Sunday, April 10, 2016

Samsung galaxy tab disassembling procedure – How to disassemble Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 – how to remove the battery – how to remove the main board – How to remove the Rear cover - Tablets repair and service

Category: Tablets Repair and Service 

Contents of this article 

  • How to remove the cover 
  • How to remove the battery 
  • How to remove the mother board 

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

DISSEMBLING PROCEDURE 
How to remove Rear Panel
Place the bottom of the tablet towards you.
Remove the two 4.1 mm screws near the charge port with a Tri-Wing screwdriver.
Start in the middle of the left side and insert a plastic opening tool between the rear panel
and the front panel assembly.
Carefully run the plastic opening tool along the left and top edge to pry the rear panel away
from the rest of the device.
Place opening picks along the side you have already pried open to keep the back panel
detached from the rest of the device.
Be sure to work carefully, as prying too firmly can crack the screen.
Using the plastic opening tools, continue to carefully run along the right and bottom edge,
and then lift the screen from the back panel.
How to remove Battery
Flip up the retaining flaps on the ZIF connectors that secure the three large ribbon cables.
Carefully pull the three ribbon cables from their sockets on the motherboard.
Remove the ten 3 mm Phillips #00 screws surrounding the battery.
Lift the edge of the battery up with your finger or a spudger.
Detach the battery by holding the motherboard down while gently lifting the battery up.
How to remove Volume and Power Button
Hold down the motherboard with your finger and use a plastic spudger to gently pry up the connection for the volume keys and power key.
How to remove Flash and Rear Camera Connection
Use the spudger to pry up on the flash connection (black connection).
Do the same for the rear camera connection (white connection).
How to remove Front Camera, Micro SD card/headphone Connection
Use the spudger to pry up the front camera connection (orange connection).
Do the same for the Micro SD card/headphone jack connection (blue connection).
How to remove Speakers and Antenna Connection
Use the spudger to pry up on the left and right speaker connections (orange connections).
Do the same for the antenna wire.
How to remove the  Motherboard
Use your finger to lift up the bottom of the motherboard and then pull the board up.