1. AC Question's Avatar
    My brother-in-law had some bad luck. He has a Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 version, that he uses for work, that ended up with a broken screen. It still works bu,t the glass is badly cracked. He got this one to replace another 2014 Note 10.1, that ended up with a bad motherboard, but otherwise in good shape. Both of these tablets are out of warranty, and I suggested combining the good parts to make one working tablet. Is this doable, or should he just sell the two for scrap and try for tablet 3 with the most heavy duty case he can find.
    02-13-2015 12:57 AM
  2. belodion's Avatar
    I imagine it would be doable by someone with the relevant experience, skill, knowledge, and tools....or by someone with luck on their side all the way through the procedure.

    Edit: I'm sorry Bonnie, I didn't see your reply when I posted mine....perhaps it hadn't appeared for some glitchy reason.

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    02-13-2015 05:30 AM
  3. JohnLClark's Avatar
    Thanks for the answers. I watched a few videos about changing the battery, and the screen, so it seems possible. I was able to save his info from both tablets, so he wouldn't lose anything. I am going to try and take out the inner parts as one unit, then I don't have to disassemble a lot of parts. I figured I would take a shot before he buys a new one. Tried to recommend a refurbished Note 10.1, but he only buys new,
    02-13-2015 03:36 PM

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