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Contribution d'origine par : rustedchip ,


You will need a lot of patience to do it without damaging the screen, but technically you can.


It is a hard task, you can damage the screen, there is like a 90% change to damaged it, and is better if you have a Screen ready to be replaced if you damaged.

Not even Microsoft can do it, when you call for a repair they just replace the complete device  with a refurbished one.