Have you ever wanted to learn how to repair Samsung cell phones? If so, you have come to the right place. You could begin immediately repairing your cell phone with a few easy steps. You could start saving up to hundreds of dollars on repair bills once you begin repairing your own Samsung phone. Follow these easy steps:
Things you will need:
- Samsung phone
- Turn your phone off and disassemble battery. Usually, when a Samsung cell phone is frozen, you cannot make/receive calls or text messages. All you may have to do is disassemble the battery. Just turn the phone over and slide the back case off by pressing downwards. Make sure that the phone is off. It should come off easily. Then, take the battery out and slide it back in the way it came out. This will fix most common issues.
- Use a small Phillip's screwdriver to open the Samsung phone. You will need to open your Samsung phone anytime it may be water damaged. You will have to take off the back and battery as in step one, but you will need to use a screw driver to unscrew the screws in the back. Once all the screws are loose, you can take apart the phone. Place the parts in a dry place for the water to dry up in the phone. This does not always work, but it is the first thing you may want to do if your phone has been exposed to water.
- Replacing parts. To replace a screen on your Samsung phone, the best thing to do is to have the phone open as in step two. You will gently remove the old part of the phone that is damaged. Once the old part is out, place the new one in like the old one came out. Usually, the screens of Samsung phones are held by prongs. Gently un-tighten the prongs and the screen will come out easily.
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