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Introduction

Don't panic if the back or recent tabs button stops working; just follow this relatively simple guide to replace them. You will need to remove the screen.

  1. Locate the indent area highlighted in red and use either your fingernail or a Prying Tool (such as a guitar pick) to separate the back from the body of the phone. Locate the indent area highlighted in red and use either your fingernail or a Prying Tool (such as a guitar pick) to separate the back from the body of the phone.
    • Locate the indent area highlighted in red and use either your fingernail or a Prying Tool (such as a guitar pick) to separate the back from the body of the phone.

  2. Once the cover is removed, locate the battery that reads "SAMSUNG." Use either your fingernail or a Plastic Prying Tool (such as a guitar pick) to lift up the bottom indent of the battery. Do not use a metal tool, as it can cause injury.
    • Once the cover is removed, locate the battery that reads "SAMSUNG."

    • Use either your fingernail or a Plastic Prying Tool (such as a guitar pick) to lift up the bottom indent of the battery.

    • Do not use a metal tool, as it can cause injury.

  3. Use a Plastic Prying Tool (such as a spudger) to pop out piece shown. Use a Plastic Prying Tool (such as a spudger) to pop out piece shown.
    • Use a Plastic Prying Tool (such as a spudger) to pop out piece shown.

  4. Detach the screen connector.
    • Detach the screen connector.

  5. Use a blow dryer or heating pad to heat up the screen. Do not skip this step, as it may result in a broken screen and/or LCD.
    • Use a blow dryer or heating pad to heat up the screen.

    • Do not skip this step, as it may result in a broken screen and/or LCD.

    • This step loosens the glue holding the screen in place.

  6. Use a Thin Plastic Tool (such as a guitar pick) or Plastic Prying Tool (such as a spudger) to lift out the glass digitizer and LCD screen around the edges. Do this slowly and carefully, as both parts can crack very easily. Ensure your tool is plastic, as a metal tool can damage the screen easily.
    • Use a Thin Plastic Tool (such as a guitar pick) or Plastic Prying Tool (such as a spudger) to lift out the glass digitizer and LCD screen around the edges.

    • Do this slowly and carefully, as both parts can crack very easily.

    • Ensure your tool is plastic, as a metal tool can damage the screen easily.

  7. Use a plastic tool to remove back and/or recent tabs circuit buttons. Use a plastic tool as a metal tool can be dangerous to the phone or you.
    • Use a plastic tool to remove back and/or recent tabs circuit buttons.

    • Use a plastic tool as a metal tool can be dangerous to the phone or you.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Mack Johnson

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