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Can this be fixed

I finally got the covers but in the process i snapped in half the paper that joins both the front face and the back. i assume its what makes the screen work. if anyone has any idea what im talking about or can even let me know if this "thing" is replaceable. cheers from oz.

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If you are talking of the flexible conductor as paper then Yes, this is a replaceable part though it is usually soldered to a phone part in one side (the screen in your case) and have a plug or connector in the other side so you may need the complette screen replacement if the screen conductor is cutted.

If your phone is a slider or flip model and that was the bus between both movible parts then there would be a connector in each board (usually though not sure, may vary) and you can try to find the replacement in any shop.

Good Luck...

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