Galaxy S7 Screen

  • Galaxy S7 Screen / White / Fix Kit v.2
  • Galaxy S7 Screen / Black / Fix Kit v.2
  • Galaxy S7 Screen / Gold / Fix Kit v.2
  • Galaxy S7 Screen / Silver / Fix Kit v.2
  • Galaxy S7 Screen / White / Part Only
  • Galaxy S7 Screen / White / Part Only
  • Galaxy S7 Screen / Black / Part Only
  • Galaxy S7 Screen / Black / Part Only
  • Galaxy S7 Screen / Gold / Part Only
  • Galaxy S7 Screen / Gold / Part Only
  • Galaxy S7 Screen / Silver / Part Only
  • Galaxy S7 Screen / Silver / Part Only
  • 360°
360
Galaxy S7 Screen

$149.99

$149.99

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Product Details

Description

Description

Replace a scratched, cracked, or malfunctioning display assembly.

Part Assembly Includes

Part Assembly Includes

  • Front Glass Digitizer Screen
  • 5.1 inch Quad HD Super AMOLED (2560x1440) Display

Kit Contents

Kit Contents

  • New Replacement Screen for Galaxy S7
  • Galaxy S7 Touch Screen Adhesive
  • Galaxy S7 Rear Cover Adhesive
  • Alcohol Pad

Compatibility

Compatibility

  • Samsung Galaxy S7
  • Excludes Galaxy S7 Edge

Compatibility

Samsung Galaxy S7
AT&T (G930A)
Global (G930F)
Sprint (G930P)
T-Mobile (G930T)
Verizon (G930V)

Repair Stories

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My Problem

Phone was stepped on and shattered screen. Display did not work. Still received phone calls and charging/notifications light still worked.

My Fix

That adhesive is no joke. Paint stayed stuck to the adhesive from the back panel. So now you can see through the back panel after assembly. The new adhesive for t . . .

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My Problem

Digitizer screen cracked,making the phone useless, inoperable.

My Fix

The repair/replacement went great.The parts were exact fit and phone works perfectly again.

My Advice

When replacing the front screen and or digitizer, it would be wise to plan to replace the back glass cover on these phones as well.The adhesive st . . .

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My Problem

Cracked screen for my dads friend

My Fix

Backglass was hard to get underneath but thats my fault j had a crappy sesemo tool. But I didn't scratch it or crack it.

My Advice

Best way to do this is start from the top corners with a sesemo opening tool. Stop a quarter inch in and switch to a business card and apply heat a . . .