2019年11月28日

How to replace Samsung Galaxy S10 Rear-facing Camera

The Samsung Galaxy S10 has a complex internal structure, which contains lots of parts and elements. Since we have demonstrated how to replace the Samsung S10 LCD display screen previously, here we would like to show you how to replace the Samsung S10 rear-facing camera in steps. Let’s get all the tools ready and take the process on it.


1. Teardown the phone

Use a mobile phone opening tool to separate and take down the back cover. Loosen the Phillips screws and remove the plastic cover with wireless charging coil, and then disconnect the battery flex cable. Loosen the seven screws and remove the loudspeaker. Disconnect the flex cables and then remove the parts, which include a headphone jack and the front-facing camera, disconnect the mainboard flex cable as well. Loosen the three screws on the mainboard, and then eject and take out the SIM card holder.


2. Replace the rear-facing camera

After the mainboard is loosened, make sure all the flex cables are disconnected on the mainboard. It is time to take the mainboard off from the phone for rear-facing camera replacement. Flip over the mainboard and then we can see the rear-facing camera is fixing on the board with two connectors. Gently pry and disconnect the cables and remove the camera from the board, and then install the new camera on it. Make sure no fingerprint, dust or dirt left on the camera lens, then connect the flex cables.


3. Reassemble the phone

After the new Samsung Galaxy S10 rear-facing camera replacement is completed, then let’s move to the final step of the Samsung S10 reassemble. Firstly, install the mainboard back and make sure it is on the position as it used to be. Insert the SIM card holder back and then fixing the mainboard with the three screws. Install the front-facing camera and the headphone jack back on the board, then connect the mainboard flex cable. Place the loudspeaker back and fixing it with the seven screws. Connect the battery flex cable back and then place the plastic cover back. Fixing the cover with eight screws. Turn on the phone and test the new camera, make sure it is working ok. Then attach a new back cover adhesive on the back cover and seal up the cover.


The whole process may be a little complicated for us, but we have to be careful. Don’t damage the internal parts and the flexes, and don’t lose the tiny screws. For more details about the Samsung S10 rear-facing camera replacement, please go to our website blog or leave your comments if you have any questions.


How to Replace Samsung Galaxy S10 Rear-facing camera  


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2019年11月21日

Why Face ID failed after iPhone X Display Screen Replacement

The iPhone X series’ face ID system is a complex component. That’s why the face ID issue bothers a lot on daily using. Sometimes it failed on recognition and we don’t know why, especially when we have our iPhone X fixed or the display screen replaced with the LCD screen digitizer. Here we are trying to analysis this problem and bring our suggestion as well on the iPhone X face ID.


1. The iPhone X face ID working Theory

The iPhone X face ID component consists of three main parts: the iPhone X infrared front camera, the flood illuminator, and the dot projector. Together with the face ID component on the module, there are proximity sensors, ambient light sensors, the front camera, the ear speaker and the microphone. When you hold your iPhone and activate the face ID for recognition, the flood illuminator is on and detects if the object is a human face. Then it will send the detected face image to CPU. The dot projector will project over three million dots on your face, catching the reflection from your face and sent to the EEPROM for detection. If the face image accord with the original data, then the CPU will get the command and unlock your iPhone. Mostly, this process is very quick.


2. Reasons why face ID failed after display screen replacement

There are usually two reasons your face ID failed for recognition after the display screen is replaced. For one reason, the cable or the FPC might be damaged during the process of display screen replacement. Some mistakes in the procedure may cost the damage to the face ID system, for example, the battery flex cable should be first disconnected after the original display is separated, and the last to connect after the new display screen is installed. During the screen replacement, don’t touch the dot projector because the static electricity from your body might cause damage to the face ID. Besides, don’t break the flexes, just be careful. Another reason is dust or filth on the glass cover of the dot projector may cause the face ID failed on recognition. Keeping it clean with no dust.


3. Tips on solving face ID failed recognition issue

For the first solution, you should close all opened or suspended Apps and then rest the face ID. Besides, you can manage face ID attention options and settings. There are two Face ID options you can turn on or off as you would prefer. These are the Require Attention for Face ID and Attention Aware Features. For the last solution, reset all settings, and make sure your operating system is updated to the latest version.


As a final conclusion, you should be careful about your iPhone X repair, especially for display screen replacement. Mistakes in the repair process may cause permanent damage to the face ID. Besides, you can check the iPhone X replacement parts in our stores, such as our iPhone OLED display screen and digitizer assembly replacement here. You can also contact us if you have an interest in our new coming iPhone 11 replacement parts. Any questions will be answered in 24 hours if you have emailed us.

  


Posted by phoneparts at 17:25Comments(0)iPhone