Thanks Daniele - this had me confused “I repaired a couple of screen replacements”…and the sentence after that. Ok, so he took the back, board, battery etc from the one with the broken screen and mated it with a new screen. So one has to assume that somewhere in step 16 is the connection with the screen flex cable. Looking to see if just the screen is cracked, does the whole disassembly need to be done? (starting from the back working way to the front)? (think it is lol but hoping asking, as videos I have seen address broken screen (not just glass cracks) replacements-maybe the glass and the digitizer are fused?) thanks
hello Paul M - would you be able to make a guide for this? so just to change the glass (right? not the oled itself) you had to burrow from the back all the way to the screen? I have a note 20 ultra with less then an inch long microcracks at the right edge (from bottom edge of power button to the top edge of the top volume button) Touch etc all fine no issues with the display Thanks
Thanks for the effort here with the guide. Unless I am missing something (lol) where is the part of the screen replacement (by screen = the display screen, right?) I see the back replacement here. You do mention the OLED screen being broken at the beginning but the guide is for the back replacement, right? (not as title suggests ‘screen replacement) Sorry maybe am wrong here.
could you post how you removed the screen (srolled down to the bottom disappointed that it ended right there where I needed information on the cable connections to the back of the screen) Thanks
individual parts usually more expensive for whatever reason (the sellers won’t come down as they are that expensive-so repairs take a backseat and folks go out and buy new devices…unless of course you can fix it yourself successully)
the 4-5 strips of tape are between the digitizer AND the screen frame with the main body/carrier. It appears that there are 1-2 adhesive sheets/stickers between the digitizer and the screen itself.