Woof, like others have said, it’s incredibly easy to ruin the screen in this process. Kind of impossible to tell if you’re getting the adhesive or the screen with your tools.
Definitely have a replacement if you really want to have a working phone after this step.
If you’re replacing your screen, READ ALL THE COMMENTS:
There are two small rubber gaskets at the top of the phone for the proximity sensor (one rectangle gasket sitting directly on top of another gasket with two circle cutouts) — if you’re replacing your screen and you miss these two pieces you’re not going to be able to access your screen while a call is active (the screen goes completely black on a call, and it doesn't know when to turn back on if the proximity sensor doesn't work). I almost completely reassembled the phone before I tested this and realized the problem.
The other comments here about also transferring the LED, vibration motor, ear speaker, headphone jack, and power/volume buttons are accurate, but neglected to mention these rubber gaskets for the proximity sensor.
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Aqui está uma prévia de como será o gráfico:
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