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Old February 5th, 2013, 11:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Broken i717 screen. Fixable?

So I had a little too much fun watching the Super Bowl last night and I broke my Galaxy Note. I didn't think much of it considering I have a fair amount of experience replacing Iphone screens, but when I went on ebay to find a replacement I was shocked to see that a new LCD will run me more than $200?!

What they also sell is JUST a new glass screen. Now from what I've read, the screen, digitizer, and LCD are all connected and can't be replaced individually, but if that is the case, why do they even sell only the glass part?

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Old February 7th, 2013, 11:45 AM   #2 (permalink)
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So I had a little too much fun watching the Super Bowl last night and I broke my Galaxy Note. I didn't think much of it considering I have a fair amount of experience replacing Iphone screens, but when I went on ebay to find a replacement I was shocked to see that a new LCD will run me more than $200?!

What they also sell is JUST a new glass screen. Now from what I've read, the screen, digitizer, and LCD are all connected and can't be replaced individually, but if that is the case, why do they even sell only the glass part?
I have noticed a lot of local phone repair place - you might get a quote from them
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Very informative, and it makes me extra careful not to break mine.
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