FarFed: Your video is gold my dear friend. Thanks for sharing.
michael kenney: It is video is a big help and save me a lot of money but I'm curious do you have any links to help me take apart a kyocera torque through sprint?
JJTOP SMILE: what size screw was that
chevy37442: didn't even say one word about how to replacing the screen that's 10 minutes of my life I can't get back thanks Jerry...
GetSomeDude: Dude why are you covering the Samsung sticker under the battery, are you some type of psycho or something because there is no special government top secret stuff on that sticker man, freaking weirdos are all over the place these days.
Er Irfan: Now i can replace my motherboard..Thanks for this video.
Samara Brade: Is there anyway of doing this without loosing all your pictures on your phone?
JerryRigEverything: I just searched Amazon, and etradesupply again, and both only had screens for above 220. You can always TRY separating the Glass from the LED with a heatgun and a pry tool... (there are a few videos on youtube that show how to do that.) But the success rate is pretty low.
idavidshuman: can you buy the cheaper lcd 220 seems outrageous
JerryRigEverything: Nice! Glad I could be of assistance.
jessplayen: Thanks again for this video. I just performed this on my wife's phone. I was done in about 25 mins and everything worked. Thanks
ibrooksie: HAhahahah he did show you, you bafoon.
Aliaz Unknon: Jerry Rig it
Gerry is my name. Need my data and pictures. Thanks
NoobMendigo: your video is very useful but title induce for a replace glass. i think the correct title is "disassemble note 2". But this is your video and is your title.
JerryRigEverything: You need to understand that the glass part (digitizer) is GLUED to the LCD. So when you buy the replacement screen, it will be the glass AND the LCD. Exactly what i showed in this video. The title is correct.
NoobMendigo: you dont replace the screen TITLE FAKE
Julio Taylor: worked like a charm THANKS ALOT!!!!
JerryRigEverything: Glad I could help!
Brandon Gunter: Thanks bro you saved me $50
JerryRigEverything: Make sure you got all the cables from the screen plugged into the motherboard correctly, and that they are plugged in all the way. Other than that... it could be anything.
Samsung Note 2 charging port fix, and screen replacement5
out of 5