How to replace your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 battery

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Recently battery issue becomes the hot topic in the smartphones industry, Apple was blamed for slowing down the operating system with aged battery to force people upgrade their iPhones, while no exception for Samsung, Galaxy Note 8 fell into the battery crisis due to the unexpected not-working after the battery is drained down to 0%. What’s the matter exactly?

As some users reported their Note 8 won’t turn on or accept recharging after the battery was completely depleted, Samsung released a statement and acknowledged that the Galaxy note 8 battery issue exists as the users claimed, but only a limited number of units was involved, no need to panic.  Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was launched on August 23, 2017. Its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 7, was discontinued due to battery issues and a global recall. For security concern, Galaxy Note 8 battery has shrunk from 3500mAh reduced to 3300mAh, however, the battery life remains the same.

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What if the battery is entirely dead? What is the intuitive way to solve the battery issue of Note 8? Replace the battery. The warning message must be delivered before you intend to fix the battery issue on your own, any unauthorized battery replacement ( not provided by Samsung ) would void your warranty, therefore, if your device is under warranty please directly seek assistance from the official customer service.

How to replace your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 battery? According to the teardown guide on iFixit, the difficulty level of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 battery replacement is ranked quite high. Despite the battery is claimed to be non-removable, the replacement process is quite simple after you open the shell. Cover removing seems the toughest part because the waterproof function force the cover be glue-ridden.

Tools you need to prepare:

Steps to replace your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 battery:

1.Heat up the device and soft the glue, apply a suction cup to help open the shell

2.Open the shell and pry up the corner carefully.

3.Remove the screws and midframe/NFC antenna/PMA and Qi wireless charging coil combo.

4.Remove the bottom speaker assembly.

5.Gently lift up the battery from up left corner and replace it accordingly.

6.Restore all the items back reversely.

Warning: Attempting the replacement is not recommended if you had no solid background knowledge and operating experience, as Samsung claimed the affected devices and users are quite few and official actions will be executed if the influence is extended.

Instead of completely dead battery and device, most Galaxy Note 8 users are suffering from short battery life indeed. Note 8 is not just a big phone, the infinity screen and 83% screen-to-body ratio makes it perfect for video and game playing, which drains the battery really fast. For a longer playing experience, an external power bank is needed for a daily use.

Recommendation:

1.Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Battery Case 10000mAh 

The powerful 10000mAh Li-polymer extended battery can effectively provide 200%+ extra battery life to Galaxy Note 8 and it’s capable of file transfer to computer.

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2. EasyAcc 20000 mAh compact power bank QC 3.0

Innovative two inputs design. One port supports Quick Charge 3.0 technology. Charges the power bank full in up to 5 hours 一 about 60% of time saved as compared to a standard 20000mAh power bank.

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