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[post|437295] post probably answers your question (Read Dan’s answer, it talks about your problem). From what I understand from the post, the NFC chip is paired to the mainboard and thus COULDwill cause a problem during replacement on the series 3. Therefore, you will probably have problems after replacing the screen. This [guide|113553|ifixit guide] is decent, and againdecent for replacing the S3 with an S2 screen, where the author warns that Apple Pay won’t work anymoreproposes a solution by soldering the S3 NFC chip to the S2 screen and then using it. However, there is no mention for problems with pairing to another device, so if you don’t mind not using Apple Pay, go ahead!you can use the S3 screen. Otherwise you’ll have to do the tricky operation with the NFC chip and the S2 screen.
[post|437295] post probably answers your question (Read Dan’s answer, it talks about your problem). From what I understand from the post, the NFC chip is paired to the mainboard and thus COULDwill cause a problem during replacement on the series 3. Therefore, you will probably have problems after replacing the screen. This [guide|113553|ifixit guide] is decent, and againdecent for replacing the S3 with an S2 screen, where the author warns that Apple Pay won’t work anymoreproposes a solution by soldering the S3 NFC chip to the S2 screen and then using it. However, there is no mention for problems with pairing to another device, so if you don’t mind not using Apple Pay, go ahead!you can use the S3 screen. Otherwise you’ll have to do the tricky operation with the NFC chip and the S2 screen.
 
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[post|437295] post probably answers your question (Read Dan’s answer, it talks about your problem). From what I understand from the post, the NFC chip is paired to the mainboard and thus COULD cause a problem during replacement on the series 3. Therefore, you will probably have problems after replacing the screen. This [guide|113553|ifixit guide] is decent, and again the author warns that Apple Pay won’t work anymore. However, there is no mention for problems with pairing to another device, so if you don’t mind not using Apple Pay, go ahead!

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