HTC Droid Incredible Replacement LCD Display Screen
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- LCD Display Replacement Part
- For HTC Droid Incredible Only
- Brand New Product
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It is used to repair a faulty screen,This is a high quality HTC DROID INCREDIBLE LCD DISPLAY. This will also cure: Dead pixels Display problems Cracked LCD screens Wrong color issues
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This product description does NOT give you the part number of the screen you are ordering. This is likely because it's a general listing for an HTC Droid Incredible replacement screen. The problem is, there are at least two different screens. The differences are minor, but enough to make them incompatible.
You will want to look for a disassembly video for the HTC Incredible (simply search for it on your favorite search engine) and take apart your phone. Then, you will want to find the part number on the back of the screen you will be replacing and order the CORRECT part number (once again, you can search by the part number).
The part number will be on a white sticker on the back of your screen, preceded by "P/N :". The two possible part numbers that I have seen thus far are 60H00291, and 60H00287.
The minor difference in these two screens comes in the placement of the ribbon cable. If you have a 60H00291, and get a 60H00287, the ribbon cable on the 60H00287 is too high to fit correctly into the connector on the motherboard of the phone. Similar problems would occur if the reverse situation were the case. The difference is frustratingly small, only about a millimeter, but it's enough that, when fully assembled, your screen will not function. The screens are superficially identical otherwise, and you can make one work with the other while the case is open, and there is no stress on the ribbon cable, but not while the phone is fully assembled and sealed.
Because you are ordering from different sellers, and the part number is not specified in this listing, I suggest you search for your specific needed part number, and skip this listing entirely.
*note* these performance issues may be due to the screen but also may be a result of the fall that cracked the original screen*
After replacing the screen, the phone seems to work pretty good most of the time. However, some of the time tapping is non-responsive. Other times if i'm not applying any touch inputs the screen "touches itself" and opens items on its own, most of the time it opens the recent apps menu (equivalent to holding the home button down for 2 seconds).
I'd also like to state that buying the screen here and replacing it yourself is cheaper than paying the 7.95 a month in insurance payments + the $85 smart-phone replacement deductible through Verizon's asurion.
bottom line: you have no idea which part you are getting with this listing, so don't waste your time