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How to fix a broken Samsung Galaxy S7 screen?

Hello all,
I am there for help. I have bought my Samsung Galaxy S7 about one year, but I have broken the screen carelessness last week, i have bought a screen from Amazon and want to replace it by myself, is there any guide help me do it? I just found a guide from here blog.rewatechnology.com/s7-edge-glass-only-repair-guide-and-repair-training/ , but I found it is too difficult any other easy ways? Thanks so much.

Post was last edited on June 6, 2018 3:42 AM PDT

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Re: replace screen

Anything I could write about the subject wouldn't fit in this answer, so your options are:
- find other video's or tutorials or instructions (youtube is your friend for video's)
- find a repair shop to do it (they might not prefer to use the screen you bought yourself_

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Our CNET Cheapskate wrote about his DIY repair.
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It would be better to get it done by some experts

I will not take the risk of fixing a broken screen by myself. People do it by themselves but don't you think so that it is risky. Once my one plus 3T screen was broken and i preferred to sell my phone.

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