Saturday, June 11, 2016

Samsung Galaxy R – Disassembling procedure – How to remove the case – How to remove the battery – How to remove the front facing camera – How to remove rear facing camera – How to remove the headphone jack – Mobiles and samarphones repair and service

Category: Mobiles and Smartphones Repair and Service 

Contents of this article 

  • How to remove the case 
  • How to remove the cameras 
  • How to remove the headphone jack 

Samsung Galaxy R

DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE 
Insert your fingernail or a plastic tool into the opening near the headphone jack on top of the phone.
Gently pry apart the rear case from the midframe and remove.
Insert your fingernail, or a plastic tool, into the crevice on the lower left side of the back side.
Gently pry the battery from the back of the phone.
With the Phillips head screwdriver, remove all seven 4.0mm screws, highlighted in red, from the rear case.
Insert your finger or an opening tool underneath the midframe and gently pry apart from the phone.
Insert an opening tool underneath the bottom panel near the bottom left side of the back of the phone.
Gently pry the part of the motherboard that is pointed out in the picture to the left from
underneath the part of the phone that it is latched under.
Lift the bottom panel off the back of the phone.
Use tweezers to grasp the vibrator firmly and pull it away from the top panel with enough force to break the glue bond.
Insert an opening tool underneath the top panel near the top left side of the back of the phone.
Gently lift the panel from the back of the phone.
Rear Camera
The rear facing camera is located near the top center on the underside of the motherboard.
To remove the camera, flip the orange clip circled in red and pull the camera from the motherboard.
Front Facing Camera
The front facing camera is located in the top right corner of the back of the phone.
To remove the camera, gently pull until it detaches from the motherboard.
Headphone Jack
The headphone jack is located near the top left side of the motherboard.
To remove the headphone jack, gently pull on the area indicated in red until it detaches from the motherboard.