Introduction

This guide will walk you through the process of replacing a broken or defective speaker in a Samsung Gear 2.

Before disassembling your Gear, be sure it is powered off. To remove each strap, locate the metal latches on both sides of the back of the Gear.
  • Before disassembling your Gear, be sure it is powered off.

  • To remove each strap, locate the metal latches on both sides of the back of the Gear.

  • Press down on the metal latch while pulling the strap away from the Gear until it is completely off.

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Remove the four 4.0 mm screws on the back of the Gear using a T5 Torx Screwdriver.
  • Remove the four 4.0 mm screws on the back of the Gear using a T5 Torx Screwdriver.

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Firmly holding the Gear, insert the flat side of the spudger at an angle to pry the back casing off of the device. Move the spudger along the sides of the Gear to completely detach the back and front components. Pry the device open from the other side also if it does not fully disassemble from one side. Pry the device open from the other side also if it does not fully disassemble from one side.
  • Firmly holding the Gear, insert the flat side of the spudger at an angle to pry the back casing off of the device. Move the spudger along the sides of the Gear to completely detach the back and front components.

  • Pry the device open from the other side also if it does not fully disassemble from one side.

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Use the pointed side of the spudger to remove the small, orange battery cable. Use the pointed side of the spudger to remove the small, orange battery cable.
  • Use the pointed side of the spudger to remove the small, orange battery cable.

I just broke the Orange battery cable. DAM!!!!! WHAT DO I SUGGEST

Robert Valdez - Reply

How did you do that?

Wes robbins - Reply

Remove the battery by pulling the white tab on the battery marked "PULL." Make sure the orange battery cable is fully disconnected to avoid ripping it off and tearing it.
  • Remove the battery by pulling the white tab on the battery marked "PULL."

  • Make sure the orange battery cable is fully disconnected to avoid ripping it off and tearing it.

I just broke the Orange battery cable what next

Robert Valdez - Reply

Using tweezers, lift the rectangular speaker from the case. Be careful to not pull too quickly and rip the orange connector cable, which is attached to the case with adhesive.
  • Using tweezers, lift the rectangular speaker from the case.

  • Be careful to not pull too quickly and rip the orange connector cable, which is attached to the case with adhesive.

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Use tweezers to carefully grab the connector. Gently pull upwards to detach it from the case and from the adhesive.
  • Use tweezers to carefully grab the connector.

  • Gently pull upwards to detach it from the case and from the adhesive.

where can the speaker be purchased?

dan13av - Reply

Conclusion

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

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what happens if I don't put the speakers back?

alejandrayin5 - Reply

If you don't what the gear to make the sound when using camera or video take the speaker out. It works fine its just a speaker. I did that with my gear 2 that I bought march 2015.

Edna - Reply

Where can I buy the speaker?

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