An updated edition of the Samsung Galaxy S II released in 2013 identifiable by the model number GT-I9105/P.

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Screen cracked only glass replacement

I hav got a samsung s2 plus that has got a cracked screen the lcd and touch layer are fine . Is there any way to replace only the glass part?

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Hey Henrich, it is possible but it can be a mess to do. This video shows how to replace the glass for the s2 and this video shows the removal of the glass display for your specific device.

-You can purchase the glass-only display here:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/FREE-SHIP-for-Sa...

-Be careful to not damage the LCD.

-Let me know how it goes.

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Thanks a lot I'll post some photos as soon as I'll have time to do it

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Yes, you can fix the glass only if the lcd is still working. Go to youtube and search for glass repair on Samsung 2, there is tutorial there.

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Sorry for the delay but the shipping took ages. So this is what the phone looked like

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the replacement screen came with a plastic spudger whitch was useless after 2minutes of using it so I used a knife instead (I know that its not the best idea but it worked out well)

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some progress

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the phone had a tape aplied whitch held the stock glass in I think that it might have been strong enough to hold the new glass but I bought some screen tape so I used that. After the stock screen was away i cleand the display with alcohol just to get any leftovers away. This is the final pruduct

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the colours of the display are fine but you can see glow from the capacitive buttons when you look at a certain angle this could have been fixed if i have had put the tape above the button. Also if someone wants to do this Id recommend getting a seethrough glue between the lcd and the glass just to make it look better and feel better and heat the glass often while taking it of it will go a lot better.

@iapple thanks a lot.

Sorry for my grammar Im not native

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