Samsung Galaxy Note7 Headphone Jack and USB-C Port Repair

Samsung Galaxy Note7 Headphone Jack and USB-C Port Repair Guide

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Recommended Tools:

Plastic Triangle Opening Tool
Nylon Spudger
SIM Card Ejection Tool
Fine Tip Curved Tweezers
Precision Knife Set
2mm Red Adhesive
Multi-Purpose Heat Gun
Professional Phillips Screwdriver
Playing Cards

Step 1

Power down your Samsung Galaxy Note7 phablet.
Step 2 (Samsung Galaxy Note7 SIM and MicroSD Card Tray and S Pen Stylus)
Eject the SIM and Micro SD Card Tray.
Smoothly remove the Samsung Galaxy Note7 S Pen.
Step 3 (Samsung Galaxy Note7 Rear Glass Panel)
The Note7 rear 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 adhesive and carefully dislodge the rear glass from the chassis.
Step 4 (Samsung Galaxy Note7 Wireless Charging Coil and NFC Antenna)
Remove the following 11 Phillips screws.
Peel up the wafer-thin assembly that includes the wireless charging coil and NFC antenna.
Step 5 (Samsung Galaxy Note7 Single Speaker with built-in Antenna)
Pry the Galaxy Note7 battery connector off the motherboard.
Remove the single speaker with built in antenna.
Step 6 (Samsung Galaxy Note7 Battery)
The Note7 battery is well wedged and adhered in place. Use the spudger to muscle it free from the adhesive securing it to the midframe.
Extricate the 3500 milliampere-hour (mAh) Samsung Galaxy Note7 battery.
Step 7 (Samsung Galaxy Note7 Motherboard)
Disconnect the bevy of cables from the Galaxy Note7 motherboard.
Remove the following 2 Phillips screws.
Lift up the motherboard and detach the daughterboard connector on its underside, then extract it from the Note7 phablet.
Step 8 (Samsung Galaxy Note7 Modular Headphone Jack and Daughterboard that includes the USB-C Port and Microphone)
Remove the following Phillips screw.
Disconnect and pluck out the modular headphone jack.
Remove the following 2 Phillips screws.
Use the tweezers to free the daughterboard from the midframe. It includes the Galaxy Note7’s USB-C port and primary microphone.
* To reassemble your device, follow the steps in reverse order.


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