How to Remove the Battery from Samsung Galaxy S6

We have told you more than once that Galaxy S6 does not have a microSD card slot, that the device is not water-resistant and that it doesn’t come with a battery that can be swapped out by the user. Are things really like that? If you care about your warranty and you are a newbie, then yes, leave things as they are.

However, if this is not your case, then keep in mind the fact that even this device’s battery is technically removable and you can actually change the battery, but only if you carefully read and apply the instruction from below exactly as they are given. In fact, the very same procedure can be found even on the user manual of Galaxy S6, so be sure of the fact that it trully works and that it has been tested.

Keep in mind that this guide is only for professional purpose only and not for your own curiosity. If you like to explore and lean as much as possible about your device, we have plenty of other guides for you such as.

With these being said, don’t try to open it if you don’t know what you are doing. We cannot be held responsible if you damage your phone. We strongly recommend not to start such a guide if you have not professional skills.

How to Remove the Battery of your Galaxy S6:

  1. First of all, you have to turn off your handset;
  2. Then, remove the SIM card tray before starting to remove the back cover and the battery; use the Ejector Pin to take it out;
  3. After the SIM card trey is removed, you must remove the back cover;
  4. Now, you must remove all the screws securing the middle frame;
  5. Once the middle frame with the NFC chip is removed, the take care of those six connectors that hold and secure the motherboard. This will then expose the device’s battery, which is a 3.85 v, 2550 mAh, 9.82 li-ion variant (it also exposes the handset’s rear and front cameras);
  6. Next you have to remove the Circuit Board from your Galaxy S6 device;
  7. You have to use the Metal Spudger tool and insert it carefully into the gap between the battery and screen assembly to pry it up as long as the battery is adhered to the device’s AMOLED display directly! Like that, you can disconnect the battery connector;
  8. At the end, you just have to remove the battery on your Galaxy S6 smartphone and that was all.

As for the fact that Galaxy S6 does not have a microSD card slot and that it isn’t water-resistant, there is nothing that we can do about it! We can only hope that you have enough space for your media collection and be careful about the fact that even a small amount of water contact might determine a technical defect of your precious smartphone. In such a case, don’t hesitate to learn How to check Water Damage on Samsung Galaxy S6 by using this detailed guide.

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