How to Disassemble Samsung Galaxy S5 mini Display Assembly?

To disassemble your Samsung Galaxy S5 mini may be not as difficult as you imagine if you follow the appropriate steps. Here, hytparts.com offers detailed disassembling guides and how to replace the Samsung Galaxy S5 mini Display Assembly.
Make sure you have powered off the smartphone before disassembly.
Step 1: Use a plastic opening tool to insert into the slot between the Samsung Galaxy S5 mini Battery Cover and middle frame plate. Then gently pull off the back cover.

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Step 2: Use plastic opening tool or just your finger to pry the battery away from the phone.

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Step 3: Use a prying tool to pry up the midframe connector panel, and then remove it from the phone.

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Step 4: Use a plastic opening bar or an opening guitar to separate the front screen and the Samsung Galaxy S5 mini Middle Plate Housing. Please handle it gently because they are still connected by a flex cable.

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Step 5: Slightly lift the display assembly away from the frame.

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Step 6: Use a spudger or plastic opening tool to pry up the home button cable connector.

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Step 7: Lift the display assembly up from the bottom of the phone.

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Step 8: Remove the front panel assembly cable connector from the socket on the motherboard with a spudger or plastic opening tool. Pull the display assembly away from the phone to remove it.

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Now, the whole process is complete. Please follow the steps in reverse order to reassemble it.

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