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Samsung Galaxy A8 Screen Repair Video Transcription:
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Power down your Samsung Galaxy A8 smartphone.
Step 2 (Samsung Galaxy A8 SIM Card and microSD Card Tray)
Remove the Nano SIM card tray and microSD card tray.
Step 3 (Samsung Galaxy A8 LCD Screen and Digitizer Assembly)
Use the heat gun warm up the adhesive securing the Galaxy A8 LCD screen and digitizer assembly to the frame.
With the precision knife, carefully create separation and insert a playing card to start slicing through the adhesive.
Take your time and apply additional heat as needed.
When attacking the adhesive, be mindful of the soft button cables when decoupling the Samsung Galaxy A8 display assembly from the frame.
The Galaxy A8 screen is still connected to the logic board. With the tweezers, remove the metal bracket and disconnect the display assembly cable.
* To reassemble your device, follow the steps in reverse order.