Answer to: Can I separate the glass from the LCD screen?Just changed the complete unit and tried to separate the broken glass from the old digitizer and LCD. Silicone remover seemed to be a usable choice. After a good beginning, probably with too less care and too much solvent, first the digitizer started cracking, because it is much thinner than the protection glass, shortly after this the LCD decomposed into all its layers. I would say it is not impossible to separate glass, digitizer and LCD, but as long as there is no simple and safe method, it isn't worth the effort. Next time (hopefully never) I probably will install a separate LCD without glueing. One more point: It took me a long time to remove all the very small chips of broken glass from the adhesive strips on the frame above and below the display area. It would be good to have them as replacement parts.