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[* black] Insert wisdom hereSamsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Repairability Score: '''8 out of 10 (10 is easiest to repair).'''
[* green] Once the rear case is off, five different components can be easily replaced without removing any other parts.
[* green] The front glass and LCD can be replaced individually, as they are not fused together.
[* green] All screws are Phillips #0, and there are only five different length screws.
[* green] Components are modular. The absence of complicated ribbon cables makes replacing individual components easy.
[* yellow] The rear case is held on by a lot of clips and a couple screws. There is no adhesive, but the clips can be tricky.
[* red] In order to remove the battery, you first have to disconnect 4 cables and some tape.
[* red] The inner frame and some other components are held in with more adhesive than necessary
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[* black] Insert wisdom hereSamsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Repairability Score: '''8 out of 10 (10 is easiest to repair).'''
[* green] Once the rear case is off, five different components can be easily replaced without removing any other parts.
[* green] The front glass and LCD can be replaced individually, as they are not fused together.
[* green] All screws are Phillips #0, and there are only five different length screws.
[* green] Components are modular. The absence of complicated ribbon cables makes replacing individual components easy.
[* yellow] The rear case is held on by a lot of clips and a couple screws. There is no adhesive, but the clips can be tricky.
[* red] In order to remove the battery, you first have to disconnect 4 cables and some tape.
[* red] The inner frame and some other components are held in with more adhesive than necessary
.