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Güncel sürümün sahibi: Andrew W. ,

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It is possible to separate them (with a ton of work) as this member showed in his guide: [guide|46465]
 
Its a pretty well made guide and he gets a really clean separation, but it takes a ton of work to do it and some specialized tools.
 
He still hasn't finished it or reapplied the digitizer. I don't think he has the part yet but I think the biggest issue with replacing just the glass is going to be reapplying the super thick clear adhesive between the LCD and Digitizer. If you can find a way to get your hands on whatever that adhesive is, you could probably do it.
 
I've been experimenting on some watches to find an easier way to separate the two that would actually be easily doable byfor the average peopleperson, but mostly I've just been ending up with broken Apple Watches.
I've been experimenting on some watches to find an easier way to separate the two that would actually be easily doable byfor the average peopleperson, but mostly I've just been ending up with broken Apple Watches.

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Düzenleyen: Andrew W. ,

Metin:

It is possible to separate them (with a ton of work) as this member showed in his guide: [guide|46465]
 
Its a pretty well made guide and he gets a really clean separation, but it takes a ton of work to do it and some specialized tools.
 
However, heHe still hasn't finished it or reapplied the digitizer. I don't think he has the part yet but I think the biggest issue with replacing just the glass is going to be reapplying the super thick clear adhesive between the LCD and Digitizer. If you can find a way to get your hands on whatever that adhesive is, you could probably do it.
However, heHe still hasn't finished it or reapplied the digitizer. I don't think he has the part yet but I think the biggest issue with replacing just the glass is going to be reapplying the super thick clear adhesive between the LCD and Digitizer. If you can find a way to get your hands on whatever that adhesive is, you could probably do it.
 
I've been experimenting on some watches to find an easier way to separate the two that would actually be easily doable by average people, but mostly I've just been ending up with broken Apple Watches.

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Düzenleyen: Andrew W. ,

Metin:

It is possible to separate them (with a ton of work) as this member showed in his guide: [guide|46465]
 
TheIts a pretty well made guide is really good and he gets a really clean separation, but it takes a ton of work to do it and some specialized tools.
TheIts a pretty well made guide is really good and he gets a really clean separation, but it takes a ton of work to do it and some specialized tools.
 
However, he still hasn't finished it or reapplied the digitizer. I don't think he has the part yet but I think the biggest issue with replacing just the glass is going to be reapplying the super thick clear adhesive between the LCD and Digitizer. If you can find a way to get your hands on whatever that adhesive is, you could probably do it.
 
I've been experimenting on some watches to find an easier way to separate the two that would actually be easily doable by average people, but mostly I've just been ending up with broken Apple Watches.

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Andrew W. ,

Metin:

It is possible to separate them (with a ton of work) as this member showed in his guide: [guide|46465]

The guide is really good and he gets a really clean separation, but it takes a ton of work to do it and some specialized tools.

However, he still hasn't finished it or reapplied the digitizer. I don't think he has the part yet but I think the biggest issue with replacing just the glass is going to be reapplying the super thick clear adhesive between the LCD and Digitizer. If you can find a way to get your hands on whatever that adhesive is, you could probably do it.

I've been experimenting on some watches to find an easier way to separate the two that would actually be easily doable by average people, but mostly I've just been ending up with broken Apple Watches.

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