Introduction

To replace the watch band on your device, you will need to remove the band. This is demonstrated by the following steps. Removing the band also assists in removing the camera from the device.

Use a T5 Torx screwdriver to remove the four 4.0 mm screws on the back of the device.
  • Use a T5 Torx screwdriver to remove the four 4.0 mm screws on the back of the device.

  • Be sure your device is turned off.

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Use a plastic opening tool to separate the display housing from from the device.
  • Use a plastic opening tool to separate the display housing from from the device.

  • To ensure you don't damage your device, insert the opening tool and slide it the entire length of the gap on both sides of the device.

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With tools and Fix Kits
Gently pry back the metal flap on top of the connector. Locate the two 2.0 mm black screws and unscrew using a Phillips PH00 bit. The connector will detach from the device.
  • Gently pry back the metal flap on top of the connector.

  • Locate the two 2.0 mm black screws and unscrew using a Phillips PH00 bit. The connector will detach from the device.

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Loosen the camera ribbon so it will easily pass through the watch body.
  • Loosen the camera ribbon so it will easily pass through the watch body.

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Grip the body of the watch and pull the band upward. Do the same with the adjacent band, but there will be no camera ribbon to pass through the watch body.
  • Grip the body of the watch and pull the band upward.

  • Do the same with the adjacent band, but there will be no camera ribbon to pass through the watch body.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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I have the non camera band (the one with holes )to be changed only. .... but I don't know where to buy it from and how to make sure that it will be the right one for this model SM- v700

Naji

Naji Ajaleel Ibrahim - Reply

Is there a shop in London where I can have this Band changed and repaired by themselves ?

Naji

Naji Ajaleel Ibrahim - Reply

Absolutely brilliant instructions. Many thanks.

On mine two of the screws were T5 Torx and the other two were T6 Torx, so something to look for.

Roger Palmer - Reply

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