The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review

To demonstrate replacing everything inside the galaxy note for the screen, the charging port all the speaker’s everything takes off the backplate the battery the S. pen and removes the 16 screws around the backside. You can see here along the edge that is the most accessible place to lift around the side of the screen. However, the back frame is still very securely here to the screen.


So what I do is I take a heat gun and gently warm up around the outside of the phone, not getting the phone too hot to touch, or that’ll bring your hand but just warming up the adhesive underneath that’ll soften. It up, I found that it’s a lot easier to push out from the top of the phone because the bottom of the phone next to the charging port is still inside.


It’s a little harder to lift down there so once the screen is pushed away from the frame you can lift the bottom up and out that way the charging port doesn’t get caught here is the headphone Jack you can see the little gold connectors down there at the bottom that just pressed up against. The motherboard is how you get your audio all the replacement parts and tools of healing down. The article description below, so if anything goes down there and check it out.


I have it all priced out for you looks like the loudspeaker is attached to the back frame and is not removable, so if you can replace your megaphone to the phone just now to get a new back, Frank. Politically the SD card reader and the sim card reader are replaceable lift up that little connector that’s kind like a bit of lego PC one snap. Then you can slide your pry tool underneath a bit of ribbing cable that releases all of the adhesives, and that’s all you need to do to replace your SD card. Reader and sim card once again, the replacement parts will be down in the V. restriction below 0 anything go check it out.


And when you go to install it again, I found that it’s easiest to clip it in first and then remove the adhesive on the back of the new part and just set it down precisely. Where the old part was, you can release these little wire cables, including the home button, the earpiece, and the two little antenna ribbons. There’s another little connection underneath that the charging port uses to connect to the main board on the snap that, and then as you lift the mainboard from the screen, you can see. That there are 2 more connections back there and that’s with the screen, he uses to connect to the motherboard 2 links they’re in there here’s the camera.


When I go and lift that saying little lego connection technology, you can see here on the screen as the image stabilization and apparently in the small silver boxes were the generals are pretty impressive told that to the side. You can see the front-facing camera here lift that little connection, and that releases the parts now sometimes.


When you buy replacement parts, it won’t come with these little rubber does Hickey’s so make sure you remove those from your old parts and then put them on your new ones before you install them back on the phone anyway that’s how the front camera comes off the heart rate sensor in a flash look like.


They’re soldered to the main boards was going to leave those connected. Here’s the earpiece lift that out a little groove once again a replacement part can be found in the video description right below this video. Here’s the power button and the vibration motor, so if either of those two items breaks, they are connected, and they have the same little contact points.
That the headphone Jack did someone, set that back into place, and show you this because both of the other buttons the volume buttons have the same little connection pads as before. Hence, I need to replace those that say do it; I’m going ahead and lift off the antenna wires from the charging port and set those off to the side.


And the charging port is here lifts from the body of the phone now is the hard part the capacitive buttons are attached the charging port, and those are underneath the screen which is unfortunate I wish you a little bit easier to replace so we have to do we have to heat the screen.


We’re going to the same thing that we did with the back cover heated up not so hot to you bring yourself for that it’s too hot to touch but had nothing to softens the glue underneath. Then we’re going to slide a hard object could be like a playing card or in this case you know like a debit card or something they’re not going to use anymore and cited above the capacitive buttons but below the glass LCD and the.


Copper foil underneath the screen, and you’ll see what I’m talking about here in just a second. I’m going to take another card and slide over the other capacitive button making sure to be between the copper foil and the mid-frame. You don’t want to start separating the glass from the LCD excess, an entirely different repair. Australian, a different article, also makes sure to watch out for the routing cables in the back and the home button cable.


You can see from the back of the phone as well, and you know what that looks like as I lift the screen, this whole process should take you between 10 and 15 minutes make sure to go slow because you do not want to damage the screen during this process because that is a much more expensive repair. Now, if your screen is already damaged, I wouldn’t worry about it as much.


So here we are lifting off of the screen. You can see the ribbon cables attached to the top of it; the reason I suggest coming from the bottom next to the capacitive buttons is because if you arrive from the top, these cables can be damaged. Coming from the bottom is much easier now if you want to separate the glass from the LCD, and that’s an entirely different repair, and you can watch that article here of me working on a Samsung Galaxy S. 5 the screens are made the same.


So it’s pretty much the same process not replace the charging port going to lift off the capacitive buttons from the mid-frame they pop right off there is held on with a little bit of it he said, and that’s the charging port. How have replacement charged ports linked in the description below if you need one of those? And here is the home button and fingerprint scanner. It’s just connected to the little ribbon cable that leads up to the mid framing out the back of the phone, as you saw before.


To be very careful with this during the screen replacement, if you need a new one, go and check the video description below. Now bring the phone back together again. We’re going to set the home button down first and feed make sure to feed that little slot to the back of the phone, and here’s the adhesive this double-sided tape link this down the description below the more.


You use the better but a couple of strips underneath and put some on the four corners of the phone to help hold the four corners of the screen down to the mid-frame and get those cameras hooked back into place. Just snap a man like the legos as well as the charging port. Make sure to connect that before you put the motherboard down; otherwise, you have a problem again that together. Mr pressed motherboard in a place.


Clamp-on the home button ribbon cable to the mainboard and then make sure those capacitive buttons are wrapped around to the backside and press down in here with the little adhesive that comes with the new part. Now you can take the screen and connected to the back of the motherboard because it’s much harder to.


If the screen is already in place in hell down test ticket tape so make sure to do it in that order get both of those connections secure to the motherboard. Then, line up the screen with the home button and the earpiece, telling you exactly where to press it down under that tape you placed earlier. Now that the charging for is in place with the capacitive buttons on the other side, we can make sure that your pieces down clamped in just like a little lego.


And then we have the wire cables down here for the antenna nothing special with these make sure that they’re clipped on to the little holes. They came from and also set into small guiding pens. Because if these are out of place in the back of the phone’s not going to clampdown. As well because he will be obstructing it before but the backdown.


I am going to test out the phone quickly to make sure that it’s working. I don’t need to readjust to re-clamp on the screen connections everything looks excellent batteries outback of the phone is on now watch here as I placed it down I realize once again that the charging port does not go down you usually have to lift out the phone.


Put the bottom in first like a line up the charging port with a little hole. You can then squeeze up the phone’s body and clamp it all in a place like that, so the charging port first rests the phone later. You can just press in all the corners and everything all around the outside of the phone anyway pretty straightforward repair it is complicated it is you know hard to replace the screen.


But it’s possible to make sure the screws are in any questions Michelin down the comments below or suggestions or things that help you out during your repair. I’m sure I’ll help out other people as well make sure to like if this.

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