How To Fix Samsung Galaxy S2 ScreenTips


  1. repairsuniverse

    repairsuniverse Well-Known Member

    At this written take apart guide we will show how to disassemble the Samsung Galaxy S II phone quickly and securely. Following this step by step guide will enable you to easily install replacement parts and to repair your Galaxy S II phone.

    This guide will help you to install the following Samsung Galaxy S II part(s):
    • Samsung Galaxy S II LCD + Touch Screen Digitizer Replacement - Black
    • Samsung Galaxy S II LCD + Touch Screen Digitizer Replacement - White
    • Other Samsung Galaxy S II Parts

    Tools Required:
    • Safe Open Pry Tool
    • Small Phillips Screwdriver
    • Hot Air Gun / Hair Dryer (Suggested)

    Samsung Galaxy S II screen repair guide:
    • First step is to remove the battery and all the cards from the phone.
    • Remove the seven (7) small Phillips screws under the battery cover as shown in Figure 1.

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    Figure 1​
    • Once all the screws have been removed, pry around the outer edges of the back plate to release the clips using safe pry tool. You can now fully remove the back housing.
    • You now have access to the motherboard once the back plate has been removed. Disconnect the five (5) flex cables and the antenna wire as located in Figure 2.
    • Then remove the two (2) small Phillips screws holding the mainboard in place.
    • Before removing the board, separate first the side button contacts which are adhered to the frame as shown in Figure 2.

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    Figure 2​
    • The motherboard can now be removed.
    • Release the screen assembly from the housing once the motherboard has been removed. Heat the front of the screen around the outside edges using a heat gun or hair dryer. Keep the heat on average and apply quick movements to the screen. Heat the screen for about 30-60 seconds and don

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  2. derty13

    derty13 New Member

    I recently took my SII to be repaired after the flex cable that controls the home/back buttons snapped. It appears that the tech manage to crack the casing when he removed the screen and despite his best effort to discreetly glue the screen back in place the display no longer works and the screen just falls out. Short of buying a new outer casing, is there a way to realign and secure the screen?
  3. repairsuniverse

    repairsuniverse Well-Known Member

    Unfortunately with out seeing the device it's difficult to see if you might be able to purchase new housing to resolve the issue. But as you mentioned the display screen does not work you may just have to purchase new a new screen assembly and housing if the LCD is damaged. I would consider getting a second opinion from another local repair tech so they will be able to see the problem first hand but as mentioned it can be difficult to diagnose with a visual inspection.

    Maybe post a picture?

    Hope this helps!
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  4. garbam

    garbam Active Member

    Hey guys!

    I dropped my phone like a long time ago and the only damage was one diagnol crack in the middle of my phone and some scratches but I don't know how to repair it, Any help? Do i need to buy something or something?:(
  5. repairsuniverse

    repairsuniverse Well-Known Member

    You are going to need a screen assembly replacement to repair the damage.
  6. repairsuniverse

    repairsuniverse Well-Known Member

    If anyone is in need of additional assistance with this repair we also have technicians available to chat with. At RepairsUniverse (dot) com, click the "Live Chat" link, and one of our techs would be glad to help.

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