Introduction

A look inside the Samsung Jitterbug.

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

Image 1/3: Undo all six screws. Only the two under the battery will come out fully. Image 2/3: Undo all six screws. Only the two under the battery will come out fully. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/2: Blue is the connector to the screen and speaker board in the top of the phone. Image 2/2: Purple is the chip and orange is charging port.
  • 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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Image 1/3: Peel off button pad. Image 2/3: Peel off button pad. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: Pop all five clips. Start at the top near the hinge and work down. Image 2/3: Pop all five clips. Start at the top near the hinge and work down. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: Pop out all pieces. Be careful not to break the cabling connecting the outer bits to the board. Image 2/3: Pop out all pieces. Be careful not to break the cabling connecting the outer bits to the board. Image 3/3: 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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