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  1. Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Rear-Facing Camera Replacement, Rear Case: étape 1, image 1 de 2 Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Rear-Facing Camera Replacement, Rear Case: étape 1, image 2 de 2
    • Insert an opening pick between the rear case and the plastic rim.

    • You may need to add multiple picks to detach the clips.

    • Slide the pick along the edge of the rear case until you release the plastic clips attaching the rear case to the display.

    • Continue to slide the pick around the edge of the rear case until all clips are released.

    I would not remove the back of the case. There are around 14 tabs inside that are melted down to secure the frame. Those melted tabs will break off and the back won't be as secure and the edge of the back will have have a visible gap showing. I would remove the case from the screen side as in step 5 of this tear down and use a iFixit opening tool. Use the tool with handle towards the screen to pry the frame away. Start on one long edge and slide the tool along the gap and at same time slightly pry the case away. Then separate a short edge. The corner between the 2 open gaps should just pop away with some prying. Do the same with other 2 edges and corner.

    Gary L. Turner - Réponse

    Kommentar von Gary L. Turner bestätigt. Es geht eindeutig besser das Opening Tool in den Spalt an der Oberseite einzuführen, zwischen dem umlaufenden silberfarbenen Rahmen und dem Display Glas. Die im Foto oben unter Schrott 1 gezeigte Methode ist NICHT zerstörungsfrei. Das (weisse) Back cover und der umlaufende silberfarbene Rahmen sind zwei separate Kunststoff-Bauteile, die an ca. einem Dutzend Punkten miteinander verschweisst sind, und zwar so eng dass kein Fingernagel dazwischen passt. Diese Schweisspunkte zerbrechen bei der im Bild oben gezeigten Methode.

    Ralf Hanisch - Réponse

    sry, “Schritt 1” muss es natürlich heissen, nicht “Schrott 1” ;-)

    Ralf Hanisch -

    Use the iFixIt Opener. You’ll have to find a large opening, seems like near a piece of tech is easier. Once you get a firm and deep opening, keep working it down.

    Shane - Réponse

    Bitte aufpassen: Dies ist NICHT die Anleitung, um den Akku beim TAB S3 zu ersetzen, dies wird an anderer Stelle beschrieben, leider auf Englisch.

    Aber beim S-3 ist es viel schwieriger, da beim S-3 auch das Frontglas entfernt werden muß…..

    klement, herbert - Réponse

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    • Lift the case up to remove it.

    Be careful around the camera if it sticks, use spudger to separate.

    Shane - Réponse

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    • Use the flat end of a nlyon spudger to pry up the black plastic tabs securing the two ZIF connectors.

    Remove green tape over connectors, you can put back on later if it still is sticky enough.

    Shane - Réponse

    I want to purchase a tab 3 replacement battery T4500E 6800mah, should I also include the S/N number mine is TL1F109AS/9-B (CANNOT FIND A MATCH ONLINE )please help does this number really matter when making the purchase?

    Shavonise Ricketts - Réponse

    No batteries available online

    Anton Berggren - Réponse

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    • Use the flat end of a nylon spudger to pry up the brown plastic tab securing the orange ribbon cable.

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    • Remove all three ribbon cables by gently pulling the cables away from the ZIF connectors.

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    • Use a Phillips #000 screwdriver to remove the ten 3mm screws securing the battery to the chassis.

    Um die winzigen Schraubenköpfe zu schonen verwende grundsätzlich den grösstmöglichen (und nicht den kleinstmöglichen!) Schraubendreher. Für die zehn Kreuzschlitzschrauben mit denen der Akku befestigt ist passt ein Philips #0 perfekt.

    Ralf Hanisch - Réponse

    Nachtrag: Philips #00 passt fast noch besser.

    Ralf Hanisch -

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    • Use the pointed end of a nylon spudger to pry the two battery connections away from the motherboard.

    It seems like prying underneath the cords is better and won’t damage the motherboard’s black connector piece.

    Shane - Réponse

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    • Lift with a nylon spudger to remove the battery.

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    • Use the flat end of a plastic spudger to pry up the press-fit connector from the motherboard.

    • Remove the camera by gently pulling upward with a pair of tweezers.

Conclusion

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

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I have noticed a couple of things on this article, so I figured i'd put them here.

The disconnection of the ZIF Ribbon cables doesn't seem necessary for the repair at all, & the complete removal of the battery from the chassis is unnecessary as well.

The camera is a small, singular part that doesn't connect to anything else.

For safety's sake, I'd personally still recommend you disconnect the battery, to ensure there's no power flowing through the system, but complete removal is highly unnecessary.

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