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- 11-25-2010, 04:00 PM #2Forums Emeritus
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I've tried this on 3 different phones, and as easy as they make it look, that part at 3 minutes in is where I always have trouble. Specifically with the adhesive part. When you put the new glass on what do you use for new adhesive? They don't include it with the screen typically, and they offer no information on what to use. Also, if you're OCD about dust, you'll almost certainly get some dust on the LCD prior to reassembly. It's almost impossible to avoid that. Just some things to consider based on my experience.
- 11-25-2010, 08:13 PM #3
- 11-25-2010, 11:12 PM #4
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If you have insurance then take it to a repair center and they should be able to take care of you.They(Sprint) has changed how they handle certain things lately and one of them is screen repair.Take it in and let them have a look probably take a day or two for them to get a screen.
- 11-28-2010, 11:19 PM #5
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Did this to my Evo, here's the thread:
As a quick summary:
- Sprint will repair the screen for $35 if you don't carry insurance, BUT they take no liability if the phone breaks during the repair process. That's what I was told over the phone anyway. You might check with your local repair center.
- I wound up getting mine fixed at UDRepairs (). It cost $130. I am not all that comfortable fixing electronics so it was worth it to me. They are NW of Chicago, IL.
PS: Sprint lowered the price to $35 within a couple days of me going to UDRepairs. Not sure if UD has lowered their price in response...
PPS: This info. is of course for the Evo. Similar info. hopefully applies to your Hero.
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