If you use isopropyl alcohol, use it very sparingly. The black (insulating?) paint on the wireless charging coil is readily alcohol-soluble.
The inner hard white plastic part is molded around the wires (which are first crimped) and onto the exterior rubber reinforcement, so that it's all one piece. I drilled through the wires, but when I tried to open up the hole enough to reinsert the cable, the metal crimp was still there. If you have good pliers and a power drill (I didn't), you can probably make it work. I ended up cutting off the plastic inside and punching out the crimp with an allen wrench and hammer.
>> When applying solder to the wires, do it quickly and sparingly. If you do it too long or feed in too much solder, it will wick into the center of the wires, making them inflexible and it complicates getting them back into the case.
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