Samsung Galaxy S III Display Assembly (LCD, Digitizer/Front Glass) - Sprint

$199.95

Product code: IF225-003

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Samsung Galaxy S III Display Assembly (LCD, Digitizer/Front Glass) - Sprint

$199.95

Product code: IF225-003

Product Overview

Fix that broken screen!

  • No touch sensitivity? Cracked screen? This is the part you need.
  • The display assembly includes the LCD, digitizer and frame with various other components. The part will come with all components pictured.
  • This is a brand new OEM, original part.
  • This part will only work in a Sprint Galaxy S III. We do carry the display assembly for the other carrier versions below

AT&T/T-Mobile

Verizon

US Cellular

Compatibility

  • Samsung Galaxy S III (Sprint)

Product Details

  • Model Compatibility: SPH-L710

$199.95 White / GH97-13712B

 
 

Condition:

New

$199.95 Blue / GH97-13712A

 

Condition:

New

$79.95 White / A-Stock

 
 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This used part is in excellent condition.

$79.95 Blue / A-Stock

 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This used part is in excellent condition.

$59.95 Blue / C-Stock

 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This used part will have significant cosmetic wear but is fully functional. Returns will not be accepted for cosmetic issues.

 

Compatibility

Samsung Galaxy S III
Sprint
 

Stories

My Problem

I borrowed my daughter's Samsung phone to make a call while paddle boarding. Needless to say, the phone got wet and went dark. All the phone functions still appeared to be working, it was still responding to incoming texts and calls, so I decided I would try and replace the screen. After some research I found the IFIXIT site and the right part for the phone.

My Fix

Using the repair guide on the IFIXIT website, it was fairly straightforward to disassemble the phone, take off parts and motherboard, and transfer everything to the new display assembly. You need a few basic tools: small phillips head screw driver and flat end tweezers to pry off the ribbon connectors. My old Edroy "Magni-focuser" headband magnifier was indispensable for this task. After screwing the back plate back on and popping the battery back in came the moment of truth: YEAH! We're back in business!

My Advice

Even though it may appear daunting at first, with the help of the repair guide and teardown and a little patience, anyone can do this kind of repair.

Peace of advice: get a waterproof case for your phone so you don't have to fix it in the first place.