The pictures don’t match what is received for the Galaxy S8+. It’s also not clear where to attach the perimeter adhesive. On the lip of the back cover or just inside the well area. In addition, after exposing the adhesive (after removing the clear side), no matter how weel you pre-align the position, you can’t count on the adhesive to stick to whichever method questioned above, without some of it not releasing cleanly from the colored backing. Yes. firm pressure was applied before moving a little further down. At times the adhesive stuck so strongly to the colored backing, it stretched the adhesive out of shape.
I have repaired hundreds of laptops and all in ones, so I understand there are subtleties in a repair, and I found it quite confusing replacing the battery and fingerprint sensor and other necessary parts related to doing that repair with the either inaccurate, outdated, or lack of detail provided (but much needed) in this guide.
The spudger tool has a pointy end and a flat end, it’s not clear which end should be used. Furthermore, the flat end is too wide to insert into the area shown, so the pointy end would seem obvious, but there is no clear indication whether it should be used to push any tabs in the area referenced, which I couldn’t find any, or if you’re meant to just sort of pry it in there until the area pops up, which is what I had to do. Then use the flat end of the spudger to lift it up gently after releasing, or popping the opposite side up as well.
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