Question about Samsung SGH-a777 Cell Phone
Well to get a good idea of how to take a phone apart, I'd suggest that you take a look at these three take apart tutorials that I've written.
Taking apart a cell phone is very much same from model to model, brand to brand, pretty much the same basic things.
1. Remove all screws, check under soft objects, labels etc for hidden screws.
2. then casing is most likely held in place with plastic clips only.
and go from there.
I have alot of samsung service manuals but unfortunately they expect the mechanic to be able to take apart the phone without instructions, so they don't have any take apart instructions.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Remove the two screws on the panel on top of the Nano and remove the top panel.
Use a case opener tool to pop the plastic screen cover off the unit.
Slide the screen up to expose the orange ribbon cable on the bottom of the screen that connects to the motherboard.
Unplug the orange ribbon cable from its port and slide the screen out of the Nano.
Fit a new screen in the Nano and plug the ribbon cable into the port.
Replace the screen cover and top panel of the Nano.
hope this helps
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