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The Samsung Galaxy S9 is identified by its model number: SM-G960XU. It is the ninth generation of Samsung's Galaxy Series that was released in March 2018. Available in Lilac Purple, Midnight Black, and Coral Blue.

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Can you replace the charging coil by shorting the leads?

I have lost the charging coil on my galaxy S9.

Since the whole coil just makes contact with a group of 7 contacts (is leads the right term?) is it possible to permanently solder the contacts in some pattern so that the phone “thinks” the coil is still there?

I need this because without it, the phone won’t charge. It gives a “battery temperature too low” (or high, can’t remember) warning.

Update (03/07/2019)

Hello and thanks. I had to run last night so I didn't put that many details but here we go.

from this picture on iFixit,

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you can see the charging coil to the right and the phone on the left.

then on the phone I’ll zoom to this,

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Those are the leads that connect with the coil.

I’m wondering if in the absence of the coil, I can short these leads in order for the phone to think the coil is still there.

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Can you please upload pictures of what you are talking about and I can better assist you please

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thanks, I updated the question with images and more detail.

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thanks, that is what I feared.

What I had done before as a test, was to use a multimeter to see which of the pads on the coil were wired together and then tried to replicate this by shorting the leads, but initial tests didn't work so I dropped the idea.

I finally found the coil on ebay (cheaper than $20, so I hope is legit) so I'll just replace.

thanks

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No there is no way to solder them together to have the device think that the wireless coil is installed.

bridging pins is a bad idea and you risk shorting the phone completely and possibly beyond repairable .

buy the replacement (it’s only $20) and fix it the proper way.

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