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Screen replacement on your own, is it do-able?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by GreenAce92, Aug 31, 2011.

  1. GreenAce92

    GreenAce92 Lurker
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    I dropped my phone like a stupid piece of sh*t face first, this beautiful massive screen now full of flaws.

    I have looked around on the web, it seems that I have two options:

    1) Let the 'pros' do it and charge the 'labor fee'.
    2) Buy it on ebay and repair myself

    I like option two

    Has anyone attempted this task yet?
    It seems rather straight forward, I'm a tech guy, I fix computers as a side job while in college.

    This is my first phone of this type (paid for myself mind you).

    I'd like to have some sort of pre-info.

    Perhaps I will make a YouTube video How-To on repairing it unless that has already been done.

    I do have the extra 5 a month for insurance so if the sh*t hits the fan I could get some cruddy refurb from AT&T .

    If you guys have any useful info I'd appreciate it.

    Much obliged folks,

    Regards from SUNY Fredonia,


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  2. chinefoo

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  3. chinefoo

    chinefoo Member

    from second link i dl price list

    OEM Samsung Infuse 4G SGH-I997 Complete Front Housing Assembly with LCD and Digitizer (AT&T) - Replacement Part $ 143.99 2 OEM Samsung Infuse 4G SGH-I997 LCD Screen and Digitizer Assembly (AT&T) - Replacement Part $ 133.99 2

    cheaper than ebay!

    also both screens are in stock! lol

    ok i copied this from my other response dunno if still in stock however as you can see cheaper!
    ntm im sure you get the tools gen a screwdriver a pry dohicky and a torx driver also!
  4. GreenAce92

    GreenAce92 Lurker
    Thread Starter

    This is a super late reply haha, but thanks for the information

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