How To Replace Custom-cut Adhesive For Samsung Phones
These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
The Samsung Galaxy S series is a line of Android mobile smartphones produced by Samsung Electronics, a South Korean multinational electronics company. The S series initially consisted of just smartphones, but Samsung later expanded the line to include tablet computers. The first Samsung Galaxy S phone was released for sale in June 2010 and included a 4.0-inch AMOLED display with expandable internal storage and a user-replaceable 1500 mAh battery. The first Galaxy S tablet computer, the Galaxy Tab S, was released in July 2014.
The Samsung Galaxy S, S2, S3, S4, and S5 each include a user-replaceable battery, meaning that the battery is not attached to the inside of the phone using any kind of permanent adhesive. Removable batteries are much easier for users to replace than non-removable batteries, which are included in all Galaxy S phones released after 2015.
According to a 2020 Android Authority ranking of the Samsung Galaxy S line, the Galaxy S7 (announced in February 2016) beat out other Galaxy S phones because of its water resistance, larger battery than the S6, wireless charging, and 12-megapixel main camera.
The guides and pages included on this Samsung Galaxy S page are only for Galaxy S phones. See the Samsung Galaxy Tab S repair page for guides and repair information for Galaxy S tablets produced by Samsung.
To identify your Samsung Galaxy S phone, flip it over and locate the IMEI, serial number, and model number printed on the back panel, usually below the Samsung logo. This code provides crucial information about the device, including its series, generation, and region-specific variations.
You can also navigate to the Settings or Options menu, find the ‘About Phone,’ ‘About Device,’ or other similar options, to find the device name and model number