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Can I still reuse a Galaxy S3 core display with light cracks?

I was trying to change the frame of my old Galaxy S3 i9300 with a newer one. While trying to separate the core LCD screen (not the front, plastic one) from the frame with a flat-headed screwdriver it suddenly had small cracks. I had tried using a transparent film to separate the two pieces, but with no much avail.

The photo clearly show these cracks. My questions are:

  1. Is it still possible to remove it and place it in the new frame while keeping the cracks little visible?
  2. If not, am I better to sell the working components (e.g. camera, vibrator module, keys, frame, ...) online? Where can I get a map of the components so that I can know them?

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@acsor does not look like a keeper. I'd suggest that you replace it. As for selling it for parts, sorry but I do not think there is any money to be made. Check the teardown Samsung Galaxy S III Teardown as well as the guides so you can identify the components.

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I'm sorry, by "keeper" you mean the username starting by @, @acsor in my case?

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I'm sorry. What I meant was that the "the core LCD screen" is not a keeper. Meaning you will have to replace it instead of keeping it.

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Thanks for the reply. What does screen keeper specifically refer to in this context? A kind of physical support, perhaps? I did a brief research without being able to know. (I assume you are using a somewhat technical jargon.) Or perhaps you just meant "something which isn't intended to be kept" :-).

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@acsor sorry I meant "something which isn't intended to be kept"

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Oscar さん、ありがとうございました!
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