Galaxy S III Motherboard (Sprint)

$26.95

Product code: IF225-024-1

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Galaxy S III Motherboard (Sprint)

$26.95

Product code: IF225-024-1

Product Overview

Fix that broken motherboard!

  • Clean IMEI and ready to be activated
  • Functionally tested and verified to be working
  • The 16 GB and 32 GB motherboards are cross compatible.

Compatibility

  • Samsung Galaxy S III (Sprint)

Product Details

  • Model Compatibility: L710

  $26.95 16GB

 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

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Compatibility

Samsung Galaxy S III
Sprint
 

Stories

Nathan Young's Story Photo #876557

My Problem

Charge port came loose.

My Fix

I don't know how it went. Lol. My 14-year-old daughter didn't want to wait for me and swapped it herself. No guide or anything.

My Advice

Let your kids do it?

Miguel Castaneda's Story Photo #529355

My Problem

"Brick Cellphone" Possible corrupt firmware, I was unable to upload original firmware from Samsung and Samsung repair center declare my cellphone broken "Beyond Repair" do water damage.... non sense.

My Fix

The repair was easy probably the harder part was to reconnect the ribbon cables they're very small, from start to finish it takes about ten minutes.

My Advice

Make sure you have clean work area and touch any grounded metal before you star the repair electrostatic can damage circuit parts.

My Problem

The phone would no longer charge. The issue was the micro usb, which i tried to replace. But my soldering iron was not hot enough to melt all the pins at once to get it off.

My Fix

I replaced the mother board and screen and the phone is like new.

My Advice

Replace the screen first. It is harder and there is no reason to subject the new board to a heat gun.

My Problem

power button was failing and constantly restarting the phone

My Fix

It was so easy to swap mother boards, and fascinating to see how fasteners are used to connect different components to the motherboard.

My Advice

Have a guitar pick handy to pop open the clips that hold the inner cover down to the corners, and for pushing up the fasteners.

Don't waste your time trying to solder or replace the power switch on the motherbaord, this fix is easy and lets you just swap out the whole motherboard. so so much easier.