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Original post by: Thomas ,


Interesting with these freezing machines. It opens the question on whether it would be possible to use freezing spray. Especially on a broken glass where you can take off piece by piece.

However, I would still have thought that the digitizer comes off with the glass. Is this not the case with the freezing technique? The digitizer remains on the LCD and will work with a new glass applied?

I dropped my Xperia Z3 and the glass cracked in a million small pieces and the digitizer stopped working. The display works fine though, so I need to replace both glass and digitizer, but not LCD.  So I was considering whether it would work with freezing spray. Worth a try, perhaps, as I have a can of freezing spray.