原帖由： ozarkana ,
I recently bought a Moto X 2nd gen with broken glass and ordered just the replacement glass thinking I could repair it myself. As it turns out, the phone comes apart easily, but trying to replace the glass on my AT&T model was impossible. The glass is glued directly to the touch screen. So I returned it and ordered the whole assembly. It costs around $110. I think I will still have to use the old plastic "bezel" and hope I canget the glue strips to work as they hold it all together. If you get a whole assembly, I'd recommend spending a little more to get the whole assembly including the bezel and metal screen for the back. Realistically, paying $150 for someone else to do the job is not a bad idea. My total cost, including buying a walnut back, comes out to over $250. You can buy a complete phone for less than that on eBay with a plain back. Make sure you order the right assembly for your specific model or phone carrier. There is a difference!