Question, does samsung offer a battery replacement service for their phones out of warranty like Apple does? I'm all for diy replacements and user replaceable batteries, but once my note 4 dies, and I'm forced to a sealed battery, I think it would be better to let the manufacturer replace the battery with an oem battery than a third party. From all the reviews I've read about note 4 3rd party batteries, they are terrible after a few months. So even if this was simpler to do, I still wouldn't trust any 3rd party battery manufacturer.
Thanks for the guide. At least Apple has an out-of-warranty service for the battery replacement of $99. To replace this battery, with a dubious quality 3rd party battery as I don't think it's possible to buy a OEM Samsung battery, looks like a disaster waiting to happen, not worth the effort or time, I returned mine to Samsung after seeing this guide. I'm not suggesting Apple is a saint for the $99 replacement, but at least they will do it with an OEM battery.
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