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简介

If the audio is not playing, even after following the troubleshooting instructions, then you may need to replace the headphone jack using this guide.

  1. Have the front of the device facing you. Begin near one of the curved edges of the device (see photo two for visual example).
    • Have the front of the device facing you.

    • Begin near one of the curved edges of the device (see photo two for visual example).

    • Place a plastic opening tool between the front and back panels.

    • If a plastic opening tool doesn’t work, using a metal spudger may work, but it may damage the plastic on the device.

    • Remember to remove the micro SD card (if present) before you begin.

  2. Once the plastic opening tool is fully inserted, wedge it around the device’s edges to separate the panels. Lift the back panel off of the device.
    • Once the plastic opening tool is fully inserted, wedge it around the device’s edges to separate the panels.

    • Lift the back panel off of the device.

    • The back panel will make a clicking noise while being lifted off of the device.

  3. Remove the adhesive film and flip up the retaining flap on the ZIF battery connector.
    • Remove the adhesive film and flip up the retaining flap on the ZIF battery connector.

    • Slide the orange battery ribbon cable out of the ZIF connector.

  4. Remove the adhesive film, lift the retaining tab and withdraw the white speaker ribbon. Remove the adhesive film, lift the retaining tab and withdraw the white speaker ribbon.
    • Remove the adhesive film, lift the retaining tab and withdraw the white speaker ribbon.

  5. Lift the retaining tab and withdraw the black LCD ribbon. Lift the retaining tab and withdraw the black LCD ribbon. Lift the retaining tab and withdraw the black LCD ribbon.
    • Lift the retaining tab and withdraw the black LCD ribbon.

  6. Using a Phillips #000 screwdriver, remove the ten 4 mm screws around the battery. Slide a plastic opening tool under the bottom of the battery close to the speakers and lift up.
    • Using a Phillips #000 screwdriver, remove the ten 4 mm screws around the battery.

    • Slide a plastic opening tool under the bottom of the battery close to the speakers and lift up.

    • The large rectangular white and black piece is the entire battery. Be careful not to puncture it.

  7. Flip up the two ZIF connectors on the motherboard using the plastic opening tool. Slide the orange ribbon cables out of the ZIF connectors. Remove the front-facing camera.
    • Flip up the two ZIF connectors on the motherboard using the plastic opening tool.

    • Slide the orange ribbon cables out of the ZIF connectors.

    • Remove the front-facing camera.

  8. Disconnect the headphone jack from the motherboard.
    • Disconnect the headphone jack from the motherboard.

    • Use a Phillips # 000 to remove six 4mm screws.

  9. Lodge the plastic opening tool under and lift the motherboard out of the tablet. Be careful not to snag any connectors.
    • Lodge the plastic opening tool under and lift the motherboard out of the tablet.

    • Be careful not to snag any connectors.

    • Remove the metal bracket that was underneath the charging port and set aside.

  10. Use Phillips # 000 to remove two of the 4 mm .3 cm screws around the headphone jack. Lift the metal piece that is covering the headphone jack from one of the sides. Lift out the headphone jack.
    • Use Phillips # 000 to remove two of the 4 mm .3 cm screws around the headphone jack.

    • Lift the metal piece that is covering the headphone jack from one of the sides.

    • Lift out the headphone jack.

结论

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

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where can i buy a new piece of headphone jack for my tab A?

Sven Leysen - 回复

I just used this guide to change the headphone jack on a Galaxy Tab A 10.1 SM-T580.

After taking the back off (Step 2) the headphone jack is fully accessible (Step 10).

I didn’t need to remove anything else, so Steps 3-9 inclusive were not required for me.

Matt Griffiths - 回复

Very helpful instructions.

I likewise found the headphone jack to be fully accessible (SM-P585Y). The metal cover sticks a bit, but it’s only held down by the two screws. The headphone jack itself rests on top of a slightly adhesive pad.

Benny Lawrence - 回复

Galaxy Tab A6 2016 - SM-T580

Die Kopfhörerbuchse habe ich bei Ebay (lt. Angebot neu) für unter 5€ gekauft. Anstelle des Plastikwerzeugs habe ich ein normales dünnnes Schmiermesser genommen. Mein Tablet is ja auch schon was älter. Von daher war es mir egal, was passiert, wenn ich nicht das Plastikwerkzeug benutze.

Gehäuse geöffnet, die beiden Schrauben an der Buchse rausgeschraubt und dann vorsichtig mit einem flachen Schraubendreher gelöst. War offensichtlich mit einer Art doppelseitigem Klebeband fixiert.

Buchse getauscht, zusammengebaut, getestet - funktioniert!!!!

Vielen Dank für die tolle Anleitung, die einem Mut macht, es selbst zu probieren.

Thomas Wolter - 回复

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