. Also my QI charger doesn't work on the phone. I took the protective gel cover off of the phone as well. STILL no QI charging. Could rooting the phone by the people I purchased it from have caused this problem? Thank you , David 🐈

  • 6 minutes of my life I'm not getting back. clickbait B@%#^$D

  • hello good day, my nexus 6 has problems with the battery but now it turned off and I loaded it and turned it on but this time I do not start it just keeps loading where it says google and stays there it does not start, Do you think it's a battery problem?

  • Thanks for this tutorial. For folks looking to replace the display/digitizer assembly, the narrower of the two cables is the digitizer connection. I did the partially assembled test and the touch screen didn't work. I went back and seated that connection deeper and that got everything working. The screws are T3, which should be obvious when you try to fit a T4 into the heads. Also note that my display assembly didn't come with the two plastic strips that fit into the mic and speaker slots. You can pry the old ones out with a spudger, then I used the spudger end to push the strip's tabs into the corresponding slots. The pry tab on my battery connection broke off easily, but I could pry out the connector with sharp angled tweezers. The connector reseats and works okay. I'll probably replace the battery in a while and assume it has a new connector.

  • Great Video, I have a question since this is my first time trying this. If the phone dies after placing it in a USB charger, Is it the battery or is the board dead? I can still pick Qualcomm when I plug it via USB to my PC but nothing else. It will not charge again. System reboot will not work. either

  • I am looking for a quality battery and usb connection replacement. Google can be my friend, but I am not sure if the parts are crap.

  • I put my phone back together, but it's not turning on. What do you think it is?

  • How come this phone wasnt scratched :3

  • Change the title fuck boy. You didn't fix the charging port, you mentioned it's not user replaceable. Thanks for wasting my time.

  • Nexus 5 was more simple than this daamn 21 screws

  • Thanks a lot! It was really helpful!!! 😀

  • Brilliant video, thank you – i've replaced my battery and the phone's as good as new

  • er zerlegt das teil so easy als ob es es selbst entwickelt hätte. bester mann

  • Thank you!! Thank you! My phone will now charge!

  • Awesome tutorial. However I'm in the UK and it was T3 screws. Secondly the back panel is a pain to get off, Was soo well stuck together. Took me about 5 mins to gently peel it back. When taking out the screws make sure you are pressing down firmly otherwise you will strip them. Overall an easy job but fortunately I work with my hands on a daily basis. However for anyone who doesn't just take your time it really is simple and just follow this tutorial as you are doing it. Good luck 😉

  • I can't get the battery clip to stay on…

  • damit i got a pixel 2 and have destryed my nexus 6 3 weeks ealy, and god dam the lcds are expensive!!!

  • My phone stopped charging all of a sudden when I plug it into the charger. It does charge using a wireless charger. Why is that? What do you think the issue is?

  • Hi when taking off the small white plastic part you show at 1:26 it got broken and now I can't fix the buttons flex ribbon to the lcd ribbon 🙁 what can I do?

  • Is there anyway I can send you a message about an issue I'm having? Not sure if I need to replace my phone or what needs to be fixed

  • You never did a durability test for this video, I've always wanted to see one of your durability test on this device 🙁

  • fakin love u dude u saved me …ama cryy

  • Plz sell me your nexus 6 display


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    It looks like the your link to the replacement battery is showing a different brand than the EZ30. I know they're both made in China but I wonder about the quality of the cells.

  • Jerry, what type double sided tape is this?

  • I have a Nexus 6 that when placed on multiple different wireless chargers it charges for about 10 seconds and just stops. It's not the chargers as they charge another Nexus 6 perfectly, it is the phone. It charges via USB cable just fine. I am thinking the coil inside has come loose or damaged, does this sound right? Position doesn't matter either, it charges for 10 sec or so and just stops. Do you fix phones with issues like this? If so please contact me. Thanks

  • TheoTheo

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    Hey so I had a cracked glass and lcd screen so I got the part you recommended from that site and then did the whole swap of the screen and the phone turned on no problem, however, the touch screen is not responding to touch? what do I do?

  • can u plz give the screen

  • Hi Jerry, do u have any idea how to solve "camera has stopped" occurred on Nexus 6, it is because of the hardware or software. I already reset the phone to factory reset 3 times but still the camera is not function. Thanks

  • I'm replacing my battery, so these are note as I go:
    1st off HOLY SHIT is that tough adhesive! Took over half an hour of slowly prying and peeling once I learned the trick of sticking the pin in the simm card port. This is the second video I watched as the fist just peeled it off like no big deal, didn't even tell you that one, so wheew.
    2nd Turning my T4 screwdriver that came in my repair kit does nothing, it's too small to bit, yet my T5 is too big. Shit, now I'm stuck.

  • it's Worth noting that the screen you listed here is not the correct part. I purchased the screen and ended up with a paper weight, since the part does not have the frame to screw onto the body. you need to remove and reglue the frame to the new screen, which is honestly impossible without proper parts and adhesives. this video is more or less useless since nothing in this video ended up being true or useful as far as user serviceable repair goes.

  • Hi. My Nexus 6 got bricked. It won't turn on or charge. Can it still be fixed? If yes, what do I need to do? Thanks.

  • Hi Zack. You have made several references to the Nexus 6 in other durability videos (for example to the logo on the back. I would like to see how this device stands up in your durability tests. The construction seems unique, so I wonder how it would hold up. Thanks, I found this vides informative and enjoy your channel (yes, I am subscribed).

  • Replacing just the glass is very difficult on this phone. I would recommend this here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/371722611096

  • my Motorola nexus 6 Us variant is stuck on android 5.1.1. it says my device is up to date?? can anybody help? I was thinking I mighty have Bought a clone

  • Thanks! my question is… Is there a clear way to tell the nexus 6 a part from nexus clone? with Out taking it apart

  • Hi Zack, Do you know if replacement of the mother board is possible on cells without any connectivity issues? Inquiring cause if on my moto x pure, the charge port goes sloppy, the mother board is only fix right? Thanks, another quality tear down as usual. take care.

  • J BJ B

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    nice misleading title.

    I wish there was a way to make up for having to listen to your voice while you lied to me.

  • My Nexus 6 is working at 100%, except for a crucial part
    The WIFI
    Everything runs smoothly, untill I pull down the notification bar, touch the WIFI button to activate it….the phone freezes, after 3sec, everything is blocked, if you try to click the home button or do something else, the phone react 3sec later, and plays just 1 frame.
    after about 30sec, the phones reboot and is back to working a a 100%, expect for the WIFI.
    I have no way to turn it on

    This phone means a lot to me, I'm in love with it.
    I tried taking it to some technicien that tried several flashs on it. nothing worked. They say it's a hardware probleme.

    Can anyone give me hope?