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Dragon Touch M10X Screen Replacement: If the screen on your Dragon Touch M10X is damaged and needs replacing this guide will allow step by step instructions on how to replace the screen. ... Step 1 Screen. Remove the two screws from the top of the tablet as shown in the figure using a J0 philips head bit. Edit.
I've done several Samsungs, a couple of Apples and a Nextbook. I've never done an Acer but I'm guessing it's not too difficult.
Look up YouTube videos on the subject. You can probably find one for the exact device you have.
If the image on your tablet still looks perfect but the glass in front of it is cracked, then you only have to replace the digitizer glass. The screen is behind that. If you have to replace both, try to purchase an assembled package because it will be easier.
Typically, the image screen is fastened to the tablet frame with double-faced tape around the edges. Then another layer of double-faced tape goes around the perimeter of the image screen and the digitizer is stuck onto that. Getting things apart involves using a hair dryer and several little plastic pry tools (some of which look like pry-bars with a handle and some of which look like guitar picks) to separate the glass parts from the heat softened adhesive. I've found that having several single-edge razor blades is also handy as long as you don't slip and push it into your finger.
When you replace the adhesive between the screen glass and the digitizer glass, make sure you don't leave any gaps in the adhesive. Pressing on the front digitizer glass oil-cans it in and out and if you leave any gaps in the adhesive, dust will get sucked in between the sheets of glass.
By the way, I will NEVER do a Nextbook again--at least I wouldn't replace just the glass. They don't use double-faced tape at the factory. The glass was somehow bonded directly to an aluminum frame. Much of the glass I scraped off the frame only came off when pulverized into powder. I would buy the replacement glass already bonded to the aluminum and just snap that on. Probably wouldn't be cheap.
tha't an easy task to handle
See the pictures below
if your whole screen shows an image and the cracks are in front of it then its just a cracked digitiser
if you dont see the whole image and tyou see horizontal and vertical line or an image like spilled liquid then your Lcd is also cracked too
this is a broken Lcd (the screen is distorted by the lines or no picture at all)
this is just a broken digitiser (the screen below the broken glass works fine )
I have found new screens for the Kurio 7S, however I do not believe that anyone is selling the LCD screens for the 4s at this time. If is only the front glass that is broken, these can be found on Ebay.
my 4sight 9 inch tablet cracked and looks like a spider web crack because there was a hanger on it and i sort-of tossed my self on my bed and i didn't know that there was my tablet underneath me.....i think and my parents think that the crack is also on the inside.....can you help cause if we don't find anyone to fix it we will have to get or find another tablet............:(!!