1. hemcdo98's Avatar
    So i guess i sat on my phone and the LCD broke. The screen is compleatly black now before i could see a little but it has become worse. i havent dropped it and there is no exturnal damage.
    01-09-2016 05:27 PM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    1. I cringe every time I see someone putting a phone into a back pocket - for just the reason you now have. Eventually, the person is going to forget that there's a phone back there and ... crunch!

    2. Repair prices vary by location. Ask at a few different shops. (Cheaper isn't always better - see if anyone's had a cellphone repair, where, and how satisfied they were with the service.) The part is about $150 (shop's cost), so it's not going to be a cheap repair.
    01-09-2016 06:04 PM
  3. Alextodd1's Avatar
    HI. Your Samsung Galaxy S5 LCD screen is broken, and you need replace it.
    I am not sure about the price of new screen, but you can surely save the labor cost by replacing it on your own, as it isn't that difficult.
    Here is a step by step link to replace your S5 LCD screen on your own:
    Steps to Replace Samsung Galaxy S4 Broken LCD screen | Smartphone repairing guide
    01-10-2016 06:34 AM
  4. maclancer's Avatar
    Just to point out something... if you never replace a screen and cost a lot of money... you may end up trashing $150 - $200 dollars. What I will do if I was you it's to sale your S5 as part in eBay and whatever money you can able get with that them you can buy another Samsung phone. Just my two cents.
    01-10-2016 06:57 AM

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