About Nexus Replacement Screen
The Nexus line from Google covers a range of mobile devices running on the Android Operating System.
Whichever device you have, there?s always the risk that, at some point, you may drop the phone or tablet and the screen could be shattered beyond repair. Even a scratch which doesn?t shatter your Nexus screen immediately may, unfortunately, do so eventually if the device is subject to a number of stresses later, however small these may be.
But damaging your Nexus screen doesn?t have to mean buying a new tablet or mobile. Purchasing a replacement screen instead is a much cheaper option.
You could then have the screen replaced professionally or do it yourself for nothing, and you may be surprised that this is a relatively simple process. Each device is basically made up of a number of layers, and each one will have to be taken apart with care so the glass display can be replaced.
There are guides to how to do this online, and you will need tools including Torx drivers, tweezers, two small-sized levels with sharp, narrow edges and a guitar plectrum. These things can be bought cheaply, and, in some cases, replacement screens may be sent with the tools; otherwise they can be bought separately.
With the Nexus line comprising a range of models, it is essential that you make the time to ensure that the product you buy is the right one for your device.
Finally, some models may have to be sent back to the manufacturer, so do your research first.