For Samsung Galaxy S III SPH-L710 LCD Screen and Digitizer Assembly with Front Housing Replacement - White - Grade S+
The item includes:
1. LCD Screen;
2. Digitizer Touch Screen;
3. Front Housing;
4. Ear Speaker Mesh Cover;
5. Home Button;
6. Home Button Flex Cable Ribbon;
7. Navigator Flex Cable Ribbon;
8. Side Keys.
Notice: Please test the functionality of this item before installation.
Size: 4.8 inches
Type: Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Resolution: 720 x 1280 pixels (~306 ppi pixel density)
Protection: Corning Gorilla Glass 2
Version: For Sprint
Compatibility: Samsung Galaxy S III SPH-L710
• This Samsung Galaxy S III SPH-L710 screen replacement is white and we also supply sapphire lcd assembly replacement, please note.
• This Samsung SPH-L710 Sprint Version replacement is branded with logo on the top.
• This Galaxy S3 SPH-L710 screen assembly is 100% OEM manufactured and assembled.
• This part is only compatible with the Samsung Galaxy S III SPH-L710 Sprint Version.
• This Galaxy S III SPH-L710 digitizer replacement includes the front housing, please do not confuse it with the Samsung SPH-L710 LCD Screen and Digitizer Assembly.
How to Install / Tips:
• These parts are hermetically attached. Special tooling and skills are required for replacing this Samsung Galaxy S III SPH-L710 LCD screen assembly.
• Please try to handle the repair or replacement work in a dry and dust free environment without direct sunlight.
• The installation of the Galaxy S3 SPH-L710 LCD assembly should be done by a qualified person. ETS is not responsible for any damage caused during installation.
How to Disassemble Samsung Galaxy S3
Tools we need: Small Phillips Screwdriver
Safe Open Pry Tool
As usual, the first step you need to do is to turn off the phone and remove the battery door and battery.
Unscrew the 10 screws then take out the rear housing
Disconnect these 4 connectors showed in the picture
Use Safe Open Pry Tool to remove the loud speaker module
Remove a screw and the antenna connector
Take out the motherboard
Separate the rear camera and the motherboard
Use the Safe Open Pry Tool to pry up the SIM and SD card reader
Peel off the microphone gasket then unscrew a screw
Pick out the front camera
Pick out the Bluetooth antenna
Remove the ear speaker flex cable
Use Tweezers to pick out the vibrating motor
(4)4.4 StarsReviewed by Ku** Allmending**Rating
Front glass and LCD on wife's phone cracked. Purchased Samsung Galaxy S III SPH-L710 LCD Screen and Digitizer thru ETrade Supply.
Removal of motherboard and small auxiliary assemblies was not too bad. The hardest part was removal of the left-hand dual switch assembly. Best to push the switches actuator out until it sticks in its hole through the frame. The switches assembly can then be carefully removed. The switches assembly has adhesive on the back of it and needs to be carefully pried away from the frame.
The unit from ETrade was an exact replacement for the original assembly. Only the original model and serial number label in the battery compartment had to be transferred. A trivial task, however, warming the label makes it much easier to remove, but don't over do it with the heat.
Replacing the motherboard and auxiliary assemblies was fairly easy. Again, the left-hand side switches assembly was the hardest. Be sure to have the actuator pushed out a little. Just enough so it stays out, but can be pushed back in again. Connect all the flex cables to their sockets. Carefully line up the connector with the socket, then apply gentle pressure. You should be able to feel the connector and socket mate. Be sure to replace the one motherboard screw and one broad flat-head screw for one of the auxiliary assemblies before replacing the motherboard plastic cover. Replace the top end plastic cover assembly first. Then, replace the motherboard cover. The battery can next be installed, then the back phone cover snapped in place.
When the phone was turned on, it came up normally. All functions, i.e., send/receive calls, camera, wifi, etc. were checked and found functioning properly. All-in-all, the phone was brand new again.
Two main points of advice, (1) use a small Philips head screw driver that fits the screws, and (2) go slow, don't rush, or apply too much force.
Getting up in years (>60) has made working with miniaturized circuitry a challenge. How I long for the days of vacuum tubes and thru-hole.
Good luck!Reviewed by brand** weagra**Rating
it was said to be for my exact model of phone but yet it had slight differences from my original and that caused many issues. it doesnt fit properly and isnt flush with the rest of my phone. i am honestly very displeased with it. it caused a lot of issues like now my camera does not work at all, everything is connected but since i got this part my camera and flash light do not work. and when it comes to the differences from the original lets just say i had an extra screw from the original that this one had no spot for.
[ ETS Answer ] Hi,
Really sorry to hear that, dear.
All defective merchandise, unless otherwise indicated, may be returned for a replacement within 180 days from the original purchase date.
The warranty does not cover physically damaged merchandise. All warranty replacements are required to have a RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) number.
The following link explains how to get a RMA(Return Merchandise Authorization) number.
Have a nice day!Reviewed by Adalber** Barre**Rating
Excellent part, arrived as described. Customer extremely happy with end result and product.Reviewed by Stev**Rating
The speaker, front camera, vibrator, and antenna are not included. The camera is easy to replace but other components, notable the antenna, are difficult, especially if you intend to swap them over from your old unit. I need a second digitizer and am looking for other solutions instead of doing the digitizer again. It would be great is eTrade allowed you to order the digitizer with an option for pre-installation of the speaker, and / or front camera, and / or vibrator, and / or antenna.
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