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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)

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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

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