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The problem here is the AMOLED screens cost so much it quickly totals out the phone in many cases, unless you get a deal on a minor defect replacement. You likely broke the screen, which is more common now since the glass is stronger then the display. The problem with Samsung’s unreasonable repair cost is one generation will do it with a cheap phone - you may get 2 out of a flagship, but after that it’s cheaper to buy a new phone and retire the broken one unless you need the data.
 
Buying the bare screen may total the phone out. Your best bet is to find a donor with a good screen or a used panelone with minor screen burn (which you really can’t avoid unless it’s a unicorn phone) or a new one at a discount with minor defects you can live with for a new displaywith.
Buying the bare screen may total the phone out. Your best bet is to find a donor with a good screen or a used panelone with minor screen burn (which you really can’t avoid unless it’s a unicorn phone) or a new one at a discount with minor defects you can live with for a new displaywith.
 
After you find a screen, follow [guide|92339|this guide] to the point you can drop the new screen into the phone. DO NOT disassemble it further.

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The problem here is the AMOLED screens cost so much it quickly totals out the phone :(. That said, it’s usuallyin many cases, unless you get a deal on a minor defect replacement. You likely broke the first thing to go when you drop it soscreen, which is more then likelycommon now since the boardglass is fine, butstronger then the screendisplay. The problem with Samsung’s unreasonable repair cost is damaged. Oneone generation will do it with a Samsung andcheap phone - you may get 2 will total a phone out with just the screen withoutof a donor. This is old enoughflagship, but after that it’s cheaper to needbuy a donor, butnew phone and retire the broken one unless you don’t need to be as picky about price yetthe data.
The problem here is the AMOLED screens cost so much it quickly totals out the phone :(. That said, it’s usuallyin many cases, unless you get a deal on a minor defect replacement. You likely broke the first thing to go when you drop it soscreen, which is more then likelycommon now since the boardglass is fine, butstronger then the screendisplay. The problem with Samsung’s unreasonable repair cost is damaged. Oneone generation will do it with a Samsung andcheap phone - you may get 2 will total a phone out with just the screen withoutof a donor. This is old enoughflagship, but after that it’s cheaper to needbuy a donor, butnew phone and retire the broken one unless you don’t need to be as picky about price yetthe data.
 
Buying the bare screen totals these phones out without tryingmay total the phone out. Your best bet is to find a donor with a good screen,screen or a used panel with minor screen burn (youwhich you really can’t avoid it. There are no parts phones without it unless it’s a unicorn phone) or minor defects you get it from someone who treated the screen likecan live with for a unicorn). Afternew display.

After
you find a phone, followscreen, follow [guide|92339|this guide] to the point you can drop the new screen into the phone. DO NOT disassemble it further.
Buying the bare screen totals these phones out without tryingmay total the phone out. Your best bet is to find a donor with a good screen,screen or a used panel with minor screen burn (youwhich you really can’t avoid it. There are no parts phones without it unless it’s a unicorn phone) or minor defects you get it from someone who treated the screen likecan live with for a unicorn). Afternew display.

After
you find a phone, followscreen, follow [guide|92339|this guide] to the point you can drop the new screen into the phone. DO NOT disassemble it further.

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The problem here is the AMOLED screens cost so much it quickly totals out the phone :(. That said, it’s usually the first thing to go when you drop it so more then likely the board is fine, but the screen is damaged. One generation will sodo it with a Samsung and 2 will total a phone out with just the screen without a donor. This is old enough to need a donor, but you don’t need to be as picky about price yet.
The problem here is the AMOLED screens cost so much it quickly totals out the phone :(. That said, it’s usually the first thing to go when you drop it so more then likely the board is fine, but the screen is damaged. One generation will sodo it with a Samsung and 2 will total a phone out with just the screen without a donor. This is old enough to need a donor, but you don’t need to be as picky about price yet.
 
Buying the bare screen totals these phones out without trying. Your best bet is to find a donor with a good screen, minor screen burn (you really can’t avoid it. There are no parts phones without it unless you get it from someone who treated the screen like a unicorn). After you find a phone, follow [guide|92339|this guide] to the point you can drop the new screen into the phone. DO NOT disassemble it further.

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The problem here is the AMOLED screens cost so much it quickly totals out the phone :(. That said, it’s usually the first thing to go when you drop it so more then likely the board is fine, but the screen is damaged. One generation will so it within Samsungwith a Samsung and 2 will total a phone out with just the screen without a donor.
The problem here is the AMOLED screens cost so much it quickly totals out the phone :(. That said, it’s usually the first thing to go when you drop it so more then likely the board is fine, but the screen is damaged. One generation will so it within Samsungwith a Samsung and 2 will total a phone out with just the screen without a donor.
 
Buying the bare screen totals these phones out without trying. Your best bet is to find a donor with a good screen, minor screen burn (you really can’t avoid it. There are no parts phones without it unless you get it from someone who treated the screen like a unicorn). After you find a phone, follow [guide|92339|this guide] to the point you can drop the new screen into the phone. DO NOT disassemble it further.

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The problem here is the AMOLED screens cost so much it quickly totals out the phone :(. That said, it’s usually the first thing to go when you drop it so more then likely the board is fine, but the screen is damaged. One generation will so it within Samsung.
The problem here is the AMOLED screens cost so much it quickly totals out the phone :(. That said, it’s usually the first thing to go when you drop it so more then likely the board is fine, but the screen is damaged. One generation will so it within Samsung.
 
Buying the bare screen totals these phones out without trying. Your best bet is to find a donor with a good screen, minor screen burn (you really can’t avoid it. There are no parts phones without it unless you get it from someone who treated the screen like a unicorn). After you find a phone, follow [guide|92339|this guide] to the point you can drop the new screen into the phone. DO NOT disassemble it further.

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The problem here is the AMOLED screens cost so much it quickly totals out the phone :(. That said, it’s usually the first thing to go when you drop it so more then likely the board is fine, but the screen is damaged.

Buying the bare screen totals these phones out without trying. Your best bet is to find a donor with a good screen, minor screen burn (you really can’t avoid it. There are no parts phones without it unless you get it from someone who treated the screen like a unicorn). After you find a phone,  follow [guide|92339|this guide] to the point you can drop the new screen into the phone. DO NOT disassemble it further.

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