Samsung A2 core disassembly

Samsung Galaxy A2 CORE(SM-A260F) Disassembly

Disassembling a smartphone like the Samsung A2 Core requires careful handling and some specialized tools. Keep in mind that disassembling your device may void any warranty you have, and there's always a risk of damaging components if you're not careful. 

Samsung Galaxy A2 CORE(SM-A260F) Disassembly

If you're not experienced with electronics repair, it's recommended to seek professional assistance.

Samsung Galaxy A2 CORE disassembly

However, if you're confident and have experience with this kind of work.

here are general steps to disassemble a Samsung A2 Core

  1. Power Off: Make sure your device is powered off before you begin.
  2. Remove the Back Cover: Many smartphones have back covers that can be pried off with a thin tool, such as a plastic opening tool or guitar pick. Be gentle to avoid damaging the cover or any clips holding it in place.
  3. Remove the Battery (if possible): If the battery is removable, carefully disconnect it from the device. This usually involves removing a few screws and gently lifting the battery connector.
  4. Remove Screws: Look for screws around the perimeter of the device and in other locations like near the charging port or headphone jack. Keep track of these screws as they may be different sizes.
  5. Separate the Front Assembly: The screen assembly is usually held in place with clips around the edges. Use a plastic opening tool to carefully separate the front assembly from the rest of the device. Take your time and work your way around the edges.
  6. Disconnect Cables and Flex Cables: Inside the device, you'll find various cables connecting the motherboard to the screen assembly, cameras, and other components. Use a plastic spudger or tweezers to disconnect these cables carefully.
  7. Remove Components: Once you've disconnected all the cables, you should be able to remove the motherboard, cameras, and other components from the device chassis. Be gentle and watch for any additional screws or adhesive holding these components in place.
  8. Reassembly: If you've successfully disassembled the device for repair or maintenance, reassembly is the reverse of the disassembly process. Make sure all cables are properly connected, and screws are tightened to the correct torque specifications.
Remember, these are general steps, and the exact process may vary slightly depending on the specific model of your Samsung A2 Core and any modifications made during manufacturing. Always proceed with caution and consider seeking professional help if you're unsure.

Samsung Galaxy A2 CORE(SM-A260F) Disassembly

You are seeing the teardown of the Samsung Galaxy a 2 core . We'll start by removing the sim tray and if you need any tools, there are links in the description. The backplate must first be heated using a hair dryer or heat gun in order to loosen the glue below. 

The backplate can then be removed with a plastic pry tool. Here is your plastic backplate, and removing it was a breeze. You shouldn't have too much issue with it because there isn't much adhesive on the back. Right now, there are 17 Phillips screws that need to be removed, so once they are all gone, we'll go on to.

Disassembling a Samsung Galaxy A2 Core (SM-A260F) requires precision and care. Here's a general guide to disassemble it:

Tools Needed

  • Heat gun or hairdryer
  • Plastic opening tools (spudger, guitar pick, etc.)
  • Phillips screwdriver (usually size #00)
  • Tweezers
  • Plastic card or prying tool
  • Suction cup (optional)

Your plastic back housing is now available. The NFC antenna is right here on the interior portion, along with a few cables and antenna flex on the rear. You have a layer of graphite coating right here, and your main loudspeaker is over there.

The battery cable should be disconnected first, and then you can proceed to unplug the remaining cables. The screen cable, which is located below the connector over here, and the main board, which is over here, are connected to the bottom sub board by this flex cable.

The majority of the parts are replaceable, and disassembling it is really simple. The battery doesn't have any simple pull tips to assist you take it out, so you'll need some isopropyl, alcohol, or you'll have to apply some heat to get the battery out before you can put the phone back together, which is the main drawback in my opinion. 

You're finished after you've put all of your screws back into place, replaced your backplate, applied fresh glue, and turned on your phone. I sincerely hope you all enjoyed this video. If you would want to see more, please subscribe and turn on the notification.


Always proceed with caution when disassembling electronic devices, and be mindful of fragile components and ribbon cables. If you're unsure or uncomfortable with any step of the process, it's best to seek assistance from a professional technician.
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