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  1. Remplacement de la batterie du Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Batterie: étape 1, image 1 de 3 Remplacement de la batterie du Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Batterie: étape 1, image 2 de 3 Remplacement de la batterie du Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Batterie: étape 1, image 3 de 3
    • Chauffez les bords du téléphone afin de pouvoir retirer l'arrière sans le fissurer. Utilisez plusieurs médiators afin de couper l'adhésif, prenez votre temps et chauffez à nouveau si nécessaire.

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    • Retirez les vis.

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    • Retirez le châssis intermédiaire.

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    • Glissez délicatement une spatule ou quelque chose de fin et solide sous la batterie. Il y a des adhésifs qui la maintiennent sur le côté droit et gauche. N'ESSAYEZ PAS de forcer car l'écran pourrait être endommagé.

    • Découpez lentement les adhésifs de chaque côté. Quand cela est fait, la batterie devrait sortir sans difficulté.

    • Une fois les adhésifs coupés, la batterie devrait sortir et vous pourrez en mettre une nouvelle.

Conclusion

Pour remonter votre appareil, suivez les étapes dans l'ordre inverse.

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Sophia

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Hi , Sophia

The Back Case after heating, will it be fixable without any adhesive solution

LOGESAM - Réponse

Yes if you over heat the back for a long time. If you just heating it up to remove adhesive you should be fine.

Constantino - Réponse

Would doing this void my warranty?

Willie contreras - Réponse

Ofcourse it will void your warranty..You seriously think opening up fixed battery wont void your warranty lol..

Asad Malik -

By the time you need a new battery, your warranty will be out anyway most likely.

Kathy -

is the battery linked in this post the same one that comes in Note 5 stock? i'm hesitant to buy a battery that might be worse than i currently have.

paul - Réponse

Yes the battery is OEM

Jade Davis -

check the connections when it plugged in to the main board, see if any prongs are bent or broken. Make sure there are no tears in the ribbon from the batteries.

Dustin Gonzales - Réponse

I also am having to charge my phone every 3 to 4 hours. Terrible!

dgpaul - Réponse

I swapped the battery and saw 24hr use with normal usage. Old oem battery had blown up and was all lumpy. Amazing how much better it is. I don't know how not to break the glass whIle removing the back cover though, would recommend buying a spare back cover just in case since it breaks easily.

joinhalo -

dbpaul, best way to avoid damages is to heat the back cover area and use 2 suction holders. 1 attached to the LCD and one to the back cover. gently pull them appart and the glues will begin to seperate. you can get them on this site for ~$3 a piece.

Suction Handle

Product code: IF145-361

Dustin Gonzales -

What tool are you using to heat/melt the adhesive? I tried using a hair dryer but it did not work :(

Newton Berwig - Réponse

Thank you so much (: i had to buy a heat gun from my local hardware store the blow dryer just didnt get hot enough . The most difficult part of this process was removing the actual battery it didnt just pop out like the video . it was glued in place i couldn't just rip it out either becaue the screen was on the other side i didnt want to yank it around to much and crack the screen underneath. but i slide a thin card and seperated the glue from battery (: yay all fixed !

mooberries25 - Réponse

I've tried using blow dryer and it doesn't loosen the glue at all. I have a heat gun, but won't it damage stuff inside?

littl-bit - Réponse

This is ridiculous...I have heated my phone til it burns my fingers and the glue does NOT release at all. And the hotter the phone gets, the worse the suction cup works!!!! Waste of $ for a battery I can't use!

littl-bit - Réponse

Will you have to replace the back if it is cracked when you take it off?

Derrick hardin - Réponse

Will you have to replace the back if it is cracked whenever you take it off to replace the battery?

Derrick hardin - Réponse

I just did a battery replacement on my dad's refurbished note 5. Getting the back to 450F was enough to seperate it. Do not use a small suction cup. Find something that takes up alot more surface area so you don't have to pull as hard. If your back does crack buy a replacement one its like ~10$ and mine came with pre-applied adhesive.

Matthew Dela Cruz - Réponse

I have a Note 4 and want a 5. Can I permanently remove the adhesive from the cover to help aiding the removal process? The phone won't get in the water anyway. Adhesive seems like an overkill.

Tony - Réponse

I wouldn´t do that in advance, because it may damage some part and the phone is not waterproof and dustproof anymore.

Claus Gärtner - Réponse

I changed the battery and but forgot to take out the sim initially. I checked the sim on other phone and thats working ok. But on this phone, no sim is getting signals or registered... any idea.. did i spoil something?

Ali - Réponse

Did you check the contacts in the phone for the sim? Are they in a good condition und clean? Try to clean them with a clean piece of cloth and a litte amount of alcohol on it.

Claus Gärtner -

Thanks, Sophia, I think your post has convinced me to stick with my Note 4 and not upgrade to the 8. I understand why manufacturers are moving away from replaceable batteries, but I sure don't like or agree with it.

Rick S - Réponse

Is samsung galaxy note 5 a strong phone to use, does the battery last?

Harry Gillis - Réponse

Is samsung galaxy note 5 a strong phone to use, does the battery last longer, pls wats the major problems with this brand?

Harry Gillis - Réponse

Grrrr lol, my first Note 4 and i cracked the digitizer and glass. I cracked them by gently pushing on the back of the battery so the sub-chassis could come out. Next time i’m putting the heat gun on Volcano to melt that %#*@ glue!! :-)

Aaron Tremblay - Réponse

Grrrr.!!! I broke the screen and digitizer while gently pressing on the back of the battery so the sub-chassis could come out, but no, it didn’t come out. So, next time i’m setting the heat gun to Volcano and melt that glue the heck out of there!!! :-)

Aaron Tremblay - Réponse

Thanks ,++Heat Gun++ setting temperature is?

zhangyang - Réponse

These are some of the stupidest comments I've ever read in my life Samsung enclosed the housing to keep water in moisture from getting inside of the device seconds the Note 5 is a huge upgrade compared to this shity ass Note 4. And the expandable memory saying that's why they make Dropbox yes Samsung did not put expandable memory in this phone because they wanted everybody to buy the next model and yes that is kind of shity of them but they send signals and updates to your phone to slow it down so that you get the next phone. The reason being new technologies are coming out and they can't continue to produce old technology when they are making new technologies it's the wave of the future get used to it or don't use a %#*@ cell phone

Spencer - Réponse

Why is the Note 4 so bad? I went from the 3 to the 5, and they really aren’t much different at all.

Chase Helms -

Sticking to my Note 4, after seeing these comments on remove/replacing the battery.

Tony - Réponse

I did it! Only casualty was the back case but I found an OEM on Amazon for that at 13 bucks. Since I use the Samsung S-view case, I am able to use my phone immediately. When the new back comes I will put that back on. Thanks Sophia!

Terry Kraft - Réponse

This will be my 3rd battery replacement. Once you do it its not so bad, the factory outside shell was a major pain but my replacements have come off very easy and I did NOT have to replace it. 2nd battery was bad. 3rd was oem VERIZON compatiable MAKE SURE you get the battery for your service provider (att/sprint/verizon/etc..) it does make a difference, there are dozens if not more batteries out there.

THANK YOU FOR THIS TUTORIAL IT WAS SPOT ON EASY TO FOLLOW!!!!! Much easier than youtube

joeykbarry - Réponse

I’m currious as to whether or not my saved data, etc will be affected by a battery swap? I’ll back it up anyway, but is losing it something I need to worry about?

antiknuckles - Réponse

You should not lose any data when doing a battery replacement. That said, you are very wise to back it up in case something goes awry with the repair.

Arthur Shi -

Do I need new glue to replace the old one ? I am going to buy a battery replacement on amazonkit but any glue seems to me included , is that ok ?

marco scocco - Réponse

Without the glue its no more protected against humidity. If thats no problem for you, you don´t need to use one.

But I would recommend you to use it. Its not really expensive.

For example on ebay, you could get a pre-cut tape for some bucks.

Claus Gärtner - Réponse

I was able to complete the replacement without needing a new back glass cover. But I’d like to add a few observations:

1. The bottom side of my back glass was much more stubborn than usual, maybe it’s because my phone is 5 years old. No amount of heating and pulling revealed any opening on the bottom. But I was able to start the process on the right side instead. If the bottom side is too tough for you, maybe you can look around for other locations.

2. The black adhesive on my front display (what makes up the bezel on the top and bottom edges) started to peel when I was removing the midframe. I don’t know if this was avoidable, since it looked like the adhesive was stuck quite strongly to the midframe. The peeling is just a cosmetic blemish on the screen, but I heard that you can fix this by filling the peeled section with LOCA UV glue.

Jerry Ding - Réponse

My battery was swollen and when I tried to remove it, I got a sweet smell from the battery.

Took it outside to let the gas fully escape. The battery was fully discharged for a few months and cold.

Should I attempt to remive the battery again, I assume the chance of ot catching fire would be less since the gas is gone.

Test - Réponse

If the battery is fully discharged and vented, you can proceed to remove the battery. Wear gloves and do not use heat to remove the battery.

Arthur Shi -

Helllo. Tell me please - where to buy an original or a good battery today?

picstudio - Réponse

We sell replacement Note5 batteries here!

Arthur Shi -

Step 13 my phone was destroyed.

The bottom of the circuit board was attached to the top somehow. It broke apart during this step.

Edward Hamilton - Réponse

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