Galaxy S III (AT&T/T-Mobile) Screen

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Galaxy S III (AT&T/T-Mobile) Screen

$49.99

$49.99

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Product Details

Description

Description

Replace a scratched or cracked front glass digitizer panel or a malfunctioning display.

Part Assembly Includes

Part Assembly Includes

  • Front Glass Digitizer Panel
  • 4.8 inch 720 x 1280 pixel Super AMOLED Display.
  • Front Plastic Frame

Compatibility

Compatibility

  • Samsung Galaxy S III I747 (AT&T)
  • Samsung Galaxy S III T999 (T-Mobile)

Specifications

Specifications

Model #:
SGH-I747, SGH-T999

Compatibility

Samsung Galaxy S III
AT&T (I747)
T-Mobile (T999)

Repair Stories

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Jonathan Christopher's Story Photo #1016621

My Problem

Customer had a broken screen on the front that wasn't displaying an image. Everything else seemed to work.

My Fix

The repair went well. Customer was excited to have his phone up and working in no time.

My Advice

As for advice: remember your screw placement, easy on the connections and disconnections, and take your t . . .

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My Problem

Shattered screen...repair went smoothly

My Fix

The repair was great....

My Advice

Repair went smoor

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My Problem

On a typical Friday, the thing that you'd never expect and don't want it to happen just sort of did happen to me: in a rush, my cellphone fell from my pant's pocket face flat on the ground from a rather meager height. I was relieved my screen didn't crack but I cracked when I realized the LCD was de . . .

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My Problem

I went for a run with the wife but forgot I wasn't wearing my running shorts with zipper secured pockets. One good trot was all it took to have my phone launch from the pocket and land directly on its display. Fortunately, the concrete slowed the phones descent. Unfortunately, this lead to a dest . . .

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My Problem

I dropped the phone and rendered it useless due to breaking the screen and digitizer. I had no insurance and could not upgrade, but need my phone.

My Fix

The fix is pretty straight foward and videos walk you through it from start to the finish. My biggest prop was when UPS screwed the pooch with the next d . . .

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My Problem

I dropped my phone on the kitchen tile floor (face down). When I picked it up, the screen wasn't damaged (1 Point Gorilla Glass); however, the LCD was cracked in the upper right corner. I was very angry because I only have had the phone for 6 months. Within 2 hours, the entire screen stopped work . . .

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