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You can also learn how the repair the broken parts of your Note 3.

この分解は修理ガイドでは ありません。 お持ちのSamsung Galaxy Note 3を修理する際は、iFixitの修理ガイドをご利用ください。

  1. Turn the device off and remove the back cover and battery. The Galaxy Note 3 battery is removable, making it easy to remove it without any tool.
    • Turn the device off and remove the back cover and battery. The Galaxy Note 3 battery is removable, making it easy to remove it without any tool.

  2. The back chassis is fastened by twelve Philips screws, so we have to undo the screws with the Philips screwdrivers. The back chassis is fastened by twelve Philips screws, so we have to undo the screws with the Philips screwdrivers.
    • The back chassis is fastened by twelve Philips screws, so we have to undo the screws with the Philips screwdrivers.

  3. Pull out the S pen and use spudger to release the back chassis. Then the chassis is separated from the rest of the device. Pull out the S pen and use spudger to release the back chassis. Then the chassis is separated from the rest of the device. Pull out the S pen and use spudger to release the back chassis. Then the chassis is separated from the rest of the device.
    • Pull out the S pen and use spudger to release the back chassis. Then the chassis is separated from the rest of the device.

  4. Disconnect seven cable connectors to remove the mainboard. Then the board is free. Disconnect seven cable connectors to remove the mainboard. Then the board is free. Disconnect seven cable connectors to remove the mainboard. Then the board is free.
    • Disconnect seven cable connectors to remove the mainboard. Then the board is free.

  5. PCラップトップ用バッテリー

    An easy fix for a big power boost.

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    PCラップトップ用バッテリー

    An easy fix for a big power boost.

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  6. Take out the rear camera on the board. Take out the rear camera on the board.
    • Take out the rear camera on the board.

  7. Use plastic case to release the antenna cable clips and remove the antenna cable. Use plastic case to release the antenna cable clips and remove the antenna cable.
    • Use plastic case to release the antenna cable clips and remove the antenna cable.

  8. Use spudger to remove the USB board with proper strength because the USB board is stuck with glue. Use spudger to remove the USB board with proper strength because the USB board is stuck with glue.
    • Use spudger to remove the USB board with proper strength because the USB board is stuck with glue.

  9. Undo the screw used to fasten the earphone jack and earphone and remove them. Undo the screw used to fasten the earphone jack and earphone and remove them.
    • Undo the screw used to fasten the earphone jack and earphone and remove them.

  10. Remove the small metal bracket covering the front facing camera and sensor cable. Then remove the front camera and sensor cable. Remove the small metal bracket covering the front facing camera and sensor cable. Then remove the front camera and sensor cable.
    • Remove the small metal bracket covering the front facing camera and sensor cable. Then remove the front camera and sensor cable.

  11. Use screwdriver to pry out the vibrating motor. Please be noted the motor is adhered to the front chassis and connected with the power button. Please lift it up carefully to avoid damaging the power button cable. Use screwdriver to pry out the vibrating motor. Please be noted the motor is adhered to the front chassis and connected with the power button. Please lift it up carefully to avoid damaging the power button cable.
    • Use screwdriver to pry out the vibrating motor. Please be noted the motor is adhered to the front chassis and connected with the power button. Please lift it up carefully to avoid damaging the power button cable.

  12. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 teardown is complete.
    • The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 teardown is complete.

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is it possible to use a Sprint Galaxy Note 3 USB port on a T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3?

Michael Paredes - 返信

It will fit, but the antenna are different. The phone will not work properly: the wireless reception will be worse.

Charles Hart -

I did exactly that and I haven't noticed any difference at all. My phone works and charges perfectly now, and all it took was 12 bucks and a little patience. Good luck!

Elizabeth Day -

I have a T-Mobile note 3 but can I use a sprint housing and lcd

john - 返信

Is it possible to swap out the motherboard of a GSM note 3 and put it in a live demo unit, to make it fully functional?

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