Samsung Galaxy S III Broken Front Glass Replacement

Member-Contributed Guide

Member-Contributed Guide

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How to repair a broken front glass.

Say you dropped your phone and the glass is now cracked but the display is still working. You don't need to change the full display ($199), only the front glass ($6-$10).

Relevant Parts
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Edit Step 1 Front Glass  ¶ 

  • If your phone already had a protective screen you are set.

  • If it doesn't, cut a piece of packaging tape the size of the screen and stick it on top of it. This will help you remove the broken glass later.

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  • With a plastic opening tool, pry open the back case. It will come out very easily.

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  • Take out the battery. There are no cables attached.

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  • Take out the sim chip by pushing it in a bit till you hear a small click, and then slide it out.

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  • At this point you can already go to the next step, which is using the heat gun. However I felt safer by taking out the motherboard too.

  • If you decide to take out the motherboard follow the Samsung Galaxy S III Motherboard Replacement, it has all the details.

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  • You need to have lots of patience in this procedure. Take your time.

  • Using an infrared thermometer heat the surface to 160-180 degrees F. This will loosen the glue but not damage the electronics.

  • Hold the gun at about 3 inches from your phone (in this picture it looks like its right on top). With the heat gun set to low, heat up the borders for about 3 to 5 minutes depending on the strength of your heat gun.

  • You must be careful when using the heat gun on this device. If the device is heated up too much then it may melt the digitizer and cause discoloration. If you start to see any discoloration then shut off the gun immediately.

  • If you are working with a hair dryer, it might take up to 1 hour.

  • This melts the glue that holds the glass to the frame and to the display. The glass is glued to them.

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  • Using a guitar pick or a plastic opening tool, very carefully start to work separating the edges of the glass.

  • Make sure to go from top to bottom.

  • You will need to use the heat gun a number of times as you go down separating the glass. For glasses with lots of damage you will need to go extra carefully as to not damage the LCD with the shattered glass pieces.

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  • When you start separating the screen, you need to start from the top borders and work your way to the center, ungluing the whole screen from top to bottom. Leave some opening tools in to prevent the glass from bonding again to the LCD.

  • Be extra careful when you get to the bottom because the menu buttons are glued to the glass.

  • Do not pull the glass just yet, you might damage the cables. Pull the screen from the top to the button to the point where you can see the menu and return button cables.

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  • With a spudger, softly detach the entire set of buttons from the inner side of the glass. This might require a little extra heat. Also, the best strategy is to start in the middle, under the black ribbon that connects the two buttons, and then move sideways to separate each one.

  • *Edit* Thanks to the awesome guy or gal who uploaded the missing pics ^__^

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  • Take out the broken glass. I was able to take it all in one piece.

  • If your glass is very shattered you will need to pick up the small pieces with tweezers, one by one or stick tape to the glass before you take it out. You can also use screen protectors.

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  • Take this small metal piece from your old glass, you will need to put it in the new one.

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  • Clean up the glue that remains on the borders. A small microfiber with a bit of WD40 or windex can help you take all the glue off.

    • Be sure to not use too much WD40 or windex.

  • Cut up two small 1mm pieces of the sticker tape and glue the buttons to the phone to keep them in place.

    • It's very important to make sure the buttons line up exactly with the picture.

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  • Put pieces of the sticker tape along the inner frame of the phone.

  • Clean up the digitizer with lint free wipes or a clean microfiber towel. I used some lens cleaner to leave it spotless and smudge free.

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  • Take out the plastic from the new glass, make sure you dont touch the inner side of the screen.

  • There are thin protective plastic layers on both sides of the glass. Peel them out before placing the glass on your phone.

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  • Peel off the paper from the sticker tape and put on the new glass. Press on the edges to secure adhesion.

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

For more information, check out the Samsung Galaxy S III device page.

Required Tools

Spudger

$2.95 · 50+ In stock

Phillips #00 Screwdriver

$5.95 · 50+ In stock

Heat Gun

$24.95 · 50+ In stock

Plastic Opening Tools

$2.95 · 50+ In stock

iFixit Opening Picks set of 6

$4.95 · 50+ In stock

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Universal Drive Adapter

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iFixit Lock Pick Set

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Inspection Scope

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Frictionless Ratchet

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Portable Anti-Static Mat

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Comments Comments are onturn off

I replace too many Galaxy screens and I'm sure that anyone else that has done this procedure wants to know, is there any way to bond the glass with the LCD to make it look original again?!?

LOCA is the most popular method I see and would love to learn how to use it correctly before ruining any more LCDs, or any way to use the Optical Adhesive film and remove the bubbles correctly without an expensive autoclave from China.

Any help or suggestions are appreciated!!

James, · Reply

You need Optically Clear UV glue to glue it back in place

Nick,

Great guide, your photos are very clear. Well done!

Kyle Wiens, · Reply

Hello, could one use the ifixit gadget instead of a heatgun to loosen the adhesive? Would that make things easier?

John, · Reply

Are you talking about the iOpener heat pack? If yes, I would recommend using that instead of the heat gun, but nothing would really make it easier. Watch out with the heat gun if you use it, heating the adhesive too long will result in damage to the screen.

erebis671,

So the LCD is totally fused to the glass or is it just the outer perimeter that has the adhesive?

Frank, · Reply

Yeah, the LCD and the glass are held together by that adhesive. The outer perimeter has the same kind of glue than the LCD area.

Angela Penaherrera,

The LCD is not fused to the glass... Once you loosen the adhesive, you can pry the glass off, CAREFULLY, the LCD will not come out, it's only the outer perimeter that has the adhesive.

erebis671,

See step 9 to see the glass being separated from the housing AND from the LCD.

erebis671,

My bad, misinterpreted fused with being bonded.

Angela Penaherrera,

After following this guide, is the phone's screen supposed to appear like it did originally? I ask because people act like it does, but mine (and apparently James') does not. It's much less crisp, less bright, and when the screen is off, it looks less black than originally. Also, the responsiveness to touches is now a bit buggy. My impression is that this is either do to removing the adhesive layer, leaving an air gap between the glass and the digitizer, or me buying a low-quality replacement glass.

Dylan S, · Reply

It's not a matter of the quality of the glass, removing the adhesive layer has nothing to do with it, because you will most likely have replaced the lost adhesive (unless you've done as some of the youtube videos described and used the old adhesive, even so, that would have left less space between the glass and digitizer, invalidating one of your point of the air gap). Chances are you made the same mistake I did, if you heated the adhesive to long or held the heat gun at the wrong angle you probably melted part of the digitizer or LCD (probably both, because they are part of a single assembly on this phone.) I make this presumption based upon your last description stating that the screen is less black when turned off than originally, mine is the same. If you did inadvertently melt the digitizer that would explain your issue with responsiveness, once again, mine is the same.

erebis671,

erebis674, thanks for your response, but what do you mean "you will most likely have replaced the lost adhesive...". I don't see that step anywhere in this guide. The adhesive is removed completely in Step 12 and new adhesive is only placed around the border, not above the digitizer.

Are there any other indications that the digitizer or LCD has been melted besides a less-dark screen when off?

Dylan S,

Following up for everyone, turns out my issue was due to another this piece of plastic still attached to the under-side of my replacement glass. I double-checked for this piece a week ago and didn't find anything, but upon removing the glass from the phone today, I saw it start to peel off. I removed it and after re-attaching the glass, the screen now performs as it did when new.

Dylan S,

There really should have been a comment in the guide about overheating the LCD and ruining it. Also, I'd recommend sticking the buttons to the glass when you put them back on instead of the phone casing itself, to ensure they are aligned properly.

John, · Reply

is Samsung SIII SGH-i747m and Samsung SIII GT-i9300 front glass same?

Saily, · Reply

Followed guide exactly and 20-30 mins later I had a working phone that looks new again! Thanks so much!

Chadwick Gibby, · Reply

If I do this right will my phone still have all my stuff (photos , apps, contacts)

Joanna Garcia, · Reply

If I do this right will I loose any of my stuff (contacts, photos, apps)?

Joanna Garcia, · Reply

Hi nice post Angela :) Ive done the change and all looks good, turned phone on and screen comes up like new. only one problem the touch screen doesnt work for some reason. doesnt matter how hard you press so not the air gap. any help would be great thankyou

Richie, · Reply

Hi! Did you make sure to peel off the plastic from both sides of the screen? if you are sure it has no plastic covers on both sides check the connections to the logic board. Sometimes the natural oil from our fingers can get in the way of the metal pins that connect from the screen to the logic board. Just to make sure try cleaning each connector with isopropyl alcohol (90% pure or higher). Hope this helps you!

Angela Penaherrera,

how do i know if i need a full screen or just the glass..?

tay, · Reply

Hi Tay,

If your screen works completely fine but the glass is cracked then you just need to change the glass. If your screen has black spots or doesn't light on then you need to change the whole LCD.

Angela Penaherrera,

Really !@#$%^ that I didn't read these comments. Equally !@#$%^ that the tutorial says nothing about the digitizer being right up against the glass. Phone beyond repair.

Danny Lion, · Reply

My galaxy s3 mini has a shattered screen and the display won't come on. However, the menu and the back lights work and I can still receive calls and emails. Would I need to get a screen digitizer or would replacing the glass screen be enough??

Se Chang, · Reply

Hi! I haven't had the chance to open up a S3 mini but if it's structure is similar to the S3 I suggest to open it up an check if the display data cable is securely connected to the mainboard. Did it fall? Sometimes connectors can get unplugged by drops. I sure hope that's the case! If the screen still doesn't turn on then yeah, you need to replace the LCD. Be sure to look for the right part for your model!

Angela Penaherrera,

Great Guide, i used it to swap the broken glass of a friends s3 with a new one.

Using a hair dryer was more than sufficient for this job, the adhesive came off rather well after about 1 minute of applying heat to the glass. I had to apply heat about 3 times to have the whole glass come off.

Awesome guide and good pictures, thank you verry much!

Andreas, · Reply

I have a galaxy s3 and I want to try to replace the outer screen. ive looked around for one with the digitizer but cant seem to find any. in the pictures it doesn't show but I know there is one but to wat screen is it attached too?

martin, · Reply

Hi! I am not clear on what is it that you need. Do you want to replace the whole LCD or just the glass that covers it? If it's just the glass, in the tools section there is a link to a replacement glass. If it's the whole LCD then you can go to the device page and ifixit's store has an LCD replacement part for the S3. Hope this answers your question!

Angela Penaherrera,

Just thought I would point out that this is the EXACT same procedure as the Galaxy S4. I just did it to an S4 following this guide, and it worked great! Thanks!

Kyle Clark, · Reply

Hello, I have replaced the screen according to the guide. however the middle of the screen touches the LCD behind the glass. therefor i get an ugly spot in the middle of the screen. if put some torsion on the complete phone i can remove the spot.

Anyone has had this problem before? and knows a good way of preventing this?

Danny Z, · Reply

Amazing guide, this was my first attempt to fix something this hi-tech/ expensive/ whatever, and it worked.. You've saved me a lot of cash:) Thanks again..

Michal Danek, · Reply

Hello all. Sadly, I junked the LCD screen on my phone while trying to remove the glass. Since a new (second hand) galaxy 3 is about the same price as a new lcd screen, I'm just going to get myself a new handset. I took my motherboard out before I began heating my screen. If i put the old mother board in the new phone, will it effectively transfer my data and settings, or is there a reason why this wouldn't work? Thank you :)

William, · Reply

Hello Can you please do this repair for me?

Joanna, · Reply

I would love to but I live in Ecuador, South America. Look for videos on YouTube, study them and look carefully at the whole process. It's not difficult once you understand how the components are put together. Good luck!

Angela Penaherrera,

So if my screen has a minor crack and the picture will not show (I guess the LCD is broke) will this procedure allow me to use all my apps and such without losing any of my memory?

mattgreezicki, · Reply

Is it possible to use the screen , lcd parts from an Emoto handset to fix SG3

nittynoo2002, · Reply

Just to let you know, I've been putting this project off for 2 months now and finally decided to do it. Wasn't too hard, and got everything back in its place with the new screen. BUT, not my digitizer doesn't even !@#$%^& work. I don't know if it was the hair dryer or what, but my screen is completely black even though it is on. How can I tell its on? I keep getting texts that I can't see. PLEASE HELP.

Chris Trimble, · Reply

Ive replaced a few of these screens with new glass and the double sided tape. Only issue that has always happed is that the glass will touch the digitizer in the middle once in awhile. This registers a touch that is stuck on and locks up the rest of the touch screen. The only work around is pressing on the glass around the outside of the lcd to release the unwanted touch. Tonight I discovered a great method for curing that problem. I removed the glass and cleaned up very well. Then applied a cut down screen protector for a LG spectrum to underside of the glass to bridge the gap between the glass and the digitzer. Retaped and assembled. This has worked perfect to correct and the screen looks great! Make sure to buy a screen protector that is clear. A protector that is anti-glare would dim the display. With the clear you cant tell its there. Very happy with the results!! Dan

Dan Phillips, · Reply

I bought the replacement glass and with it came tools and what looks like a screen sized sheet of adhesive(?) with sections on it that look like cut outs that should fit in certain places and I'm not sure what all the pieces are for. I see you are just using a roll of adhesive. Thanks for any info!

dbbarney, · Reply

I tried heating up the phone with the heating gun but i feel like even after 20 mins of evenly heating it nothing is comming loose. the phone still works fine turns on no problem but the adhesive refuses to come off

ara, · Reply

Hi need some advise ASAP I broke my screen last year I changed the screen my self It is working fine but now my sis drop a cup on it an back to square 1 can I change d screen a 2nd time if the digitizer is still working

gersh, · Reply

I think you can do it, don't see any reason why it would not work a second time.

Angela Penaherrera,

Hi Angela, I have fixed about 10 galaxys 3 now. But lately the last two I have, I have been having trouble with the touch screen after I fixed it. But only on certain areas. Like on the bottom right and left corner. Everywhere else its fine. What do you think Im doing wrong? Too much heat? (whats the temp you use?) I use the old adhesive and I apply new adheasive on top? I dont used LOCA glue? any suggestions will help. Thanks

ro1and, · Reply

Great... now the display will not turn on at all. Capacitive buttons and LEDs work fine... but it just stays black. All connections are fine. FML, now I gotta pay $150 for a new display. I should have read the comments.

Dylan Mullaney, · Reply

I dropped my galaxy s3 on its back and it wouldn't display anything (only some small pixel sized lights). I tried to do my combo (the dot thingy) and it wouldn't respond. Thinking that it can't get any worse and I may as well drop it again and hope everything falls back into place, the bottom half of the screen is purple (lol fail). But I still keep getting notifications so the phone must still be working, so the only thing that is probably messed up is the LCD thingy.

Anyways, my question is how much do you think it'll cost to fix it? If it can be fixed, like will they not be able to fix it since it's like 2-3 generations old?

Naser Abdulrahman, · Reply

Hi! I can't tell you how much it cost because that changes through countries and states. I live in South America and I am not an authorized technician so I don't really know about prices. What I can tell you is that a complete screen assembly (LCD + touch glass) costs about $140 on ebay and is sooooooo much easier to replace than only the glass.

Ifixit even has a guide on how to do the front panel replacement and sales the parts necessary on their online store. Even though their parts are a bit higher in price you have warranty that they will work perfectly. Ebay is kinda of a gamble since some are shipped directly from China and may not work correctly or have low quality. Check out ifixit's guide! http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Samsung+Gala...

Angela Penaherrera,

Hello Angela !

Thanks to you and your clear guide i could fix a Galaxy S3 from a friend of my.

He was very happy with it and i was very proud i could do it and now 3 more friends came to me with similair requests.

Thank you again.

Regards, Eric.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Eric, · Reply

Hi. Can I check if the digitizer works without the front glass? If I touch it with the front display glass removed will it still work or does it need the glass to function properly? Thanks.

Galaxy, · Reply

Hi, I recently attempted to fix a galaxy s3 that my cousin said she dropped the screen was cracked and when i took off the glass there was even a crack on the digitizer so what I thought would work is to replace the digitizer for the Galaxy s3 after the repair, the screen is still not showing. It vibrates and makes noises but the picture won't show. Help please !

Jocelyn, · Reply

hi. i have a samsung galax s3, my screen got broken , i can just see a small part of the display but i can do any thing on it. it can vibrate if someone calls but i can't pickup the call, so do i need to change the whole screen or just a cover glass? help me friends

uwizeye, · Reply

does anyone know if you can just replace the cracked glass on the galazy 4? everyone else is telling me I would have to replace digitizer as well... the images still show on the phone its just the screen has a crack? thanks

vikki, · Reply

does anyone knoe if the digitizer has to be replaced when replacing a cracked screen? the phone screen still displays images but the screen is cracked? ive had some tell me you have to replace the screen glass and digitizer together?

thanks

vikki, · Reply

That comment was from Dan Phillips, I would try that out too! ^_^

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superngorks, · Reply

Just fixed my cracked screen with this guide, it worked perfectly. It was time consuming only because I was too cautious with the heat gun so the glue took a while to liquefy. If you have access to an infrared thermometer it would be a huge help, I've read you need the front to be somewhere between 160 - 180.

Thanks for putting this guide together!

Ken, · Reply

Nice guide. My phone is fixed now and back to normal operation. Thanks :)

Although I would have liked to be informed about that gel layer between the display and the glass cover before. Nobody talked about that. Everybody just talks about the glue. But there is only adhesive tape on the edges ... The main part of the screen is the gel layer to separate. This is not glue. With this procedure you will loose the gel layer and therefore have an air gap between the display and the glass cover. This results in more reflections and might lead to dust particles sitting between the screen and the glass layer as well.

I took some shots of the process ... In the lower right picture you can see the gel layer I am talking about https://www.flickr.com/photos/d5e/138409...

muham3661, · Reply

Hi, regarding Step 6, I haven't got a heat gun and I'm not going to use a hair-dryer since I would be sitting there for hours. I noticed someone talking about the iOpener cushion(?) and wanted to know if it would be an effective substitute? Since it looks like a pretty wide item and could heat up not just the borders but the entire front?

Also people are saying there is some sort of gel on the actual LCD while others are saying there is only adhesive on the edges? Which is it and what should I do to not damage the actual LCD?

Minesh Patel, · Reply

Hi Minesh! I have not tried to open a samsung with te iopener but i do think it would be a safer way to soften up the glue at the borders.

In my experience, the "gel" that goes between the glass and the lcd does need to be heated up so that it loosens up. It feels like a gel but its a layer of a special glue that is used to fill that air gap. That glue comes in layers and it might be a little hard to find and to apply. If you search the comments on the different steps there is a hack that involves putting a screen protector on the back of the glass, Dan Phillips posted it up.

Angela Penaherrera,

Here is the original comment by Dan:

Ive replaced a few of these screens with new glass and the double sided tape. Only issue that has always happed is that the glass will touch the digitizer in the middle once in awhile. This registers a touch that is stuck on and locks up the rest of the touch screen. The only work around is pressing on the glass around the outside of the lcd to release the unwanted touch. Tonight I discovered a great method for curing that problem. I removed the glass and cleaned up very well. Then applied a cut down screen protector for a LG spectrum to underside of the glass to bridge the gap between the glass and the digitzer. Retaped and assembled. This has worked perfect to correct and the screen looks great! Make sure to buy a screen protector that is clear. A protector that is anti-glare would dim the display. With the clear you cant tell its there. Very happy with the results!! Dan

Angela Penaherrera,

I followed these instructions but when I pulled up the digitizer was still attached to the front glass. I don't know what I did wrong. I didn't see any tips in the main article that mentioned this could happen. The digitizer was to thin to detach from the screen after and broke when I gently tried to remove it.

Bryan Gray, · Reply

I too did the same thing. No where was there ANY mention of the digitizer. Now I need to order a part that's over $100 compared to the $8 for just the screen. Siver lining....learned for future DIY screen repairs...I figured out that using a very thin piece of wire was much easier in seperating the screen from the phone.

Tonya. Nov. 21

Tonya, · Reply

Oh, oh, oh my!!! So stinking excited to have found this!!! Ordering a kit on ebay that seems to have all the necessary pieces and supplies. I own a heat gun...Bring on The Geek!!!

Dev Rajhansa, · Reply

We followed a different guide (from another site) and didn't know that the button cables were attached......sliced right through it! Now the lcd screen is displaying purple-ish/magenta streaks, anyone else experience this too? If we replace the button cables, is there then a way to "fix" this problem other than replacing the lcd?

Mom of 3, · Reply

hi i changed the screen "plastic" but i have a problem with the display now. it doesn't work at all. how can i check if the display is not working anymore or just the connection with it is lost??????? help pls ASAP!!!!!! THANK YOU! :))))))

bernadettanzik, · Reply

Hi, was the display working before you changed the front glass? There is no "plastic", you should had taken out the front glass that was glued to the display. I would recommend checking all the connections to the logic board.

Angela Penaherrera,

Hi! Do i need bonding adhesive digitzer to LCD?

service, · Reply

Hello,

No, you don't need bonding adhesive =)

Angela Penaherrera,

Removed the front glass off my S3 left with what looks like a plastic sheet what is part of the button ribbon. Should this have lifted? Can this still be replaced?

Karl , · Reply

Hi! I would recommend that you post a question and attach pictures of what happened.

Angela Penaherrera,

I found that the best technique here (if using the tape shown in the picture) is to cut a piece longer than you need. Leave the backing on the tape. Then, start on one end and place the tape like normal. This will result in extra tape dangling on one side. If you touch the sticky side of the extra tape, it will stick to your finger and separate from the paper. Pull the paper off, and then cut the tape to the correct size.

Christopher Nies, · Reply

Great, works perfect.Only comment I have is with the new screen, if you push a bit hard (like when to move a pictogram) the fhone blocks, put him in standby (button right on the fhone) en back ok when you start again. I don't now why, that wasn't before. Possible no gel between the glas and LCD the reason ??

wilf, · Reply

Hi Angela, I have fixed about 10 galaxys 3 now. But lately the last two I have, I have been having trouble with the touch screen after I fixed it. But only on certain areas. Like on the bottom right and left corner. Everywhere else its fine. What do you think Im doing wrong? Too much heat? (whats the temp you use?) I use the old adhesive and I apply new adheasive on top? I dont used LOCA glue? any suggestions will help. Thanks

ro1and, · Reply

Hi! It could be too much heat, I try to use just enough to separate the glass with a little effort. My heat gun has only 2 temperatures.

"Ive replaced a few of these screens with new glass and the double sided tape. Only issue that has always happed is that the glass will touch the digitizer in the middle once in awhile. This registers a touch that is stuck on and locks up the rest of the touch screen. The only work around is pressing on the glass around the outside of the lcd to release the unwanted touch. Tonight I discovered a great method for curing that problem. I removed the glass and cleaned up very well. Then applied a cut down screen protector for a LG spectrum to underside of the glass to bridge the gap between the glass and the digitzer. Retaped and assembled. This has worked perfect to correct and the screen looks great! Make sure to buy a screen protector that is clear. A protector that is anti-glare would dim the display. With the clear you cant tell its there. Very happy with the results!! Dan"

Angela Penaherrera,

That comment was from Dan Phillips, I would try that out too! ^_^

Angela Penaherrera,

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superngorks, · Reply

Nice guide. My phone is fixed now and back to normal operation. Thanks :)

Although I would have liked to be informed about that gel layer between the display and the glass cover before. Nobody talked about that. Everybody just talks about the glue. But there is only adhesive tape on the edges ... The main part of the screen is the gel layer to separate. This is not glue. With this procedure you will loose the gel layer and therefore have an air gap between the display and the glass cover. This results in more reflections and might lead to dust particles sitting between the screen and the glass layer as well.

I took some shots of the process ... In the lower right picture you can see the gel layer I am talking about https://www.flickr.com/photos/d5e/138409...

muham3661, · Reply

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