ProKit for NEW White Frost Replacement Screen Glass Lens repair Kit IV i9500 from Iparts Outlet USA
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- outer glass lens white
- replacement glass
- ProKit adhesive TM has all unneeded adhesive removed for easy install
- Includes s3 ProKit adhesive TM with "Prokit Adhesive Logo
- Includes: IParts Outlet work flow Chart© 2013
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We talked about sending it off for repair and also sending it to a local guy who charged just shy of three figures to fix the screen. Ultimately, given the super low cost of this replacement kit I felt it was worth us trying to fix it ourselves. If we mess it up then he's not out big bucks and we can then send it off anyway.
The kit arrived promptly and comes with a very clear and professionally produced brochure with excellent pictures and instructions. It also has a guitar pick, a larger plastic pick, a sucker which we didn't need, some basic tools (tiny Phillips and flathead) and some plastic flat items for scraping and easing off the old glass. You will also need a heat gun and ideally a laser thermometer along with scotch tape. Hair dryer might work at a pinch but you will be sitting there for a very long time. Depending on how bad the screen is will dictate how many of these supplied tools you will use during the repair.
So to begin with I scotch taped up the glass front thoroughly so that it would remain in a single piece (hopefully!) when we got it off. Then my friend slowly heated up the front of the glass with the heat gun as I monitored the temp, and so it is important to note that this process is really made much easier as a two man job.
After a relatively short period of time the temp on the front of the phone was darting between 190F and 200F and so with great trepidation I grabbed the guitar pick and squeezed it between the glass and outer metal bezel towards the top of the phone. I was quite surprised that a bubble instantly appeared about the size of a quarter and I easily slide the pick under the glass!Read more ›
When going in with the guitar pick, make sure that you do not go too deep. If you do, you will be lifting up the digitizer (touch screen) and glass together. If you are only replacing the glass, that is the only thing that you want to lift up. There is no need to purchase adhesive separately as the included adhesive gasket is perfect.
My project did not go as planned because I managed to damage the digitizer so my touch screen does not work. This has nothing to do with the product. This was an error on my part.
Other than that, the phone looks brand new. The kit is great and the glass in high quality with a perfect fit. Just be patient and be extremely careful with the digitizer behind the glass. I would definitely recommend this product and I would purchase it again in a heartbeat. I would just be more careful next time. If this product does not work, you either bought the wrong product or you did not follow directions.
If there would have been any warnings or cautions about the LCD (digitizer) being very fragile, or that heat will melt it or burn it, or whatever, then I would still have a working phone. It took only a minute or two and the damage was done. I would not attempt this at home --personally, its in my opinion, not something that is made to be done at home, and is not something that without the right tool to heat this, you run a high risk of screwing it up either from excessive heat, or tearing when prying the glass apart. Just my opinion as an engineer who has worked in electronic industry for many years. These instructions are not adequate for someone with no or limited experience as each phone manufacturer does it differently.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Was easily able to remove the broken screen, but after installing the new screen the touch functions on the phone did not work properly.Published 27 days ago by Daniel Bogart
It did not work..just get your phone fixed professionally. I ended up doing more harm than good trying to fix my screen myself.Published 1 month ago by Donnica
Can't really rate the product. The product was as described. I shattered the LCD screen trying to take the broken glass off. Be very careful in removing the glass. Take your time.Published 1 month ago by Emma
If you have teenagers who are always breaking their screens then buying replacement screens is a must to save lots of money. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Entrepreneur
Screen cracked again within a few days. Also it did not come with glue that you need.Published 2 months ago by Heidi S.
Tried fixing my s4 a year ago by myself. This stuff will save your wallet lots of cash!Published 5 months ago by joanini
Kept on dropping my phone and with my heart pounding picking it up hoping for the best..well one of the times i wasn't so lucky & found myself staring at a cracked screen. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Occasional Shopper