Cell Phone Screen Repair

Replace the Samsung Galaxy S7 Screen

Sometimes getting your Galaxy S7 screen replaced by a service isn’t an option, so the experts at Cell-fix.Org have put together a guide for how to replace the Galaxy S7 screen. Please keep in mind that Samsung has made it almost impossible for anyone but a trained professional from replacing the Galaxy S7 screen. Even if you follow these instructions precisely, it is possible that you may end up with a small crack in the new screen so replace with caution.

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Barebones disassembly of the LG G6 to determine its repairability.

1.-Opening requires heating the back and cutting through several pieces of adhesive. 2.-The glass is fairly stiff and opening isn't too tough, but the rear glass doubles the potential damage if the phone is dropped. 3.-The rear button is connected to the phone via spring contacts, making opening much safer.

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iPhone 7 Display Assembly Replacement

Use this guide if your new display assembly comes with the earpiece speaker, front camera assembly, and LCD shield plate already installed. You'll simply remove the old display assembly and transfer the home/Touch ID sensor to the new display assembly. If your replacement display does not include those components, follow this more in-depth guide instead. In either case, the original home/Touch ID sensor must be transferred to the new display in order...

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Sony Xperia Z5 LCD Screen Replacement

Step1 Remove SIM card tray. Step2 Heat the back cover to soften the adhesive sticker. Place the suction cup and insert metal opening tool to open a gap from top side. Step3 Insert the guitar pick and slide it to cut the adhesive sticker underneath. Remove back cover. Step4 Release battery connector. Pull off the adhesive tape underneath the battery. Pry up battery...

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