We are here to help! Our technicians have answered the most common questions about how to fix common problems with Samsung Galaxy Mega repair process. Depending on the device, mobile phone and tablet repairs can be a tedious process. Troubleshooting is a vital part of both diagnosing a broken part, and discovering what step was missed after repair. Relax, we are here to make your life easier.
We offer a full lineup of repair parts for the Samsung Galaxy Mega including:
Samsung i527 Galaxy Mega Battery: This is your main, mobile power source for your device. The Mega battery is located on the back of your phone, under the main back cover. Samsung devices will not power on unless there is a working battery inside your device. If your Mega will not hold a charge, or does not turn on at all, then this is most likely the part you need.
Samsung i527 Galaxy Mega Charge Port: This is your main port you plug in to charge your device. Unlike other devices, this port is not a simple flex cable that can be removed and swapped. This charge port requires special soldering equipment to repair. Heat must be applied to your motherboard during this repair, and there is a risk that your motherboard may be damaged. If you are uncertain if the charge port is the problem, we suggest trying other troubleshooting steps prior to this repair.
Samsung i527 Galaxy Mega Ear Speaker: This is your main hearing piece when using your device in normal phone mode. The ear speaker is not the same as your external speakers for playing music. The ear speaker also does not control the sound when using your phone in speaker phone mode. If you place your phone to your ear to answer a call, and you have no sound, then this is the part you need to repair your device.
Samsung i527 Galaxy Mega Touch Screen Digitizer Plus LCD Display: This controls both your touch function and your main image display. If your top glass is broken, your touch function is unresponsive, or you have no image display, then this is the part you need. This screen comes with both your top digitizer and your lower LCD fused together for easy assembly. This version of the Galaxy Mega screen does not come with any type of frame. This one screen will work on every model of the Galaxy Mega.
My phone is freezing, running slow, repair did not work, spazzing out! What can I do?
Performing a soft reset can resolve issues like continuous resetting/rebooting, crashing, freezing, can’t make or receive calls, and other general software related problems. This process is similar to rebooting a computer after it freezes up. Phones are small computers after all.
Soft Reset – This should not erase your data, but it is always a good idea to do a backup. With your device turned on…
- Press and hold Power Button.
- Select Restart.
- Select OK.
- If your device will not reboot, remove and reinsert the battery.
- Your device will now shut down and reboot.
I did a soft reset, but my phone is still not working correctly. What can I do?
A hard reset can resolve issue like: blank or frozen screen, crashing apps, touch screen problems, no audio, random noises, no call functionality or sync errors.
Hard Reset – **This process will erase all your data** and erase any accounts linked to your device as well.
- From the home screen, select the Applications Tab (located at the bottom).
- Select Settings.
- Select Back up and reset.
- Select Factory Data Reset.
- Select Reset Phone.
- Select Erase Everything.
I replaced my Samsung i527 Galaxy Mega Battery, now it will not work!
- Try a different power cable on your device. You may have a USB cable that has gone bad. If this does not work…
- Check your screen for any signs of damage. If your screen is broken at the same time you change your battery, you will need a new battery before you can confirm your battery is functioning. If your screen is not damaged…
- Check your charge port. If your port is damaged, or loose, your battery will not be able to charge, and your device will not power on. If your charge port is intact…
- You may have a defective battery.
I replaced my Samsung i527 Galaxy Mega Charge Port, and it still will not work!
- Charging problems involve several different parts. Try switching to a different charging cable, or try a new battery to see if this fixes the problem. If this does not…
- Has your device been affected by liquid? If so, then you may be looking at corroded circuits as opposed to a bad port that is affecting your device. If your device is liquid free…
- There is a chance the damage was not to your port, but was on the motherboard component. If this is the case, soldering on a new port will not work. Apart from buying a new battery every time you run out of power, there will not be a way to make your device charge.
I replaced my Samsung i527 Galaxy Mega Ear Speaker, now it will not work!
- Re-attempt the repair from the beginning. Speakers require both magnetism and vibration to operate. If the speaker is either to tight, you will not ear any sound. If the speaker is too loose, then you will hear a buzzing noise. If your speaker is still not working…
- Make certain your speaker is right way up. As this piece is a rectangle, it is easy to place the speaker in the wrong way. If everything looks correct…
- You may have a defective or broken ear speaker.
I replaced my Samsung i527 Galaxy Mega Touch Screen Digitizer Plus LCD Display, now it will not work!
- If you have an all white or all black display, start by performing a soft reset on your device. If your screen still will not work after a reset…
- Redo the repair from the beginning. At the step where you plug your screen into your main board, check your original screen to see if it still works. If neither screen works, this is a sign of something worse then a bad screen. We suggest mailing in your device for testing. If you see…
- Blotches on your display, this is a sign of too much pressure on the screen caused in shipping or during installation. Open your device again, and make certain none of your internal components are causing the pressure. If you see…
- Lines down your display, or only a partially working touch function, then you may have a defective or broken .
Your repair guide said my part is possibly defective or broken, what’s next?
- Contact your source for the parts to see what their warranty will cover.If your device is not covered, or is outside it’s warranty, we would be happy to help.
- If your parts came from Phone Doctors…
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