Distributed by Verizon, the Ellipsis 7 is an Android 4.4 KitKat tablet that features a 7" display and a quad-core 1.2 GHz processor. Can also be identified with the model number QMV78.

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Ellipsis 7 screen repair

I am looking for an Ellipsis 7 screen the screen has been totally destroyed, i'm having a hard time finding the right one, the one's that are shown online show that there is a tab on the side of the screen but my tab is in the front which is also destroyed,that tab is connect to the screen right,or do that needs to be replaced too, is there any way that i can send pictures to you and show you my problem?

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Hey Chris,

From what I've seen online, it's really difficult to get a legitimate replacement screen with LCD. Have you contacted Verizon at all for repair? I will email you for pictures.


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You can get a new screen for $19.99 including shipping. Not hard to install. You just need a small screw driver


The cover snaps on and off. I started prying by the sd/simms card slot and worked around the tablet. Once the cover is off, remove all of the screws you can reach. The top layer of electronics is glued to the back of the display screen with a soft glue that sticks very well. I pried the top layer of electronics away enough to reach in with a fairly sharp knife and made light slices into the glue until the glue was released from the metal mesh that is against the back of the screen. After the glue is released you can reach the remaining screws. The screen is held to the clear outer screen by an adhesive but it isn't near as strong as the glue I talked about in the last step. Get the part number from the back of the screen to make sure you order the exact replacement. Take pictures as you go so when the new screen arrives you'll have reference in case you forget where something belongs. I used my pictures! (The flat cables are held in place by a tiny hinged clamp. Before removing the cables use your fingernail or a knife to lift the clamp that is on the opposite side of where the cable is inserted. When you release the clamp it will be at a 90 degree angle from the flat cable.)

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This is the same screen used in several 7" tablets. I researched the manufacturer of the screen itself, then located the least expensive. Found it on Ebay (of course). Search this up:

ASUS Fonepad 7 ME372 ME175 New LCD Screen Display.

This is a perfect fit. the ribbon cable lines up perfectly.

Hope this helps!


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My screen is broken on my ellipsis 7. But not cracked, I think it's the LCD screen underneath.

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