The Samsung Galaxy S10 screen has suffered a serious crash or a violent impact and then cracked? It doesn’t show any more and is completely black? Color strokes flow through the screen and block navigation? The touch does not respond correctly or pixels are gone? Perhaps you are not able to open your S10 by using your fingerprint? Also, how do you configure the new fingerprint sensor? That’s „normal“ since the fingerprint sensor is now integrated into your screen … In short, you’ll be able to not move between applications . Are you trying to find an answer to fix your S10 in the shortest time possible?

Here at We know of the fact that display of smartphones is the most vulnerable element to daily problems. Since it covers the whole front of the device and is even larger than the Galaxy S10 screen, it is the first part to suffer impacts and falls. However, it’s a delicate component that could easily break. Without a screen, it’s not possible to operate your phone. When you change the battery, replacing the Galaxy S10 screen is a normal procedure!

This is why our experts decided to share their knowledge to the Repair guide to show that, no change to the screen of your Galaxy S10 screen is not difficult. It is required to have patience, but it is feasible because of our thorough guide. The steps are illustrated and explained to precisely decode the steps required to repair the damaged Galaxy S10 screen. Follow the guidance of our experts to figure out the right way to go!

Why fix the Galaxy S10 yourself? Save cash ! You not only save on the cost of buying an entirely new phone and enjoy the benefits of a cost that is three times lower than to a professional, since the majority of the work is done by you! Also, you take a green step when you choose to go with repair of the Galaxy S10 repair instead of throwing it out. This should be a habit that applies to everything you use! Why would you swap your car for a cracked or damaged windshield? It’s the same with your phone!

Before beginning the Galaxy S10 screen change, we advise you to create an all-inclusive backup of the data. This is a precaution that can be used elsewhere for every repair of your smartphone!


  • broken screen
  • Screen cracked
  • black screen
  • Display issue
  • Touch defect
  • Pixels death
  • The issue of fingerprint recognition

Step 1

When replacing the Galaxy S10 screen, it is essential, due to apparent security concerns, to switch off the screen.

To accomplish this you need to hold and press the On/Off button on the left for about a couple of minutes.

After that, confirm the loss of life with „extinguish“.

Step 2

Insert the SIM tool for extracting cards (found within the all-purpose toolkit ) into the tiny hole inside the SIM & SD drawer on high on the S10.

Press lightly for the drawer to let go of it self.

Remove it.

Step 3

Now you’re able to see that you’re SIM & SD Galaxy S10 drawer has been dismantled.

Step 4

Have the time to stroll in the restroom, but not for shower however, but rather to find the hairdryer you have stored in.

It is recommended to heat the back cover for a couple of seconds to loosen the glue that holds it.

If you experience resistance during the next step Feel free to heat again in order to avoid breaking the glass.

Step 5

Our renowned spatula iSesamo is used by creating an open space between our glass frame.

After that, gently slide a piece of.

After that, gently lift the entire edge of your rear windows to remove it completely.

Then you can remove the cover on the back.

Step 6

After removing the glue the Galaxy S10 rear window is now set.

Step 7

Arme yourself with you Phillips screwdriver (also available in the tool kit!) For removing the screws that are circled in red.

Step 8

Use the nylon spatula to remove it from its NFC antenna and then remove it off the S10.

Step 9

The antenna of your NFC Galaxy S10 antenna is removed.

Step 10

Before you continue disassembly We recommend to unplug the battery to prevent any short circuits that could occur.

Step 11

Make use of the Phillips screwdriver to take off the 7 screws circled on the red (photo 1).

Then you can take out the speaker without any difficulty.

Step 12

The Galaxy S10 external speaker is now officially registered.

Step 13

Keep using the trusted nylon spatula until you have disconnected the Jack.

Use the chance to release afterward.

Step 14

It is possible that your Galaxy S10 jack is disassembled.

Step 15

Use the nylon spatula in hands to remove the plug from the camera in front.

Remove it.

Step 16

The camera on the front of your Galaxy S10 is filed.

Step 17

After that, disconnect the tablecloth on the screen.

This tablecloth appears to be „magic“ because it manages the display, touch and also the fingerprint sensor that is now integrated into the screen.

Step 18

Continue using the Phillips screwdriver until you can remove two screws that are circled in red.

These screws secure both the motherboard and chassis on the connector, which is not soldered(

Step 19

Then gently slide the flat edge of your nylon spoon underneath the motherboard until it starts lifting.

It is now possible to remove it.

Step 20

It appears that your Galaxy S0 motherboard is partially disassembled.

Step 21

Get your hair dryer out to warm the speaker for just a few minutes.

The purpose behind the procedure is to loosen the glue which is holding it.

Step 22

Gentlely move gently the iSesamo underneath the speaker to lift it off and remove it from the speaker’s position.

Step 23

The speaker in your Galaxy S10 internal speaker is removed.

Step 24

Make use of the flat screwdriver to free the vibrator.

If you experience resistance, you could get it to warm up for a couple of seconds with your hairdryer.

It is possible that the iSesamo spatula is not wide enough to be used here.

Step 25

The vibrator in the Galaxy S10 is deposited.

Step 26

The S10 over and heat the front panel several seconds in order to soften the glue which secures the battery.

Take care not to heat the battery!

Don’t overheat the LCD screen because this could cause damage to the LCD.

Step 27

Then, gradually peel off the battery by using the large spatula, flat .

Take it out.

Take care when taking the battery off to prevent bending or drilling the battery to avoid drilling or bending it.

Step 28

The screen of your Galaxy S10 screen is now broken and disassembled.

In the event of display, tactile, or fingerprint detection issues, go for a brand new screen.