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Use this guide to replace the headphone jack assembly, including the status light and infrared sensor, in your Samsung Galaxy S4.

Pry with a plastic opening tool, or your fingernail, in the divot to the left of the rear-facing camera, near the power button. Pry with a plastic opening tool, or your fingernail, in the divot to the left of the rear-facing camera, near the power button.
  • Pry with a plastic opening tool, or your fingernail, in the divot to the left of the rear-facing camera, near the power button.

I snapped the back cover sorry m8

Daniel Anishchenko - Yanıt

I purchased a blue plastic opening tool(AKA: Spudge) like the one used in the above pic and found the divot and was able to take off the rear cover as per the “Step 1 rear cover” instructions.

Terry Crawford, Jr. - Yanıt

Lift the rear case by the corner nearest the divot and remove it from the phone. Lift the rear case by the corner nearest the divot and remove it from the phone. Lift the rear case by the corner nearest the divot and remove it from the phone.
  • Lift the rear case by the corner nearest the divot and remove it from the phone.

Where is the divot? Please let me know that

James - Yanıt

I purchased a blue plastic opening tool(AKA: Spudge) like the one used in the above Step 1 rear cover pic and found the divot and was able to take off the rear cover as per the “Step 2 “ instructions.

Terry Crawford, Jr. - Yanıt

Insert a plastic opening tool, or your finger, into the notch of the battery compartment and lift the battery upward. Remove the battery from your phone. Remove the battery from your phone.
  • Insert a plastic opening tool, or your finger, into the notch of the battery compartment and lift the battery upward.

  • Remove the battery from your phone.

it worked for me

John Donovan - Yanıt

I was able to remove the Samsung Battery with the blue plastic opening tool(AKA: Spudger) as per the Step 4 Battery instructions.

Terry Crawford, Jr. - Yanıt

Use a plastic opening tool, or your fingernail, to press the SIM card slightly deeper into its slot until you hear a click. After the click, release the card and it will pop out of its slot. Remove the SIM card.
  • Use a plastic opening tool, or your fingernail, to press the SIM card slightly deeper into its slot until you hear a click.

  • After the click, release the card and it will pop out of its slot.

  • Remove the SIM card.

  • During reassembly, push the SIM card into the slot until it clicks in place.

Looks easy but doesn't work. No one has a plastic opening tool. Using fingernail, you can press SIM card into slot but it does not pop out so you can remove it.

Laurie McWherter - Yanıt

I agree with the comment above

I also don't have a plastic tool and my finger nail won't pop the card out.

Grethe Montano. September 22

Grethe Montano - Yanıt

I was able to remove the SIM Card with the blue plastic opening tool(AKA: Spudger) with no problems as per the Step 5 SIM Card instructions.

Terry Crawford, Jr. - Yanıt

Hello, how can I change the sim card slot itself? I think I damaged it.

daejung - Yanıt

Remove the nine 4.0 mm Phillips #00 screws securing the midframe to the display assembly.
  • Remove the nine 4.0 mm Phillips #00 screws securing the midframe to the display assembly.

How much it will cost to replace a midframe

kannan - Yanıt

How much cost will be on replace a midframe

Hiren pedhadiya -

I'm seeing midframes available on Ebay for around $10.

Alex - Yanıt

I purchased a 1.5x40mm Phillips screw driver and was able to remove all 9 40mm screws from the midframe as per the Step 6 Midframe instructions.

Terry Crawford, Jr. - Yanıt

The midframe is secured to the display assembly by several plastic clips behind the chrome bezel of the midframe. The next few steps will guide you through separating the clips to free the midframe. Starting on the volume button side of the phone, insert your plastic opening tool between the chrome bezel around the display glass and the larger chrome border piece.  Look for the seam between the two.
  • The midframe is secured to the display assembly by several plastic clips behind the chrome bezel of the midframe. The next few steps will guide you through separating the clips to free the midframe.

  • Starting on the volume button side of the phone, insert your plastic opening tool between the chrome bezel around the display glass and the larger chrome border piece. Look for the seam between the two.

  • Slide the opening tool along the seam, separating the plastic clips as you go.

  • Be very gentle whilst prying, and pry only enough to separate the plastic clips—there are several thin points in the midframe bezel that may crack if you bend them too much.

I used same tool as in the photo and i broke the display. I think you should use a very thin plastic tool, such as a credit card but even more thin and flexible.

nicosoranno4gxo - Yanıt

I purchased a blue plastic opening tool(AKA: Spudger) and was able to remove the midframe from the display assembly as per the Step 7. I had to hold the cell phone firmly in my left hand while I gently forced the spudger between the chrome bezel and the midframe with my right hand and heard plastics clips separate and saw the midframe start to separate from the display assembly. Don’t be afraid to get that spudger in and just gently go down the side of the phone and you will hear the plastics clips detach and the midframe to separate more and more until you are able to separate them 100%. I started at the volume button side of the phone in Step 7 and ended at the power button side in Step 9.

Terry Crawford, Jr. - Yanıt

Continue prying around the corner of the phone. Slide your opening tool along the seam between the midframe and display along the bottom of the device, releasing more of the plastic clips.
  • Continue prying around the corner of the phone.

  • Slide your opening tool along the seam between the midframe and display along the bottom of the device, releasing more of the plastic clips.

I purchased a blue plastic opening tool(AKA: Spudger) and was able to remove the midframe from the display assembly as per the Step 7. I had to hold the cell phone firmly in my left hand while I gently forced the spudger between the chrome bezel and the midframe with my right hand and heard plastics clips separate and saw the midframe start to separate from the display assembly. Don’t be afraid to get that spudger in and just gently go down the side of the phone and you will hear the plastics clips detach and the midframe to separate more and more until you are able to separate them 100%. I started at the volume button side of the phone in Step 7 and ended at the power button side in Step 9.

Terry Crawford, Jr. - Yanıt

Again, pry around the corner, to the power button side. Slide the opening tool along the seam.
  • Again, pry around the corner, to the power button side.

  • Slide the opening tool along the seam.

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Continue sliding the opening tool around the top of the phone, releasing the last of the clips and freeing the midframe from the display assembly. At this point, you may want to run your plastic opening tool along the entire perimeter of the device again, to make sure you've released all of the plastic clips.
  • Continue sliding the opening tool around the top of the phone, releasing the last of the clips and freeing the midframe from the display assembly.

  • At this point, you may want to run your plastic opening tool along the entire perimeter of the device again, to make sure you've released all of the plastic clips.

On my phone, there was another clip holding the white midframe to the battery compartment, in the middle of the top edge of the battery compartment, near the battery contacts. If you don't release that before removing the midframe, it is easy to break.

josephoswald - Yanıt

I purchased a blue plastic opening tool(AKA: Spudger) and was able to remove the midframe from the display assembly as per the Step 7. I had to hold the cell phone firmly in my left hand while I gently forced the spudger between the chrome bezel and the midframe with my right hand and heard plastics clips separate and saw the midframe start to separate from the display assembly. Don’t be afraid to get that spudger in and just gently go down the side of the phone and you will hear the plastics clips detach and the midframe to separate more and more until you are able to separate them 100%. I started at the volume button side of the phone in Step 7 and ended at the power button side in Step 9. In Step 10 just make sure all the plastic clips are separated from the midframe and the display assembly so you can pull them apart 100% without breaking them.

Terry Crawford, Jr. - Yanıt

Remove the midframe from the display assembly. Remove the midframe from the display assembly. Remove the midframe from the display assembly.
  • Remove the midframe from the display assembly.

here i leave them a video i made doing the work

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85pOvI6O...

enjoy

Gabriel Barrandeguy - Yanıt

Just to be sure does the rear frame referred by etradesupply is the same as the middle frame? I' planning to refurbish the side panel because of the dents and scratches but I just want to make sure I'm buying the right thing. The etradesupply referring the housing as rear and front housing so Im not sure which one correspond to the middle frame. Below is the link to the website http://www.etradesupply.com/oem-samsung-...

Mohd Bahij Ahmad - Yanıt

My Sprint S4 was slightly different then the one pictured above but I just completed this repair in under 10 minutes.. It would have been slightly quicker but fooling around with those little screws can be irritating if you have big hands.

Michael Willis - Yanıt

Just did this on my S4. Instructions were extremely helpful, but I had to remove a screw (step 10.5?) to remove the upper display assembly bracket. Other than that, flawless! Thanks!

JackieME - Yanıt

The 3rd image of the 11th step shows that when the midframe is removed, some parts come along with it (at the bottom part of it). What are these parts? should they be removed too and placed in the new midframe? Are they easy to remove?

Chris - Yanıt

I purchased a blue plastic opening tool(AKA: Spudger) and was able to remove the midframe from the display assembly as per the Step 7. I had to hold the cell phone firmly in my left hand while I gently forced the spudger between the chrome bezel and the midframe with my right hand and heard plastics clips separate and saw the midframe start to separate from the display assembly. Don’t be afraid to get that spudger in and just gently go down the side of the phone and you will hear the plastics clips detach and the midframe to separate more and more until you are able to separate them 100%. I started at the volume button side of the phone in Step 7 and ended at the power button side in Step 9. In Step 10 just make sure all the plastic clips are separated from the midframe and the display assembly so you can pull them apart 100% without breaking them. In Step 11 is just the separating the midframe from the display assembly 100%. So far these instructions have been 100% correct for a Samsung Galaxy S4.

Terry Crawford, Jr. - Yanıt

Use the flat end of a spudger to disconnect the USB board connector. Disconnect the front-facing camera cable connector. Disconnect the earpiece speaker assembly cable connector.
  • Use the flat end of a spudger to disconnect the USB board connector.

  • Disconnect the front-facing camera cable connector.

  • Disconnect the earpiece speaker assembly cable connector.

Does it matter which motherboard I get? Why are there different prices depending on the phone company?

Zoe Carpenter - Yanıt

Disconnect the headphone jack assembly cable connector. Disconnect the display/digitizer cable connector. Disconnect the antenna cable connector.
  • Disconnect the headphone jack assembly cable connector.

  • Disconnect the display/digitizer cable connector.

  • Disconnect the antenna cable connector.

Replacing the S4 advance display, I've broken the plug on motherboard of the antenna, which part should I replace now ?

Second question, when display replaced, the "home" buttton was working just as the "return", did I make a wrong thing ? (perhaps ending the daughterboard) and what is the countermeasure ?

LEMEUR JMarc - Yanıt

My model had an antenna connection next to the usb board connector in addition to the antenna connection near the display cable connector.

Drew - Yanıt

That's point a, on the daughter board (where the USB is located is point b. You must connect it from a to b

djweijers1997 -

Same as Drew. My model has two antenna connections. One as shown, and one on the left side of the motherboard.

Gavin McMorrow - Yanıt

Mine does too. I can't get that one to reconnect. What is it?

seeshelle -

I could not get the screen connector to fit on with the motherboard assembly in place. I had to remove the motherboard assembly, attach the screen connector, and then carefully replace the motherboard assembly, with the screen connector still attached..

Tom4G - Yanıt

Same as Tom4G above. When trying to connect the screen connector, it would not give me that nice clear snap indicating a positive connection. The phone powered up with no screen. So, I disconnected the other connectors again, lifted the motherboard out and connected the screen connector by pinching it with finger and thumb from both sides of the motherboard, this time getting a nice snap when it engaged.

speedrzr -

Remove the single 2.4 mm Phillips #00 screw from the motherboard assembly.
  • Remove the single 2.4 mm Phillips #00 screw from the motherboard assembly.

As Sam Lionheart states at the end of this guide, some of these phones have an additional antenna on the opposite side of the phone. Be sure to detach it before removing the motherboard.

mcr4u2 - Yanıt

Gently remove the motherboard. Hold the motherboard by its edges to prevent ESD damage. Be careful not to snag it on any cables as you extract it from the display assembly.
  • Gently remove the motherboard.

  • Hold the motherboard by its edges to prevent ESD damage. Be careful not to snag it on any cables as you extract it from the display assembly.

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Remove the single 2.4 mm Phillips #00 screw securing the headphone jack assembly to the display assembly.
  • Remove the single 2.4 mm Phillips #00 screw securing the headphone jack assembly to the display assembly.

My assembly had a silver conductive tape shield over the array of components shown in the middle of this photo. I peeled the old one off and attached it in the same location on my new digitizer.

David - Yanıt

Remove the headphone jack assembly.
  • Remove the headphone jack assembly.

The headphone jack is surrounded by rubber. It's kind of squeezed in there. You can pry on it to get it out.

jonathan - Yanıt

I had a quick question there's a little white rubber circular gasket piece that the headphone jack covers up

What's that piece called?

damian lasher - Yanıt

The small rectangular milky-white silicon gasket appears to be a diffuser for ambient light sensor.  I removed it with a small screwdriver, and replaced it in the same location in my new screen assembly.

Nicholas Crisp -

The small rectangular milky-white silicon gasket appears to be a diffuser for an ambient light sensor.  I prised it out of the old assembly and placed it in the new screen assembly.  I also started transferring the components as they were removed from the old screen, so the head-phone jack went straight into the new at this point.  I may regret that later…

Nicholas Crisp -

The angle of the picture here makes it appear like the head phone jack needs to be slid out of the top of the phone. This is impossible due to small bits of plastic holding it in at the top. If you're having trouble, the headphone jack is in fact supposed to lift straight up out of the phone.

sigoshi - Yanıt

Additionally, there might be a small amount of adhesive holding the headphone jack to the board (there was some in my device). Apply a bit of heat to loosen it up, if needed.

Mikolaj Banasik - Yanıt

it is easy to pop off, if you apply pressure to the right point. Using a plastic pair of tweezers or a pry tool, push at the lower right corner and gradually increase the pressure, if you apply enough pressure it will just pop right off.

Wissmiller Services - Yanıt

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To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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I accidentally inserted an electric pin instead of the auxiliary jack into the head phone jack assembly. There was a loud screeching sound and ever since then the head phones do not work. However, I can play music through the phone speaker and also with Bluetooth. I cannot listen to music with my ear buds or head phones or with auxiliary speakers. I have replaced the jack assembly with a new one and yet it is the same. What more can I do to rectify this?

Guy Paranavitana - Yanıt

Did you ever get help on this? Having the same problem.

Jace Blackburn -

Me too have same problem....did u got it fixed or not?...if yes how u did it...?

reone -

I too am having this issue. I assume we have fried the amp for external audio with wtv current we happened to let touch our aux ports. Sounds like I bigger issue to fix. Just still wondering if I can.

Zadboy Tanaka -

Where do you even get the part?

Albert Einstein -

Hi all,

I own a Galaxy s4 SGH-I337, No sound comes out of the right earbud with wire.

Bluetooth works fine in stereo.

I suspect the haedphone Jack plug to be broken, i order a new one on ebay now for 5$, i'll let you know when i've tried this repair.

Ewouik - Yanıt

I own a Galaxy S4 SGH-I337 whose headphone jack does not work for the right ear.

However bluetooth works well in stereo, thus i suspect the jack module.

I am buying a new jack on ebay for 5 $ and will let you know when i receive it and install it.

... to be continued...

Ewouik - Yanıt

Thanks to Sam Lionheart for this guide. It was clear and easy to follow. It gave me the instructions I needed to solve my problem - headphones etc. were no longer making good connections with my Galaxy S-4 jack - and for about $7 I was able to completely fix the issue.

Steve Heimann - Yanıt

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