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  1. With a plastic opening tool, gently insert the prying end in between the glass digitizer and the silver frame from the front of the device. With a plastic opening tool, gently insert the prying end in between the glass digitizer and the silver frame from the front of the device.
    • With a plastic opening tool, gently insert the prying end in between the glass digitizer and the silver frame from the front of the device.

    I tried this with my Galaxy Tab A. I only wanted to remove the front and rear cameras.

    wmcarroll13 - Responder

    How hard do i need to push the plastic part? i tried it but i wont pop off.

    Emil Klock - Responder

  2. Working slowly and carefully, move around the entirety of the face of the device. Small plastic clips should release, if not, apply gentle outwards pressure until you hear the clips popping off. Working slowly and carefully, move around the entirety of the face of the device. Small plastic clips should release, if not, apply gentle outwards pressure until you hear the clips popping off. Working slowly and carefully, move around the entirety of the face of the device. Small plastic clips should release, if not, apply gentle outwards pressure until you hear the clips popping off.
    • Working slowly and carefully, move around the entirety of the face of the device. Small plastic clips should release, if not, apply gentle outwards pressure until you hear the clips popping off.

    I used a dull knife blade and just slide it along the grove. You may have to slide the knife back and forth a couple of times but, the cover will unsnap.

    wmcarroll13 - Responder

  3. To begin actual removal of the battery itself, remove the four designated screws with your screwdriver. Once the screws are removed, use either the tip of your screwdriver or a pair of tweezers to pull up the battery connector. Pull directly up and the connector should pop out. Once the battery is removed, it should look as it does in the third picture.
    • To begin actual removal of the battery itself, remove the four designated screws with your screwdriver.

    • Once the screws are removed, use either the tip of your screwdriver or a pair of tweezers to pull up the battery connector. Pull directly up and the connector should pop out.

    • Once the battery is removed, it should look as it does in the third picture.

    Gently lift the battery from the inside edge using the battery connector. The battery is hinged on the outside edge by two plastic protrusions which fit into the plastic frame where the battery is located.

    markiratcliffe1 - Responder

    Because I was only removing the cameras, I did not have to touch the battery. However on the motherboard; there are 4 screws up top you have to remove. Where your headphones plug in; gently pull up the connector away from the board. Tilt the motherboard up at a 45-60 degree angle. With a pair of tweezers, pull both cameras up (one at a time) while pulling side to side. The connectors will slide out. Then make sure the bottom of motherboard is slipped under small tabs then replace screws up top. Snap connector for earphones back into place.

    wmcarroll13 - Responder

  4. To finish battery replacement, place your new battery where the old battery was in your device, as shown in the picture.
    • To finish battery replacement, place your new battery where the old battery was in your device, as shown in the picture.

    Don't forget to insert the battery on the outside edge first, locating the plastic protrusions into the frame around the battery. Use the tip of your screwdriver to push down on the protrusions to locate them in the frame. Once the battery is located correctly, it should sit flush with the frame that surrounds it.

    markiratcliffe1 - Responder

    No explanation of how to separate the glass from the body in order to access the battery.

    randyshelly - Responder

    Its the 1st step, pry tool down between glass and edge, all the way round. It has pressure clips

    robert.stevens89 - Responder

  5. Begin replacement of the motherboard by releasing all connections holding down the motherboard, shown in the first picture. To do this, use your spudger, tweezers, or a plastic opening tool and gently lift the connections up from their ports. Once you separate all connections, the back of your device should look as it does in the third picture.
    • Begin replacement of the motherboard by releasing all connections holding down the motherboard, shown in the first picture.

    • To do this, use your spudger, tweezers, or a plastic opening tool and gently lift the connections up from their ports.

    • Once you separate all connections, the back of your device should look as it does in the third picture.

  6. Once all connections have been released, begin removing the screws shown in the first two pictures. Once all screws have been removed, the motherboard can now be removed and replaced with a new one. Once all screws have been removed, the motherboard can now be removed and replaced with a new one.
    • Once all connections have been released, begin removing the screws shown in the first two pictures.

    • Once all screws have been removed, the motherboard can now be removed and replaced with a new one.

Conclusão

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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So I will add to this, please do not take the back case off as shown here, it will cause damage to the case and will not snap back in place properly. The casing comes off around the digitizer itself, if you decide to do this yourself slide your spudger or plastic pick along the sides of the screen, applying enough pressure to snap the casing from the screens frame. I work on Samsung tablets for a living and know doing it the way they show will cause damage to the casing. Basically what is shown in step 2 of removing the silver frame is what you should do first, not in separate steps. If you don't have any warranty then by all means do it how you want, if you have warranty dont do this as it can void your warranty.

Travis - Responder

Even if's it's not a screen replacement instruction it really help me start on the replacement. Thanks for the help

Stephane Venne - Responder

Hi, do other models of the Samsung tablets fit the sm-210r?

If so which ones?

sergek2 - Responder

Where can I get a motherboard for a T-211?++My email is gemartin46@gmail.com

Thanks

George Earl Martin - Responder

Am i able to just replace the hard drive or remove it and put it on a different motherboard? My device wont charge or turn on despite having a fully charged battery.....

mike - Responder

There isn't a hard drive but flash storage soldered on the mobo (motherboard). It might be repairable but (I think) you have to get a new one. To get your storage you have to: desolder the storage and solder it back on the new mobo. It is very hard to do this so I recommend you take this to a tech repair shop.

Zeus The Cat -

I replace my motherboard. Right now when I try to open it, the startup does not complete. It just Show me samsung on the screen and stay like that for hours, what is the problem?

my email is abrahamcadet95@gmail.com

ABRAHAM CADET - Responder

Maybe you should try flashing stock ROM with Odin? Follow this tutorial for how to flash with Odin: https://android.gadgethacks.com/how-to/u...

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