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Here are some simple easy to follow instructions for replacing the battery in your Samsung Galaxy S6 mobile phone:
1. Insert paper clip or sim eject tool into the hole in the SIM card slot on the side of the phone and eject the SIM card tray.
2. Place your phone face down and use a hairdryer or heatpack to loosen the adhesive holding the back panel glass to the phone for about 60 seconds. If the glass is shattered apply packing tape to the back of the phone to hold it in place.
3. Use a heavy-duty suction cup and apply it to the lower half of the rear glass panel. Apply pressure to the middle of the phone while also pulling up the lower edge. If this is too hard to do, reapply more heat using the hairdryer or heatpack to further loosen the adhesive.
4. Once there is a clear gap between the glass panel and the rest of the phone, use a device opening pick or even a guitar pick and slide it underneath the glass. Slide the pick slowly around the entire bottom of the phone.
5. Pull up the glass using the suction cup while holding down the rest of the phone. Slide the pick under the glass again if you encounter too much resistance.
6. Just before the entire back panel comes off, slide the pick under the top of the phone to loosen the adhesive and then twist the pick to separate the glass from the phone
7. Remove the 13 3.5mm Phillips #00 screws securing the midframe to the phone. After removing all the screws lift up on the midframe assembly while firmly grasping the edge and pushing down on the battery itself to remove the midframe from the phone.
8. Use a flathead screwdriver to disconnect the small battery connector to the left of the camera.
9. Insert the pick to the right edge of the battery and slowly insert it further under the battery until it is able to be removed easily from the device. If you meet too much resistance, reapply the hairdryer or heatpack to loosen the adhesive even more.
10. Insert the new battery and reconnect the cables. Attach and screw in the midframe assembly.
11. Remove any old adhesive stuck to the glass or midframe assembly using tweezers, and then reapply new adhesive to the back of the glass. Then attach the new glass to the phone.