samsung galaxy tab a sm-t295 disassembly

Samsung Galaxy Tab A disassembly

Disassembling a Samsung Galaxy Tab A can be a complex task and requires precision and caution to avoid damaging the device. Here's a general guide on how to disassemble a Samsung Galaxy Tab A. Please note that disassembling your device may void the warranty, so proceed at your own risk.

samsung galaxy tab a disassembly

Disassembly/Repair of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0'' (2019) SM-T295 mobile device, with a description of each step and the necessary equipment.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A SM-T290/T295 Disassembly 

Remember to switch off your phone before dismantling.
Use a paperclip or the key tool (also known as a needle). Pull the SIM and Memory card (Micro SD) tray out by inserting the tip all the way into the hole till the tray ejects.

Disassembling Tab T 295

Keep an eye out! On the edge of the phone's housing, there is a hole that the tool must fit into. Keep your pressure moderate. The tray eject mechanism could become damaged.
Carefully pry apart the back cover clips around the edge using a spudger or plastic pick, then take it off.
Never bend or deeply insert the instrument. Otherwise, it might be tampered with or the housing might get hurt.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 T290 Glass Screen

When removing the cover from the side with the volume and power buttons, use caution. It is simple to damage thin cables and delicate buttons.
The bracket holding the connectors can be removed by unscrewing the two screws with a screwdriver (Phillips 1.5 mm PH000).

Galaxy Tab A Front Screen Replacement

As soon as you can, disconnect the battery connector.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0'' (2019) SM-T295 model contains a battery with a capacity of 5100 mAh, sometimes known as a rechargeable battery, called the SCUD-WT-N8.
Disconnecting the connector is strongly advised to prevent potential short circuits during disassembly.
Additionally, make sure to carefully unplug the connector for the rechargeable battery without using a metal tool.

Samsung Tab A 8.0 2019 T295 LCD Assembly

The seven screws should be removed with a 1.5 mm Phillips screwdriver (PH000).
Before disassembly, make sure you write down where the screws are located. Screwing the screw in the wrong spot during assembly runs the risk of breaking the device or its components. The removed screws and individual components (such as brackets or gaskets) must be arranged in the proper sequence to prevent damage, or the screws and the phone's mounting holes must be color-coded.

How to disassemble Samsung Galaxy Tab A T290/T295

The two loudspeakers and antennae assembly must be removed.

Disconnect the daughterboard's mainboard cables from the coaxial cable connector.

The connectors are fairly flimsy and readily break, or the cable falls out of the end (lug), if you tug on the cable or pry it with a sharp object.

Tools you may need

  1. Heat gun or hairdryer
  2. Plastic pry tools
  3. Phillips screwdriver
  4. Tweezers
  5. Suction cup (optional)
  6. Guitar pick or thin plastic card


  1. Power off the tablet: Make sure the tablet is powered off before you start disassembly.
  2. Remove the back cover: Use a heat gun or hairdryer to heat the edges of the tablet. This softens the adhesive holding the back cover. Once heated, use a plastic pry tool or a guitar pick to carefully pry open the back cover. Start from one corner and work your way around the edges.
  3. Disconnect the battery: After removing the back cover, locate the battery connector on the motherboard. Use a plastic pry tool or tweezers to gently disconnect the battery connector from the motherboard.
  4. Remove screws (if any): Some tablets may have screws holding components in place. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove any screws you find.
  5. Separate the front assembly from the rear case: Carefully detach the front assembly (LCD screen and digitizer) from the rear case. You may need to use a plastic pry tool or guitar pick to gently separate the two components. Be cautious around the edges to avoid damaging the screen or other components.
  6. Disconnect cables and components: Once the front assembly is separated, locate and disconnect any cables or connectors attached to the motherboard, such as the display cable, camera module, etc. Use tweezers or a plastic pry tool to gently lift the connectors.
  7. Remove the motherboard: Unscrew the screws holding the motherboard in place, if any, and carefully lift the motherboard out of the rear case. Be gentle and make sure all connectors are disconnected before lifting the motherboard.
  8. Access other components: Depending on what you need to access or repair, you may need to further disassemble the tablet to access specific components such as the camera, speakers, or charging port. Follow similar steps to disconnect cables and screws holding these components in place.
  9. Reassembly: Once you've completed your repairs or maintenance, reassemble the tablet by following these steps in reverse order. Make sure all cables are properly connected, and components are securely in place before snapping the back cover back on.

Remember to proceed with caution and patience, and if you're not comfortable with disassembling electronic devices, it's best to seek professional help to avoid causing any damage.

galaxy tab a disassembly

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