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    • Step by step tutorial about dismantling the logic board from Galaxy S8+. If you need more information ask them in the comments!

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To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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How do you then fix the imei to match the back of the phone and to work with the plan it was on when broken; having to register/activate a new device for a motherboard repair is bull$][!+, and doesn't take care of the problem for the customer.

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Hello, The connector from the battery to the motherboard has been damaged. Due to water getting in there’s been corrosion on the connectors which has eaten away on 2 of the capacitors there down to the silicon. Is there anyway to fix this? Perhaps any way to add material back or make some kind of jumper? I doubt I can get a replacement motherboard, but if you know if this can be done that would be great.

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