Bios Walkthrough of the Acer Nitro 5 2021 10300H / 3060 – GSM FRP

In this video im doing a quick walkthrough the Acer Nitro 5 2021 Models Bios
Sadly its very bland..


Tools that i use frequently that are Ali-express Affiliate linked

CPB Heat pad:
This is the Blue Pad i always have on my videos usually set at 60 Oc
I use this to soften adhesive on mobile devices.

B7000 Frame Adhesvie:
my go to glue for almost everything now days!

Thin Metal Pry Tool:
Used to open ipad and remove glued back covers on phones

Heat Resistant Tape:
When using the heat gun near sensitive parts, its best to cover them
With this to protect them

Double Sided Black Tape:
The usual tape i use on most repairs, on screens

Red Clear Tape:
For things that need more Stick!,usually on tablet digitizers

Phone Repair Tool Kit:
A Similar tool kit to mine, that i use for those random screws that you dont normally see

Hakko FX 951 Clone Station:
My Soldering Station i use, so far it has been good

Quick 861DW Hot Air Station:
This was a purchase to learn a bit more in micro soldering
So far it has been a great purchase

Power Z USB Amp Tester:
Advanced readouts of power draw on devices

Basic USB Amp Tester:
A Simple Amp tester to see if your charger is actually putting out power

Black Tweezers Set:
The Black Tweezers i use in my videos

Large Metal Pry Tool:
This is the same as the metal pry tool i use, different brand printed on it

Pry Tool:
A New Version of the pry tools

Basic Digital Microscope:
This is the kit i purchased to do micro soldering, if you see a video
of me micro soldering it was captured on this cameras feed

Orico 120w 10 Port Charging Station:
The Charging station i use out the back, usually having multiple devices connected
Doesn’t support Fast charging but still does a good job

One page i go to when I’m curious what new repair tools are out is:
Wozniak Store:


3 thoughts on “Bios Walkthrough of the Acer Nitro 5 2021 10300H / 3060 – GSM FRP”

  1. I have the AN515-52 and I get no bootable device.??? I went through many methods all over the internet that did not help. I cant even go to recovery mode pressing alt f10.
    Any advice I can try would be appreciated before I take it to a repairer and get slogged with a huge bill 😱……

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