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Has anyone replaced the screen on the K900?

Mine cracked and I am wondering if it's easy enough to replace it.
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Has anyone replaced the screen on the K900?

Mine cracked and I am wondering if it's easy enough to replace it.
All you need to do is Google:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-LCD...-/310708575232


http://www.aliexpress.com/store/prod...863618707.html


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rd4HY9nG1R4

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All you need to do is Google:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-LCD...-/310708575232


http://www.aliexpress.com/store/prod...863618707.html


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rd4HY9nG1R4

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Thanks, I've already ordered a digitizer and screen replacement.

I was wondering if there are better instructions on opening the phone somewhere? What I have found so far, including the video posted above is not too clear.
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Thanks, I've already ordered a digitizer and screen replacement.

I was wondering if there are better instructions on opening the phone somewhere? What I have found so far, including the video posted above is not too clear.
What I can't tell from the videos is if you pop the screen from the front and then just push the replacement into place, or do you have to open the back and then remove the motherboard, etc..

Can't believe that there is a single video showing how to change the screen on the K900.
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What I can't tell from the videos is if you pop the screen from the front and then just push the replacement into place, or do you have to open the back and then remove the motherboard, etc..

Can't believe that there is a single video showing how to change the screen on the K900.
So, nobody knows how to pop the screen out and put it back in?

Lenovo's tech support is absolutely clueless in the US, has never even heard of this phone. I haven't found any videos on the web that show how to remove the screen in any detail. Basically, there seem to be two videos floating about, one in Russian with a guy who looks like he's pulling a thread through the middle of the phone, and another video (posted above), which shows a guy opening up the back of the phone, which may or may not be needed in order to replace the screen.

But there is no information which clearly explains how to remove and replace the screen.

Anyone here seen anything?
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Back of the phone don't come off. You need to get some thin tool to go between the front screen and the bezel. Be very careful but you need to go around it and gently pry it up. Yeah not something I want to do unless it's last resort or I would add wireless charging to this phone, it sure would fix all the lousy usb ports breaking.

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Back of the phone don't come off. You need to get some thin tool to go between the front screen and the bezel. Be very careful but you need to go around it and gently pry it up. Yeah not something I want to do unless it's last resort or I would add wireless charging to this phone, it sure would fix all the lousy usb ports breaking.

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Thanks, mikey199. You are right, the only way to pull it apart is to pry it up.

Unfortunately, this phone is really, really cheaply made. It's the worst I've ever seen. The glass is basically stuck to the frame and parts of the board and it is virtually impossible to pull apart neatly. Seriously, this is terrible workmanship!

I am trying to clean it up and see if it is usable, but while this appears to be a "value" flagship, it's more like a $100 disposable garbage.

I am done with Lenovo
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this is how you open the K900 :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YR1Hx0dWxQ

Detachment of Lenovo K900 Phone :
http://www.igadgetnews.com/2013/07/2...vo-k900-phone/

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