Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G Display Replacement! - Galaxy User Guide

If the screen of your Galaxy S20 Ultra is cracked or started to turn green, replacing it is an option and we can show you how! This video will walk you through replacing the display of your Galaxy S20 Ultra! You will need an iOpener, a suction handle, a set of iFixit opening picks, a spencer, tweezers, A Phillips, 00 screwdriver and some high concentration isopropyl alcohol. We also recommend using our Magnetic Mats so that you can keep track of screws and write notes during your repair, And. On the guide, you can read tips and tricks that will help you throughout the repair process. You begin to make sure that your battery is drained down below. If the battery is damaged during repair.

WARNING If your battery is swollen, take appropriate precautions and do not heat your phone. Below, we’ll leave a link with battery instructions swollen. Start by heating an iOpener and place it on the bottom edge of the back cover of the phone. Now apply a suction handle on the spot You just heated and pulled up with a strong, steady force. This will create a gap between the cover and the frame for the next step. WARNING Do not apply excessive force with the pick while cutting the adhesive during the next few steps, or you could crack the back glass. You see the gap-grab an opening and insert the point into the gap to make sure the adhesive does not readhere. This may take more than one attempt due to tight.

You have your pick and insert it down and forward along the bottom edge, making sure you do cut through the adhesive. Leave a pick in the seam so that the adhesive doesn’t tear. The left side of the back cover this time and insert a pick in the middle of the phone and slide it to the bottom. You are done, cutting all the adhesives there, leaving the pick at the bottom edge and then grabbe another pick and slide it to the top edge. Once that is done, use your iOpener to heat the top edge and use your pick to cut through the adhesive there. Be careful when slicing the corners at the top, because the curved edge is very susceptible to cracking. Be very gentle Now go ahead and use your spudger to disconnect the wireless charging coil connector.

Use a pair of tweezers to gently peel the wireless charging cable up and away from the phone. Take your driver and remove the five Phillips screws to secure the motherboard bracket. Recycle a tab, then unclip with your tweezers and remove the bracket. Disconnect the battery connector with the plug and use your driver to remove five more Phillips screws, securing the loudspeaker and the lower midframe. With a tweezer, tuck your notch at the bottom left corner of the lower frame and push to release the clips that hold it in place. Set up the display to disconnect on the motherboard with your plug and spudger. Warning Do not use excessive force with the pick while cutting the adhesive during the next few steps, or you risk cracking the display.

Your display is cracked, pause and follow our guide on how to clip over a cracked phone screen, linked in the description. The tape will hold glass shards and provide an even surface for the suction handle. Grab your iOpener and begin heating the top edge of the display for about two minutes. It's nice and hot. Apply a suction handle as close to the center of the top edge as possible. Start pulling at the suction handle. With a strong and stable force. If you have problems with iOpener, make sure to apply a hot one. You see the gap, insert the point of an opening pick and then leave it there. Another pick and insert in the same gap and slide it across the top left corner. Make sure you slice the adhesive through and then leave the pick in the corner.

The center pick is put further into the top of the phone, making sure you cut the adhesive. You can then remove the pick if you want, but we decided to leave it to make sure the adhesive doesn’t reseal. Get your hot iOpener again and begin heating the right edge of the display for a bit and then insert an opening in the gap to the right. Start sliding the pick towards the bottom-cutting all adhesive in your path and leave the pick on the bottom right. Insert a pick to prevent the adhesive from sticking in the center. Repeat this process on the left edge of the phone. We are now going to grab some isopropyl alcohol and apply it through the bottom of the display. This will release the clear adhesive under the screen.

Turn the phone about to ensure that the alcohol spreads and loosens all the adhesive. Now leave the pick in the top center of the phone-remove it and then grab your spudger and slowly insert the flat end under the screen and remove any remaining adhesive. After installing your new display, be sure to clean all the old adhesive and install new adhesive to your phone. It is important to hold the display in place and retain water and dust. With your adhesive in place, bring your new display and insert the display cable into the hole in the case. Then lay your display down, but don’t just remove the adhesive liner. Flip the phone over and connect the display, the cable and then connect the battery.

Now is a good time to power up your phone and make sure the new display is working. If it is, go ahead and power off your phone first-then disconnect the battery and display cables. Now go ahead and install the loudspeaker and screw it back into place. You can now safely reconnect the battery. Next lay the motherboard connector back in place and then install the screws on the phone to re-enclose it. Grab your wireless charging coil and first connect so that it is properly aligned and then press it into place. When you close your phone make sure to apply new adhesive to your back. We have a video that walks you through this process, listed below in the description. The back cover must be laid to your phone and press.

Then make sure to set some weight, like a book or a toolkit, on the phone for at least 30 minutes flat so that the adhesive seals tighten..

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