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Güncel sürümün sahibi: Jovina Martinez ,

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Hi!
 
I actually just had to remove the screen/digitizer on a Tab S2, and it was definitely a lot of work. The screen is held in place with some pretty strong adhesive so I found just pulling off the screen with a suction cup alone would not do it. I recommend having a friend help because believe me, it's hard to pull off. What I did was use the iFixit iOpener tool, heated it up and placed it on two edges of the device that meet at a corner, I did this about 3-4 times (If you're in a pinch a heated cloth bag of rice would also work it just might take longer). After each try I used a suction cup to try to loosen the screen. Also what helps is if you use a spudger or some sort of spacing utensil to put a little space between the metal edge and the screenscreen (I had to make space with a little force because I know the screen is almost perfectly sized so there is little free space). I had a friend help me and hold down the device while I pulled on the screen. Finally there is a ribbon cable connected on the top of the device so you need to be careful not to damage anything by ripping it out, so you'll only want to lift up the screen 3-4 inches on the end you pried it up, and then go around and loosen the rest of the edges before disconnecting the cable.
I actually just had to remove the screen/digitizer on a Tab S2, and it was definitely a lot of work. The screen is held in place with some pretty strong adhesive so I found just pulling off the screen with a suction cup alone would not do it. I recommend having a friend help because believe me, it's hard to pull off. What I did was use the iFixit iOpener tool, heated it up and placed it on two edges of the device that meet at a corner, I did this about 3-4 times (If you're in a pinch a heated cloth bag of rice would also work it just might take longer). After each try I used a suction cup to try to loosen the screen. Also what helps is if you use a spudger or some sort of spacing utensil to put a little space between the metal edge and the screenscreen (I had to make space with a little force because I know the screen is almost perfectly sized so there is little free space). I had a friend help me and hold down the device while I pulled on the screen. Finally there is a ribbon cable connected on the top of the device so you need to be careful not to damage anything by ripping it out, so you'll only want to lift up the screen 3-4 inches on the end you pried it up, and then go around and loosen the rest of the edges before disconnecting the cable.
 
If there needs to be any further clarification just ask! I'm actually working on a repair guide at the moment but it might not be finished for a couple of weeks.

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Jovina Martinez ,

Metin:

Hi!

I actually just had to remove the screen/digitizer on a Tab S2, and it was definitely a lot of work.  The screen  is held in place with some pretty strong adhesive so  I found just pulling off the screen with a suction cup alone would not do it.  I recommend having a friend help because believe me, it's hard to pull off.  What I did was use the iFixit iOpener tool, heated it up and placed it on two edges of the device that meet at a corner, I did this about 3-4 times (If you're in a pinch a heated cloth bag of rice would also work it just might take longer).  After each try I used a suction cup to try to loosen the screen.  Also what helps is if you use a spudger or some sort of spacing utensil to put a little space between the metal edge and the screen.  I had a friend help me and hold down the device while I pulled on the screen.  Finally there is a ribbon cable connected on the top of the device so you need to be careful not to damage anything by ripping it out, so you'll only want to lift up the screen 3-4 inches on the end you pried it up, and then go around and loosen the rest of the edges before disconnecting the cable.

If there needs to be any further clarification just ask! I'm actually working on a repair guide at the moment but it might not be finished for a couple of weeks.

Durum:

open