The Samsung Galaxy S3 is a multi-touch, slate-format smartphone with eye-tracking ability, increased storage, and a wireless charging option.

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Any idea what the goo is?

Any idea what the goo is in between the glass and the digitizer? I occasionally get a ghost contact point on the touchscreen which requires me to turn the phone off and then on to get rid of. I'm told I can fix the problem if I replace the goo that attaches the screen tot he digitizer when I give it. Does anyone know what it is?

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Usually the "goo" is actually Liquid optically-clear adhesive LOCA and not really anything that you can replace. Is this your original display?

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Marc Ferrari, you can get it from places like this as well as many others. Just don't expect it to be cheap:-)

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Sounds like ectoplasm to me. But I'm not a Galaxy tech. http://skepdic.com/ectoplasm.html

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So, who you gonna call....? :-))

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I've already replaced the screen twice, not good keeping them in one piece. However I've noticed with mine and a couple friends that I've fixed with my new found knowledge these phantom touchs that stick on the screen. The only thing I can think of lacking in the equiasion is the stuff in between the screen and the lcd. Any info on where to get this LOCA and how much to use?

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