Itwasmee
Hi everyone,
I was wondering if i could change the digitizer without adding the glue between the display and the glass like it is supposed to be ? i guess it should work, even if it wont be as clean as before, but i would like to know if anyone here tried it before. last thing, is it possible to remove the digitizer without specialized heating table or whatever its called, i have heaty gun and som eother things. Thank you in advance
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Andree27
Did not understand your question but will try to answer ...
You can use a hair dryer to remove the screen ,
if the glue left on the shell you can stick lcd on the old glue...
If you want to stick put together LCD and touch screen ,
it can also be removed with a hair dryer and fishing line,
but then need uv glue and uv led lamp , because the vacuum camera will be expensive ...
glue for housing 3M™ 9088
hope to help....

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Andree27
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Itwasmee
Thank you for your answer ! all im trying to say is that i dont have the equipment to glue ( by glue i mean the oca glue between the lcd and the digitizer ) the digitizer back on the display ( to create a vacuum etc ) so i was wondering if it was possible to skip the step where i need to glue the two pieces, and just put them on top of eachother without adding any glue ( considering i removed the old glue ) . Hope it's clear enough ^^, Thanks in advance !😅
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Andree27
I would recommend a quality repair , you can try it , stick lcd on the old glue ...
The air bubble will be inevitable without vacuum camera ...
recommend uv glue....
But try what you intended...

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/TP-2500-UV-LOCA-Liquid-Clear-Adhesive-Glue-Samsung-iPhone-LCD-Touch-Repair/283405520126?epid=1045406262&hash=item41fc490cfe&enc=AQADAAAC8FjVrDbVsZ8oH%2F8PNHtt9VX4%2Fw7FZcmMuqsX8uaFEduVY3YBaZX%2FSfPqOOcaykwKjBJCgh9HxmlahM9uXuDk2PyTFc0f2%2BR7blHAYgLBvyLSSjSPBIXzcsvodXFkM%2B1nwwNGd6GmSm8aIeDj9ku53mhJ3fwrIixo9kFz7q3bR8mfT%2FMyKhKn6a7G6n0Ku5gXywUqgiVxpRlW2EkB4pxoZITBalmVj4qSci7RloktDhzM1kg1VQzRtLrgwRxti0QxxnzrZB6SKxih8HJ4eOPVZNIof0y5PCeDb%2BeWm7XURWqNqGrwDxPqlLRlk8MM80ljUvZwqNDwjJLatStc2yu8cWaTrVXAu5qgeMjRH3pMfORXXRoAFxFp2coguYe4bLaNyRSrl9m%2BWpG3qnhgwjoCGGnnpN819cEvD7a9uOG8SXxk%2BXj2sZwy4uo3J02OAdFr4wPRwQQBk%2FZbAd14w%2FDjmlPyEXo00irSsmKInYozvA0Zfzn%2BkqYR5Kdz5qa5nKfVQqhx%2BArNTL1gcJaD4%2BgEcrYdGsCTGfdQzQ2%2Ft%2FpNxaUrHofu1L%2FXguXDoQLrm367luPKivpOIyjqhJZXWtIKY8GZwbJAQKN96YGZcvnv%2Fcvv1q%2BJPy4sX6JPouZqMp1n7z5y3sXW%2BhVgpWq3RNxP%2BZ%2Fy6RSRP52J7mYh%2B%2BaGCbjVSg4V%2BvAAtay7ydoH%2FIQq1P%2FuNUD9RPaFQ8998B8i1UlbmsCFbcf644N1VHoo6UAlBMw5x8zItw2jIB%2Bw1xj0mTOiFgpD%2BNbG82DsIz3n6Lxr3fIGUzQigkohHFun4wurvJBAJmgb3F35vNPKNUJez%2BW32sALtt5LDFysmHBVg4Rjepi5R9vOmBNbYanGi5mcWIW%2BE1ERGGjg8KJ3hkPfouA8PoH0bsQYjaOSDX%2BjsMM%2FsD%2Fg44qKebYkof9TGOirbUvC%2FDPZH59w%2FnI5nLc4CtqudIw1TmSCq2hUzf2UZ3Tu4rZKuYxHMDlKI%2Ffj2au6&checksum=2834055201266b612c2f27204c879444786f0d38d9c5

https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_sop=12&Type=UV%2520Lamps&_sacat=67653&_nkw=uv%20lamp&_dcat=67653

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Total Computer Services
Hi, itwasmee, why don't you just try it and see if it works? If not, you've lost nothing. I'd like to know the answer to this to.
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Itwasmee
Definitely gonna do that, I'll keep you posted when i get the time to do this 😉
@Andree27, I don't have access to such expensive tools, thank you for your sharing tho ! Even the stores in my city do not repair glass as it is expensive, time consuming and the result rarely satisfying.
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