Samsung Galaxy J727 Perx Display Replacement. - Galaxy User Guide

So, let us see if we can get this screen off in one piece. Keep in mind that you do have a few cables behind your menu and back button. So you don't want to get too far under the screen and if you are trying to remove the screen in one piece and intend to reinstall it later on, there's also the cable that goes up at the top behind the display. I am going to move the camera temporarily so that you don't have to sit and watch this whole process. So if your screens already broken and you are not worried about the glass or the display behind it, you don't have to be nearly as careful as I was to watch out for those two cables behind your keys right next to the home button at the bottom.

People will often ask, what can I use a hairdryer instead if I don't have a heat gun and while most of the time I'll say Yeah, it's just gonna. It takes a lot longer to get the screen off and if you tried to jump in one piece I would say Good luck. If you really want to consider investing in a heat gun, one of the main advantages of this hot plate suction machine is that it does pretty well grab a hold of the front of the screen. If you see a small piece of string coming out along the edge of the display, you can easily grab a hold of them and sort of pull them away from the phone and a lot of times you'll be able to get rid of one huge chunk at a time. Remember, if you damaged the cable or connector, you will probably have problems with either of them.

You know again if your screens are broken but not too worried about the flexible cable itself, but if it is not, we don't want to damage it and we don't want to damage the connector. That's on the board where the display plugs here, the little plastic piece about which I was talking. I would recommend that you plug in your new screen and confirm that it is working, that everything lights up properly and that the touchscreen is functional. Once you install this it is very risky to pull it off again, if you have to return it for any reason, so I always do what I call a dry run, just plug in with no adhesive put the battery on and make sure that everything is working correct from here.

We want to remove all of the old adhesive from the mid frame and reinstall the same display if you are. Of course you want to clean up the surface of glass that sticks to the frame, as you reinstall this stuff, you can normally roll it with your fingers, there's actually a black layer of tape underneath the adhesive and if you are able to get a hold of this, you can usually get a pretty large strip. Something strange happened here: I ordered a precut adhesive for a J 7:27 and apparently they sent the wrong one to me. So, as you can see, the spot for front camera does not now line up properly. It's just that one small area that wasn't matching up, so I had to make an adjustment which you'll see soon here.

But what we want to do is to peel off this plastic so we can lay it down, hopefully in the middle frame. Sometimes these things want to come backwards, so the sticky side is facing the glass and to me that makes it very difficult to work with. But if you have to, you just want to take a really close look at these layers of plastic and make sure you are going in the right direction, so that you can lay it on the midframe and be very careful with the alignment. Just in case you make a mistake with one of them, I've just got the plastic peeled back. I didn't take it off completely, because once you do that, there isn't really anything to keep it in shape. Therefore I'm starting at the top end of the line.

Here work my way down the sides, the bottom on and then I'll go ahead and make an adjustment to the upper area where the cameras are obscured at the moment, after you have the adhesive on the screen before you peel off the outer layer I'd recommend that you plug the display in and replace the plastic cap that goes over the connector and then I'm going to make a small cut once I start to peel up the adhesive. That way I can sort of go around the phone and not worry about the display. However, you also want to make sure during this point that you do not allow the display to touch the frame once you start peeling off this, because obviously it's gonna stick and then if you don't have it aligned properly that's going to be a problem.

You can see that here I'm just going to lift it up and take something like a small pair of scissors. If you have precision tweezers these work, great, not tweezers, scissors, hello, and then we will just go ahead and peel this off all the way around. I'm keeping the display away from the frame at this point and take your time to make sure it doesn't get snagged on the home button or anything like that at the bottom and then I'll start here at the top to make sure everything works correctly and again work. My way down towards the bottom end, once everything is in position and pressed on they do recommend that you use some heat in order to cure the adhesive.

So I'm just going to go over this again, getting it up in the 110 - 115 Fahrenheit range, and then if you have the option it's not a bad idea to kind of keep some pressure on the upper and lower end so that can seal up. You know maybe a few pounds right on the back and that will probably help it to stay in position as it cures. If you found the video helpful like it please check out my channel for more tutorials and product reviews and most importantly, remember to hit the subscribe button Feel free to post your feedback in the comments section and thanks for watching [Music] for you..

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