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Versão atual de: Ron Davis ,

Título:

LCD not working after glass replacement?

Texto:

-I replace glass for Galaxy S3 all the time and been doing fine. I also have succeeded replacing a glass on Note 2 as well. However I find some of Galaxy Note 2 LED doesn't work after a glass replacement indicating I must have caused some damages to LED.
+I replace glass for the Galaxy S3 all the time, and I've been doing fine. I also have succeeded in replacing the glass on the Note 2 as well. However, I find some of Galaxy Note 2 LEDs don't work after a glass replacementindicating I must have caused some damages to the LED.
-I don't see any crack, and I only apply 70C heat to loosen adhesive and use trusted ifixit spudger to remove it with same method that I apply to Galaxy S3 but I find 3 out 10 will have a problem with display.
+I don't see any cracks, and I only apply 70 °C of heat to loosen the adhesive. And, I use the trusted iFixit spudger to remove it with the same method that I apply to the Galaxy S3but I find that 3 out 10 times, I will have a problem with the display.
-I know it is a risk as you are not suppose to remove the glass but in order to provide price options, I do it but can't keep doing this. Can anyone share what not to do?
+I know it is a risk as you are not supposed to remove the glass, but in order to provide price options, I do it anyway. But I can't keep doing this. Can anyone share what not to do?

dispositivo:

Samsung Galaxy Note II

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

128796

Editado por: oldturkey03 (detalhes da votação) ,

Título:

LCD not working after glass replacement?

Texto:

I replace glass for Galaxy S3 all the time and been doing fine. I also have succeeded replacing a glass on Note 2 as well. However I find some of Galaxy Note 2 LED doesn't work after a glass replacement indicating I must have caused some damages to LED.

I don't see any crack, and I only apply 70C heat to loosen adhesive and use trusted ifixit spudger to remove it with same method that I apply to Galaxy S3 but I find 3 out 10 will have a problem with display.

I know it is a risk as you are not suppose to remove the glass but in order to provide price options, I do it but can't keep doing this.  Can anyone share what not to do?

dispositivo:

Samsung Galaxy Note II

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

+128796

Editado por: Andrew Optimus Goldheart ,

Título:

LCD not working after glass replacement?

Texto:

I replace glass for Galaxy S3 all the time and been doing fine. I also have succeeded replacing a glass on Note 2 as well. However I find some of Galaxy Note 2 LED doesn't work after a glass replacement indicating I must have caused some damages to LED.

I don't see any crack, and I only apply 70C heat to loosen adhesive and use trusted ifixit spudger to remove it with same method that I apply to Galaxy S3 but I find 3 out 10 will have a problem with display.

I know it is a risk as you are not suppose to remove the glass but in order to provide price options, I do it but can't keep doing this.  Can anyone share what not to do?

dispositivo:

-Galaxy note 2 - N7100
+Samsung Galaxy Note II

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: ifixsmartphone ,

Título:

LCD not working after glass replacement?

Texto:

I replace glass for Galaxy S3 all the time and been doing fine. I also have succeeded replacing a glass on Note 2 as well. However I find some of Galaxy Note 2 LED doesn't work after a glass replacement indicating I must have caused some damages to LED.

I don't see any crack, and I only apply 70C heat to loosen adhesive and use trusted ifixit spudger to remove it with same method that I apply to Galaxy S3 but I find 3 out 10 will have a problem with display.

I know it is a risk as you are not suppose to remove the glass but in order to provide price options, I do it but can't keep doing this.  Can anyone share what not to do?

dispositivo:

Galaxy note 2 - N7100

Status:

open