Galaxy S5 LCD Screen and Digitizer

$199.95

Product code: IF236-000

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Galaxy S5 LCD Screen and Digitizer

$199.95

Product code: IF236-000

Product Overview

Fix that broken screen!

  • No touch sensitivity? Cracked screen? This is the part you need.
  • 5.1 inch Full HD Super AMOLED (1920x1080) screen.
  • The display assembly includes the LCD and digitizer and all components pictured.
  • This part will work in a Sprint/Verizon or AT&T/T-Mobile Galaxy S5.

Compatibility

  • Samsung Galaxy S5 Devices

Product Details

  • Model Compatibility: SM-G900F, SM-G900H, SM-G900R4, SM-G900V, SM-G900RZWAUSC

$199.95 Black / New

 
 

Condition:

New

$199.95 White / New

 
 

Condition:

New

$189.95 Black / A-Stock

 
 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This used part is in excellent condition.

$169.95 Black / B-Stock

 
 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This used part will have minor cosmetic wear.

$189.95 White / A-Stock

 
 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This used part is in excellent condition.

$169.95 White / B-Stock

 
 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This used part will have minor cosmetic wear.

$189.95 Blue / A-Stock

 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This used part is in excellent condition.

$169.95 Blue / B-Stock

 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This used part will have minor cosmetic wear.

 

Compatibility

Samsung Galaxy S5
AT&T
Sprint
T-Mobile
Verizon
 

Stories

My Problem

Dropped phone, broken display.

My Fix

Repair was really straight forward. I love this website!

My Advice

I don't know that I benefited from using the heating pad. Working the adhesive took a little work but all in all it was easier than previous models.

My Problem

My brother accidentally ran over my phone. Needless to say, the screen became a beautiful spider web of shatteredness.

I followed the guide here:

Samsung Galaxy S5 Display Assembly Replacement

My Fix

I purchased the S5 Display Assembly and followed the guide to fixing it. The repair took me about 1 hour. But it was successful! The guide worked really well and was spot on.

My Advice

A couple of things:

1. Make sure all of the edges are free of shattered glass before putting the new screen on. I used a tiny flat screwdriver to get any shattered glass stuck to the adhesive around the edges of the screen.

2. If your glass is shattered, you may have difficulty using the pick lift the screen because the pick gets caught on the little glass shards. Use your pick to individually pry up shards or use a tiny flat sided screwdriver to carefully pry them up. I found you need something a little more stiff and pointy than the pick to make this happen.

3. I want to reemphasize applying heat often. If the screen feels hard to get off, put more heat on it. it make it easier and safer to continue the repair.

4. Reapply adhesive. Some of the old adhesive was still there but not a lot. This will ensure your phone remains waterproof after the repair.

My Problem

Kid smashed the screen of a 1 month old phone it dropped about 6inches onto gravel.

My Fix

Took about 30MIN used a magic bag gel heating pads work as well. One screw and used the ifixit kit. The pick would have been nice.

My Advice

It comes with ADHESIVE!!!!!!!!!. peel and stick everything you need comes in a box. Top quality parts straight from Samsung not the knockoffs from xyzdotcom. But at the end of the day it would be cheaper to pick up a oneplus one considering the cost of the screen.

My Problem

So... I dropped my s5 on its face and it broke the LCD. Not the digitizer! And so I had a working phone with no display.

My Fix

The repair went just as smooth as the guide made it look. It only took me about 30 minutes or so to complete it.

My Advice

The OEM LCD has some glue under it that should be expected. But if you follow the guides directions and use the suggested tools you won't have any issues.

My Problem

I broke my screen hitting it with a stick accidentally...

My Fix

The screen was much harder to get off that the tutorial or videos online make it seem. Once it's off though, easy peasy. It took 1-2 hours to do it, I have no prior phone repair experience. Getting the screen out was difficult because the glue didn't seem to melt very much. As I worked my way around the screen it just broke more as I went, which made it a more difficult process since the screen itself wasn't helping much in the task of prying it loose.

My Advice

The instructions make it seem like you need to start in a specific corner, but it was easiest to just run the pick up and down the sides with some pressure till you find a place loose enough to go in.

Most of the tools listed as needed in the tutorial weren't actually needed. Only really needed the pick, and iOpener. I used the spudger and opening tool because I had them, but a pencil or knife would have worked just as well as they were only needed to reach to places the pick couldn't.

There's adhesive on the back of the new screen which wasn't clear in the tutorial. So once the screen is off, you just plug in the big plug, feed the little one through, plop on the screen, and plug in the little plug.

I peeled off all of the old adhesive, somewhere I had read to leave it and heat it back up so it's used, but since there's some on the new screen I figured it would be a cleaner, more waterproof fit without the old gunk.

My Problem

Ordering the complete glass+display+digitizer assembly from ifixit.com was a little expensive, but worth it.

My Fix

I took my time, and everything went smoothly.

My Advice

Ordering the complete glass+display+digitizer assembly from ifixit.com was a little expensive, but worth it.

Don't bother buying all of the suggested parts. You don't need the plastic opening tools, and definitely not the iOpener. The spudger was nice to have, but a hairdryer worked excellent for heating the device. I used a thermometer and brought it up to around 120 - 130 degrees F.

Take your time, and keep applying heat as you go around. The old display will break (more), as it is glued in the center. Just keep heating, and sliding the picks around, and it will come apart. Also, once you get it apart, be sure to clean out the old goop where the new screen will be seated. You want a nice clean surface.

When re-assembling:

1) Connect the display cable only, and power-on the device to test it out. Power it back off and disconnect.

2) Remove the plastic covers from the new assembly:

a) The tape with the red handle holding the display cable

b) The green outer cover over the glue edge

c) The blue cover over the copper foil

3) Connect the display cable, and set the top part of the screen in place.

4) Fish the fingerprint reader cable down through the hole, as you slowly lower the glass in place.

5) Make sure the soft key tabs are in place before you get all the way down

6) Make sure it's lined up before getting all the way down

7) Apply pressure from one corner towards the other corners to seal it down