Android Phone Motherboards
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Galaxy S4 (Verizon) Motherboard
Replace a broken or damaged motherboard for your Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone with this part. This is a used, OEM part.
Galaxy S III Motherboard (MetroPCS)
Replace the motherboard for the MetroPCS (SCH-R530M) Samsung Galaxy S III. Swap that broken or fried board with this fully tested and guaranteed replacement part. 16 GB a...
LG G2 Motherboard (AT&T)
Main circuit board assembly
Google Pixel XL G-2PW2100 Motherboard
Replace the main circuit board assembly in a Google Pixel XL smartphone for the U.S. market.
Galaxy S4 Motherboard (Sprint)
Replace the main circuit board assembly for the Sprint model Galaxy S IV (SPH-L720).
Galaxy S6 Motherboard (T-Mobile)
This part is the motherboard for the T-Mobile variant of the Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone.
Galaxy S5 (Verizon) Motherboard
Replace a damaged or malfunctioning motherboard in a Verizon model G900V Samsung Galaxy S5 and fix a bricked phone.
Galaxy Note5 Motherboard (N920A AT&T)
Replace the main circuit board assembly for the AT&T model Samsung Galaxy Note5.
Galaxy S III Motherboard (Sprint)
Replace the motherboard for the Sprint model (L710) Samsung Galaxy S III. Swap a broken or fried board with this fully tested and guaranteed replacement part. 16 GB and 3...
LG G2 Motherboard (T-Mobile)
This part is the motherboard for the LG G2 smartphone.
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