If you break your A50 screen, you are not alone. Many people across Australia are having the same problem. Is it because you sat on it or you just dropped your phone from a higher place? No matter what happened, you are now stuck with a cracked screen and the only thing you can do is fix it.
When an accident like this happens, users can choose between two options. If you are inexperienced, you can take your phone to a repair store and leave the device in the hands of a professional technician and pay high prices. Or you can fix your screen all by yourself.
If you want to fix it yourself, the first thing you will need is to find a legitimate supplier of replacement screens. If you live in Australia, Phone Parts is the best solution. We have a wide array of screens for different mobile devices. All the replacement parts we have here are of great quality and look as good as original parts.
Change the display on your Samsung Galaxy A50 wholly by yourself. All you need is a Samsung Galaxy A50 DIY Replacement Kit, and some time. Follow the instructions step by step, and you will soon be able to enjoy a working display again.
To get started turn off your A50 completely to avoid damaging it during the repair. Press the on/off button for about three seconds until “Switch off” appears then confirm it by taping on it.
Insert SIM extractor into the small hole of the SIM drawer, which is on the left side of the phone. Exert a slight pressure and SIM drawer will eject himself.
To remove the back cover you will need a heat gun or hair dryer to soften the glue that holds it. Use a hairdryer or a heat gun to heat the back of the phone for 2 to 3 minutes to soften the glue that holds it. If you feel the resistance in the next steps do not hesitate to heat the back for a few more minutes.
Insert the spatula between the rear window and the frame to create a slight opening and then insert a pick to take over. Gently slide the pick all the way around the rear window (Try not to stick the pick in too far because that could damage the flex cables). Now you can lift the back of the phone.
Unscrew the 13 screws using the Philips screwdriver and start unclipping the internal frame form the rest of the phone by inserting spatula into the first corner. Unclip the entire top of the phone leveraging the spatula. Continue the operation on all sides of the A50.
Now you can gently separate the internal chassis from the rest of the Samsung Galaxy A50.
Get the nylon spatula from the kit, and use it to disconnect the battery.
Using the nylon spatula unlock the front camera sheet and then remove it.
Detach the WiFi / Bluetooth interconnect cable from the motherboard and then do the same for the GSM interconnect cable.
Use your nylon spatula to unlock the connecting wire of the charging connector and LCD tablecloth.
Use the Philips screwdriver to unscrew the yellow circled screw that is holding the motherboard to the chassis. You can now separate the motherboard from the chassis. The Samsung Galaxy A50 motherboard is partially disassembled.
Use the spatula to displace and remove the internal speaker.
This time use a flat screwdriver to dislodge and extract the vibrator (Spatula is too wide to use it here).
Flip your Galaxy A50 to heat the front side of the battery for a few seconds to soften the glue that holds the battery. Watch out not to heat the battery directly. Also do not overheat the center of the LCD for a long time because you may damage it.
Flip the phone again and gradually slide the flat wider spatula under the battery to take it off.
Use nylon spatula to unplug and remove the connecting flat cable from the charging connector. Then do the same for the LCD tablecloth.
Disconnect the GSM interconnect cable from the secondary antenna, and do the same for the WiFi / Bluetooth interconnect cable from the charging connector. When they are disconnected carefully remove them all the way through the frame with the pliers.
Lever it with the nylon spatula to lift and extract the charging connector
Extract the secondary antenna with the flat screwdriver. Now your Samsung Galaxy A50 screen is completely disassembled.
Your A50 screen is completely disassembled. Now take your new screen and reassemble your Galaxy A50 by following this guide in reverse order, and then test everything up to make sure you did everything properly.
Congratulations, you changed your Samsung Galaxy A50 screen. Now just test a few things to make sure everything is working properly:
-Test the brightness of the display.
-Test the touchscreen, select an app, and drag it all around the display. If it is following your finger everything is fine.