The popular Samsung Galaxy S10 is a powerful smartphone that has become a favorite of many users.
But one question that many people have is whether you can remove the battery from the Galaxy S10.
In this article, we will discuss whether or not it’s possible to take out the battery from the Galaxy S10 and what are the benefits of doing so.
We’ll look at how to safely remove the battery from your device, as well as any potential dangers associated with it.
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The lower midframe/loudspeaker assembly may have been removed in certain steps.
For the battery procedure, you don’t need to remove it.
Step 1: warm the rear cover.
- Turn off and unplug your phone before you start.
- For two minutes, put a heated iOpener to the right edge of the back cover.
Note: You could also use a hot plate, hair dryer, or heat gun, but be careful not to overheat the phone because both the internal battery and display might be damaged by heat.
Step 2: Make a gap in the opening.
- Rest the phone’s heated right edge on a surface that is around 0.5 inches (13 mm) thick. The phone is angled in this way for the opening tool.
- To prevent the phone from sliding, brace the left edge with your fingers. Apply strong pressure as you pull on the suction cup.
- In the seam where the back cover and frame meet, press the edge of an opening tool.
- Slide the opening tool back and forth along the seam while it is in the seam to loosen the back cover.
Step 3: Place an opening pick
- Apply a heated iOpener for two minutes to the same phone edge.
- Place a suction cup on the phone’s back, as near the center of the right edge as you can (where the adhesive is narrowest).
- Strongly and steadily pull on the suction cup to separate the back cover from the frame.
- The opening pick’s point should be inserted into the opening.
Note:This could require several tries due to the tight tolerances.
- Applying extra heat to the edge and trying the previous procedure once more is your best option if you are having problems making a gap.
- To help release the adhesive, you can try injecting a few drops of high concentration (above 90%) isopropyl alcohol into the seam.
CautionNote:Use moderate power when using the pick to avoid damaging the rear cover glass.
Step 4: Cut the glue using a knife.
- To cut through the glue, move the opening pick along the phone’s edge.
CautionNote: Before applying heat, avoid attempting to cut the adhesive holding the corners down. If you do, the back cover can crack.
- In order to stop the adhesive from resealing, leave a pick in the seam.
- For two minutes, place a heated iOpener to the phone’s bottom edge.
- The bottom right corner on the right edge should receive an opening pick.
- Slide the pick around the bend with caution. Keep cutting around the bottom left corner and along the bottom edge.
Note: Reheat the edge if cutting proves challenging before continuing.
- In order to prevent the adhesive from resealing, leave an opening pick in the seam.
- Around the remaining phone edges, keep heating and slicing.
Note: Make sure the corner is sufficiently heated before cutting around it.
- To help separate the back cover from the frame after cutting all the way around the phone, tuck an opening pick into one of the edges.
- Slowly remove the back cover. Any residual adhesive can be cut using opening picks.
- Taking off the rear cover
Note: Before you seal the rear cover in place during reassembly, now is a good time to turn on your phone and test all of its features. Before you carry on working, be sure to totally shut off your phone.
Note: Use this instruction manual to replace the adhesive, transfer and install the camera bezel, and reinstall the rear cover.
Note: You can restore the rear cover if you’d like to without changing the adhesive. Remove any substantial adhesive pieces that can make it difficult for the back cover to rest flat. Heat the back cover after installation and apply pressure to fix it.
Step 8: Take the midframe out
- Eight 4 mm Phillips screws holding the top midframe to the phone must be removed.
- There are still a couple plastic clips around the edge holding the midframe in place.
- The right edge of the midframe has a notch next to the volume up button; insert the point of a spudger there.
- To detach the phone’s midframe, pry it up.
- To remove the midframe from the phone, lift it up from the upper corners.
Note: At its bottom right corner, the top midframe might adhere to the lower midframe. If that occurs, carefully peel it away.
- In order to replace the upper midframe:
- Place the frame on the phone while lining up the top edge of the midframe with the phone.
- Apply pressure with your fingertips around the midframe’s edge to make the midframe clips secure. The edges ought to be flush with the phone edge.
Step 11. Remove the battery.
- Under the battery connector, which is fastened to the motherboard beneath the rear-facing camera, place the flat end of a spudger.
- To remove the connector from its socket, pry it upward.
CAUTION: Be careful not to move the surrounding small surface-mounted components while removing connectors like these.
- To avoid unintentional contact, gently pull the battery’s flex cable away from the motherboard socket.
Step 12. Battery
- It is firmly adhered to the battery. Under the battery, you’ll notice indicated areas:
- the frame, where a powerful adhesive holds the battery.
- a notch in the frame that reveals the display assembly’s delicate underside. If you prod around here without being careful, you might break the display.
Note: The battery removal process will be made substantially simpler if adhesive remover or high concentration (over 90%) isopropyl alcohol is used to the battery.
- If you’re utilizing an adhesive remover, start by completing these preparations.
- In each battery corner, drop a few drops of isopropyl alcohol or adhesive remover.
- Allow the liquid to weaken the adhesive for a minute.
- Alternately, warm an iOpener and press it firmly to the phone’s right front side for two minutes.
- The gap between the battery and the bottom midframe is the perfect place to wedge the corner of an opening card.
- Pry the battery from its nook.
Note: The adhesive is not adequately weakened if the battery does not move.
- To pry the battery out, try using an opening pick, an opening tool, or a spudger. Use only wooden tools.
- Try again after applying more isopropyl alcohol and adhesive remover.
- Try using an iOpener to apply extra heat.
- Take the battery out.
Caution: Reusing the battery after it has been taken out could endanger your safety. Change it out for a fresh battery.
- Use this guide to install a new battery and adhesive.
In conclusion,it is possible to remove the battery from a Samsung Galaxy S10 phone if you are willing to follow the steps necessary. It is recommended that only experienced technicians should attempt this task since opening up a phone does void its warranty. However, for those who feel comfortable doing so, it is an option and can help with any battery troubleshooting or replacement needs.
Can the battery of a Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus be removed?
The gap between the battery and the bottom midframe is the perfect place to wedge the corner of an opening card. Pry the battery from its nook. The adhesive is not adequately weakened if the battery does not move. To pry the battery out, use an opening pick, an opening tool, or a spudger.
How is the rear of a Galaxy S10 Plus removed?
To prevent the phone from sliding, brace the left edge with your fingers. Apply strong pressure as you pull on the suction cup. In the seam where the back cover and frame meet, press the edge of an opening tool. Slide the opening tool back and forth along the seam while it is in the seam to loosen the back cover.
How long is the S10+ battery good for?
Intelligent 24-Hour Battery to keep you going all day.
With Adaptive Power Saving Mode, the Galaxy S10 changes to how and when you use your phone. You may live longer between charges thanks to the Galaxy S10average +’s capacity of up to 4100mAh.
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