S3 ProKit Adhesive Kit for Screen Glass Lens repair Kit Black for i9300 I747 T999 s3 Prokit Adhesive
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- outer lens black
- replacement glass
- replacement for black glass lens
- s3 ProKit adhesive TM with IParts Outlet work flow instructions ©
- repair kit
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-This will only work if the glass is broken but the screen and touch still work.
-The kit includes almost everything you need, and the advantage of this kit is the pre-fit adhesive gasket (as opposed to other kits that include just 3M adhesive tape and you have to arrange it yourself.
-YOU ALSO NEED TO HAVE: hot hairdryer or heat gun (required), 70-90% rubbing alcohol (required), soft screen-safe cloth (required), tweezers (highly recommended), Q-tips (recommended), box cutter or sharp knife for beginning prying (recommended).
-It includes accurate, easy instructions, but you should watch the video (link included in the packaging) also.
-A cell phone repair shop quoted me $120 for this repair. I did it in about two hours with this kit and it's perfect.
Some tips for when using this repair kit:
-HAVE PATIENCE WHEN HEATING AND PRYING THE OLD GLASS OFF! 80-90% of the repair time is careful removal of the old, broken glass.
-Put strong, clear (e.g. packing) tape on the front of the old, broken glass before you begin prying it off.
-Make your environment as dust free as possible (clean the area first, do the repair on the bathroom counter with shower on cold, spray the air with water before using the room, however you can reduce dust)
-The things to be cautious of are scratching or breaking the LCD under the glass, tearing off the buttons attached to the glass (you'll see), losing the earpiece grill or home button,
-If you leave dust or smudges on the bare LCD screen or the back of the new piece of glass, they'll be on your screen forever. Take the time to check very carefully and keep those surfaces clean before you put the new glass in place.
There is a clear goopy glue between the clear glass and the digitizer. This is what makes the original glass super clear even when you are in the sun. The replacement will be almost as good as new, but if you want like new you need to pony up a couple of bills for a new digitizer assembly. Don't whine and moan about how this isn't exactly like a new phone. You shouldn't have broken your phone.
Wear nitrile gloves to prevent fingerprints and cuts.
Put a couple of pieces of packing tape over the glass if you are afraid of breaking it.
Go slow and steady. The glue will come if you get the guitar pick wedged and keep applying heat.
Remove every single bit of glue from the digitizer. The residue can be carefully cleaned off with WD40, but don't use too much.
Remove all of the black ring of glue strip from all around the bezel once the glass is off. This must come off if you want to have the glass sit properly. Don't skip this step and complain about how the glass seems thicker. It is not, that's just that extra layer of glue strip you didn't remove.
Clean the digitizer. Clean it again. Clean it again. Dust it off with a duster can. Check it for smudges.Read more ›
I used a hairdryer set to high and never touched the digitizer with any of the tools and just worked my way around the black strip around the front. When it became difficult I just applied more heat and kept going. I then used some 91% alcohol and a cloth to rub all the old glue and other bits off the digitizer. I then applied the blue looking sheet (which pulls off, it is just packaging for the black sticky strip that will hold the glass on). Once I got that in place, I put on the new glass screen, turned my phone on and boom it worked. I am still in disbelief, I was quite certain my phone was a goner.
I did use LOCA and double-sided tape as I wanted a professional grade repair. What made this product awesome to me is that it basically replaces 85% of the original adhesive (the area above the bottom buttons is not replaced, and that's quite a bit) especially around the edges where it really counts. This allows you to scrape away ALL the original adhesive (many tutorials encourage reusing some bits, and that didn't sound very thorough to me). When augmented with some carefully done tape and LOCA, I wound up with a nearly perfect repair on the first shot.
I would NOT use this product all by itself, however... I just don't think, based on my opinion after the cleaning and application of this gasket, that you're going to have a long lasting repair. Still, I won't dock a star since this saved me easily half an hour of delicate tape work and made a more pro-feeling finished job.
Also, the glass fit perfectly and looked fine. None of the other tools were useful to me in any fashion - all very cheap and easily replaced with very inexpensive, much higher quality substitutions - it's as if the product is sold as an "all you need" kit, and I'm docking a star because purchasing it with that in mind will definitely lead to disappointment. You at LEAST need a GOOD pry tool such as iSesamo; if you use LOCA you'll also need a decent magnetic size 00 philips screwdriver or you'll want to blow your brains out.
If they sold the kit for less and included only the gasket and glass (or maybe a quality pry tool), and especially if the gasket covered more of the original adhesive area, I'd definitely buy it again and rate 5 stars. In the meanwhile, I'll be looking for a vendor who sells just the gasket or the glass so I won't have to keep throwing away really bad screwdrivers.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Saved me lots of money from going to have my phone repaired. Great product.Published 2 months ago by Kia
It was a nice kit, Just that I killed my phone trying the repair myself..... doooohPublished 4 months ago by jamess71
Don't buy this unless you have a heat gun. A hair dryer won't eork, not even an 1800 watt one.Published 6 months ago by Sage
The adhesive on this product was a bit of a sticky situation. Just make sure to pull of the correct side first and you'll be fine. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Brett Boterman