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OEM Samsung Galaxy S3 III GT-i9300 ~ RED Front Glass (LCD Display and Touch Screen not included) ~ Mobile Phone Repair Part Replacement
 
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OEM Samsung Galaxy S3 III GT-i9300 ~ RED Front Glass (LCD Display and Touch Screen not included) ~ Mobile Phone Repair Part Replacement

by Samsung
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (256 customer reviews)



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Product Features

  • Samsung Galaxy S3 III GT-i9300
  • RED Front Glass
  • The LCD display and touch screen are not included
  • The same as picture shown.
  • It is very difficult to disassembly the screen. Buyers should ensure that they can do so before they buy this item.

Product Description

This item does not include screwdriver or adhesive. If you want the screwdriver, you need to buy this item: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005BOYGL4 If you want the adhesive, you need to buy this item: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005GITURA or http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005GIUHDQ or http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005GISZ1M

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123 of 131 people found the following review helpful
Color:White|Verified Purchase
I read a lot of reviews on these screens (on the internet) that said it was not possible to replace the screen without replacing the digitizer. Since this thing was much cheaper than the digitizer I thought it would be worth the risk to try it - and it worked.
1- Follow the you-tube videos to see how to take your phone apart to get to the screen and digitizer
2- Use a hair dryer or heat gun to melt the adhesive that holds down the screen to the phone (it is around the edges, not under the clear glass)
3- Use a tweezer, exacto, or case cutter to pry off the broken class (but keep the adhesive hot while you do this - gloves recommended)
4- Use a tweezer to remove all the little pieces of broken glass from the adhesive areas
5- the film over the digitizer (directly under the screen) will get messed up from the heat- leave it on until you are finished removing the broken glass, then pull it off)
6- When you have the glass removed and cleaned up the mess, make sure the adhesive is still warm and then press the new screen on.
7- Reassmeble the phone and you are done.
This took about an hour.....but the results are good as new.
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59 of 65 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Exactly what it is. October 23, 2012
By Steve
Color:White|Verified Purchase
I shattered the glass on my Galaxy S3 when I dropped it face down. Since the blue ones were out of stock, I bought this white one instead.

I heated up the glass on my phone with a heat gun, pried the edges loose with a thin piece of metal, and then slowly began pulling the glass from the adhesive while heating it up occasionally to be safe. The old screen shattered a lot during the process, so make sure to have a screen protector or some tape on it.

Clean off the screen, and place this new glass on it. Reheat, and press firmly until glue reforms to the new glass.

Fits perfectly, touch sensitivity is just as good as new.
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Feel things to pay attention when replacing it November 20, 2012
By R.Cezar
Color:White|Verified Purchase
After 1 week of research and watching YouTube videos about it, I replaced the broken glass of my husband's Samsung Galaxy S3 (i9300) with success this morning.

Here are some points to pay attention:

1 - The bottom part of the front glass has a thin strip with the 2 side buttons. When removing the broken glass, be careful to not break it.

2 - Start heating the front glass before trying to start removing it. Just heat the corner where you will start. That will make the work so easy that you will not spend more than 5 min to remove the old glass. I kept my hair dryer caught by a Dremel Multi-vise and it helped me a lot to keep my hands free to remove the old glass while I was having continuous heating.

3 - There are a thin adhesive layer between the external glass and the LCD screen. Unfortunately it didn't come with the replacement glass. When removing the broken glass, it's almost impossible not screw up this adhesive. If you have to remove it, don't worry about that. When mounting the new glass, it will have a gap between the LCD and the new glass, but it will not affect the touch screen functionality.

4 - Without the old adhesive, I used a 3M 2mm adhesive to fix the new glass. If you decide to not use it, you can heat the old adhesive to it.

5 - Before mounting the new glass, clean the LCD with a common LCD cleaner and make sure you haven't any dust in there.

6 - When mounting, start attaching the strip of buttons (mentioned above) at the right position at the new glass and then place the new glass. (be careful to not touch the glass to not dirty it. Once you place it, you will not be able to remove without breaking it again.

The product is great. I don't give 5 stars because it doesn't come with the adhesive layer.

I hope you have the same success I had. Cheers!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Bought 2, its actually glass, not plastic. April 28, 2015
Color:White|Verified Purchase
I bought 2 of these kits in seperate occations because my girlfriend dropped her phone twice, breaking the screen both times. Luckily the digitizer did not get damaged. We borrowed a blow-dryer from a neighbor and when went to work. Thank you youtube! I would give 5 starts, its just that the tools that came included are cheap plastic and became jagged during the time of use. As a result we accidentally ended up scratching the digitizer in many places. Thankfully this didnt affect the touch interface, it just looks ugly.
Not sure if everyone gets glass screens, but i thought they would be plastic for the price. It was a pleasant surprise.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Purchase the entire assembly August 7, 2015
By pcs
Color:White|Verified Purchase
I purchased this kit so that I could repair the digitizer on a phone, but could not separate the original from the screen and broke the screen. I learned to purchase an entire display assembly. The quality of this appears to be fine, but I could not use it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I failed. Not the glass. March 7, 2016
By IT Guy
Color:White|Verified Purchase
I ended up cracking the digitizer removing the old glass. Said screw it, ended up getting a new phone. So basically this glass gets five stars for not breaking under my, apparently, destructive hands. Oh, and the tools came in handy.
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3.0 out of 5 stars works. August 25, 2013
By corey
Color:White|Verified Purchase
i had a completely shattered front glass on mine, so i got this and after receiving it i promptly set up my workstation and spent 3 hours pulling bits of glass off my phone to prepare for the new glass. after it was all said and done only thing i can really suggest is use PLENTY of tape, mine isn't comply flush as it should be.

one thing i gotta say bad about this is there is a very small nick on the white portion to the left of the menu button that lets light threw. it was indeed like this when i received it as i checked for scratches before even pulling my phone apart. but this wasnt enough of a reason for me not to keep it and install it. this is the reason i rate this a 3, i feel the knick is a bit annoying with the light coming threw. or i would rate a 5
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