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The second generation of the Samsung Gear, a round smartwatch running Samsung's Tizen smartwatch OS. The Gear S2 was released in October 2015.

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The back cover keeps coming off

The back of my watch keeps falling off. Looks like it was held together with some sort of adhesive.

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FWIW, the battery tutorial linked below doesn't mention any adhesive

Samsung Gear S2 Battery Replacement

Might want to closely examine the unit for broken locking tabs, maybe.

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So the part I'm talking about is the part that is directly against the wrist, not after you open it to get to the battery. So if it falls off it exposes the gold part not the battery. It has a small window on it which is usually the sensor

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@Jayne a Ahhh OK thanks for the update. Guess the sensor must be part of the charging system then, is that right? Being retired I haven't worn a watch in donkeys years now and so am not really up to date on the newer styled watches. Good luck with your investigations though. :-)

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I have tried…seems like it needs some sort of adhesive glue to stay but not sure if I can just use regular gorilla glue

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@propman thanks...so frustrating that they want to charge 70 dollars to replace the whole back but all I need is some glue...lol

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It appears to be a compression fitting. See if you can find someone with strong hands and thumbs to press it into place.

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That worked! There was a notch where the dial was that I had to line up and then it took a lot of pressure around the outer edge of the metal back but I heard a few clicks as I pressed very hard around it.

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Jayne a zal eeuwig dankbaar zijn.
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