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you can add a clear adhesive not to much, just enough to get it to stick and it will hold them bonded to it, you can pick up a tube of clear adhesive for around 2$ at walmart, home depot, ect, sorry for the late reply. just saw your email. if you have any questions just ask. i have done 100s of phones all kinds. do not listen to people who tell you to put super glue in your phone, not a good idea, if you ever have to replace or remove those parts again have fun:) But clear adheshive will come off easy with a little issolated heat, but give a strong bond unless you are intentionally heating it up. good luck.
you can add a clear adhesive not to much, just enough to get it to stick and it will hold them bonded to it, you can pick up a tube of clear adhesive for around 2$ at walmart, home depot, ect, sorry for the late reply. just saw your email. if you have any questions just ask. i have done 100s of phones all kinds. do not listen to people who tell you to put super glue in your phone, not a good idea, if you ever have to replace or remove those parts again have fun:) But clear adheshive will come off easy with a little issolated heat, but give a strong bond unless you are intentionally heating it up. good luck.

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Post originale di: Josh McIntire ,

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you can add a clear adhesive not to much, just enough to get it to stick and it will hold them bonded to it, you can pick up a tube of clear adhesive for around 2$ at walmart, home depot, ect, sorry for the late reply. just saw your email. if you have any questions just ask. i have done 100s of phones all kinds.

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