Samsung Galaxy S6 Disassembly/Screen Replacement/Charging Port Fix/Replace Battery



We got our hands on the new Samsung Galaxy S6, and what did we do right away with it? We took it apart of course. 0:45 – take SIM card tray out 1:19 – heat up …

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  • smsteger89
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    They really did not want people removing the battery. I'm having an issue with an infinite boot loop on my S6 and I refuse to factory reset and lose my data. Disassembling and pulling the battery or flashing firmware are my only options, and both are a bitch and a half. The latest firmware is 1.8 GB and this teardown is a huge hassle. I'm never buying Samsung again, this is bullshit. Their hardware design is no better than Apple now, clearly anti-DIY and anti-consumer, just like Apple.

  • J Gregory
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    I'm just annoyed that it doesn't have an expandable memory. Very disappointed. Now I have to wait 2 years to upgrade to the S7 or S8.
    The S6 is nice do to 32gb's, but no expandable memory sucks

  • super swini
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    … I'm just going back to Ham radio

  • Jon Atkinson
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    this is legit fucking PATHETIC the way they fuckin make these phones now a days piss me off

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    we broke the screen so we wont show that !!!

  • mohamed amrani
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    My phone fell with water and the screen went up but the phone worked and the screen did not work ? galaxi s6

  • Craig Nybo
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    I replaced the lcd screen. After I put my s6 back together, it only makes and receives calls in wifi mode, not in cell mode. Is there a chance that I left something unhooked?

  • Imran Sidabutar
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    can i replace screen G920I version with G920F (Global)?

  • kempouk
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    Hi all,
    I need a bit of Help/advice here.
    my touch screen broke and I can't unlock the phone to grab the data from the phone.
    I have been told I need a £200 pound touch pad fitted to be able to unlock my phone.
    the insurance will replace my phone but won't fix it.
    I need all the contacts pictures ect.
    my thought was this, i have 2 identical s6's if I remove the back from a working s6 and remove the back from my broken s6 then pull the main board out of both phones and put my main board into the good s6 could I then power up the good s6 and unlock my phone and move the data from it.
    then put the original board back into the working phone and re-stick it.
    long story short is the hard drive and operating system on the main board so I can swap boards to retrieve my data .
    I get my S8 in 2 weeks so I don't want to spend £200 just to retrieve my data.
    I have no backup and my s6 don't show up on my Samsung account as I never got round to registering it.
    would my idea work.?
    if i can do this i wouldn't need to remove the battery or the front of the phone as all the stuff stored on the phone should be on the hard drive and if the hard drive is on the main board i cant see why this wont work, all i need to to gain access to my lock screen so it all shows up on my pc.
    i have posted this question on a few vids so sorry if you have read it once or twice but i desperately need to get this sorted as my insurance runs out in 1 month and i really dont need the £200 cost of replacing the touch-pad on my broken phone when i can get a new one on the insurance, i just need the data from it then they can have the broken phone.
    thanks in advance.

  • djHOFF011
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    Man. Disconnect battery first. It is simple as that.

  • Rafael Fonseca
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    A bateria já tinha sido removida, ela não sai assim com tanta facilidade .

  • nm4iscoming
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    I need help, I dropped mine and it won't find any sim plus it reboots a while after I boot it up. Is it just the sim reader that doesn't work or could it be something else? Help

  • Samuel Torres
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    where is the memory?

  • Denys Austin
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    So, I I took out my charging port, and put in a new one, and the soft keys (Back and Active Apps) no longer work… what did I not reconnect correctly (or break, eek!)?

  • David Torres ji.
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    se puede reparar el lector de sim car

  • AwesoMarron
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    So to fix a lose usb connector, I have to take apart the entire phone? This used to be 100x easier on the Note 3.

  • DIY Tastic
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    you are not 8

  • Ayoub Talibi
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    idiot repair WTF

  • Ayoub Talibi
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    idiot

  • Durita Petersdóttir Alberg
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    Is it possible to replace charging port WITHOUT replacing the USB circuit board? I just got my order from witrigs and apparently i only ordered the charging port, not the board it is attached to 🙁 please help!

  • Mark Campbell
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    Thanks for the video! I am trying to make a solar charger, can I just sauder (sp) my phone cord directly to the panel or do I have to have a USB circuit? Thanks

  • RiD1
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    My fast charging stopped and i cannot connect to PC either…I only get a slow charge with my fast charger….will replacing the charger port fix this or is it a motherboard issue? It's happened to me before and samsung (according to samsung) replaced the whole motherboard….But I feel optimistic that just replacing the charger port is the proper fix.

  • Ronald Gunthrop
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    This song dope

  • Jacob Alvarez
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    if my wifi and bluetooth are not working what part do you have to change,and is it worth fixing?

  • Computertechnology
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    Good forgives you can tell me what the song. By the way you are one of the best

  • David C. Theiss
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    That music is awesome.

  • Azizi idris
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    hey all, The best guide that I have checked out was on Volt daddy (i did a google) Without a doubt the most helpful info on batteries and this kinda thing that i have found.

  • Vincent Parker
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    car, phone, laptop, solar/wind, forklift, golf cart, marine batterie https://www.facebook.com/Restore-battery-1123300471065849/?sk=app_208195102528120

  • 황문환
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    Hey you are phone galaxy alpha myphone is galaxy alpha

  • koihoshi
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    This guy is apparently a major player in the syndicate and operates all around the asteroid a lot.

  • TrainInVain
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    IS THIS IS A FUCKING JOKE?????? I HAVE TO DO THIS TO OPEN MY FUCKING PHONE?????? ARE YOU FUCKING REAL SAMSUNG?????!!!!!!!!!

  • Bernardo Felix
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    Hi, I've seen your videos on Youtube and I really your help. I own a Samsung Galaxy S6, but I let it drop some water and now some features stopped working, such as: the screen rotation, the GPS signal, the step counter (of the app S Health) and the screen won't shutt off while I'm using the phone… So I dialed #0# and tested the sensor and they are all zeroed – not working. So I believe there's something to do with the sensor, because the accelerometer, the proximitiy sensor, the barometer, the gyroscope are not working. Do you know which part of the Galaxy S6 is responsible for the sensor? Motherboard? Charging port? Where are the sensor located? So if I would to repair it, which part should I fix? Please, need help!!!

  • Ryan Manickchand
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    were those mini condoms on your hand

  • Raya
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    where is the storage located at? Does it come with an internal sd card?

  • rockyrobin24
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    What kinda tool kit is that and where can I get one

  • Robert Constantin
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    Wow , nice work !

  • 99Spyder99
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    Hello! i have a question.
    on the back middle frame..are 3 ribbons. On them it's says ZF-E4 what are them for?

    And 1 more question….i changed the display to my s6 phone…and if i put to charge it's charging normally…but when i assembly on the middle frame and i put the screws …. and i put to charging …say it;s charging…but not charge…battery not grow..
    Thanks!

  • Craziestbanana
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    why the fuck do you have condoms on your fingers hahahaha

  • David King
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    I have a galaxy s6 edge and it accidently drop and blanked out do u know what happen

  • Custnam
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    Hello. I have a Galaxy S6 that got wet inside and it caused the "recent apps" button light to stop working. Thankfully the button itself works perfect, but its just the light itself that isnt lighting up. I know its not software or app related because the back button light works, and I did a factory reset and it still doesnt light up. So I think some water shorted out the back light for the recent apps button. I have repaired an S6 before so I know whats involved for the most part, but want to make sure I get the right part. I think what I need is the USB board assembly (the part you remove at 14:48). Is this right? Thanks

  • Oneness100
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    A heat gun needed to open it up? Argh. It seems as though Samsung just wants you to just buy a new phone or send it to buy a remfg version for less. looking at the trend, I can see a day when they don't get repaired, just replaced by either a remfg unit or replaced with a new model.

  • Tech Guy
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    Funny thing is Samsung teardowns always has people saying oh this damage oh that damage where Sony teardowns doesn't have.

  • Ivan Aleman
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    My galaxy s6 has been freezing and rebooting by itself for the past 2 weeks and this is happening more often. I have factory reset it about 4 times, wiped the cache partition several times and even flashed it. I have turned it off to charge and it turns itself on. I have booted it on safe mode and everything. I have a Galaxy S6 SM-G920I. I have noticed It heats up a bit from around the camera area. During a period of time when it was not doing this recently, I noticed it did not heat up at all. I have had this phone for 6 months and never dropped it. Would you have any idea what kind of hardware issue could be causing all this?

  • Kawaii MasterGaming
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    I don't have a delete button anymore on my gallery and I have a galaxy S6

  • Kawaii MasterGaming
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    I don't have a delete button anymore on my gallery and I have a galaxy S6

  • Kawaii MasterGaming
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    I don't have a delete button anymore on my gallery and I have a galaxy S6

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