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Tools needed to open this device

I just pre-ordered a Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 and I am looking to open it up and add additional memory and storage. Any advise would be great on the proper tools needed to do this. Also if you open up the case are you voiding the warranty also?

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Pedro, As @mayer links to the guide, the tools are listed in there. It’s for a previous model, but tools are likely the very same.

As for adding memory, you probably can’t, as it’s soldered directly to the logic board. SSD should be replaceable, but that’s about it, unfortunately.

Now, opening the device will usually void the warranty provided, but there has been a lot of discussions last couple of years whether it’s legal to deny a warranty just because the user opened the device at home.

Hopefully, when Right to Repair really get’s a foothold, we can have legislation that isn’t so manufacturer-friendly, but allows users to actually do things to their devices, without losing warranties and such

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The tools needed are shown in the guide:

Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 15" Rear Case Replacement

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