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    Help! Cracked Droid Bionic Screen!

    I cracked my screen today and i really want to keep using this great phone.
    can anyone link me to a replacement screen site or something? thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by yiraee
    I cracked my screen today and i really want to keep using this great phone.
    can anyone link me to a replacement screen site or something? thanks
    Vzw wont send u a replacement only insurion will if u have insurance on ur phone an u have to pay $100
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    Ebay is your friend.

    I have done this and it is very easy, just make sure you have the correct size torx!! You WILL strip out the screws otherwise. Watch the video at least 3-4 times before you try to do it and CLEAN CLEAN CLEAN! I thought I was very careful and still got a little lint under the glass.......good luck!
    If ignorance is bliss, why aren't there more happy people out there..........?
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    I replaced mine. It took about 2 hours. My bezel was also cracked so i replaced that too. I think that made it easier because I didn't have to apply heat to get the Bezel and glass separated. Good luck and as was said before, keep things clean.
    Bionic - Rooted....foreverRooted (I hope)!
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    Look for one of my previous posts on this. I had links to guides and videos. I recommend buying a digitizer with bezel attached.

    Edit: http://www.droidforums.net/forum/showthread.php?t=219312
    Last edited by giant25; 08-22-2012 at 04:38 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stinson317
    I replaced mine. It took about 2 hours. My bezel was also cracked so i replaced that too. I think that made it easier because I didn't have to apply heat to get the Bezel and glass separated. Good luck and as was said before, keep things clean.
    2 hours??? Dang!

    Sent from my DROID BIONIC
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    Yeah 2 hours.. At least it seemed like it. I went very slow. After all the flashing and not bricking it once, I didnt want to ruin my bionic by doing something stupid.
    Bionic - Rooted....foreverRooted (I hope)!
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    Oh dang! That's crazy!

    Sent from my DROID BIONIC
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    I finally got around to replacing my wife's Bionic screen. I was very glad I bought a digitizer with bezel already attached, made things so much easier. Just watch the videos and read the repairsuniverse guide a few times. I made sure to not touch the inside of the screen, but specs still ended up showing a bit on the inside when I was done. I highly recommend shining a light at different angles on the screen to find these specs and clean them off with a lint free rag before closing it all up. Everything else went really well. Good luck to anyone else who goes for it.
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