Android Phone Headphone Jacks
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Galaxy S6 Charging Daughter Board (AT&T)
Replace the daughter board that includes the USB port, headphone jack, menu button touch sensors, and primary microphone for an AT&T model Samsung Galaxy S6.
Galaxy S7 Headphone Jack
Replace the headphone jack for the Samsung Galaxy S7.
Galaxy S6 Charging Daughter Board (Sprint)
Replace the daughter board that includes the USB port, headphone jack, menu button touch sensors, and primary microphone for a Sprint model Samsung Galaxy S6.
Galaxy S7 Edge Headphone Jack
Replace the headphone jack for the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
Galaxy S6 Charging Daughter Board (T-Mobile)
Replace the daughter board that includes the USB port, headphone jack, menu button touch sensors, and primary microphone for a T-Mobile model Samsung Galaxy S6.
Galaxy S8 Headphone Jack
Replace a corroded or damaged headphone jack in a Galaxy S8 and fix problems with headphone audio.
Google Pixel/Pixel XL Headphone Jack Assembly
Replace a damaged or corroded headphone jack in a Google Pixel or Pixel XL smartphone.
LG G3 Headphone Jack
Headphone jack for the LG G3
Galaxy S III Headphone Jack and Speaker Assembly
Replace a headphone jack and larger speaker compatible with the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone. Fix issues with speakerphone functionality and sound.
Sony Xperia Z3 and Z3 Dual Headphone Jack Assembly
Replace the headphone jack assembly including one microphone.
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