Reviews on replacing broken Samsung Galaxy Note 5 charging port with replacement part
– Parts Descriptions
Reparability Score: 4 out of 10 (10 is easiest to repair)
Replacing Part: the broken Samsung Galaxy Note 5 charging port
Version: Samsung Galaxy Note 5
DIY Repair Evaluation:
Is it difficult to DIY fix damaged or broken Galaxy Note 5 charging port?
Actually it is quite difficult to change the broken Galaxy Note 5 charging port if you don’t master professional skills on smartphone repair. Also, you need to be aware that the Samsung Note 5 charging port comes with soft sensor keys, integrated with the navigator flex between the device’s glass and LCD, so to remove the USB board, you should first disassemble the Samsung Note 5 glass and front frame. It is risky to remove the note 5 USB board, so you’d better change the broken or damaged Galaxy Note 5 charging port under the instructions of a qualified person to avoid any possible damage to your phone.
Charging Port Repair Tips:
● The Galaxy Note 5 charging port replacement part you choose should be OEM/original, factory tested and brand new or A grade.
● The new Samsung Note 5 charging port replacement part will fix the broken or damaged USB port problem, like not charging or slow charging You’d better test the functionality of the new Samsung Note 5 charging port before replacement to make sure it can solve your Note5 USB port issues.
● Fix the broken Galaxy Note5 charging port should be under the professional guidance of a qualified person.
● Replace the Samsung Note 5 charging port replacement part for broken USB port repair should be in a dry and dust free environment without direct sunlight.
The following Note 5 repair tutorial of fixing broken Samsung Galaxy Note 5 charging port step-by-step is for your reference.
Required Tools: Heat gun, Spudger, Screwdriver, Plastic Opening Tools, Eject Pin, Tweezers, screen suction cup tool and prying tool
Required Part: A new Samsung Galaxy note 5 charging port or USB board replacement
Step 1: Power off your Galaxy Note 5 and remove your SIM card tray.
Step 2: Remove the Galaxy Note 5 S pen.
Step 3: Heat up the Samsung Note 5 back cover.
Step 4: The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 battery door comes free now.
Step 5: Undo the 20 screws holding the Note 5 middle frame.
Step 6: With the screws out, now separate the Galaxy Note 5 rear housing from the display assembly.
Step 7: Remove the Samsung Galaxy Note5 motherboard.
Step 8: Release the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 battery.
Step 9: Separate the Note 5 front frame from the LCD display assembly.
Step 10: Remove the damaged or broken Samsung Galaxy Note5 charging port assembly on front frame.
Step 11: Assemble the new charging port replacement part of Samsung Note 5 to your phone.
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