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Really need to change front lens but how

Hi I really need to change front lens cover can I do it from front or will I have to do from inside

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Re: really need to change front lens but how

Sorry if you able to you must strip it completely. Be Carefull , there is a flat cable and 2 connectors inside that damage very easily.Then your fone can be dead, lights, no mic, or no sound.

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