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If your Samsung Galaxy S5 camera stops working – whether it's the rear-facing or front-facing camera – you can fix it on your own by following the steps outlined in this Samsung Galaxy S5 camera repair guide.

What you need

Replacement front-facing or rear-facing camera
pry tool
spudger
hair dryer
small screwdriver
tweezers


Samsung Galaxy S5 front-facing camera replacement steps

STEP 1: Remove the back cover, SIM/Micro SD cards, and battery.

STEP 2: Use a hair dryer to heat the front screen and the pry tool to gently go around the exterior seam, prying the screen away from the back of the device ... more »

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If your iPhone 5S or iPhone 5C volume buttons stop working, you might be able to repair them yourself with replacement volume buttons. All you need is a bit of technical savvy, some patience, and a willingness to follow these directions.

What you need

pry tool
spudger
suction cup
small Phillips screwdriver
paper clip
new volume buttons

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Is your Samsung Galaxy S5 dead? Won't power on or hold a charge? The problem could be your battery – and fortunately, replacing your Samsung Galaxy S5 battery is simple. Here's how to fix your Samsung Galaxy S5 battery.


How to tell if your Samsung Galaxy S5 battery is bad

The most obvious indicator of a bad Galaxy S5 battery is a phone that won't turn on; however, a dead battery isn't the only cause for this symptom. Before you buy a replacement battery, make sure your battery is actually at fault by taking the following actions:

remove the back case and battery and inspect for water damage or dust that is preventing a good connection; the S5 is waterproof to a degree, and it's unlikely forei... more »

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If you need to reset your Nokia Lumia 1020 to factory settings, perhaps when preparing to sell your device, it's easy to do when you use one of the following two methods.


Method 1: Windows Menu

STEP 1: Browse to SETTINGS, then ABOUT, then tap RESET YOUR PHONE.

STEP 2: Follow any confirmation prompts, and your Nokia Lumia 1020 will reboot “like new” with factory settings. ALL OTHER DATA WILL BE LOST.

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The cell phone repair business is booming in today's world of digital connectivity, making cell phone repair a prime opportunity for anyone who wants to leverage their technical skills to earn a potentially-lucrative income. Whether you want to start your own cell phone repair business or simply learn how to repair cell phones so you can market your services to would-be employers, the following serves as your guide for entering the cell phone repair business.


Learn to repair cell phones

The first step to entering the business is learning to repair cell phones. There are four different ways to learn how to repair phones: offline courses, online courses, self-teaching books, and the online self-taught approach. Each method has its own pros and cons, detailed below.
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