Introduction

This guide shows how to remove everything from the display assembly.

Image 1/1: Twist the plastic opening tool.
  • Insert the plastic opening tool in the gap between the rear case and the base of the phone.

  • Twist the plastic opening tool.

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Image 1/2: Lift the case gently from the base. Image 2/2: Lift the case gently from the base.
  • Slide the plastic opening tool along the edge of the rear case.

  • Lift the case gently from the base.

Why... is it not simple enough already lol

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Image 1/2: Lift the battery out of its placeholder. Image 2/2: Lift the battery out of its placeholder.
  • Insert the plastic opening tool into the small gap between the battery and the phone base.

  • Lift the battery out of its placeholder.

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Image 1/1: Pull the stylus pen away from the phone.
  • Place your fingernail in the groove of the stylus pen.

  • Pull the stylus pen away from the phone.

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  • Remove the twelve 4mm Phillips #00 screws from the back chassis.

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Image 1/1: Lift the plastic opening tool so that the midframe separates from the base.
  • Insert the plastic opening tool into the Stylus Pen placement holder.

  • Lift the plastic opening tool so that the midframe separates from the base.

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  • Remove the single screw beside headphone jack.

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Image 1/2: Use a spudger to disconnect six cable connectors. Image 2/2: Use a spudger to disconnect six cable connectors.
  • Use tweezers to remove both antenna clips.

  • Use a spudger to disconnect six cable connectors.

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  • Pull up on the motherboard with tweezers.

Can i change at&t board to 9002 or 9005??,

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  • Insert the spudger into the headphone jack.

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Image 1/1: Pull to remove.
  • Lift the spudger to separate the jack assembly from the motherboard.

  • Pull to remove.

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  • Remove the metal bracket located in the top left hand corner.

As well as the front camera and sensor up under it.

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  • Remove the vibrating motor by pulling up on it carefully with the tweezers.

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  • Lift USB port from the front assembly using the tweezers.

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  • You are now left with the display assembly.

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Conclusion

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

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chandr - Reply

Can you just replace the digitizer or is the digitizer glue down to good to the display where it might damage the LCD display when trying to replace the digitizer?

rob lang - Reply

to safely remove the LCD display from the front touch screen glass w/o damaging the LCD screen I advise you to invest in and familiarize yourself with an LCD Separator machine and all the accessories that go along with it. Also, search for the machine and watch the videos..

tkflenorl - Reply

Can you just replace the digitizer or is the digitizer glue down to good to the display where it might damage the LCD display when trying to replace the digitizer?

sunil - Reply

Can you just replace the digitizer or is the digitizer glue down to good to the display where it might damage the LCD display when trying to replace touch

sunil - Reply

This tutorial is incomplete, for instance the 'vibrator motor' removal does not specifies that this also removes the power button, and the removal of the front camera and light sensor is omitted, and the fact that heating the usb port part is very helpful if not mandatory before lifting it. I followed the video tutorial here which is complete: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Display Assembly Video Tutorial Replacement

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