Glass Digitizer Screen Full Kit (10 pieces) Repair your Cracked glass. This item is ONLY for the Digitizer. The LCD is NOT included.
How to tell if you need an LCD or a Digitizer?
If your screen is cracked, and the picture is okay, you need this item.
If your picture is black or has spots, you need an lcd as well
Fits 3G 8gb & 16gb
Will NOT work with 3GS or 2G
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Posted by Unknown on 19th Aug 2012
What I was expecting. Great video guide and kit was complete. It fits perfect and the phone looks like new.
Posted by omz on 18th Jun 2012
I got the perfect fit for my iphone 3g digitalizer replacement and fixed it myself. Works great..
Got a right one. I also got screen protector
Posted by Unknown on 19th May 2012
I ordered this product from "Zeetron" at amazon.com (wasn't aware of the site) and bought this kit for $20. I have to be honest, anytime I see something that should be expensive, this cheap, I worry about making a purchase (seems too good to be true).
Well it came in the mail today, I watched "Zeetron" and "DigiFix" tutorials on replacing the glass/digitizer and gave it a try. Everything was as showed/described and it took less than half an hour. Amazingly, the product works perfectly and the touchscreen is as accurate and responsive as ever.
Overall I am extremely satisfied with the quality and price of this product. I will definitely make future purchases from here in the future for my phone. Thank You sooo much Zeetron! you saved my 4$$ and my wallet! :D
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Feb 2011
This product works wonderfully.
There are 2 things the very helpful 3G video does not mention:
1) When removing the glass from the frame, be careful not to damage or pry off the black gasket/rubber seal that surrounds the glass.
2) The video does not mention or show the removal of the 3rd clear protective skin that covers the back of the glass that faces the LCD.
The flathead screwdriver I received was magnetic, but the phillips head one was not.
But the product does work well!!
Posted by J THRASHER on 30th Dec 2010
I JUST BROKE MY IPHONE THE DAY AFTER CHRISTMAS I WAS SO DISSAPOINTED I CALLED AT&T TO SEE WHAT I COULD DO THEY INFORMED ME THAT THERE WAS THREE THINGS I COULD DO I COULD SEND IT TO APPLE CARE FOR 199 THEY COULD REPLACE IT FOR 299 AND THEY COULD UPGRADE IT FOR 399 NONE OF THESE WERE GOING TO HAPPEN BECAUSE OF THE AMOUNT OF MONEY THEY WANTED SO I STARTED TO SURF THE WEB UNTIL I FOUND ZEETRON THEY HAVE EVERYTHING YOULL NEED TO FIX ALMOST ANY PROBLEM
YOU HAVE WITH YOUR IPHONE YOULL NEED TO BE GOOD WITH YOUR HANDS TO COMPLETE THE JOB BUT IF YOU FOLLOW THE DERECTIONS AND DONT RUSH IT WILL COME OUT PERFECT I CANT TELL MY IPHONE WAS EVER BROKE IT WORKS PERFECT JUST AS GOOD AS THE ORIGNAL APPLE SCREEN THANK YOU GUYS SO MUCH YOU SAVED ME TONS OF MONEY AND STRESS SHIPPING WAS ALSO GREAT SHIPPED WITHIN HOURS AND GOT TO MY HOUSE VERY QUICK AND NEATLY PACKAGED THANKS AGIAN I WILL BE TELLING EVERYONE I KNOW
Posted by Jake Green on 8th Nov 2010
I was a little hesitant to fix my iphone 3g on my own, but I braved it because I couldn't bare the thought of giving Apple all that money to do what seems like an easy fix from the video. I received the product withing a week of ordering it and followed the instructional video very carefully. I did watch it a few times before I tried myself, just to get the idea, and also youtubed a couple others for comparison. I built up some courage and began the process. It was as easy as the video seems. Except for separating the glass from the frame, that part takes a little finesse, I did use a hair drier (I applied heat for about 45 sec) and it took me a couple of tries but I did get it and it popped of pretty easily once I did. I highly recommend this product. The only complaint I have (and I have seen people complain about this before) is the screw driver does not fit the screws well. I had to find another small screwdriver to use. But it was no biggie, I found an eyeglass repair kit screwdriver and that worked fine. Everything else was useful, including the suction cup. It was relatively easy but it did take me about 2 hours from beginning to end. Good luck
Posted by Sunjay Jain on 4th Nov 2010
When I broke my screen the first thing i thought of was $$$$$$ and i would have to send my phone away for weeks to get it fixed. So glad zeetron.com came up when a did my google search. For less than $30 bucks including shipping and about 10 min replacing the screen and not having to worry about finding the right tools, my phone looks like new again. The instructional video was excellent a great guide so you don't screw up. I'm not the type of person to write reviews but i had to in this instance, keep up the good work guys.
Posted by Kirk Ferenz on 20th Sep 2010
The actual product, once installed, works fine and is definitely better than a cracked screen. However, I ran into a few headaches during my 65 minute installation: 1) The suction cup did not work and a cracked screen at all. I had to improvise with double stick tape and worked great. 2) The screw driver might fit a 2 year old and strips the screws. I used a #0 phillips head with ease. 3) The heat gun idea is not as shown on the video. You'll need needle nose and patience to separate the frame. Also, a razor is nice for chipping at the broken glass.
Conculsion: The install isn't fun or hard, but it will probably give you a headache with the tools provided (over half going unused).
FYI- I wished I had replaced my "home" button during my screen switch, otherwise you'll have to take the screen off again if you want to do it later...
Posted by Sheri on 7th Sep 2010
I was nervous about trying to replace my cracked screen by myself. I'm not the type to take things apart. But staring at $200 to replace OR repair my iphone through Apple I thought I'd give it a try. I watched the video several times, pausing it along the way and managed to get the new screen in! The only problems I had was getting the screws out with their screwdriver. It seemed a bit too big so I used a small screwdriver I had in my house. The other problem I had was connecting the wires back. It took some time but I finally got all 3 connected at the same time. Whew! Overall, I would highly recommend this kit. Apple is screwing everybody when they make you pay the same to repair as to replace an iphone.
Posted by Phil on 27th Aug 2010
The magnetic screwdriver is not sharp enough to work easily. . .the mag property helps. The video does not describe the white lock/release mechanism for the #3 connector(j-2) which is reconnected first. Not moving this white tab to a 45 degree angle makes it nearly impossible to insert the ribbon connector. Otherwise, everything ok. I recommend that users look at several other YouTube videos to get more complete instructions.
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