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Default [Q] Are Note 3 displays interchangeable?

I have a T-Mobile variant of the Galaxy Note 3. I dropped it slightly and the whole thing shattered, LED screen cracked as well. I am looking to purchase a replacement and I see original ones on eBay but they were taken off of the CDMA versions of the phone (either Verizon or Sprint). If I were to purchase one, would it work on mine?
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I have a T-Mobile variant of the Galaxy Note 3. I dropped it slightly and the whole thing shattered, LED screen cracked as well. I am looking to purchase a replacement and I see original ones on eBay but they were taken off of the CDMA versions of the phone (either Verizon or Sprint). If I were to purchase one, would it work on mine?
yeah
as i know AMOLED display of all Note3 variants are same.
even no different between exynos display and snap.
but take ur phone to official repair service and let them to replace display
 
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as i know AMOLED display of all Note3 variants are same.
even no different between exynos display and snap.
but take ur phone to official repair service and let them to replace display
I'm able to do it myself. I just wanted to know before I purchased one.
 
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If they are as generic as stated, then yeah no reason you couldn't do it yourself. - It isn't an easy feat from what I have seen though. - Best thing to do would be email Samsung or a phone shop and ask if the screens are indeed compatible for all models just to be safe.
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I'm not able to find a original samsung screen replacement for the Note 3. Anyone know of a legit shop or site that sells them?
 
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Never purchased one myself, but just did a quick search on google.. this place looks okay, dont take my word for it though, i did not research the seller. They are advertised as OEM parts though.
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I've looked them up and read their reviews. There ship from china and their parts are not genuine.
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Alternativecellutions on eBay legit stuff and shipped from ft. With Texas to Ohio extremely fast

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