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[* black] Sadly, the Streak's LCD is permanently adhered to the front panel glass. However, that LCD/glass subassembly is held in the front panel with very strong 3M adhesive,5 metal C clips, these can be easily removed by sliding them out with a small screwdriver or tweezers. in the picture to the left you can see the 3 that are along the top, one in bottom left corner of the lcd assembly and couldone in the bottom middle. these clips have a long side and a short side the short side holds the lcd and the long side is what you can see in the picture. these need to be removed with enough careful pryingbefore inserting a new screen.
[* black] Sadly, the Streak's LCD is permanently adhered to the front panel glass. However, that LCD/glass subassembly is held in the front panel with very strong 3M adhesive,5 metal C clips, these can be easily removed by sliding them out with a small screwdriver or tweezers. in the picture to the left you can see the 3 that are along the top, one in bottom left corner of the lcd assembly and couldone in the bottom middle. these clips have a long side and a short side the short side holds the lcd and the long side is what you can see in the picture. these need to be removed with enough careful pryingbefore inserting a new screen.
[* icon_note] The LCD is bonded to the front panel glass to increase the strength of the device and sensitivity of the capacitive touch panel.
[* black] The inner face of the front panel assembly isn't all that exciting. The ear speaker and vibrator motor can be seen near its top edge.
[* black] The touchscreen ribbon cable houses:
[* red] Pixcir's [link|http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20100111PD216.html|controversial] Tango S32 Touchscreen controller
[* orange] Atmel's ATmega168P 8-bit AVR microcontroller

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