Question about Samsung SPH-a660/VI660
How hard would it be to replace the LCD with one from another phone of the same model?
Posted on Sep 14, 2007
Without knowing your capabilities as a tech it's impossible to say. Personally I think it's easy but I'm used to doing that type of work. If you do decide to do it yourself the hardest part is often actually getting the case apart. Some manufacturers are beginning to use screws which need weeird things like 3 bladed screwdrivers (like a Philips screwdriver with one blade missing and the other three off center) Then there's the units which need prying apart. You have to know excatly where to pry to diengage the plastic locks inside. If you break them you'll have to glue the unit back together :-) If you do get inside the screen could be anchored by double sided adhesive tape and this can make you think it's anchored by screws you can't see. Some units are extremely easy to do a transplant on whilst others seem to be designed to stop anyone from doing so. If you're willing to lose the phone altogether, give it a go but if you feel confident then good luck. BMW
Posted on Jun 07, 2006
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