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This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro, use our service manual.

    Final Thoughts
    • The charging case is very easy to disassemble. Its battery is modular and easy to access and replace.
    • Some force is required to open the Buds, which can lead to some slight cosmetic damage and is a daunting first step for a repair.
    • The Buds are only semi-modular: their main circuit boards are easily accessible and held down with Phillips screws, but their batteries use soldered connections.
    • The Buds' drivers are practically inaccessible, making their eventual replacement tedious at best, but most likely downright destructive.
    Repairability Score
    3
    Repairability 3 out of 10
    (10 is easiest to repair)

Taylor Dixon

Member since: 06/26/18

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Samsung making less repairable earbuds: “It’s evolving, just backwards.”

Ethan Zuo - Reply

Is dropped one ear bud few times and touch control stopped working one it ..except that everything works fine even the volume control…how to fix it?

Jakub Serafin - Reply

I love how easy the case is to take apart, however I cannot seem to locate a replacement battery for the charging case. Any idea where I could locate one?

Trevor Reed - Reply

Looks like the Galaxy Watch 46mm battery!


https://www.reichelt.com/de/en/battery-f...


I haven't tried it tho, but will have to soon because my Buds Pro case got water damaged. Thankfully it charges the buds but not the case, so I'll try to replace the battery and see if that helps.

Oscar de León -

Found the one! After disassembling my case I could check the actual part number


https://www.ebay.com/itm/354134695747?ha...

Oscar de León -

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