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The HTC EVO is a Smartphone by HTC powered by a 1-GHz Snapdragon processor and runs the Android operating system.

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HTC EVO 4g: What adhesive to glue down screen?

I have and HTC EVO 4g. Unfortunately I don't have TEP or a warranty, so I have to get my feet wet. I have watched the teardown, and it does not seem to be that difficult. I only have one seemingly minor questions. What type of adhesive to use to secure the glass to the phone to ensure it does not raise ever again, and how do I remove the excess glue already present on the digitizer?

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That would be right here.

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Glad to see those guides are coming in handy :)

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I have to say I was amazed to see them already there, the other day they weren't and I was directing people to the teardown. Good job on the quick work!

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Just be careful, I was kind of understanding that it is a display issue with the glass seperating, but I could be wrong. Why else did they stop using the one display and go to another as reported today on several sites like http://www.phonearena.com/htmls/New-EVO-...

Goog luck, I am returning and getting another one before my 30 days is up at Best Buy.

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sorry you must not have understood me. I have 002, and I do not want 003. I want to know what glue is the best to use to glue down the screen on the phone I have. I cant get nor do I want an exchange. I am not scared to open the phone by any means. thanks for your response though. To answer your question htc stopped using the more expensive display to go with the cheaper one. The display has nothing to do with the screen separating from the phone its the faulty glue which for me is an easy fix if I know what kind to use.

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Actually, I recently had to replace my evo with a newer one. I much prefer the newer screen. I believe the more "expensive" display you are referring to was the novatek screens, where as the "cheaper" screens are the epsons. In my opinion, while not quite as bright as the nova screens, the epson screens produce a much better color quality. For me, that is preferable in a screen. Others prefer the brighter nova which also seem to have a SLIGHT purply hue to the coloring.

Oh and just an FYI, your hardware info number eg. 002 and 003, does NOT automatically tell you which screen you have. There have been both nova and epson screens since launch with both screens being found on 002 and 003 revisions. Just check the android forums or xda. I won't go into how to tell which you have here, but there are plenty of ways to tell at the other sites.

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Use Jet glue slow jell. It isn't super slow but gives you a little time before it sets. That is, 15 seconds or so. As far as removing the old adhesive, a hair dryer should suffice.

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there is a website where you can get all the parts to this phone i actual just cracked my screen.. where sprint wouldnt replace it . Sorry #$$#@$& tried to get me to buy a new phone. But the screen was only 100 bucks on this website.. http://www.repairsuniverse.com/info.html

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Check ebay the gadgetfix store has it for $62 bucks.

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I found the Evo 4g installation adhesive sold seperately at

http://www.durapowerglobal.com/HTC-Evo-4...

and the replacement glass screen digitizer for $35

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Hey I have a Htc Evo 4g phone everything works but theres a problem with th screen sometime when I go to dial a number or some numbers to call it fails a the numbers in it start calling automatic.... Sometimes I what to text some patters in it do da same I touch letter j in it goes to k in some won't even tap... I want to know what's wrong in do I need to replace my screen?? Plz help ASAP

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jesus christ what a $$$^!%* mess this thread is. Great work with your SEO! Too bad the answer to my problem is nowhere near here!

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You can get adhesive from durapower global, check it out:

http://durapowerglobal.com/HTC-EVO-4G-Di...

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