Eject the SIM card and microSD card tray from the top of the smartphone. Remove the second SIM card tray from the side of the Samsung phone. Step 3 (Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) Rear Glass Panel)
The Galaxy A7 rear 3D glass panel is glued on solidly and is a tight fit within the frame. Apply heat to soften the adhesive. With the precision knife create enough space to insert a playing card. Attack the sticky adhesive and carefully dislodge the rear glass panel from the chassis.
Step 4 (Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) Loudspeaker and NFC Antenna)
Remove the following 17 Phillips screws.
Pry up the plastic shield that covers the top of the motherboard.
Extract the wafer-thin assembly that includes the NFC antenna and loudspeaker.
Remove the plastic shield that covers the bottom of the Galaxy A7 motherboard.
Step 5 (Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) Motherboard)
Starting with the Galaxy A7 battery connector, detach the bevy of cables from the motherboard.
Remove the following Phillips screw.
Spudge up the motherboard and remove it from the smartphone.
Step 6 (Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) Front-Facing Camera and Rear-Facing Camera) Detach the impressive 16-megapixel Galaxy A7 front-facing selfie camera. Flip the motherboard over and remove the 16-megapixel rear-facing camera. Step 7 (Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) Battery)
The 2017 Galaxy A7 battery is well wedged and adhered in place. Use the triangle opening tool to muscle it free from the adhesive securing it to the midframe.
Extricate the long-lasting 3600 milliampere-hour (mAh) battery. Step 8 (Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) Headphone Jack, Vibrator, Volume Buttons Cable, Proximity Sensor, Earpiece Speaker, and Power Button Cable) Remove the following Phillips screw. Pluck out the modular 3.5mm headphone jack.
Remove the spring-contact-connected vibrator.
Use the tweezers to pry up the 2017 Galaxy A7 volume buttons cable.
The next 2 components to surrender are the proximity sensor and earpiece speaker.
Remove the power button cable from the side of the midframe.
The 5.7-inch Galaxy A7 display assembly is glued on solidly to the midframe. Apply heat to soften the adhesive. With the precision knife create enough separation to insert a playing card. Use the playing card to attack the adhesive. Take your time and apply additional heat as needed. Once you have sliced through the adhesive, be mindful of the home button and the cables for the bottom buttons when decoupling the 2017 Galaxy A7 screen from the midframe.
Step 10 (Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) Home Button and Fingerprint Sensor and Cables for the Bottom Buttons) Peel up and remove the bottom button LED cables followed by the Samsung Galaxy A7 modular home button and fingerprint sensor.
* To reassemble your device, follow the steps in reverse order.
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