Samsung S7 Edge Screen Repair Guide

Repair My Phone Screen offer the most reliable and convenient Samsung postal repair service across the UK. All you have to do is pay for your Samsung S7 Edge Screen Replacement using our website and then post your device to our technical repair centre and we’ll do the rest.

However, we often receive messages and emails from customers asking how they would go about repairing their Samsung S7 Edge Screen themselves. To answer this question properly, we have written a comprehensive guide to help get you started.

What you will need:

  • Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Screen
  • Phillips #00 Screwdriver
  • Plastic/carbon prying tool used to pry/disconnect cables/parts/connections
  • Sim Card ejection tool
  • Heat gun or heat pack tool
  • Suction handle
  • Opening picks
  • Tweezers

Acquiring these tools will likely set you back around £40. It is important that you use the exact tools, using the wrong tools will damage the case internal components of the phone. We would always recommend purchasing the above tools from a specialist supplier before diving in. We also advise against using metal screwdrivers as it can scratch edges, cables and connections.

How long does it take for repair a Samsung S7 Edge Screen?

For a beginner with no previous experience replacing screens, we would recommend allocating around 2-3 hours for the repair. Our experienced technicians usually spend around 1.5 hours and they spend all day doing various screen repairs. So, with this in mind, leave plenty of time and make sure you have a clean, tidy workplace available.

Before Getting Started

Some Samsung S7 Edge screens may have arrived pre-installed in a new frame. Is this is the case, you will need to move all of your phone’s internal components and hook them up to a new battery. Make sure that you have all parts you need before starting.

Also, please note that if the frame is damaged, you will need to replace it otherwise, the screen won’t mount properly. Also, make sure to take extra care with heavily shattered screens – glass is very sharp so, a good idea is to apply tape over the screen before you get started.

Finding the best Samsung S7 Edge screen repair guide

There are literally hundreds of guides for replacing a Samsung S7 Edge screen scattered across the internet. On YouTube alone there are so many, it can be difficult to know which ones will be the most helpful. Some last up to 30 minutes long.

No matter which guide you watch however, don’t get confused, they are most likely professionals or at the very least experienced and your repair will take longer than 30 minutes. They may make it look easy but, don’t be ashamed to watch the video, pause it and repair as you go, don’t try to do it all in one go.

Hopefully, you are now ready to undertake your own repair! If you are still a little unsure, you can always book your repair with Repair My Phone Screen and let the professional do the work.