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Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Plus I9060i - How to disassemble and remove /replace broken touch screen glass dgitizer.

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This is Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Plus i9060i with broken screen. Remove the battery and any installed SIM and memory cards. Remove the battery and any installed SIM and memory cards.
  • This is Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Plus i9060i with broken screen.

  • Remove the battery and any installed SIM and memory cards.

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There are 12x small Phillips screws, remove them. With a plastic tool start the disassembling from the bottom side. You can use more then one plastic tool.
  • There are 12x small Phillips screws, remove them.

  • With a plastic tool start the disassembling from the bottom side.

  • You can use more then one plastic tool.

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The rear bezel is locked to the frame near to the battery connector. Use a tool with a sharp tip and unhook it. Now you can separate the rear bezel.
  • The rear bezel is locked to the frame near to the battery connector. Use a tool with a sharp tip and unhook it.

  • Now you can separate the rear bezel.

  • This is the Loudspeaker (in case if you want to change it).

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Remove one Phillips screw. Disconnect: Vloume UP/DWN buttons flex cable and Power ON button flex cable.
  • Remove one Phillips screw.

  • Disconnect:

    • Vloume UP/DWN buttons flex cable and Power ON button flex cable.

    • LCD flex cable

    • Front camera

    • Audio jack flex cable

  • Now gently remove the logic board.

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Remove the front camera. Disconnect the touchscreen flex cable and unstuck it from the middle frame.
  • Remove the front camera.

  • Disconnect the touchscreen flex cable and unstuck it from the middle frame.

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At the bottom side, under the touch screen glass is the menu buttons flex cable. Be careful for it when you separating the glass from the frame. Warm the glass. This will soften the adhesive tape. You can use hot air gun or hair dryer. With a plastic tool start the separation at the upper side.
  • At the bottom side, under the touch screen glass is the menu buttons flex cable. Be careful for it when you separating the glass from the frame.

  • Warm the glass. This will soften the adhesive tape. You can use hot air gun or hair dryer.

  • With a plastic tool start the separation at the upper side.

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You can warm the glass again to separate the glass easier. Gently unstuck the menu buttons flex cable and remove the glass. Gently unstuck the menu buttons flex cable and remove the glass.
  • You can warm the glass again to separate the glass easier.

  • Gently unstuck the menu buttons flex cable and remove the glass.

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There is a small plate in the touch screen flex cable slot. Remove it to allow the flex cable of the new touch screen to pass. Remove the remnants of the adhesive sticker and clean the LCD. Remove the remnants of the adhesive sticker and clean the LCD.
  • There is a small plate in the touch screen flex cable slot. Remove it to allow the flex cable of the new touch screen to pass.

  • Remove the remnants of the adhesive sticker and clean the LCD.

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Install the new touch screen and start with the reassembling. Install the new touch screen and start with the reassembling. Install the new touch screen and start with the reassembling.
  • Install the new touch screen and start with the reassembling.

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That's all. Thanks!
  • That's all. Thanks!

I have done all that but the swipe isn't working all the screen is normal colours but I don't know why its not working

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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