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-Are you talking about the ASSEMBLY with the panel or the GLASS ONLY part? Glass only is just about impossible for inexperienced end users - even I have trouble with it and I’m no stranger to a difficult repair like that. The edge screen phones are well beyond my ability. Don’t bold your breath about being able to pull it off - a lot of people who have seen us seasoned pros manage it think they can do it when it’s a art and then some. I know how on the thoroughly obsolete phones like the S3/Note 2, but the Edge phones are still a work in progress for me.
+Are you talking about the ASSEMBLY with the panel or the GLASS ONLY part? Glass only is just about impossible for inexperienced end users - even I have trouble with it and I’m no stranger to a difficult repair like that. The edge screen phones are well beyond my ability to pull off. '''If you bought the glass only part without a panel, don’t try unless you’re 110% comfortable with it - it is an art.''' I know how to do it on the thoroughly obsolete phones (S3/Note 2 age) but not Edge screen phones - I still need to learn how.
If you’re talking about the bare screen without a frame, [guide|116670|this guide] covers the job.

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Bewerkt door: Nick ,

Tekst:

-Are you talking about the ASSEMBLY with the panel or the GLASS ONLY part? Glass only is just about impossible for inexperienced end users - even I have trouble with it and I’m no stranger to a difficult repair like that. The edge screen phones are well beyond my ability. Don’t bold your breath about being able to pull it off - a lot of people who have seen us seasoned pros manage it think they can do it when it’s a art and then some.
+Are you talking about the ASSEMBLY with the panel or the GLASS ONLY part? Glass only is just about impossible for inexperienced end users - even I have trouble with it and I’m no stranger to a difficult repair like that. The edge screen phones are well beyond my ability. Don’t bold your breath about being able to pull it off - a lot of people who have seen us seasoned pros manage it think they can do it when it’s a art and then some. I know how on the thoroughly obsolete phones like the S3/Note 2, but the Edge phones are still a work in progress for me.
If you’re talking about the bare screen without a frame, [guide|116670|this guide] covers the job.

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Bewerkt door: Nick ,

Tekst:

-Are you talking about the ASSEMBLY with the panel or the GLASS ONLY part? Glass only is just about impossible for inexperienced end users - even I have trouble with it and I’m no stranger to a difficult repair and I took a second attempt at it on a junker S6 Edge+ assembly to try and nail the procedure since perfect screens cost way too much. Don’t bold your breath about being able to pull it off.
+Are you talking about the ASSEMBLY with the panel or the GLASS ONLY part? Glass only is just about impossible for inexperienced end users - even I have trouble with it and I’m no stranger to a difficult repair like that. The edge screen phones are well beyond my ability. Don’t bold your breath about being able to pull it off - a lot of people who have seen us seasoned pros manage it think they can do it when it’s a art and then some.
If you’re talking about the bare screen without a frame, [guide|116670|this guide] covers the job.

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Bewerkt door: Nick ,

Tekst:

-Are you talking about the ASSEMBLY with the panel or GLASS ONLY? Glass only is just about impossible for inexperienced end users - even I have trouble with it and I’m no stranger to a difficult repair and I took a second attempt at it on a junker S6 Edge+ assembly to try and nail the procedure since perfect screens cost way too much. Don’t bold your breath about being able to pull it off.
+Are you talking about the ASSEMBLY with the panel or the GLASS ONLY part? Glass only is just about impossible for inexperienced end users - even I have trouble with it and I’m no stranger to a difficult repair and I took a second attempt at it on a junker S6 Edge+ assembly to try and nail the procedure since perfect screens cost way too much. Don’t bold your breath about being able to pull it off.
If you’re talking about the bare screen without a frame, [guide|116670|this guide] covers the job.
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-Ultimately yeah… Buy a minor defect screen at a discount (but be warned a lot of these come from China) or a used phone if you don’t want to live with it or the panel is damaged.

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Bewerkt door: Nick ,

Tekst:

-Are you talking about the ASSEMBLY with the panel or GLASS ONLY? Glass only is just about impossible for inexperienced end users - even I have trouble with it and I’m no stranger to a difficult repair and I took a second attempt at it on a junker S6 Edge+ assembly to try and nail the procedure. Don’t bold your breath about being able to pull it off.
+Are you talking about the ASSEMBLY with the panel or GLASS ONLY? Glass only is just about impossible for inexperienced end users - even I have trouble with it and I’m no stranger to a difficult repair and I took a second attempt at it on a junker S6 Edge+ assembly to try and nail the procedure since perfect screens cost way too much. Don’t bold your breath about being able to pull it off.
If you’re talking about the bare screen without a frame, [guide|116670|this guide] covers the job.
Ultimately yeah… Buy a minor defect screen at a discount (but be warned a lot of these come from China) or a used phone if you don’t want to live with it or the panel is damaged.

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Are you talking about the ASSEMBLY with the panel or GLASS ONLY? Glass only is just about impossible for inexperienced end users - even I have trouble with it and I’m no stranger to a difficult repair and I took a second attempt at it on a junker S6 Edge+ assembly to try and nail the procedure. Don’t bold your breath about being able to pull it off.

If you’re talking about the bare screen without a frame, [guide|116670|this guide] covers the job.

Ultimately yeah… Buy a minor defect screen at a discount (but be warned a lot of these come from China) or a used phone if you don’t want to live with it or the panel is damaged.

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