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Reemplazo de lente de cámara trasera del Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

Qué necesitas

    • Sigue este procedimiento si estás reemplazando solo el lente de cristal sobre la cámara trasera.

    • Si estás reemplazando el bisel entero, salta este paso y sigue las instrucciones en el siguiente paso.

    • Sigue este procedimiento más largo para reemplazar el lente de cámara y el bisel que están instalados en la caja trasera.

    • Si sigues este procedimiento, necesitarás adhesivo nuevo para volver a instalar la carcasa trasera. Sigue esta guía para volver a colocar el bisel adhesivo de la cámara y el adhesivo de dicha parte de la carcasa.

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Evan Noronha

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THANK YOU SO MUCH for the first video!!!

Grace Arnott - Contestar

Follow up... What happens if there is a bit of dust? Is there a way to get rid of it?

Grace Arnott - Contestar

I ordered 2 lens replacements and neither one of the lenses have adhesive on either side do I need to buy some kind of adhesive sepratly or should 1 or these sides already have it on there

Joshua albano - Contestar

same thing with mine josh albano i just plopped it in and am going to hope for the best.

John Biello - Contestar

How can I make sure I don't get my replacement glass in backward.....because my focus is still gone. I'm devastated because I purchased this phone specifically for the camera to take pictures to upload to my eBay account. I worked for almost a full year before I could afford to buy this camera phone and I purchased it outright from straight talk. I own my camera and it is not insured. I followed your directions to replace my lens and now I'm worried I might have it in backward. How can I tell if the lens is in place incorrectly? By the way, my phone has never been dropped. It has been protected by an otter box since its purchase. My lens seemingly self-imploded. Just the strangest thing. Other than the lens, my camera doesn't have a scratch on it! Thank you for any help. Molly

Molly Azbell-Thompson - Contestar

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