Samsung Galaxy J7 Screen Repair, Teardown and Reassemble
Samsung Galaxy J7 Screen Repair, Teardown and Reassemble Guide
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Power down your Samsung Galaxy J7 smartphone.
Step 2 (Samsung Galaxy J7 Rear Battery Cover)
Easily remove the Galaxy J7 rear cover. The only tool required is an opposable thumb!
Step 3 (Samsung Galaxy J7 Battery)
Take out the 3300 milliampere-hour (mAh) Samsung Galaxy J7 battery.
Step 4 (Samsung Galaxy J7 Exterior Midframe)
Remove the following 10 Phillips screws.
Use the triangle opening tool to work around the Samsung phone and free the exterior midframe.
Step 5 (Samsung Galaxy J7 Loudspeaker)
Eradicate the Galaxy J7 loudspeaker box from the midframe.
Step 6 (Samsung Galaxy J7 Motherboard)
Remove the following Phillips screw.
Detach the display cable and then the cable for the headphone jack assembly.
With the cables out of the way, lift out the Galaxy J7 motherboard.
Step 7 (Samsung Galaxy J7 Rear-Facing Camera and Front-Facing Camera)
Remove the 13-megapixel Galaxy J7 rear-facing camera from the motherboard.
Spudge up the 5-megapixel Samsung Galaxy J7 front-facing camera.
Step 8 (Samsung Galaxy J7 Vibrator and Earpiece Speaker)
Pluck out the spring-contact-connected Galaxy J7 vibrator.
Remove the earpiece speaker.
Step 9 (Samsung Galaxy J7 Display Assembly)
Begin to free the Galaxy J7 display assembly by using the heat gun to warm up the adhesive.
Use playing cards to attack the adhesive securing the display assembly to the interior midframe.
Take your time and apply additional heat as needed.
Once you have sliced through the adhesive, be mindful of the display cable and the cables for the bottom buttons when decoupling the Galaxy J7 screen from the midframe.
Step 10 (Samsung Galaxy J7 Home Button)
Extract the Galaxy J7 home button.
Step 11 (Samsung Galaxy J7 Headphone Jack, Cables for the Bottom Buttons, and Home Button Switch)
Remove the headphone jack assembly. It includes the home button switch, cables for the bottom buttons, and the headphone jack.
* To reassemble your device, follow the steps in reverse order.