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If you are looking to fix your Smartphone or tablet this is the place to find both the tools and parts necessary. Digitizers, Screen Replacements, Battery Doors, Pry tool Kits, Trackpads, Product Housing and more. Utilize the sidebar navigation to find the parts for you specific Cellphone or Tablet model.

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  1. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 LCD Flex Cable (Thumb)

    Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 LCD Flex Cable

    Regular Price: $29.99

    $29.99 $8.95

    The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 LCD Flex Cable Features:

    • OEM Samsung LCD Flex Cable
    • High quality replacement part
    • Compatible with Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 GT-P5100, GT-P5110 & GT-P5113 models
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  2. Huawei Prism Battery Door (Thumb)

    Huawei Prism Battery Door

    Regular Price: $19.99

    As low as: $2.95

    The Huawei Prism Door is an essential part of keeping your T-Mobile Huawei Prism intact at all times. Keep your Prism safe and clean from battery and camera damage with the Huawei Prism Door. Made of a sturdy plastic in a beautiful gray metallic finish, this battery door keeps your battery from being exposed to the elements while simultaneously protecting your rear-facing camera and speaker. Stock up in case of emergencies!

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  3. Asus VivoTab TF810 Touchscreen Digitizer - Black (Thumb)

    Asus VivoTab TF810 Touchscreen Digitizer - Black

    Regular Price: $99.99

    $99.99 $44.95

    Is there a scratch on your Asus VivoTab touch screen? Do you find the touch functionality to be slow or unresponsive? Use this original OEM Asus VivoTab TF810 Digitizer to replace your broken or scratched VivoTab RT TF810 touch screen. It will make your Asus VivoTab TF810 look and operate as if it were brand new.

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  4. Nokia 5130 XpressMusic Battery Door - Burgundy (Main View)

    Nokia 5130 XpressMusic Battery Door - Burgundy

    Regular Price: $19.95

    $19.95 $2.95

    This original Nokia 5130 XpressMusic Battery Door / Back Door is the only OEM replacement or spare for your Nokia 5130 XpressMusic cellular device. Made from high quality and durable material, the Nokia 5130 XpressMusic Battery Door is your best choice to ensure that your Nokia 5130 XpressMusic battery door / back cover stays right where you want it, keeping your battery secure and protected at all times.

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  5. Apple iPad Mini Digitizer and LCD Assembly (Thumb)

    Apple iPad Mini Replacement LCD Display w/ Pry Tools + Screwdriver

    Regular Price: $99.99

    $99.99 $54.95

    Did your pet knock your iPad Mini off the countertop and shatter the screen? Did you leave your iPad Mini on the ground for just a second, only long enough to forget about it and step on the display? Take a deep breath; thankfully, you won't need to replace the entire device! With our Apple iPad Replacement LCD Display, you can save your beloved new tablet affordably and quickly. Now you can get back to watching those YouTube kitten videos (just watch where you put your iPad Mini down next time)! This LCD comes with two pry tools and a Phillips-head screwdriver.

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  6. Toshiba Thrive LCD Assembly (Thumb)

    Toshiba Thrive LCD Assembly

    Regular Price: $89.99

    $89.99 $64.95

    You waited SO long for your Toshiba Thrive to arrive! In your excitement, you could be forgiven for accidentally dropping it, but now the touchscreen is broken! Whether your LCD is blotchy or glitchy or the touch functionality has become slow or unresponsive, sometimes you need to replace some major parts. Use this original OEM Toshiba Thrive LCD Assembly to fix your broken or malfunctioning touch screen. It will make your tablet look and operate as if it were brand new!

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  7. Motorola W490 Battery Door - Green (Thumb)

    Motorola W490 Battery Door - Green

    Regular Price: $19.99

    $19.99 $2.95

    This original OEM Motorola W490 Battery Door / Back Door is the only OEM replacement or spare for your W490 cellular device. Made from high quality and durable material, the Motorola W490 Battery Door is your best choice to ensure that your Motorola W490 battery door / back cover stays right where you want it, keeping your battery secure and protected at all times.

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  8. Motorola Charm Battery Door - Bronze (Main View)

    Motorola Charm Battery Door - Bronze

    Regular Price: $19.95

    $19.95 $3.45

    This original OEM Motorola Charm Battery Door / Back Door is the only OEM replacement or spare for your Charm cellular device. Made from high quality and durable material, the Motorola ATRIX 4G Battery Door is your best choice to ensure that your Motorola Charm (MB202) battery door / back cover stays right where you want it, keeping your battery secure and protected at all times.

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  9. HTC Flyer Tablet P512 Digitizer (Thumb)

    HTC Flyer Tablet P512 Digitizer

    Regular Price: $69.99

    $69.99 $39.95

    Have you accidentally damaged the touchscreen digitizer on your HTC Flyer? Worried that you don't have the funds to replace your entire tablet? Why spend the next year attempting to make a shattered touchscreen work when you can just get your hands a little dirty and do it yourself? With the HTC Flyer Tablet P512 Digitizer, you can restore full functionality to your tablet for a fraction of the cost, and feel good about yourself for your ingenuity to boot. 

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  10. ASUS Transformer Prime TF201 Power & Volume Control Board (Thumb)

    ASUS Transformer Prime TF201 Power & Volume Control Board

    Regular Price: $49.99

    $49.99 $9.95

    Key Features:

    • OEM ASUS Transformer Prime TF201 Power & Volume Control Board
    • Replace broken or faulty power and volume buttons
    • High quality replacement part
    • Compatible with ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201 Tablet
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Today’s mobile devices are sleek, sophisticated, and all-capable. What they often aren’t, however, is durable. Whether or not you’ve invested in a protective case, smartphones and tablets are ultimately little more than delicate screens powered by fragile, intricate chips and processors. All it takes is a bad fall or a spilled drink to render an essential device little more than an expensive paperweight. Moreover, few warranties cover damage sustained in personal accidents, so if your phone needs replacing, the whole burden of an out-of-contract replacement may fall on you and you alone.

Don’t despair just yet. Many of the most common damages sustained by mobile devices can be repaired at home at a fraction of the cost of replacement or factory repair. Broken screen? A new digitizer (a fancy term for touchscreen) can be installed with a little patience and care. Cracked battery door? Simply slip a new one into place. Chipped or scratched housing? Undo a few screws and swap out the offending shell.

Depending on your device, these repairs can range from a quick swap out to a relatively time-intensive deconstruction, but none of them are out of the reach of anyone with a little ambition, particularly if cost is a big motivator. If you’re afraid the work might be too complicated, consider purchasing the part yourself and bringing it to a technician; the repair cost will still likely dwarf that of any work done at the OEM factory.

Today’s mobile devices are sleek, sophisticated, and all-capable. What they often aren’t, however, is durable. Whether or not you’ve invested in a protective case, smartphones and tablets are ultimately little more than delicate screens powered by fragile, intricate chips and processors. All it takes is a bad fall or a spilled drink to render an essential device little more than an expensive paperweight. Moreover, few warranties cover damage sustained in personal accidents, so if your phone needs replacing, the whole burden of an out-of-contract replacement may fall on you and you alone.

Don’t despair just yet. Many of the most common damages sustained by mobile devices can be repaired at home at a fraction of the cost of replacement or factory repair. Depending on your device, these repairs can range from a quick swap out to a relatively time-intensive deconstruction, but none of them are out of the reach of anyone with a little ambition, particularly if cost is a big motivator. If you’re afraid the work might be too complicated, consider purchasing the part yourself and bringing it to a technician; the repair cost will still likely dwarf that of any work done at the OEM factory.

Some of the most common do-it-yourself replacements are listed below:

  • Cracked or Broken Digitizer: The digitizer (also known as the touchscreen or glass lens) is the medium through which we communicate with our touchscreen devices. Broadly speaking, digitizers work by converting analog signals to digital ones; touch screen digitizers recognize changes in their surface conditions, which, depending on the device, can include changes in light, pressure, or electrical current. If you're out of warranty and you've damaged your digitizer, you're one cost-effective option is to purchase a replacement. Replacement digitizers are affordable and can, for the ambitious, be installed at home, or taken to a professional. While a professional installation won't necessarily be cheap, it'll likely be significantly lower than what your device's manufacturer would charge for an out of warranty replacement.

  • Damaged Housing: This one is pretty self-explanatory. Many of today’s most sought-after devices emphasize elegance and beauty. There are two downsides to this otherwise happy development: 1) That beauty often makes us want to show our phones off, and, in turn, skip out on protective cases. 2) The materials chosen for outer construction are, increasingly, highly susceptible to wear and tear. It may seem likely the only solution would be to simply replace your phone altogether, but thankfully that’s not the case. Replacement housings are often simple to install, provided you have the appropriate tools (which themselves often included with the replacement part). Depending on the device, replacement may be as simple as removing a few screws, or it may entail some vigorous prying. Either way, it beats shelling out for a new phone.

  • Damaged or Lost Battery Doors: The battery door is a simple but essential component of most cell phones. Its function is straightforward: protect the battery from the elements while nonetheless allowing for easy removal and replacement. Because battery doors are removable, however, and because they cover much of the back of a phone, they can be particularly susceptible to damage and loss. Replacement is almost always incredibly simple: simply purchase a new door for your phone, and slide it into place.

 

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