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Versione corrente di: Marty Rippens ,

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You can't. I just tried by ordering the front glass, disassembling the phone, removing the glass and replacing it. The problem is that the front glass is glued to the the display as a stack. It's nearly impossible to pull the front glass off without cracking the display. I was very gentle but still cracked it. Also, there are several ribbon connectors that are glued to the back of the glass which makesmake it even more difficult.
You can't. I just tried by ordering the front glass, disassembling the phone, removing the glass and replacing it. The problem is that the front glass is glued to the the display as a stack. It's nearly impossible to pull the front glass off without cracking the display. I was very gentle but still cracked it. Also, there are several ribbon connectors that are glued to the back of the glass which makesmake it even more difficult.
 
If you don't wanwant to buy a whole new phone, buy the glass[https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Parts/Galaxy-Note-II-LCD-Screen-and-Digitizer-Sprint-Verizon/IF228-002-1|glass and screen stackstack] rather than just the glass. But that's still several hundred dollars.
If you don't wanwant to buy a whole new phone, buy the glass[https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Parts/Galaxy-Note-II-LCD-Screen-and-Digitizer-Sprint-Verizon/IF228-002-1|glass and screen stackstack] rather than just the glass. But that's still several hundred dollars.
 
I cut my losses and bought a replacement. I'm still grieving but wish I hadn't of wasted more money on the glass.

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Post originale di: John Yost ,

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You can't.  I just tried by ordering the front glass, disassembling the phone, removing the glass and replacing it.  The problem is that the front glass is glued to the the display as a stack.  It's nearly impossible to pull the front glass off without cracking the display.  I was very gentle but still cracked it.  Also, there are several ribbon connectors that are glued to the back of the glass which makes it even more difficult.

If you don't wan to buy a whole new phone, buy the glass and screen stack rather than just the glass.  But that's still several hundred dollars.

I cut my losses and bought a replacement.  I'm still grieving but wish I hadn't of wasted more money on the glass.

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