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[With pics] How to replace only the glass (not the whole "LCD") on a Galaxy S3!

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27th October 2014, 09:18 AM |#51  
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It is actually easier to replace only glass of Samsung S3 rather than replacing the whole LCD.
 
 
31st October 2014, 12:30 PM |#52  
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It is actually easier to replace only glass of Samsung S3 rather than replacing the whole LCD.

Easier? Maybe. Better resulting effect? Absolutely not.
31st October 2014, 03:09 PM |#53  
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I replaced my glass yesterday but now the wifi signal has reduced. Any ideas?
(last time this happened to me it was due to having a wireless charger installed in the back of the phone)
18th June 2015, 07:22 AM |#54  
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Nice guide on how to replace samsung galaxy s3 lcd. It is really easy. If you need s3 lcd screen replacement you can visit: http://www.hcqs.com.cn/products/galaxy-s3-lcd.htm.
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Beware of LOCA + UV
My company trains retailers how to repair mobile devices. Glass only repairs are fine if you
1) Have repair experience
2) By the right LOCA and, more importantly, the right UV lamp
3) Never forget your phone in the car on a hot day

In our experience, if the LOCA isn't cured correctly it will melt on a hot day and likely destroy your logic board.
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