Tom Jr from Fayetteville, WV United States
As good as brand new. After having the same phone since June 2011 or 4 years, cracked the screen but it still worked and responded to touch. Looks perfect and must be a new OEM replacement.
This is only the top protector glass and is neither the LCD nor the digitizer.
1) remove the battery and SIM card. 2) remove the six screws 3) remove the back cover. 4) remove the phone jack (one of the 4 screws that fasten the display to its housing is under it) 5)slide the keyboard out 6) remove the 4 screws. two are obvious and the other two are accessed through the keyboard/battery chassis with one being under the 3.5mm phone jack. 7) now switch the home button to the new one. and reassemble.
Have the new screen ready and do not remove the plastic film protectors until the last minute to avoid dust settling on it. Disconnect the home button connector. You must carefully pry the far side of the LCD up first. There is no glue to worry about.
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