Yes, it can be done and is not hard, watch a you tube video and they show you step by step instructions on how to do it. The hardest part is taking the case apart. I personally have a heat gun which I use for shrink wrapping, and this is one technique that works in getting the glue to melt. I had to also replace the charging port on the phone because it was charging on the floor and someone stepped on the cord right next to the phone. I ordered the replacement part and it came with all tools needed to replace the USB port, but thats true also if you break the glass. If you do not feel you can do it take it to one of those booths at your local mall that does cell phone repair. Either have them do the entire job or bu the part and have them open the phone for you. You can also use a blow dryer but I think you should have a company that has a machine that you set the temperature to around 100 degree's then they use a suction cup then a box opener or plastic knife to break the seal.
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It is too hard to do it
If I change the glass of my phone galaxy s8+
How long it will work?
par Fardaus Nourzai
Ignor all these people saying something isnt doable. If everyone had this attitude, we would still be in the stoneage. Its very possible with dry ice and caution.
par John Grimes
@pccheese is right about the glass being fused. The glass is only the outermost layer (the part that you touch), which is fused to the LCD (liquid crystal display: part that displays the image), which is then fused to the digitizer (the part that responds to your touch). I wouldn’t recommend trying to fix it yourself unless you have all the proper tools and/or equipment. Take it from someone who knows and has actually attempted to do so.
I have a Galaxy s8 plus. Initially, the only issue I had with it was just a cracked front glass. I had already seen tons of YouTube repair tutorials and googled DIY instructions. So, I figured why not try to fix it myself. It’s harder than it looks if you’re not well equipped with the right tools.
If you do decide to fix it yourself, chances are you will probably end up damaging the LCD along with the digitizer in the process of trying to remove the glass. So consider buying a glass that comes with the lcd & digitizer pre-assembled.
par Mr Uber619
To Mr Uber619, don't try and be a know it all, it doesn't suit you.
Sam's don't use LCD's in the S8 it's AMOLED (active-matrix organic light-emitting diode)
There's a few companies which do offer a glass only replacement service and there's videos of it being done on YouTube so it is most definitely possible!!