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Original Samsung Galaxy S3 SIII Pebble Blue Front Glass Replacement - D&R electronix
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- Samsung Galaxy S3 SIII
- Pebble Blue Front Glass
- The LCD display is not included
- The same as picture shown
This item is available because of the Add-on program
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I dropped my Galaxy s3 phone, the glass screen was cracked and I was really upset about it, what disappointed me more is that I was not sure that any replacement I buy online will be original and of high quality
I ordered this product and it came very fast within a week "although the minimum estimate was 3 weeks", after I installed it I was very disappointed and contacted the seller with the following concerns:
- It is much thicker
- The screen is very blurry, when closed it appears to be white not black as it used to be
- The home button is recessed, it is flowing deeply inside the thick screen
- The touch response is less sensitive than the original one
The seller was very polite, he offered a refund with no argument at all, he even told me to keep it as it will not be easy to send it to this long distance "China" especially after it was already installed on my phone
A few days later while searching for another product on Amazon and eBay I found people complaining about the same issues on different product, only 1 review had a note that the replacement glass has another layer of plastic cover internally at the interface between the glass screen and the digitizer, i.Read more ›
I followed the procedure in many of the videos, removing the battery, the antenna, the camera and the green computer board from inside the phone... the reason was to avoid any damage from the heat that needs to be applied to the screen to soften the glue. All you need is a few small screwdrivers (for eyeglass repairs). It was a little intimidating and I wondered if I was damaging the phone but just follow the video instructions one step at a time and you'll be fine.
I then used a regular hair dryer, low speed, high heat, and slowly went around the edges of the front of the phone to soften the glue that is behind the glass. I did this for about 3-4 minutes. I then used a standard square razor blade (used in box cutters) and slowly pushed a corner of the blade between the glass and the blue "rim" of the phone. The razor blade easily pushed in but I could feel the resistance of the glue. I applied heat for another minute or so, then tried again. I was able to insert the blade about 1/8 inch and then slowly go around the entire rim of the phone. I repeated this a few times until I could get my finger nails under the glass and started slowly pulling up. You might need to apply a little heat now and then to keep the glue soft.Read more ›
Note: This is the front glass only. Do not buy if you have a damaged or missing digitizer or LCD. If you phone still displays the image correctly and your touch still works then this is for you. Check youtube for guides on how to repair your phone with this item.
Of note: if you get this, and have a completely shattered glass like mine was, expect thousands of shards of glass to spring free as you try to peel the old part off. Its not as easy as the youtube vids show, where they replace a slightly cracked but intact glass. Heat does help immensely, get it to the point its almost unbearable to touch and it will be much easier to peel off. Be careful not to poke down into the phone too much when prying it off or you will scratch or crack the LCD, which is a whole different repair (replace) job.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
barely even got it on the phone and it shattered. thin and i wouldnt do this again anywaysPublished 4 days ago by GREG
Quality is above average and shipping was way faster than quoted. Would buy again.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer