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HTC Touch Screen Digitizer for HTC One X / One X AT&T / One XL
 
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HTC Touch Screen Digitizer for HTC One X / One X AT&T / One XL

by HTC
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews) 12 answered questions

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HTC Touch Screen Digitizer for HTC One X / One X AT&T / One XL + Generic GEN10219 Cross Opener Screwdriver Tool Kit, 8-Piece + YUYIKES 2mm 3M Adhesive Sticker Tape LCD Screen/ Digitizer Sticker For HTC 4G Evo Supersonic, Incredible, HD2 T8585, Desire, Hero, Legend, Diamond 2
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Product Features

  • HTC One X / One X AT&T / One XL
  • Touch Screen Digitizer
  • Mobile Phone Repair Part Replacement
  • The same as picture shown.
  • No tools included

Product Description

HTC One X / One X AT&T / One XL Touch Screen Digitizer Mobile Phone Repair Part Replacement The same as picture shown. No tools included

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A nightmare to install! April 28, 2013
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The digitizer looks like a good fit, but I haven't installed it yet so the jury is till out. I've looked at two different You Tube videos of doing this on a HTC One X and it is going to be a very delicate operation, so don't try it if you doubt your tech skills. Definitely not for those with fat fingers!

The item description says "No tools included" but a basic set of phone-opening tools was in fact in the package with the digitizer. However, the screwdriver included are Torx and a Philips is needed instead, so maybe "no tools" is accurate anyway.

You will also need double-sided adhesive tape to do the re-assembly.

Update: I attempted to install the digitizer last night and failed utterly. No fault of this product, but I would discourage anyone from attempting it. I was using the You Tube videos on HTC One X repair as a guide, but after a major struggle to get the case off, I found that the HTC One X I was working on was not identical to the one in the video. There were at least 4 HTC One X videos available, and I found parts of each video that applied to my particular phone - it seemed to be a hybrid design. Removing the ribbon connectors was much harder than indicated in the videos, and separating the digitizer from the LCD screen and from the internal support frame was impossible without causing damage. The adhesives used in the original assembly are very, very strong and needed major force to pry apart, resulting in delamination of the LCD component as well as a permanent bend in it that I could not get flat enough to re-assemble properly. There was also one internal ribbon connector I could find no way to reconnect and it was not even mentioned in the instructional videos. The phone was a total loss (but it wasn't working anyway).
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars AT&T HTC One X+ July 18, 2013
By Randy
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Just in case anyone else out there is in my same boat and wonders this screen will work on the One X+ also. Installed it for a friend. It plugged right in and worked. Screen seems to line up perfect and is very responsive. I'm sure its now as strong or as good a quality as the OEM, but no complaints thus far.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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Let me state that this product is fine. It is the removal of the old digitizer/glass that will be your downfall. Unless you have inside knowledge, you should not buy this. Only get this if you have a guaranteed solution to remove the adhesive bonding the lcd to the digitizer. Heating it with a heat gun and gentle prying DOES NOT WORK. I was unable to find any youtube videos on how to remove just the digitizer from the lcd so I was forced to pioneer a solution.

The lcd is about as brittle as a graham cracker and will break at any angle more than 0.5 degrees. I AM NOT JOKING.

The upside is it helped me reaffirm my decision to never buy another HTC phone again. Most of the parts are held together with glue and tape. Who designs a phone like that? The glass on the phone was fine but the digitizer decided to stop working on parts of the screen. We had a number of other physical (not software) problems with the phone but that's for another review.

Get the lcd/glass combo instead.. that is if you care to drop 50-60 bucks on a 4 year old phone
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The design of the phone makes this a tough solution. December 21, 2014
By Mike
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It looks like exactly the right part, but the way the phone is assembled, you're highly unlikely to need only this part. The digitizer panel (this part) is bonded to the display at the factory, and it's very nearly impossible to get them apart. Unless you're willing to spend a very long time with a heat gun, guitar wire, and a spudger AND STILL BE TAKING A GAMBLE, buy the digitizer and display assembly, or at least buy this and the display.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Dead cells in digitizer February 27, 2014
By ALF1978
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Part arrived on time and exactly as described. I installed new digitizer and all went well. Upon completion I realized there were dead spots in the new digitizer, and I was unable to unlock the phone since the dead spots were in the center. Also, the screwdriver set sent does not work for this phone. Had to purchase additional tool set. Was going to send back digitizer, but seemed more of a hassle.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Impossible to fix (at least for my model) October 23, 2013
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Okay, so, I am comfortable around electronics and I watched the youtube videos too see how it is done and that all looked good. However, there are a few different versions of this phone and honestly, it's a gamble on which one you have till you open it up. Although it would be nice to be able to fix. I recommend not attempting this unless you are actually in the business. Us weekend warrior tech guys are better off going on ebay for a new phone.

About the shipper, shipment was fast and came in on time!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Save your money July 25, 2013
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Pro - It's a legit replacement, new condition

Con - It's nearly impossible to replace the top glass without cracking the underlying LCD screen. The glues used were not meant to let go easily. Even if you manage to get the top glass off without cracking the LCD underneath attaching this new one then becomes a nightmare.

Solution - Save your money on this product and buy a replacement that includes the frame. The cost is higher but your success rate goes from 5% to 99% on having a usable phone afterwords.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Better off throwing your phone in the dump. April 27, 2013
By Josh
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I bought this because the manufacturer says HTC, but this item does not come from HTC. This comes with 2 crappy screw drivers, and 2 plastic wedge tools. The wedge tools broke, and didn't even work, made of cheap plastic that bends and chips off. The screws, well the screws were not even Philips screw drivers, and the HTC one x ONLY has Phillips screws. They provide you with 2 torch screw drivers. Use a guitar pick, you won't damage your phone as bad, and it doesn't break, only slightly bends. Next off, the HTC one x design is a sealed system. Not meant to be taken apart. The screen and the Display are glued TIGHT, the process of taking the screen off will crack the LCD Display, no matter what you do. Even if you use a heat gun, you will need to snap the screen out of the plastic frame, which in turn, cracks the display. Next, the OEM screen, has a black tint, so that black screen that you see when your phone is off, thats where its from. This new screen will just be a light grayish green color, like the one on a calculator, or the original game boys. It has no tint. Next, you will have to glue the new screen on, which really just looks awful. Unless you are an electrical engineer, DON'T TRY THIS!. The internals are so delicate, it is so easy to break, all the cables are like microscopic almost. After I reassembled my phone was stuck on a blank white screen, even if it did work like normal, it would look terrible because the LCD display is cracked, the display is so delicate if you even touch it, it will shatter, and to plug in the new screen you have to take it out, and it is glued in, so you have to crack it in order to plug the new screen in.
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