Abhi Jain: can i put the screen over a small flame? lol..
jazza0007spy: Just changed mine, works perfectly ....easy peasy ...thanks for the video
Tip to anyone about to change theirs.......take your time ....when
frustrated, take a break .
Aman Khosa: OPPPAAAA reminds me of my big fat greek wedding :)
get money: My fone jst went black
TAMMY CALLOWAY: Be incredibly careful removimg the glass as to not damage whats beneath it.
Ruimed mine doing this, unfortunately.
Michal Mentlik: Hello Lucky Dog, its really that easy to swap a digitizer ? How does
actually that digitizer work ? As I know the inner LCD screen doesnt have a
touchscreen right ? So mobile only works and reacts just through the
digitizer. My question is : there´s no wire or something simillar
underneath the digitizer is it ? thx in advance
Nigley Wiggle: try a flame thrower
Thomas Vernon: should have tried using a hammer
stinkyfrenchcheese: How do you remove the front glass without damaging the digitizer connector
(brown flat rubber) visible at 7:45 at the bottom right corner? As far as I
know both are connected. Thanks
Nicholas Tsaoucis: i found that a piece of thread was better for removing teh screen after you
start with the knife, so you dont damage the digitiser, also tape to hold
the pieces together, for saftey and ease
stone reptile: This sucks man this sucks! Why did it have to break?! WHY?!!!!
Sacoya Hicks: does anyone in kennesaw ga does this but with The LCD replacement i ordered
the front screen glass replacement
KingKoke: does this guy sound like he is speaking some kind of star trek language at
9:10 when he is heaps excited
dixienormus93: maybe using tape would hold the pieces together and make the screen come
off as a whole unit?
Baruio Rio grande: queria saber se tem alguma cola nessa tela, e qual o cuidado pra retira la?
Online Gadget Store: Thank you for this one. It is a little complicated but it is worth it at
the end. Just make sure that you follow all the directions because it may
lead to worse situations if not. If you are not confident, then, just bring
it to Samsung. They will surely do better but also with a better price.
brandon sebek: Most of these comments "don't do this" are more than likely from non tech
savvy people who don't understand the concept of the digitizer/led screen
being extremely sensitive and fragile. Honestly I have never done this
before until now. Took me about an hour being very careful since my screen
was shattered into about 50 pieces. Now the touch screen works amazing. Be
careful when you do this, and you can turn this into a $7 fix compared to
paying your carrier $100+ ... great video and everyone else good luck!
APOLLOC5: Brazuca morando em usa?? Hehehe
Vlw pelo video...era bem oq eu tava procurando...
A longo prazo o serviço ficou bom?? A nova tela fixou bem coladinha??
E Abuhasbu: I believe if you have used the right tools from the beginning, you would
have saved much time.
jimmy chain: Ok you were able to still see your screen mines is blackout .....is it
still able to be fix the same way ......it power on still just cant see
anything or touch responsive
jorjthemorj: is that a hairdryer? what temperature is needed for melting the glue
islamSource: quick question if anyone knows the answer. Is it possible to change the
cover of an S3 from pebble blue to white
Pat's Place: Smashed my bloody phone. the vid to fix it looks rock hard
Replacing my Samsung Galaxy S3 Front Glass Screen
budubum: ok. i guess ill just have to leave this to the store thenm.
ashley Marie: from the very beginning i was hoping youd freak up the button flex cable for
starting from the bottom -_-. you werent supposed to use a pry took either,
rather a few guitar picks available in kits (my fav being ifixit's), or in
the very least if you were patient the razor blades. it probably took you
so long too because you werent patient with the blow dryer. it takes about
5 minutes initially with an actual heat gun no higher than 180 degrees. all
i have to say is wow. good attempt though.
rcazangi: I only can give the link to the one I used -- see on the video description.
Andrew Talbot: I just watched this video before replacing my screen. Half way through
removing small pieces of glass I realised you and I both were peeling apart
the laminate, rather than removing the screen as a single piece. You would
have realised this and removed the underneath layer also, but still posted
this video without making reference to it. Once I got the leverage under
the whole screen it came off within a couple of minutes, not the hours it
was taking you. Do not use this video as a guide!
rcazangi: For sure.
JazzCity09: Hi Great video, so no glue was necessary??? just the one already existing
on the phone?
Shawn Forbes: did you clear out all the old glue & crud before installing the new screen?
rcazangi: I don't speak Spanish but I got your questions. Just the glass is enough if
the touch is working normally.
rcazangi: You can do it yourself but there's always a risk for you to end up damaging
even more the device. It's up to you.
mmorphed: You started to remove glass from the bottom , it was your mistake. Next
time start from the top to the bottom.
Robert Klein: "From the top to the bottom, bottom to top, I stop" is the answer for me.
Joshua Alicea: I have to say I thought the same, but then I noticed this is without any
instruction so u have to give to him on effort
mezonesxbox: *heat the inside with hair dryer. phone in bag*
Tushar Handa: hey i broke my s4's glass today i bought it on 19th July 2013 [touch
screen working totally fine (phew) ] should i try to replace it on my own
or give it to Samsung office ? what should i do please tell i am so scared
because my dad will be very angry once he finds out that i broke my new
phone in less then a month [it is my birthday present] [sorry for my bad
rcazangi: Mine had some glue leftover on the sides. I also use a case that holds the
screen in place.
Edgar Gionet: Ok, couple of things: A) Place tape on your screen to prevent little shards
of glass from flying. B) No higher than 160 degrees for a long period of
time will turn that glue into liquid, making much easier. C) MOST
IMPORTANT> DO NOT START AT BOTTOM! Start from the top of your phone near
the earpiece. When you get to the touch buttons, be careful as there is a
ribbon cable that you will need to remove from the glass Carefully!
Laurel S: if mine is still touch-sensitive but has a cracked screen, that means I
only need to replace the LCD right? I don't need to order a new digitizer?
anet mac: I wondering if setting in hot sun could work also?
Nitin Toms: cracked the LCD and now my phone is useless...
Batidas e Rachas: oi amigo, esotu seguindo o seu tutorial mas a cola nao desgruda do lcd do
meu s3 de jeito nenhum, ja tentei o pano de oculos, de microfibra, ate
passei alcool no lcd windex, nao desgruda de jeito nenhum, liguei o
aparelho pra ver se funciona e ta tudo ok, mas me ajuda nesse etapa por
favor, alguma sugestao ? vlw
D0tam4n: hey dude so what happens if you try to pry the glass too hard and the lcd
lifts up"? i heard that fux it up.
rcazangi: Why should I worry about this? I'm not here selling or promising anything
-- I'm suggesting one idea to help others in the same situation. And many
many others have followed the procedure with success -- just read the
comments. Not to mention a bunch of other videos doing exact the same thing
-- just search around. I achieved what I wanted: repaired my own phone and
helped others do the same.
Replacing my Samsung Galaxy S3 Front Glass Screen3.4
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