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Samsung Galaxy S II T989 Motherboard Replacement

더 나은 이미지가 필요함

더 나은 이미지가 필요함

더 나은 사진은 해당 안내서를 향상시킬 것입니다. 사진 촬영, 편집, 또는 새로운 업로드를 도와주십시오!

This guide will provide instructions of how to access and replace the motherboard of the phone.

  • 작성자: Joshua King
  • 예상 시간 5 분
  • 난이도: 보통

The motherboard of the phone is arguably the most important part. This device controls all functions of the phone and if damaged can require the replacement of the phone. While preforming any operation on the phone that requires touching the motherboard make sure that you are working on a solid surface. Be cautious and constantly touch the frame of the phone to discharge any static buildup from you body since even a small shock can cause harm to the motherboard.

섹션

단계 1 Motherboard  ¶ 

The motherboard holds many delicate components, improper handling can result in the destruction of these components. To remove the motherboard, first undo the three tabs, indicated by the red outlines, using either a small flat-head screwdriver or your thumbnail. In addition to the three at the top of the motherboard, there is a fourth tab at the bottom of the phone that will need to be opened as well.

단계 1 Motherboard  ¶ 

  • The motherboard holds many delicate components, improper handling can result in the destruction of these components.

  • To remove the motherboard, first undo the three tabs, indicated by the red outlines, using either a small flat-head screwdriver or your thumbnail.

  • In addition to the three at the top of the motherboard, there is a fourth tab at the bottom of the phone that will need to be opened as well.

단계 2  ¶ 

After all the tabs are unplugged, carefully apply pressure to the edges of the motherboard and lift upwards. If the motherboard does not lift up, you may need to wiggle it left and right to free the corners from the areas where the case screws were placed.

단계 2  ¶ 

  • After all the tabs are unplugged, carefully apply pressure to the edges of the motherboard and lift upwards.

  • If the motherboard does not lift up, you may need to wiggle it left and right to free the corners from the areas where the case screws were placed.