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-I bought the replacement glass screen then proceeded to remove glass shards. IT WAS A LONG PROCESS. As someone mentioned above, please take your time. It took me about 3.5 days working on it for 3-4 hrs at a time but it all came off. As I was removing the glass I did put to ribbing back in to see if my work was in vain, it wasn't thank GOD. Don't expect it to look like new when said and done. Also get some good cleaner and some tweezers for removing the small glass shards that dig into the lcd protective layer. I have my local and uv lamp on the way and I'll see how it turns out when done. I'll keep you all updated when finished. If it doesn't look good when done then I'll buy the assembly replacement and move everything over. I only paid $75 for mine. XD
+I bought the replacement glass screen then proceeded to remove glass shards. IT WAS A LONG PROCESS. As someone mentioned above, please take your time. It took me about 3.5 days working on it for 3-4 hrs at a time but it all came off. As I was removing the glass I did put to ribbing back in to see if my work was in vain, it wasn't thank GOD. Don't expect it to look like new when said and done. Also get some good cleaner and some tweezers for removing the small glass shards that dig into the lcd protective layer. I have my local and uv lamp on the way and I'll see how it turns out when done. I'll keep you all updated when finished. If it doesn't look good when done then I'll buy the assembly replacement and move everything over. I only paid $75 for mine. Xb

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Editado por: david hammell ,

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-I bought the replacement glass screen then proceeded to remove glass shards. IT WAS A LONG PROCESS. As someone mentioned above, please take your time. It took me about 3.5 days working on it for 3-4 hrs at a time but it all came off. As I was removing the glass I did put to ribbing back in to see if my work was in vain, it wasn't thank GOD. Don't expect it to look like new when said and done. Also get some good cleaner and some tweezers for removing the small glass shards that dig into the lcd protective layer. I have my local and uv lamp on the way and I'll see how it turns out when done. I'll keep you all updated when finished. If it doesn't look good when done then I'll buy the assembly replacement and move everything over. I only paid $75 for mine.
+I bought the replacement glass screen then proceeded to remove glass shards. IT WAS A LONG PROCESS. As someone mentioned above, please take your time. It took me about 3.5 days working on it for 3-4 hrs at a time but it all came off. As I was removing the glass I did put to ribbing back in to see if my work was in vain, it wasn't thank GOD. Don't expect it to look like new when said and done. Also get some good cleaner and some tweezers for removing the small glass shards that dig into the lcd protective layer. I have my local and uv lamp on the way and I'll see how it turns out when done. I'll keep you all updated when finished. If it doesn't look good when done then I'll buy the assembly replacement and move everything over. I only paid $75 for mine. XD

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Editado por: david hammell ,

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I bought the replacement glass screen then proceeded to remove glass shards. IT WAS A LONG PROCESS.  As someone mentioned above,  please take your time. It took me about 3.5 days working on it for 3-4 hrs at a time but it all came off. As I was removing the glass I did put to ribbing back in to see if my work was in vain, it wasn't thank GOD. Don't expect it to look like new when said and done. Also get some good cleaner and some tweezers for removing the small glass shards that dig into the lcd protective layer. I have my local and uv lamp on the way and I'll see how it turns out when done. I'll keep you all updated when finished.  If it doesn't look good when done then I'll buy the assembly replacement and move everything over. I only paid $75 for mine. 

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I bought the replacement glass screen then proceeded to remove glass shards. IT WAS A LONG PROCESS.  As someone mentioned above,  please take your time. It took me about 3.5 days working on it for 3-4 hrs at a time but it all came off. As I was removing the glass I did put to ribbing back in to see if my work was in vain, it wasn't thank GOD. Don't expect it to look like new when said and done. Also get some good cleaner and some tweezers for removing the small glass shards that dig into the lcd protective layer. I have my local and uv lamp on the way and I'll see how it turns out when done. I'll keep you all updated when finished.  If it doesn't look good when done then I'll buy the assembly replacement and move everything over. I only paid $75 for mine. 

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