How to Disassemble Samsung Galaxy S6?

Announced in March 2015, and released April 10, 2015, the Galaxy S6 is the next flagship in the Galaxy line. But is there any difference between disassembling S6 and other galaxy series of smart phones? Let’s have a look in details!
As before, please make sure that you have powered off your cell phone before disassembling.
Step 1: Take out the SIM card tray with an eject pin.

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Step 2: Use a Heat Gun or Insulated Heat Bag to heat up the battery door of Samsung Galaxy S6.

Then separate the battery door with Suction Cup, Triangle Guitar Pick or Roller Opening Tool.

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Step 3: Remove the screws in rear housing.Heat up the LCD assembly and separate the rear housing from LCD assembly.

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Step 4: Remove power and volume button with flex cable.

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Step 5: Pry up charging chip flex cable on rearing housing.

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Step 6: Pry up LCD assembly connector, front camera connector, battery connector, earpiece connector and home button flex cable connector.

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Step 7: Pry up battery with a Spudger.

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Step 8: Remove front camera, earpiece and vibrating motor.

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Step 9: Remove back camera, Bluetooth cable and Wi-Fi signal cable.

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Step 10: Remove earphone jack screws. Heat up the LCD assembly to release front housing. Then pry up navigation light stickers.

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Step 11: Gently pry up home button with flex.

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Now, it is finished.

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If you want to reassemble the mobile phone, please follow the steps above in reverse order.

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