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Old 05-21-2015, 10:57   #1 (permalink)
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lcd disassembly technique for S5, A5 and new models.


Hi friends.
i am a little worried for the success rate of disassembling/assembling the galaxy S5 and onward generation of these phones. i am still using a heat gun and pry tools but lately i broke 2 lcds and i am looking for an easy way. i made some practice with a heating plate and temp sensor, heating the phone up to 85'C and that made it a little easy, but when i went up to 100'C to speed up the process there were some clouds formed on the lcd.
can you show me other ways please?
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I have the same doubts you. How do we do maintenance on these new models, and if necessary make the LCD and the risk of breaking and very large.
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I have the same doubts you. How do we do maintenance on these new models, and if necessary make the LCD and the risk of breaking and very large.
The best guide can be found at https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Samsung...lacement/26914
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That iOpener, is that a heated bean bag?
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That iOpener, is that a heated bean bag?
here is more detail about iOpener and stories...


https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Tools/iOpener/IF145-198-6
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i have the best results by using my lcd separator machine to warm up the glass/lcd and the Yaxun YX-D02 to separate the lcd/galss from the frame

The temperature I use is 85-95 degrees.

Keep the phone facing down on the hot plate for up to 2 minutes, to let the glue warm and melt uniformly. the use the tool to SLOWLY separate the lcd/glass from the frame.
Remember that on the upper part there's the flex connected. and on the lower part you need to help the small flex to come out from the back.

These are the tools I use.



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This is my method for remove lcd http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T642qx3laIM


Heat for 90 degree in hot plate and follow video
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Old 08-12-2017, 19:16   #8 (permalink)
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Here is a good solution:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XPiiFwiTM8
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