Samsung Galaxy S9 - Replacing charging coil / NFC

Wireless charging stops working.

  • Galaxy S9
  • 9 Steps
  • Difficult
  • 45 min.
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Introduction

This repair guide shows you how to replace the NFC antenna of your Galaxy S9. This fix is necessary, if the wireless charging function of your Galaxy S9 stops working.

Click the small Play button in the top right of an image to play a video for each step.

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.

    €1.00 at the iDoc store
  • iFlex opening tool

    iFlex opening tool

    Taking apart the little pieces in your smartphone can be a big pain. The iFlex is tough but compact with a blade thickness of just 0.15 mm so it fits into even the smallest spaces, like the gap between the display and frame or under the logic board. The iFlex is made of stainless steel and designed for a good grip, making this convenient tool the perfect assistant for every smartphone repair.

    €9.00 at the iDoc store
  • iPlastix

    iPlastix

    Taking apart the little pieces in your smartphone can be a big pain. The iPlastix is tough but thin with a blade thickness of just 0.15 mm, so it fits into even the smallest spaces, like the gap between the display and frame or under the logic board. The iPlastix is made of durable plastic and designed for a good grip, making this convenient tool the perfect assistant for every smartphone repair.

    €9.00 at the iDoc store
  • Tweezers

    Tweezers

    We recommend using tweezers to remove screws and various small parts from your device.

    €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.

    €1.00 at the iDoc store
  • Steel Laboratory Spatula

    Steel Laboratory Spatula

    You need a flat and sturdy prying tool to disconnect glued parts.

    €9.00 at the iDoc store
  • Suction cup

    Suction cup

    A suction cup is perfect for lifting smooth surfaces such as displays or rear glass panels.

    €2.00 at the iDoc store
  • Phillips PH00 screwdriver

    Phillips PH00 screwdriver

    You need the right screwdriver for removing PH00 screws.

    €10.00 at the iDoc store

Required replacement part

  • Samsung Galaxy S9 Ladespule mit NFC-Antenne

    Samsung Galaxy S9 Ladespule mit NFC-Antenne

    Die Funktion des kabellosen Ladens bei deinem Samsung S9 ist total komfortabel und man hat sich schnell dran gewöhnt. Man merkt erst, wie sehr man diese Funktion schätzt, wenn man sie nicht mehr einsetzen kann. Damit du schnell wieder davon profitieren kannst, haben wir das passende Ersatzteil – original von Samsung – für dich im Angebot. Hast du die defekte Ladespule erst einmal ausgetauscht, kannst du dein Smartphone wieder in vollem Umfang nutzen und alle Vorzüge genießen.

    €20.00 at the iDoc store
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Replacement parts and tools for this repair

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Getting started with the repair of your Galaxy S9

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

9 steps
  1. Switching off your device

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    1. Turn off your device by holding down the power button until the “Power off” option appears.
    2. Use your finger to confirm that you want to shut down your device and wait until the screen goes blank.

    Klick the small Play button in the top right of an image to play a video for each step.

  2. Remove back cover

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    To loosen the back cover, use a heat gun or an ordinary hair dryer. Warm glue is easier to loosen, allowing you to remove the back cover. The easiest way to loosen the back cover is to use a flat and flexible tool such as the iPlastix or iFlex.

    You will also need several picks to unstick the back cover all around.

    1. Heat the spot where you start and place a suction cup on the bottom of the back cover.
    2. Press a flat tool between the back cover and the frame and pull on the suction cup.

    The iPlastix is made of plastic, so it won't scratch the device. On the other hand, it's very soft and tricky to insert.

    Be extra careful, the back cover can break very easily. If necessary, apply the heat several times and try again. Removing the back cover might take half an hour. Take a little more time and work carefully to make sure you don't break anything.

    1. Once the tool is inserted, stick a pick into the gap to keep it open. Then run the tool around the entire edge to gradually loosen the glue.
    2. Then heat the next part and insert the picks one by one.

    The back cover glue is extra strong on the lower edge.

    1. Once the back cover is loosened, lift it very slightly. The fingerprint sensor underneath the camera is still connected with a cable.
  3. Disconnect fingerprint sensor

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    1. After detaching the back cover, carefully lift it and disconnect the fingerprint sensor using the spudger.
    2. Then you can completely remove the back cover and set it aside.
  4. Remove midframe

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    • 10 × 4.0 mm Phillips

    Then remove all the equally long Phillips screws from the logic board cover and store them together.

    This phone has only two different screw lengths. If some screws don't come off immediately, you can also use a pair of tweezers.

    1. The logic board cover with the NFC tag is latched in at the top.
    2. Pry it up a little and then take it out.
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  6. Remove charging coil / NFC

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    1. Carefully slide in a steel spatula where the wireless charging coil is glued to the NFC antenna and pry off the contact.
    2. Then unglue the side antenna unit using the spatula.
    3. Now slowly remove the entire flex cable from the cover.

    If the cable is hard to remove, you can use a heat gun to soften the glue.

  7. Attach charging coil / NFC

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    1. Reattach the NFC antenna. Use the small plastic pins on the cover to position it correctly.
    2. Press the flex cable to the back of the cover to glue it on.
    3. Now put the plastic cover back on the NFC tag and press it on.
  8. Insert midframe

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    • 10 × 4.0 mm Phillips
    1. Then attach the midframe with the NFC tag.
    2. Latch it in and press it in all around.
    3. Then fasten all the screws again.
  9. Connect fingerprint sensor

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    • Fingerprint connector
    1. Before attaching the back cover, plug in the fingerprint sensor connector.
    2. Use a plastic tool to reach the connector.
  10. Attach back cover

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    Galaxy S9 - Attach back cover 02
    1. Before reattaching the back cover, check the glue. It should be sitting evenly on the back cover. You can remove any excess glue.
    2. Then press on the back cover.
    3. Heat the back cover again to bond the glue.
    4. You can press on the back cover with your fingers while the glue cools down.

    Please note that your smartphone's water ingress protection is no longer the same after you open it.

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