Google already has the Pixel 6a genuine repair parts on iFixit, now the global repair things community sells repair parts including display and battery for the Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro on the platform. iFixit explains how you should calibrate the new battery by charging it to 100% and leaving it on charge for at least 2 hours. Now, use the device until it gets switched off due to a low battery. At last, charge the battery full up to 100%.
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First, let us know the details of Pixel 7 parts, iFixit sells the Google Pixel 7 Screen – Genuine (6.3-inch 1080 x 2400 pixels AMOLED) priced at $136.99. The 4270mAh battery is retailing for $49.99. The wide-angle rear camera lens is available at $96.99 and the ultrawide rear camera lens at $49.99 and they are sold aside, also there are three other Pixel 7 parts sold at $3.99 on the platform: Graphite Sheet, Black Silicon Pad, and Display Adhesive.
Pixel 7 Pro
The Google Pixel 7 Pro Screen (6.7-inch 1440 x 3120 pixel AMOLED) with integrated Fingerprint Reader is available at $206.99. The 4926mAh battery retails at $49.99 and the rear camera – genuine is priced at $159.99 and other parts are priced at $3.99 for each part.
Replace a damaged or missing graphite sheet covering the upper part of the battery and motherboard in the Pixel 7 Pro and the custom-cut adhesive film secures the display panel to the frame of the Pixel 7 Pro device.
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