1. Baboku's Avatar
    Hi, im the owner of a Samsung Galaxy S4, and yesterday I broke the LCD Screen , but all the other functions work, like the little notification light, etc. The shop I normally go to charge me 150C$ to repair the screen,m and I tought it was a bit excesive considering I can buy replacement kit off Ebay for like 80C$. I wanted to have your feedback on my idea to do it myself and also I'm having trouble finding the right screen. I have a SGH-M919V a canadian model and I didn't see any screen specific to that model, only M919 screen, so does it gonna work if I put an M919 lcd screen on my M919V ?

    Thank you !
    12-30-2016 11:51 PM
  2. darius_robin's Avatar
    Yes, putting an M919 screen on the M919V will work. You can go through these steps for help: https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Samsung...lacement/21843.

    As you can see, iFixit has rated it Difficult, so you might have to do it extra carefully.

    Note to Moderator: Kindly merge this thread with this: http://forums.androidcentral.com/t-s...placement.html
    12-31-2016 12:11 AM
  3. Baboku's Avatar
    Alright thank you for your answer really appreciate it ! I think I'm gonna do it by myself and see what comes out of it.

    Thank you again and have a great day !
    01-08-2017 12:28 PM

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