This post reveals what to do when your smartphone’s non-removable battery dies. What is the difference between a removable and a non-removable battery? The difference between the two is pretty straightforward. Removable batteries can be taken out of the phone. This is commonly done by opening up the backplate and taking it out.
Non-removable batteries are encased within the phone’s critical components. It will be difficult, if not impossible, to remove the battery without first interfering with very important parts of the phone.
Regardless of their name, non-removable batteries are in fact removable! The challenge is it usually requires so many special tools that it’s unfeasible to expect the average user to be able to remove one. For example, it may involve tasks such as undoing the adhesive between the screen and the phone. In summary, if you are not an expert, it is very hard to do.
What to do when your smartphone’s non-removable battery dies?
My sister owned a Tecno phone whose battery had that same problem. The first time it happened, we thought that was the last time the phone worked. Surprisingly, after a day or two, we tried putting it back on and it booted. One thing to do when your smartphone dies is definitely not to throw it away. As much as frustrated you will be feeling when the phone blacks out for a prolonged time, please do not throw it away. Wait it out a while and see what happens.
In case u wait it out and nothing happens. You now need to act. Do something! In case you have some decent IT skills and equipment, you can open your phone and check and see what is going on. Tweak a thing or two and fix it up.
In case you do not possess any IT skills, take it for repair by experienced specialists.
So, now you know what to do if your smartphone’s battery dies.