Galaxy S20 - USB board replacement

  • Galaxy S20
  • 12 Steps
  • Medium
  • 60 min.
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Your Galaxy S20 no longer charges.

Your Samsung Galaxy S20 doesn't recognize your charger cable and can't be charged? Then replacing the USB board will help you fix this problem. In this repair guide we will show you how the individual steps of this repair work.

For each step you will find detailed photos and a short video summary. Just click on the play button in the upper right corner of each step.

And now good luck with the repair!

Required tools

  • Flat Picks

    Flat Picks

    You need a very flat tool such as a flat pick to pry out parts that are glued in place.

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  • Heat gun

    Heat gun

    You can use a heat gun to heat parts that are glued on so they’re easier to remove. In most cases, you can also use a hairdryer.

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  • For storing screws

    For storing screws

    We recommend storing your screws so you don’t mix up the various screws and small parts.

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  • iFlex opening tool

    iFlex opening tool

    Opening your smartphone can be a very delicate operation, especially if the glue is very persistent. The blade of the flexible but sturdy iFlex measures just 0.15 mm, so it fits in even the smallest gaps, such as between the screen and the frame. The practical iFlex is made of stainless steel and sits comfortably in the hand. This makes it the perfect assistant for every smartphone repair.

    €10.00 at the iDoc store
  • iPlastix

    iPlastix

    Do you want to open your smartphone or lever out large parts like the battery? Then the iPlastix with its large blade will help you. The practical assistant is made of flexible, especially sturdy plastic and lies comfortably in the hand. Thanks to its design, you can even get into smaller gaps, for example to lift the screen or to prevent it from sticking together again.

    €10.00 at the iDoc store
  • Plastic prying tool

    Plastic prying tool

    You need a flat plastic prying tool to disconnect the various plugs and connectors.

    €2.00 at the iDoc store
  • Phillips PH00 screwdriver

    Phillips PH00 screwdriver

    You need the right screwdriver for removing PH00 screws.

    €13.00 at the iDoc store

Required replacement part

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Replacement parts and tools for this repair

Our tools plus the right spare part help you fix your device easily.

Getting started with the repair of your Galaxy S20

If you get stuck or have questions, you can post a comment. We’d be happy to help.

12 steps
  1. Switching off the device

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    1. Switch off the device at the beginning to avoid short circuits during the repair.

    If the screen can no longer be used due to damage, the device is switched off by disconnecting the battery.




  2. Removing the back cover

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    Used tools

    The Samsung Galaxy S20 is opened via the heavily bonded glass back cover.

    1. Heat the frame of the device with hot air to about 60-80 degrees. Heating it makes the backcover's adhesive easier to remove.
    2. Take a suction cup and place it on the bottom of the device.
    3. Pull the suction cup and guide your flat opening tool into the resulting gap.

    The iFlex opening tool, which is made of thin, strong metal, is very suitable for removing such glued back covers. Once inserted, we recommend using a plastic tool, as this will not scratch the frame and back cover.You can also use an iSclack instead of a suction cup. This tool works like a pair of pliers with suction cups on both sides.

    1. Insert a narrow plectrum into the already loosened part so that the glue does not reattach.
    2. Guide your tool along the entire edge of the back cover.
    Warm up the tool from time to time and work carefully to avoid breaking the glass. This step takes some time.
    1. In the area of the camera you should also take care not to insert your tool too far into the device.
    Please note: Once the device has been opened for the first time, a hundred percent protection against the ingress of dust and liquids can no longer be guaranteed.
    Used tools
  3. Removing the charging coil

    • 5 × 4,0 mm Phillips
    1. Remove the Phillips screws of equal length from the charging coil.

    An iDoc magnetic pad can help you sort screws and smaller components.

    1. The coil is slightly glued to the speaker. Loosen the glue and remove the cover. It is slightly hooked at the top end.
  4. Disconnecting the battery

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    Used tools
    • Battery Connector
    1. Now disconnect the battery with a plastic spudger.

    Pay attention to the small components next to the battery connector. Lever from the other side to avoid accidentally damaging them.


    Used tools
  5. Removing the speaker

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    • 5 × 4,0 mm Phillips
    1. Loosen the Phillips screws that secure the speaker in the unit.
    2. Then lift up the speaker and take it out.
  6. Removing the USB board

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    • Connector
    • 3 × 4,0 mm Phillips

    In the lower part of the device is the USB board where the charging socket is located.

    1. Loosen the three screws.
    2. Use a spudger to lift the board slightly upwards and pull it carefully out of the frame.
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  8. Inserting the USB board

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    • Connector
    • 3 × 4,0 mm Phillips
    1. To insert the board a bit easier, bend the long flex cables carefully to the back.
    2. Position the USB board diagonally at the bottom of the device and then push it into the frame.
    3. Fasten the Phillips screws.

    Make sure that it is properly positioned before you screw it in.

  9. Inserting the speaker

    Galaxy S20 - Inserting the speaker 01
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    • 5 × 4,0 mm Phillips
    1. Insert the speaker, press it down and screw it in place. Make sure it's hooked in at the bottom.
  10. Connecting the battery

    Galaxy S20 - Connecting the battery 01
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    • Battery Connector
    1. Position the battery contact over its socket on the mainboard and press it down.
  11. Installing the charging coil

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    • 5 × 4,0 mm Phillips
    1. Put on the metal cover with the charging coil.
    2. Hook it in at the top and fasten all screws.
  12. Testing the Galaxy S20

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    1. Test your Galaxy S20 before you finally close the device.
    2. Switch on the device and open the telefone app.
    3. Here you enter *#0*# and a test menu opens.
    4. In the test menu you can test the display for pixel errors and check the touchscreen and other functions such as the camera, the speaker or the status LED.
    5. If everything is OK, you can lock your smartphone for good.
  13. Attaching the back cover

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    Verwendete Ersatzteile
    1. Before you put the backcover back on you should check the glue. It should be evenly distributed on the edge of the backcover. Remove excess glue if necessary.
    2. If you like, you can also remove the old glue and use a new one.
    Please note, that even with a new adhesive frame a 100% protection against the ingress of dust and liquids can no longer be guaranteed.
    1. Before attaching a new adhesive frame, you must first remove all old adhesive residues on the backcover and frame. You can use a plastic supdger to scrape off some of the glue. Cleaning alcohol and a lint-free cloth can help to remove the residue.
    2. Check the alignment of the frame, then peel off the first protective film and apply the adhesive to the frame. Don't press it down yet, but check that it is properly seated on all sides. The adhesive should not protrude at anywhere.
    3. Press the adhesive down all around so that it bonds properly to the frame.
    4. Loosen the second foil. Make sure that the adhesive does not come off the frame.
    5. Position the backcover over the device and put it down slowly.
    6. Heat the backcover again with hot air so that the adhesive bonds again.
    7. As long as the glue cools down, you can press the backcover down with your fingers or weight it down with a few books.
    Verwendete Ersatzteile
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