Introduction

Follow the steps of the guide to replace the display or the glass broken.

After these necessary steps you can proceed to disassemble the device for other repairs

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  • Remove the back cover.

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Image 1/2: Remove the SIM card and SD card. Image 2/2: Remove the SIM card and SD card.
  • Remove the battery.

  • Remove the SIM card and SD card.

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Image 1/3: Be careful not to rip the flat cables that lie underneath the lower part of the phone, near the keys Image 2/3: Be careful not to rip the display flat connectors that lie underneath the upper part of the phone Image 3/3: Be careful not to rip the display flat connectors that lie underneath the upper part of the phone
  • Heat the display edges adequately at 80 degrees Celsius (176°F), then proceed to detach the display by inserting the flat opening tools between the display glass and the frame.

  • Be careful not to rip the flat cables that lie underneath the lower part of the phone, near the keys

  • Be careful not to rip the display flat connectors that lie underneath the upper part of the phone

Note: the screen is also attached in the middle with an "L" shaped and "i" shaped strong glue. Make sure u heat that up too. Its explained in the next step! Beware...

Jurgen van Duijvenbode - Reply

Has been specified in step 4, the L-shaped pink strip must be warm and carefully detached

Smilzo -

Image 1/2: Insert translation here Image 2/2: pink stripes are part of very strong adhesive that is likely to break the display
  • !!!!CAUTION!!!! The display is also pasted in the middle with strong double-sided, be very careful if the display is not broken and you have to replace it with a new one.

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  • pink stripes are part of very strong adhesive that is likely to break the display

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Image 1/3: unhook the display connector Image 2/3: unhook the display connector Image 3/3: unhook the display connector
  • remove black cap interlocking covering the display connector

  • unhook the display connector

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  • Separate the display and swap it out for a new one.

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Conclusion

To assemble the device , follow these instructions in reverse order

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Smilzo

Member since: 11/09/2013

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slt le problem que j ait un sm- g800f copy

c est pas originale et j arive pas a trouver l aficheur qui ce convien a lui

j besoin de votre aide pour avoir un aficheur pour tlphon portable sm-g800f fcc id:a3lsmg800f made korea by samsung

DJAMEL - Reply

essayer d'expliquer avec des mots corrects, parce que le traducteur ne comprend pas ce que vous dites

Smilzo -

Not sure, but it sounds like he's looking for a display to fit a Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini (sm- g800f) that may or may not be a fake? There are a lot of shorthand and typos in there though...

Sam Lionheart -

Je suis désolé, je ne comprends pas

Smilzo - Reply

There are typos, I personally buy spare parts on eBay

Smilzo - Reply

Hi!

I have a broken glasfront and would like to repair it,

I have found spare parts on amazon but from the tutorials I have the feeling I cant change the glas front alone or can I?

My display has no damage whatsoever.

Just wanted to make sure its possible before buying the spare part

sightless.seepra - Reply

my advice is to buy all the assembled display because being able to separate the broken glass from the display is very complicated and having run machined on purpose mil outcome is not guaranteed

Smilzo - Reply

Does a Samsung Galaxy S5 LCD + Digitizer work as a replacement for the S5 Neo? Everything looks the same, but I'm trying to connect the ribbon cable and it's not snapping in easily. I fear forcing it could damage it. Any idea?

Stacy Moffat - Reply

S5 and S5 Neo have different plug size. You cannot swap between.

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