Note 8 Teardown – Screen Replacement, Battery swap – Youtube

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All Samsung Note 8 Replacement Parts:
Lets teardown the Galaxy Note 8. This is the same phone that I did my durability test on, as well as turned the back glass clear. (Thats why the glass is clear at the end of the video). And now its time to see how hard it is to replace the screen on the Galaxy Note 8, as well as swap out the Note 8 battery in a few years when it starts to die. Smartphone batteries dont last forever. Luckily replacement parts for the Galaxy Note 8 arent that expensive (Well the screen is expensive) But Everything else isnt so bad, especially as the device gets older.

What questions do you have about the Galaxy Note 8 teardown? Would you ever attempt a project like this on your own?

This video shows how I replace the screen, the charging port, and the battery all inside the Galaxy Note 8. Pretty similar to the previous Samsung phones like the Galaxy s6, s7, and s8 series.

Awesome iPhone Tool Kit:
Green Pry tool:
Metal phone opening tool:

T-SHIRTS:
The camera I used to film this video:
The Lens I used for this video:
Wide angle lens:
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This is the drone I use:

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Video Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Me76mxespME