I just want to say it only looks easy on those videos. I fix phones for living and fixing just the glass on iPhone 5 everyday using only doublesided tape to attach lcd to the glass as well as Galaxy phones. It works good but doesn't look perfect. It takes skills and many tries to do it with LOCA. Just imagine if you put to much of that stuff. On Samsung it can spill on the camera proximity sensor or home button and if you gonna harden it with light it will mess up the whole phone. On iPhone there's number of things that can go wrong. Perfect positioning the glass on the LCD is crucial and the most annoying is that LOCA can easily spill between LCD layers ruining it for good. The last one my biggest struggle now. If anyone can tell me how to avoid it I would really appreciate.
What solvent can I use to remove LOCA residue from the LCD? If anyone has an answer can you give me an exact brand name of that product please? Its really hard to remove it without scratching LCD Update: Yes i was able to separate the glass from the digitizer and it works like new. Peter i understand your position on that subject.You are a LCD dealer you dont want to hear about succesfull attempts of fixing something you make money on. Just watch the video from the link above.Its doable. Whats not to believe?