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If I’m reading you correctly, you’ve purchased most of the separate parts of the display assembly and you’re looking for (a) a source for the LCD and (b) instructions on how to assemble it?
 
I think you’re confused. The parts you have are intended for professional screen assemblers/refurbishers, not DITY’ersDIY’ers, and require speciality tools and equipment to put together. When complete, the digitizer and screen are laminated together as a single unit. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUbqqfFoLpY&t=195|Here’s an example] of a screen being assembled and laminated together. It’s not really something that a casual end-user can do at his dining room table, like putting a screen protector on a phone.
I think you’re confused. The parts you have are intended for professional screen assemblers/refurbishers, not DITY’ersDIY’ers, and require speciality tools and equipment to put together. When complete, the digitizer and screen are laminated together as a single unit. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUbqqfFoLpY&t=195|Here’s an example] of a screen being assembled and laminated together. It’s not really something that a casual end-user can do at his dining room table, like putting a screen protector on a phone.
 
Some phones have separate digitizers and screens — you can replace the digitizer/glass independently of the screen — but the S7 Active is not one of those. You’d be best off buying a replacement unit — the screen and digitizer together. It will take a lot less time and effort, and you won’t have to invest in an expensive tools and equipment (and don’t forget about training/practice).

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Bearbeitet von: Steve Godun ,

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If I’m reading you correctly, you’ve purchased most of the separate parts of the display assembly and you’re looking for (a) a source for the LCD and (b) instructions on how to assemble it?
 
I think you’re confused. The parts you have are intended for professional screen assemblers/refurbishers, not DITY’ers, and require speciality tools and equipment to put together. When complete, the digitizer and screen are laminated together as a single unit. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUbqqfFoLpY&t=195|Here’s an example] of a screen being assembled and laminated together. It’s not really something that a casual end-user can do at his dining room table, like putting a screen protector on a phone.
 
You’dSome phones have separate digitizers and screens — you can replace the digitizer/glass independently of the screen — but the S7 Active is not one of those. You’d be best off buying a replacement unit — the screen and digitizer together. It will take a lot less time and effort, and you won’t have to invest in an expensive tools and equipment (and don’t forget about training/practice).
You’dSome phones have separate digitizers and screens — you can replace the digitizer/glass independently of the screen — but the S7 Active is not one of those. You’d be best off buying a replacement unit — the screen and digitizer together. It will take a lot less time and effort, and you won’t have to invest in an expensive tools and equipment (and don’t forget about training/practice).

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Steve Godun ,

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If I’m reading you correctly, you’ve purchased most of the separate parts of the display assembly and you’re looking for (a) a source for the LCD and (b) instructions on how to assemble it?

I think you’re confused. The parts you have are intended for professional screen assemblers/refurbishers, not DITY’ers, and require speciality tools and equipment to put together. When complete, the digitizer and screen are laminated together as a single unit. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUbqqfFoLpY&t=195|Here’s an example] of a screen being assembled and laminated together. It’s not really something that a casual end-user can do at his dining room table, like putting a screen protector on a phone.

You’d be best off buying a replacement unit — the screen and digitizer together. It will take a lot less time and effort, and you won’t have to invest in an expensive tools and equipment (and don’t forget about training/practice).

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