Guide DIY Samsung Galaxy S8 Screen Replacement

If you break your Samsung Galaxy S8 screen, you are not alone. Many people across Australia are having the same problem. Is it because you sat on it or you just dropped your phone from a higher place? No matter what happened, you are now stuck with a cracked screen and the only thing you can do is fix it.

When an accident like this happens, users can choose between two options. If you are inexperienced, you can take your phone to a repair store and leave the device in the hands of a professional technician and pay high prices. Or you can fix your screen all by yourself.

If you want to fix it yourself, the first thing you will need is to find a legitimate supplier of replacement screens. If you live in Australia, Fixo is the best solution. We have a wide array of screens for different mobile devices. All the replacement parts we have here are of great quality and look as good as original parts.

Change the display on your Samsung Galaxy S8 wholly by yourself. All you need is Samsung Galaxy S8 LCD Screen Assembly and some tools. Follow the instructions step by step, and you will soon be able to enjoy a working display again.

1) Switch off your device

To get started turn off your Samsung Galaxy S8 completely to avoid damaging it during the repair. Press the on/off button for about three seconds until "Turn off" appears then confirm it by taping on it.

2) Heat the back of the phone

To remove the back cover you will need a heat gun or hair dryer to soften the glue that holds it. Use a hairdryer or a heat gun to heat the back of the phone for 1 to 2 minutes to soften the glue that holds it. If you feel the resistance in the next steps do not hesitate to heat the back for a few more minutes.

3) Remove back glass panel

Now that the rear panel is hot enough, insert the nylon spatula into a small crack at the bottom right of the phone, then slide it toward the top corner to unfix the right side of the panel. Continue to do the same thing on all of the sides of the phone.

Once the panel is detached, lift it a few centimeters delicately. Then use the nylon spatula to disconnect the cable of the fingerprint scanner. Finally, lift the panel off completely and remove it.

4) Remove Antenna and Charging Coil Assembly

Remove eight 3.5mm Philips screws circled in yellow that are securing the NFC antenna and charging coil assembly. Then remove the NFC antenna and charging coil assembly from the phone.

5) Disconnect battery

Use the flat end of a spudger to disconnect the battery connector.

6) Disconnect screen

Keep the spudger in your hand and to the same thing to disconnect the display and digitizer connector.

7) Remove the screen

To lift the front panel you will need a suction cup, hard plastic pick, and a heat gun (a hairdryer will also work) The front panel is glued to the frame, use a heat gun to heat the outer edges of the back panel to about 60°C (140°F). You can do it without the heat gun but it's easier with it.

When the screen is warm enough, apply a suction cup as close to the heated edge of the phone as you can. Lift on the suction cup and insert an opening pick under the display. Slide an opening pick around the whole phone to separate the adhesive from the old display.

Use a plastic card to pry up the screen away from the mid-frame. Look at the back of the phone and note which side of the phone has a display and digitizer connector. Pry on the opposite side of the phone. Lift the screen assembly away from the mid-frame, gently pulling the display connector through the hole in the mid-frame.

8) Reassemble with the new screen

Your Samsung Galaxy S8 screen is completely disassembled. Before installing a new display, make sure to remove all traces of the old adhesive from the frame and any small glass fragments. Now take your new screen and reassemble your Samsung Galaxy S8 by following this guide in reverse order and then test everything up to make sure you did everything properly.

Test everything

Congratulations, you changed your Samsung Galaxy S8. Now just test a few things to make sure everything is working properly:
-Test the brightness of the display.
-Test the touchscreen, select an app, and drag it all around the display. If it is following your finger everything is fine.

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