Originally Posted by SirEagle
Replaced one on a relatives Bionic and it was a piece of cake. Just searched around online and found what was needed and a guide to replace it. Might have cost him like $25.
That's good to know. I never really looked at how the Bionic was made to see if individual components could be replaced. The Bionic may not be activated as a phone, but I am still using is as a GPS and as a video camera as it does 1080p. The S4 does a lot better at still photos.