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Please note we only accept returns it the item is considered to be a manufacture fault.
Due to a strict and thorough testing of lcd modules, it is very rare that one would be faulty.
we therefore request you to soft fit the lcd, soft fit basically means; connect the lcd to the mother board and carry out a pre test. example of a pre test here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIoZ4TSAQoQ
To find the hidden menu, open the dial pad and enter *#0*# — with no spaces, just like you would any phone number. Then wait a moment, and this screen should pop up: Numerous buttons can run tests for vibration, RGB colors, touch-screen sensitivity, speaker output and so on.
Pre test takes around 10 minutes. once this has been carried out and it passes all tests, you may then continue to fit the lcd.
if however the lcd plays up after fitting, it will then indicate that you incorrectly fitted the lcd.
Alot of repairers will cut corners by not carrying out the pre test properly, they wont remove the adhesive from the frame as they should (exisiting adhesive, they do not purchase or use the genuine adhsive, they Use Glue which shouldnt be used at all, they do not use the correct equipment. This will surely invalidate any warranty.

Please note if you are sending a part back which is a manufacture fault:
The part must be intact with no seals or adhesives off,
the part must be in the same condition as given,
the box must also be intact without any markings etc - No writing on the box, no writing on the packaging, no sellotape over the main packaging etc.
Part must not be fitted.

 We suggest using proper equipment which is shown here:
http://www.gultek.eu/service-equipment/

We also suggest using genuine adhesives which is available on the website, such as:
http://www.gultek.eu/genuine-samsung-galaxy-s9-sm-g960f-rework-adhesive-kit-part-no-gh82-15971a.html

if however the lcd is blank during the soft fit; This would be a manufacturers fault. 
We would kindly request you to print a copy of the invoice and return the part back to the address stated on the invoice.
We would then replace the part as quickly as possible, Another option would be: to purchase the part again and once the fault part reaches us, we will refund it. In regards to the postage fee to send us the faulty part back: we can credit your account and raise a coupon or discount your next order.

If however you incorrectly chose the wrong colour then you are bound for a 5% charge providing you send the part back within 24hrs. 
You must package the lcd the same way we did in order to be fit for return. we will not have any excuses to say 'we ordered the lcd for a customer however they have cancelled' or 'the customer has changed his mind' etc etc this is bound by you and the client, it has no relevance with us. I therefore suggest you as Business take 50% upfront. If you the client have broken/cracked the lcd whilst fitting it, the item is void for return. Please also note: You the Customer/Client are responsible for such warranty provided to your customers, this plays no relevance to us. its between you and your customers.

A lcd is very fragile, once the handover test is carried out, you should get your customer to sign a declaration as who knows what happens once they leave your premises. therefore no such warranty should be provided. As you know; A customer can drop the phone/tablet whilst walking out your premises which could cause severe damage to the phone, A phone doesnt have to have physical damage on the outer to have siffered internal damage.

Liquid ingress could also factor and so on. Guidelines as below.

Guidelines for out of warranty repairs and problems that occur from a customer:
These problems could happen within such a short space of time even in 30 mins from a customer collecting a phone. MANUFACTURE FAULTS WILL ONLY APPEAR AT THE TIME OF PRE-TEST AND NOT AFTER. THEREFORE WE ADVISE YOU CARRY OUT THE PRE-TEST PROPERLY SO NO LOSSES AMOUNT TO YOU THEREAFTER.
Accidental & Installation Damage (commonly referred to as Customer Induced Damage)? Accidental Damage is any damage due to an unintentional act that is not the direct result of a manufacturing defect or failure, and is therefore not covered under the standard warranty. Such damage is most often the result of a drop or an impact to the LCD screen or any other part of the product which may render the device non-functional.

Dark or light spots of various sizes. Spots are typically due to an external force hitting the screen causing damage to the panels backlight assembly. While the screen did not crack or break, the underlying area was compressed and damaged causing the effect. Liquid contents could also cause a issue to the lcd screen Black "splotches" or "Ink spots" of various sizes.

The internal glass has cracked allowing the liquid crystal to pool into areas of the screen. Internal cracks are typically due to excessive force on the screen. This can be the result of something hitting the screen or phone being dropped. Cracked, Scratched or Broken glass. The LCD glass on a Samsung is manufactured to rigorous specifications and standards and will not typically crack or break on its own under normal use. In general, cracked or broken glass is considered as Accidental Damage and is not covered under the basic system warranty.

"My phone/tablet got wet" Any kind of water, liquid or moisture damage will void your warranty – even if your kit was still working after the exposure occurred. This is because moisture damage is not always immediate, and can take months to affect your kit. Most devices these days have a moisture indicator inside them that lets the manufacturer check for water damage. With kit with a removable back cover, you can sometimes see these yourself: they look like small white stickers on and around the battery. If these turn pink, it means your phone has come into contact with moisture – and your warranty is void.

As you know a manufacture fault doesn’t appear after weeks of installation hence at the handover a test is carried out.

Once its out the door then its not your responsibility. The phone doesn’t need to be cracked or have dents to suffer internal damage.
Damage can also happen within your possesion of handling and storage and fitting which is your lookout.

We are very strict on these terms as Manufactuers carry out a vigorous QC check before lcds are placed into packets.

Links – pretest menu link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIoZ4TSAQoQ To find the hidden menu, open the dial pad and enter *#0*# — with no spaces, just like you would any phone number. Then wait a moment, and this screen should pop up: Numerous buttons can run tests for vibration, RGB colors, touch-screen sensitivity, speaker output and so on For tablets: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BauYaZU2yRE

Useful codes for Samsung : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNbkTi8DJDw

HIGH IMPORTANCE

Version 2023.09.03

Please read the terms and conditions carefully.

Dear Client/Customer, in reference to Genuine mobile phone/tablet lcd screens, Once a menu test is carried out and the handover process has been carried out, the lcd thereafter holds no warranty as once the customer is out the door, anything can happen.

Genuine Samsung parts go through vigorous testing and its therefore rare for it to be faulty. If a fault occurs, it will be upon installation. Now another scenario could be where you the fitter could have damaged the lcd upon installation. This does happen, damaged the flex or connector whilst fitting, using inappropriate adhesives, using Glue, pressure damage and so forth.

Lets carry out these steps to ensure warranty measures.

1. Firstly, PLEASE KEEP ALL SEALS, PACKAGING AND SO FORTH JUST INCASE A FAULT OCCURS DURING FITMENT. THE PACKAGING SHOULD BE AS GIVEN. NO WRITING ON THE OUTER BOXES OR DAMAGED PACKING WILL BE FIT FOR RETURN. SEALS SHOULD BE PUT BACK ACCORDINGLY

EXAMPLES

1A. KEEP SEALS JUST INCASE – VOID IF SEALS NOT PROVIDED
1C. DO NOT WRITE ON THE BOX –
1D. DO NOT DAMAGE THE BOX/PACKAGING

2. ESD IMPORTANCE
1. ESD mats
2. ESD glove or Bracelet

This excludes static, which could short the lcd screen.

Due to improper Installation, products are punctured by static electricity, causing potential damage to LCD display products. People are the main source of static electricity, so if that person is not grounded, the risk of the damage is very high

When assembling the sensitive electronic components, it is important to check the ESD protection of personnel

A wrap strap is the most effective way to avoid the damage from ESD. The worker is grounded by the wrap strap. At the same time, it is also important to wear ESD clothing before entering the work area.

Special design on the input and output pins of the display is important to prevent the devices from ESD damages. You could design a specific electrostatic circuit to discharge extra electricity by conducting ground. For example, adding transient-voltage-suppression (TVS) diode between VDD and ground or grounding the mental housing of the display

Lcd modules as well as other sensitive parts are stored in anti-static bags
Customers and engineers also need to strictly follow the anti-static operation when installing the display module and do not directly contact the core electronic components of the product without any precaution.

1. Treat all components as static sensitive devices.
2. Never touch-sensitive components without grounding.
3. All instruments and equipment related to the display must be grounded.
4. The ESD protection workbench should maintain the device and ground equipotential.
5. The wristband and shoe cover should be tested every day to ensure that the parameters are met.
6. Static insulation materials cannot be placed freely in the safety zone.

3. Pre-test/Soft fit

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIoZ4TSAQoQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAd9nFbx3Ms

To find the hidden menu, open the dial pad and enter *#0*# — with no spaces, just like you would any phone number. Then wait a moment, and this screen should pop up: Numerous buttons can run tests for vibration, RGB colours, touch-screen sensitivity, speaker output and so on

For tablets: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BauYaZU2yRE
Useful codes for Samsung : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNbkTi8DJDw

You have to carry out a pre test with lcd modules, simply attach the connector of the lcd to the motherboard and power on the phone – type in *#0*# - may be different for certain models. Please complete a full test. This takes around 10/12 mins. (Kindly make sure the battery is above 50%)
This test will determine any faults before a full complete installation.

If you notice a fault upon the soft fit, please put back the part in its original packing along with seals and send the part back to the address stated on the invoice with a copy of the invoice and simply write the fault down.

Scenario 1 :  If you’re in need of the lcd urgently, please make another order and we shall refund you the shipping cost on the one you send back along with a refund.
Scenario 2 : send back the lcd and await the exchange. Your postage cost will be credited to your account.
Scenario 3 : Upon full installation – You have now acknowledged the lcd is fully working for the final install. Important notes:

NO GLUE IS TO BE USED – VOID IF USED
FOLLOW ESD GUIDELINES (no2) – STATIC CAN CAUSE LCD FAILURE
DO NOT APPLY VAST PRESSURE WHILST FITTING
FLEX CONNECTOR – TAKE APPROPRIATE CARE WHILST FITTING, DO NOT OVERBEND
GENUINE ADHESIVES ARE SO IMPORTANT TO USE

We also suggest you take good measures to remove the adhesives properly from the frame for the lcds that’s come without frame, if you haven’t removed it entirely then a problem will occur.
Glue is a huge issue. There are numerous other factors such as pressure damage when installing causing a run of colours, flex damage upon install, Static and so forth as noted above. We have seen technicians cut corners on repairs, which generally take 7/10 mins more to do.

The importance upon full installation - it’s only obvious that if a fault occurs upon full installation, it is down to the fitment. There’s no 2 ways about this as a full menu test was carried out.

If the full installation is carried out and everything is fine, the next step would be to carry out a handover test when the customer/client is instore, if however you are a insurance repairer or online based then its advisable to send a report to you client/customer of a complete test. Once again, if this is the case then its obvious that the customer has done something to the handset if a fault occurs thereafter as the initial test had been carried out and passed.

Lets revert back to the customer storefront scenario: A must action
A handover test will be carried out.
Explain the fragile nature of a lcd
Make the customer sign the declaration form (your form should have details of the guidelines to follow)

Kindly read this carefully – A customer could walk out your door and drop the handset in many ways, which could result in immediate damage to the lcd.
The Damage does not have to be visible in order for it to have suffered internal damage. Other scenarios are water/liquid ingress, misuse and so forth.

Genuine parts undergo a robust/stringent test, the manufacturers will primarily test the lcds and pack them. Many of the manufacturing tests are automated, but humans double-check some aspects like screen quality and call audio that have subjective elements. Humans are still better than robots at some delicate assembly tasks where the amount of pressure applied is critical, Samsung said

 

You have to understand the comprehensive term of a fall to a phone, The angle of the fall could give a adverse internal impact to he phone causing it to play up at a later stage hence its unfit for return

If you the Client/Customer are giving a warranty to your customer – This bears no relevance to us as it’s between you and the customer. Our warranty is only up until the soft-fit as its then been fully tried and tested. We hear of excuse saying oh it’s a lcd failure or the lines are due to the lcd and expect the warranty to be valid however that’s not the case. You have gone through the initial testing of 10 mins, you have done a handover test in front of the customer, the robust test by Samsung, Huawei, sony and xiaomi etc has been carried out even before its placed into the service packs which determines the customer has caused damage to the handset, Which is beyond our control.

Guidelines for out of warranty repairs and problems that occur from a customer:
These problems could happen within such a short space of time even when a customer walks out your door. Any warranty you indicate to your client/customers bears no relevance to us.

MANUFACTURE FAULTS WILL ONLY APPEAR AT THE TIME OF PRE-TEST AND NOT AFTER. THEREFORE WE ADVISE YOU CARRY OUT THE PRE-TEST PROPERLY SO NO LOSSES AMOUNT TO YOU THEREAFTER.

Accidental & Installation Damage (commonly referred to as Customer Induced Damage)?
Accidental Damage is any damage due to an unintentional act that is not the direct result of a manufacturing defect or failure, and is therefore not covered under the standard warranty.
Such damage is most often the result of a drop or an impact to the LCD screen or any other part of the product which may render the device non-functional.

Dark or light spots of various sizes.
Spots are typically due to an external force hitting the screen causing damage to the panels backlight assembly. While the screen did not crack or break, the underlying area was compressed and damaged causing the effect.

Liquid contents could also cause a issue to the lcd screen

Black "splotches" or "Ink spots" of various sizes.
The internal glass has cracked allowing the liquid crystal to pool into areas of the screen.
Internal cracks are typically due to excessive force on the screen. This can be the result of something hitting the screen or phone being dropped.

Cracked, Scratched or Broken glass.
The LCD glass on a Samsung is manufactured to rigorous specifications and standards and will not typically crack or break on its own under normal use. In general, cracked or broken glass is considered as Accidental Damage and is not covered under the basic system warranty.

"My phone/tablet got wet"

Any kind of water, liquid or moisture damage will void your warranty – even if your kit was still working after the exposure occurred.

This is because moisture damage is not always immediate, and can take months to affect your kit. Most devices these days have a moisture indicator inside them that lets the manufacturer check for water damage.
With kit with a removable back cover, you can sometimes see these yourself: they look like small white stickers on and around the battery. If these turn pink, it means your phone has come into contact with moisture – and your warranty is void.

As you know a manufacture fault doesn’t appear after weeks of installation hence at the handover a test is carried out.
once its out the door the its not your responsibility.

The phone doesn’t need to be cracked or have dents to suffer internal damage.

Believe it or not, it isn’t actually all that common to get a warranty failure on a spare part In fact, it’s pretty uncommon really

Claiming that a part has failed inside any warranty period though can be difficult and getting a replacement or refund impractical at best most often, even when it’s not mobile Phone parts, we’ll try to explain why that is the case.
The first thing to keep in mind, however, is that spare parts are not "consumer goods", they are not intended to be diagnosed, ordered or replaced by untrained operatives at all and the definition of "trained" or "competent" is set by the manufacturers, not us and not you so largely as soon as you lift a screwdriver or order a part up, it's all on you to make sure it's correct.

First off, even with a brand spanking new part, other components or problems can cause a new part to fail immediately on or shortly after it is replaced. Many of the times a lcd module/screen occurs blank or has dots due to incorrect fitment, especially after a menu test has been carried out when the lcd clearly shows its working beforehand.

To get a faulty new part is virtually unheard of and the odds of it so remote as most any supplier will discount it unless there have been multiple failures as in general terms, if one’s faulty, they’re all faulty!

For parts that have been fitted for some time, you or we need to be able to prove beyond doubt that the component was faulty and that the failure was not due to some other problem.

This is a strange quirk in spare parts as it isn’t just as simple as buying a toaster or something and it just breaking as a finished product like that is self-contained, it’s in isolation and demonstrating that it no longer works due to some sort of failure is relatively easy compared to a spare part failure.
Spare part failures are very often not failures at all but a problem with the fitting of them or something else being busted causing it to fail.

Almost all spare parts suppliers will need the part back for inspection before they honour any claim at all for the reasons given above.

Just like the toaster we used above, you can’t just contact the company and tell them it’s faulty and to send another one. Normally that will not happen just as it wouldn’t for much of anything else that is claimed to be faulty, the retailer or manufacturer will want to be assured that the goods are faulty and that it is a valid warranty claim before they do much of anything.

To expect either the manufacturer or retailer to just send another without the opportunity to inspect is honestly unreasonable.

Some people (including the repair guys at times) think that they should be able to get a replacement part and send back the old faulty one at zero cost to them and, that’s not how it works in almost all cases.
It doesn’t work like that for the reasons above, it’s really an unreasonable ask.
Of course, all this takes time and, when you’re sat with a busted appliance you need back up and running all this isn’t exactly convenient and everybody gets that. But with easily 95% or more of warranty claims for faulty spare parts not being valid, spare part retailers and manufacturers are unlikely to alter the way they work.

The fastest way to sort it out normally is to order a replacement and pay for it, then send the one you suspect is faulty back for inspection and credit/refund if it proves to be genuinely faulty.

Lcd screens can only be returned if a manufactures fault, i.e. white screen, line, blank and etc (soft –fit) , if however you have damaged or scratched while installing, the part will be void for return.
Part Cracked upon delivery has to be reported within 24hrs. Pictures must be taken immediately and sent to us via email or whatsapp on 07946 555555, is theres any tamper with the delivery box then please do not accept the delivery.if you then decide to accept it,you bear all responsibilities so we suggest you open the box with the courier and check contents. If not then please decline the delivery.

We will ONLY EXCHANGE PARTS and not refund unless you had placed an order for the same part in order to return the faulty one.

If a Part is not required;

1. Please notify us within 24 hrs, if you fall out the 24hrs notification you will be liable for a 15% restock fee minus any lower price changes due to fluctuation of the market.

2. We will examine the returned Goods and will either notify you via e-mail within a reasonable time returned Goods must be in the same condition in which you received them with the original packaging. The Goods must not have been used (such as any labels or seals removed, marks, scratches etc shall invalidate any exchange) and, where applicable, must not have been removed from the Box or Clear packaging

Please note we aren’t a lender of phone parts so please think through the process.

Warehouse operation
Stock order and placement
stamp each lcd screen and check

When placing a order – Staff operation to pick and pack your order all under CCTV presence, printed invoices, scan the product and so forth results into time and effort. As the industry is very competitive we as trade make small margins and therefore saying ‘oh a customer cancelled or didn’t turn up’ we don’t need the part anymore etc. will bear a restock fee due to the admin process. This has to be sent back within 7 days. Please also note we store our lcds in a very protected storage, ESD rooms for handling,.

Thick foam padding all around the storage boxes, therefore your handling and storage could play divedends as staff could drop your lcd and put it back into storage and you ending up blaming us etc.

Damage to the product caused by an improper attempt to repair the product will therefore comes under a not fit for return policy
No glue is to be used, Only genuine adhesived, ESD handling a must. 
*Use only demagnetised tools that are specifically designed for small electronic repairs, as most electronic parts are sensitive to electromagnetic forces.
 

Samsung genuine parts for Screen

  • Screen kit
  • Screw 3428
  • Screw 3427
  • Back glass adhesive tape
  • Front camera adhesive tape
  • Internal metal plate
  • 3rd microphone hole tape
     

*Always use Samsung-authorised genuine parts. Third-party replacement parts may not function properly.
 

Repair tools

  • Heating bag
  • Suction cup
  • Opening picks
  • Screw driver PH0
  • Opening tool

 

*You could use existing demagnetised tools that you own to perform repairs.

When repairing devices, you absolutely must wear equipment for your safety

 

Safety equipment

  • Mask
  • Safety glasses
  • ESD-safe gloves

*ESD: Electrostatic Discharge.

Perform the repair in a ventilated area and watch out for burns and other injuries.

Have your data backed up safely and ensure the device is turned off.

Before beginning any repair, make sure your battery is fully discharged.

Starting off, make sure to remove the SIM tray using SIM ejector pin.

*Disassembling with the SIM tray still inserted may damage the device.

We’re all set! Shall we start disassembling?


2Disassembly

Back glass

Place Heating bag in the microwave and heat it properly following Heating bag's instruction

*Do not let the temperature of the Heating bag exceed 65˚C. It is recommended that you use a thermometer

to properly measure and limit the temperature.

*Make sure the microwave turntable spins freely so that Heating bag does not get stuck.

*When handling a heated Heating bag, always wear safety gloves and be careful of burns.

Never place a phone or tablet device directly into the microwave to heat it.

To disassemble Back glass, follow 3 steps on all 4 edges of the back of the device.

*Sequence shortened. Actual steps may vary.

    Step. 1 Apply Heating bag on the left edge of Back glass.

    Step. 2 Attach Suction cup to the heated edge.

*Recommended safety equipment: safety glasses, ESD-safe gloves, mask.

    Step. 3 Use Opening pick to create a gap between Back glass and Screen module.

*In order not to damage the product when removing Back glass, insert only the tip of Opening pick and never insert it all the way in.

*When dealing with broken glass, fully equip yourself with protective gear including safety glasses, ESD-safe gloves, and mask to prevent injuries.

Repeat the 3 steps for the top, right, and bottom edges respectively.

Gently lift to remove Back glass using Suction cup.

Remove Internal metal plate & Back glass adhesive tape using ESD-safe tweezers.

Internal metal plate / Back glass adhesive tape

*When assembling, use a new adhesive and metal plate.

Once the Back glass adhesive tape is removed, the Camera deco part gets separated by itself.

Camera deco.

Back glass for S21 Series.

*In the case of the Samsung Galaxy S21, Camera deco will not come off even after the adhesive is softened and removed.

Remove two 3rd microphone hole tapes from Camera deco and the device using ESD-safe tweezers.

3rd microphone hole tape.

 

Wireless charging module

Check the points where the connectors are connected.

NFC connector / UWB connector

*The locations of ports and connectors vary by device.

Disconnect each of them using Opening tool.

NFC connector / UWB connector

Check the 9 points where the Screws are located.

*The locations of ports and connectors vary by device.

Remove all Screws using a Screw driver PH0.

Screw 3427

*Use only high-quality screwdrivers when servicing products. Low-quality screwdrivers can easily damage the heads of screws.

*When assembling, use new screws.

and remove Wireless charging module using Round tip metal tweezers.

Wireless charging module.

 

Charging port

Now check the points where the connectors are connected.

*The locations of ports and connectors vary by device.

Disconnect connectors from the Main board using Opening tool.

Separate the Antenna cable.

Antenna cable.

Separate the Main cable.

Main cable.

Main cable / Antenna cable

Check the 3 points where the Screws are located.

*The locations of ports and connectors vary by device.

Remove all Screws using Screw driver PH0.

*Use only high-quality screwdrivers when servicing products. Low-quality screwdrivers can easily damage the heads of screws.

*When assembling, use new screws.

Screw 3428

and lift Charging port away from assembly using tweezers.

Charging port for s21 series.

S21 / S21+ / S21 Ultra

*Always use Samsung-authorised genuine parts. Third-party replacement parts may not function properly.

 

Top piece

Check the points where the connectors are connected.

*The locations of ports and connectors vary by device.

Disconnect connectors from the Main board using Opening tool.

Check the 4 points where the Screws are located.

*The locations of ports and connectors vary by device.

Remove all Screws using a Screw driver PH0.

Screw 3427

Be careful not to put your fingertips or foreign objects on the rear camera.

Remove Top piece of rear assembly using Round tip metal tweezers.

Top piece.

 

Main board

Check the points where the Screw and connector are connected

*The locations of ports and connectors vary by device.

Disconnect Front camera connector from Main board and remove a Screw

 

Main board

Lift Main board away from the front assembly

*The Main board can only be replaced at a Samsung authorised repair store. Please contact Samsung for additional support.

Main board

 

 

Front camera

Check where the Front camera module is located.

Apply Heating bag on the back of Front camera module after heating it correctly.

*Follow the instructions for the Heating bag in order to avoid damaging the device through excessive heat.

*Do not place the device directly into a microwave.

Remove resin bonding between the Front camera and the Screen module using a SIM ejector pin.

Resin.

Lift up and remove the Front camera.

Front camera

You’re now set to replace the Screen! 

3Samsung genuine parts

Samsung genuine part – Screen

  • Screen kit
  • Screw 3428
  • Screw 3427
  • Back glass adhesive tape
  • Front camera adhesive tape
  • Internal metal plate
  • 3rd microphone hole tape
     

*Always use Samsung-authorised genuine parts. Third-party replacement parts may not function properly.

4Reassembly

Front camera

Remove sponge using Round tip metal tweezers.

Sponge.

Front camera adhesive tape.

Attach new Front camera adhesive tape using Round tip metal tweezers.

Do not let the adhesive come into contact with dust or contaminants.

Insert Front camera.

and ensure the Front camera is aligned correctly against the camera hole on the screen.

*Make sure the Front camera hole is free of contaminants including adhesive tape residues before reassembling.

 

Main board

Check the Main board’s location.

*The locations of ports and connectors vary by device.

Assemble the Main board.

Main board

*Be careful not to touch the lens during this process.

Connect the Front camera cable.

Check the screw’s location and fasten it.

Screw 3427

*The locations of ports and connectors vary by device.

 

Top piece

Check the 4 points where the Screws are located.

*The locations of ports and connectors vary by device.

Attach the Top piece and fasten the Screws.

Screw 3427

Check the points where the cables are connected.

*The locations of ports and connectors vary by device.

Connect the connectors.

 

Charging port

Assemble the Charging port.

*The locations of ports and connectors vary by device.

Charging port

and fasten 3 screws.

Screw 3428

Check the points where the cables are connected.

*The locations of ports and connectors vary by device.

Connect the Main cable.

Main cable.

Connect the Antenna cable.

Antenna cable.

Now check the points where the connectors are connected.

*The locations of ports and connectors vary by device.

Connect all connectors.

Press down on it in its position until you hear a locking sound.

 

Wireless charging module

Put the Wireless charging module back to its original position.

Press down the upper part of Wireless charging module.

Check the 9 points where the Screws are located.

*The locations of ports and connectors vary by device.

Fasten screws.

Screw 3427

Connect the NFC and UWB connectors.

Press down on it in its position until you hear a locking sound.

 

Back glass

Attach the Camera deco so that it fits the form.

Make sure there is no space between Back glass and Camera deco.

Back glass adhesive tape.

Attach new Back glass adhesive tape.

Internal metal plate.

Attach new Internal metal plate.

3rd microphone hole tape.

Attach new 3rd microphone hole tape.

Remove all of the release films.

Gently press down all edges so that Back glass is tightly clasped.

*IPXX performance cannot be guaranteed when it is repaired by user or non-skilled person.

Another way to prolong the life of your devices.

Lets all please understand business ethics on a spare part and its fitment.

Address to send the Goods back to is:

Gultek limited
77/89 River road
Unit 13 trafalgar business Centre
Barking
Essex
IG11 0JU