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电池耗电太快?一天为您的S7不得不充电超过一次?本指南将展示如何为您的S7移除老旧的电池,更换新的电池。

本指南包括移除玻璃后壳,你需要重新使用粘合剂将换后壳装在手机上。

在拆解您的手机前,断开电源,将电量用到25%以下。 充电的锂电池意外被刺穿可能导致意外着火或者爆炸。

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要重新组装您的设备,在后壳贴合粘合剂,请按照本指南的相反顺序进行操作。

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After this is it still waterproof?

Edgar Rodríguez García - 回复

Sooooooooo why exactly did Samsung make it impossible to open the phone?

Dan Laemmerhirt - 回复

The display is coming off instead of the back panel. Do you have any suggestions if this happens?

scottrape - 回复

How much time do I hit to open back panel? I almost hit 10min using hit gun but It didn't open at all.

Jay - 回复

This was one of the most difficult repairs I have done, but it worked. First off I absolutely could not get anything except a tiny Flathead screwdriver wedged in to the glass to pry it up, which cracked the glass even more than it already was, but thankfully I was replacing the back glass as well. The battery was also glued in unbelievably well, and the battery ended up bending pretty bad when I pried it out, even with a lot of extra heat.

Overall a massive pain in the rear, but I got it all working properly now thanks to the video. I used a Wagner heat gun for this, I don’t think a hair dryer would be sufficient!

Eric Vardin - 回复

I was a bit concerned cause I was using a 300w heat gun instead of the big one in the video, but patience paid off. One tip for anyone else is to make sure the battery is at the TOP of the cutout for it, my connector almost didn’t reach. Nothing broke, phone is on and running, only concern is that I didn’t get all the old glue off, so it might not be water resistant anymore.

Note: Much harder with a screen protector, ended up needing to remove mine and now it’s got dust under it. Luckily, that’s an easy fix, just annoying.

Brian Kurtz - 回复

I really wish she would show how to reassemble the phone. How hard is it to work with the new adhesive? I also wonder about the waterproofing after this is complete.

Todd Cooper - 回复

Repair was relatively easy. The problem was with the ifixit-purchased battery which ended up swelling and cracking the rear glass. The battery purchased through them currently lasts 3 minutes off of the charger.

Matthew Martin - 回复

I feel the same way Todd. The video should show you how it goes back together as well, because I bet thats the hard part.

Marc Gale - 回复

I accidentally jabbed the old battery rather hard, pierced it. And then that battery became amazingly very super hot. I’m up where winter is cold, and I put the battery out on my driveway lest it light something on fire. Was still hot as !&&* 20 minutes later. Now I understand why they say we should never put these things in the trash or a landfill cuz they could start a fire.

David Abbott - 回复

I replaced the battery ok and the phone worked ok. Plugging the charger in, the phone reports charging - but it isn’t and the charge decreased until the phone turned off. I put the old battery in, but it is in the same state - phone reports charging, but charge is decreasing. Any ideas on what is damaged or I should replace?

Jim Logan - 回复

The guide was good but incomplete. It would have nice to have a little more info on removing the adhesive on the back panel and how to best reapply it. Since this was my own phone I was extra careful but found reapplying the back panel adhesive the hardest part. Not sure if the phone is pushing out in the top left corner or the adhesive is not doing its job. All parts and tools were purchased at iFixit.Com. I used a 800w heat gun and the iSlacks did not work. I cranked up the heat and opened case with my iPhone suction cups. Very cool to know that my apple tools can be used on an Samsung phone…lol…Wow that adhesive was strong. So what do you guys think, should I reheat new adhesive, get it soft then push down firm in that corner to get it to seat better???

Brian - 回复

Just did a successful battery replacement. The back is A LOT more fragile than she makes it look. I anticipated and bought a replacement back. Otherwise the instructions are spot on.

brookman_69 - 回复

Just finished:

I didn’t use a suction cup when taking the back off. I used a flat metal spudger and three plastic hotel room key cards (like credit cards without the bumps). I used a hair dryer and heated the phone for a minute or so. Then, when I was able to stick the spudger in right where the charging port is, I put the card in the spudgers place. After that, I was able to work my way to the left and then inserted another card when I got to the corner. As I went through, I had a pick (shaped a bit less pointy than the tip of a dart) which I would use to “cut” through the adhesive. This worked very well.

I heated it up a bit with the hair dryer and used the spudger and card and got it out without any damage.

The hardest part of this BY FAR is attaching the new battery. The ribbon cable that is attached to the new battery is slightly too short. Therefore, you need to smush the top of the new battery and its really a pain to get it in. Make sure to attach the new battery before putting it into its spot.

ploppalopp - 回复

My employer has about a dozen sales guys in the field, each with an S7. My supervisor agreed to sell me their trade-ins at carrier price. With this guide, I was successful in replacing the battery and can expect about a $150 profit. Thanks iFixit!!!

BTW, I used an iSclack, heat gun, and three picks to get the back off. Did NOT break the back glass!

JONATHAN WHEAT - 回复

An update:

The replacement battery provided to me by ifixit didn’t work. Returned it and tried another and it also didn’t work. Took it to an authorized repair shop (ubreakifix) and it worked. I would suggest that people just go to the repair shop. Saving the $20 just isn’t worth the hassle. Make sure you keep your original battery no matter what.

ploppalopp - 回复

The battery I purchased from ifixit is worse than my original battery! My old battery at least shut off at 1%, this battery shuts off anywhere from 19%-49% !!!!! I didn't do the replacement myself, a friend that owns a shop that does this type of work did it. So I know he did the job right! I'm pretty upset with this battery!!!!!!

Brady Foley - 回复

Hi Brady, sorry to hear about your battery! The battery has a one year warranty, so I suggest contacting customer support to get some help. Good luck with your repair!

Adam O'Camb -

Yeah the battery that ifixit makes needs to be improved. I highly recommend that you send your phones to samsung if you can deal with not having your phone for 2 weeks. If thats too much, just take them to an authorized repair shop.

ploppalopp - 回复

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