Introduction

A look inside the Samsung Jitterbug.

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

First remove the battery and rubber feet from base and under phone number inside. Undo all six screws. Only the two under the battery will come out fully. Undo all six screws. Only the two under the battery will come out fully.
  • First remove the battery and rubber feet from base and under phone number inside.

  • Undo all six screws. Only the two under the battery will come out fully.

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Pop the six clips indicated in green and remove back. I removed the two on the sides first, but it was a huge pain to open the rest of the way. I suggest starting from the top four. Blue is the connector to the screen and speaker board in the top of the phone.
  • Pop the six clips indicated in green and remove back. I removed the two on the sides first, but it was a huge pain to open the rest of the way. I suggest starting from the top four.

  • Blue is the connector to the screen and speaker board in the top of the phone.

  • Purple is the chip and orange is charging port.

  • The opposite side of the board (not pictured) has the microphone on it, it's a small black round bump on the bottom.

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Unhook screen connector and pop out board (just put a screwdriver under and pop). Peel off button pad. Peel off button pad.
  • Unhook screen connector and pop out board (just put a screwdriver under and pop).

  • Peel off button pad.

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Remove rubber front, then turn over. Pop all five clips. Start at the top near the hinge and work down. Pop all five clips. Start at the top near the hinge and work down.
  • Remove rubber front, then turn over.

  • Pop all five clips. Start at the top near the hinge and work down.

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Blue is main screen and mini screen board. Green is button and underneath is the main speaker. Purple is Pop out all pieces. Be careful not to break the cabling connecting the outer bits to the board. Pop out all pieces. Be careful not to break the cabling connecting the outer bits to the board.
  • Blue is main screen and mini screen board. Green is button and underneath is the main speaker. Purple is

  • Pop out all pieces. Be careful not to break the cabling connecting the outer bits to the board.

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