All about Repairing Your Galaxy Note Edge Cracked Screen

Posted: August 4, 2016 in Galaxy, Samsung

It’s easy to drop your smartphone accidentally, sit on it, or helplessly watch its screen crack via another situation. Thankfully, you can get parts and accessories for Samsung phones like the Galaxy Note Edge to repair the screen yourself and do so quickly when you choose a quality wholesale Galaxy Note Edge parts supplier.

Parts and accessories for Samsung phones: What You Need

The tools you need to fix your Galaxy Note Edge’s cracked screen are:

  • Phillips screwdriver
  • Tool to open case
  • Tweezers
  • Screen replacement

Of course, you can’t just use any old tools or screen; they must fit with the Edge design. For this reason, only order from a wholesale Galaxy Note Edge parts supplier that offers the specialized parts for this particular smartphone model. For example, Injured Gadgets provides all replacement parts once you select the Edge as your phone, using its website. Simply follow the links to find the matching tools and replacement parts to fix the screen issue.

Steps for the Smartphone Screen Repair

Begin by removing the Galaxy Note Edge S pen and powering off your device. Take off the Galaxy Note Edge battery door and pull out the battery. Remove the rear housing of the device next by taking off the 15 screws; use your case opening tool to do so.

The next step is to pry out the five connectors and remove the motherboard. You are almost done at this point. You need to remove the charging port flex assembly and the small parts after that, such as the front-facing camera. Once the disassembly is complete, you will need to replace the cracked screen with a new one, then put the phone back together.

For all of the parts and accessories for Samsung phones that you need for a do-it-yourself repair, depend on Injured Gadgets. The wholesale Galaxy Note Edge parts supplier has been in the cellular repair industry since 2009 and backs all parts with a lifetime guarantee and warranty.

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