• Full LCD Screen with Touch Digitizer Assembly for Asus Google Nexus 7 1st Generation 2012
Full LCD Screen with Touch Digitizer Assembly for Asus Google Nexus 7 1st Generation 2012

Full LCD Screen with Touch Digitizer Assembly for Asus Google Nexus 7 1st Generation 2012

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  • Full LCD + touch digitizer
  • Asus Google Nexus 7 first Generation
  • 1st Generation 2012

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I Can't Believe I Rescued My Tablet from the Dead I am really excited that for $50 (well, plus another $5 for the flat LCD cable I also replaced) I was able to make my beloved, but damaged Nexus 7 as good as new. This replacement screen actually looks brighter than the old one. There are a couple of special steps you need to know about.First, those darn screws are very small and love to jump onto the floor, never to be seen again. You need every one so be extra careful to put them where you can retrieve them. Print out the page on IFixit that shows you the screws to remove. Second, the zero force insertion sockets (zifs) are tricky if you haven't encountered them before. Watch the YouTube video multiple times until you catch the trick of opening the latch and inserting the flat cables. Finally, taking the old screen off of the bezel requires JUST ENOUGH heat to loosen the adhesive. Buy some of that adhesive tape Amazon shows to attach the new screen.The joy that comes from being able to rehabilitate an old friend like my Nexus 7 is well worth the cost and anxiety I invested in the replacement parts. 5Good solid screen replacement for the 1G Nexus 7 I've done two of these so far, and both work perfectly. Installation isn't exactly a snap, but the second was easier than the first. Take it from me -- when it comes to removing the old screen, a hair dryer doesn't cut it for warming the adhesive. Leave it in the sun to heat it up, or warm it up with an incandescent light bulb for a while -- otherwise you'll be removing lots of glass.With regard to this replacement LCD and digitizer, both of my daughters' Nexus 7s have these in place of their original screens, and none of us have detected any difference, either in image quality or the sensitivity of the touch screen. I can't tell you if these are any more or less durable than the originals (which clearly were less than durable), but so far, so good, and my fingers are crossed!I definitely recommend this replacement. It's really not that difficult with the right tools and a little patience, and the savings add up (especially since I had to do two)! 5a littler lower res than OEM but still a really great buy This screen came very well packaged and arrived within two days of me ordering it. The replacement was very simple, took me about 20 minutes. Three things to note 1. this does not come with a bezel or adhesive so make sure you use a heat gun to salvage your old bezel and tape 2. It also does not come with the thin cable that feeds through the middle of the mobo so you will also need to use the one from your previous screen 3. the resolution is not as good as the OEM screen I have noticed but even still it was worth the money to have a working tablet again. Overall great product. Photo has the new screen installed next to the old one (clearly) 4Did you break your 2012 Nexus screen? This is the part you are looking for! I broke my 2012 Nexus a whole 2 months after I received it as a gift. I did my research and learned that in order to fix it I would need the screen with the digitizer attached. Back then the price for the parts I needed exceeded $90 so I decided to just use my Nexus 7 with a mouse + OTG cable instead. I later bought the new 2013 Nexus 7 and kept my 2012 but hardly used it. I couldn't justify spending so much on replacement parts when the new one was just a few dollars more.A few months passed and I was happy with my 2013 Nexus 7 but I hated that I had a good tablet just sitting there rotting away. I decided to check out Amazon and to my surprise found this product for under $55 dollars, it was time to fix my tablet. I ordered it on Monday and it arrived on Thursday with really good packaging. As soon as I got home I did a quick google search and found sites (ifixit.com) that give you step-by-step instructions on how to replace the screen. In less than an hour my tablet was whole again and fully functional. The screen and digitizer works perfectly and I couldn't be happier. This truly was a great purchase.Good luck if you are fixing your screen and be very careful. Take it slow and steady and you should be able to fix your tablet in no time. 5Simple install. Just requires time, patience and a gentle touch. Excellently packed. Simple install. Just requires time, patience and a gentle touch. Great picture. So nice to not have the cracked screen anymore. I am having some intermittent touch response problems. I can't tell if it's the screen or software related. I'm leaning toward software as uninstalling and disabling some apps seemed to make it better. I also remember that the Nexus 7 even new required a bit of a pressured touch (even though it's capacitive and not resistive). 4A total waste of 2 hours and $50 If you don't buy a replacement tape this new screen will 1)be incredibly difficult to remove since you need to keep this tape in tact and 2)won't snap back together anyway - even if you spend an hour cleaning and smoothing the tape for reuse - without some big problems. Mine cracked in half as I snapped the whole thing back together because the tape had a slight bump in it. A total waste of 2 hours and $50. This should come with new tape - period.*Update*After a good nights sleep I thought I should amend my review.Pros: This is the correct replacement part for 1st gen Nexus 7. The parts were exactly as described and worked.Cons: This new glass cracked right when I was pressing the tablet back together. There's no mention if this is a Gorilla Glass replacement screen and it didn't require much pressure to just crack when slight pressure was applied. Also, if you want to know how to replace the screen/lcd you have to find your own preferred YouTube video-- no directions included.Advice: Buy a new bezel to go with this kit. You will save at least an hour--mostly from not having to pick glass shards out of the old bezel/tape which apparently warp quite easily. They are on Amazon for about $21. You'll have a tablet that works with a $72 fix instead of a $51 temper tantrum AND you will done it all in about 30 minutes instead of 2 hours! 3Does NOT include LCD Flex Cable. I have not been able to test and see if this works yet, I received the Screen and i don't see any damage yet, but it does not have the OEM LCD Flex cable. You can see it here: http://amzn.com/B00GLMK0FQThe cable goes from the back/middle of the LCD Digitizer, and goes through the board and plugs in to the opposite side of the LCD Screen. Look at the back picture of the screen, that little white slot.. thats where the flex cable goes. Make sure you keep it when you remove the old screen. There is no indication that you will need it when disassembling it. Once I have the part, i will change my review.BTW, there is no overnight option for this stupid piece, have to wait 1-3 days for it to ship, and then 3-5 days to receive it. 3Worked for my tablet, easy install. This was a direct replacement for my FREE Nexus 7. My nephew sat on this tablet and my brother gave up on it and gave it me!!I'm a technical person by my profession so working to get the unit apart and swapping the part out wasn't an issue. If you're technical this whole repair with dis-assembly shouldn't take more than 2 hours. The part I received didn't have the back cable to connect to the main board but I it wasn't intended to be there according to the pictures. I used mine from the original broken unit. Shipping was good and product was packaged securely. If you are looking to replace your LCD w digitizer assembly you don t need to look any further. This has Prime shipping and the product works and is a direct replacement. Thanks for coming through as always Amazon and thanks to my nephew!!!!FYI... I used youtube and ifixit for fixing guides. 5Good product, great response from seller... First review...we have two tablets and the screens broke within two days of each other. We ordered these for replacement screens. The first one didn't work. We then installed the second one in the second tablet and it did work. Before we closed everything up we used the components of the first tablet with the new working screen and the first tablet worked fine so I think it's fair to say the screen is defective. I've contacted the seller and will follow up with the results....2 weeks later I'm amending my review. Customer service was quick to respond when I sent out an inquiry via Amazon. They offered a suggestion to trouble shoot another common problem which I did and it corrected the screen problem. We had a bad flex cable and when I installed the the working screen with the other tablet I used the flex cable from the working tablet so I had no way of knowing that was the problem. The seller suggested I test it and he was right. Ordered a new cable and now both screens work. Like I said seller was quick to respond and willing to take the screen back. 5awesome awesome awesome I was expecting it to be late from other reviews (from China).But it was here in less than a week. I Ordered on a Thursday and received on Tuesday of next week.Other people stated package was in a envelope, mine was sent with tools and in a box with bubble wrap.My other worry was, will it work? I installed it back on my Nexus 7 in 25-30mins, then I turned it on, no issues at all.I have been using my tablet again like it was brand new!!!! love it love it love it.Seller responded quickly to emails about my concerns listed above (a reply in bout 24-hours).They said if I had any issues to email them.Well no issues here and I'm very happy!!thank you a reborn nexus 7My seller was (Seller1on1) 5
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I Can't Believe I Rescued My Tablet from the Dead I am really excited that for $50 (well, plus another $5 for the flat LCD cable I also replaced) I was able to make my beloved, but damaged Nexus 7 as good as new. This replacement screen actually looks brighter than the old one. There are a couple of special steps you need to know about.First, those darn screws are very small and love to jump onto the floor, never to be seen again. You need every one so be extra careful to put them where you can retrieve them. Print out the page on IFixit that shows you the screws to remove. Second, the zero force insertion sockets (zifs) are tricky if you haven't encountered them before. Watch the YouTube video multiple times until you catch the trick of opening the latch and inserting the flat cables. Finally, taking the old screen off of the bezel requires JUST ENOUGH heat to loosen the adhesive. Buy some of that adhesive tape Amazon shows to attach the new screen.The joy that comes from being able to rehabilitate an old friend like my Nexus 7 is well worth the cost and anxiety I invested in the replacement parts. 5Good solid screen replacement for the 1G Nexus 7 I've done two of these so far, and both work perfectly. Installation isn't exactly a snap, but the second was easier than the first. Take it from me -- when it comes to removing the old screen, a hair dryer doesn't cut it for warming the adhesive. Leave it in the sun to heat it up, or warm it up with an incandescent light bulb for a while -- otherwise you'll be removing lots of glass.With regard to this replacement LCD and digitizer, both of my daughters' Nexus 7s have these in place of their original screens, and none of us have detected any difference, either in image quality or the sensitivity of the touch screen. I can't tell you if these are any more or less durable than the originals (which clearly were less than durable), but so far, so good, and my fingers are crossed!I definitely recommend this replacement. It's really not that difficult with the right tools and a little patience, and the savings add up (especially since I had to do two)! 5a littler lower res than OEM but still a really great buy This screen came very well packaged and arrived within two days of me ordering it. The replacement was very simple, took me about 20 minutes. Three things to note 1. this does not come with a bezel or adhesive so make sure you use a heat gun to salvage your old bezel and tape 2. It also does not come with the thin cable that feeds through the middle of the mobo so you will also need to use the one from your previous screen 3. the resolution is not as good as the OEM screen I have noticed but even still it was worth the money to have a working tablet again. Overall great product. Photo has the new screen installed next to the old one (clearly) 4Did you break your 2012 Nexus screen? This is the part you are looking for! I broke my 2012 Nexus a whole 2 months after I received it as a gift. I did my research and learned that in order to fix it I would need the screen with the digitizer attached. Back then the price for the parts I needed exceeded $90 so I decided to just use my Nexus 7 with a mouse + OTG cable instead. I later bought the new 2013 Nexus 7 and kept my 2012 but hardly used it. I couldn't justify spending so much on replacement parts when the new one was just a few dollars more.A few months passed and I was happy with my 2013 Nexus 7 but I hated that I had a good tablet just sitting there rotting away. I decided to check out Amazon and to my surprise found this product for under $55 dollars, it was time to fix my tablet. I ordered it on Monday and it arrived on Thursday with really good packaging. As soon as I got home I did a quick google search and found sites (ifixit.com) that give you step-by-step instructions on how to replace the screen. In less than an hour my tablet was whole again and fully functional. The screen and digitizer works perfectly and I couldn't be happier. This truly was a great purchase.Good luck if you are fixing your screen and be very careful. Take it slow and steady and you should be able to fix your tablet in no time. 5Simple install. Just requires time, patience and a gentle touch. Excellently packed. Simple install. Just requires time, patience and a gentle touch. Great picture. So nice to not have the cracked screen anymore. I am having some intermittent touch response problems. I can't tell if it's the screen or software related. I'm leaning toward software as uninstalling and disabling some apps seemed to make it better. I also remember that the Nexus 7 even new required a bit of a pressured touch (even though it's capacitive and not resistive). 4A total waste of 2 hours and $50 If you don't buy a replacement tape this new screen will 1)be incredibly difficult to remove since you need to keep this tape in tact and 2)won't snap back together anyway - even if you spend an hour cleaning and smoothing the tape for reuse - without some big problems. Mine cracked in half as I snapped the whole thing back together because the tape had a slight bump in it. A total waste of 2 hours and $50. This should come with new tape - period.*Update*After a good nights sleep I thought I should amend my review.Pros: This is the correct replacement part for 1st gen Nexus 7. The parts were exactly as described and worked.Cons: This new glass cracked right when I was pressing the tablet back together. There's no mention if this is a Gorilla Glass replacement screen and it didn't require much pressure to just crack when slight pressure was applied. Also, if you want to know how to replace the screen/lcd you have to find your own preferred YouTube video-- no directions included.Advice: Buy a new bezel to go with this kit. You will save at least an hour--mostly from not having to pick glass shards out of the old bezel/tape which apparently warp quite easily. They are on Amazon for about $21. You'll have a tablet that works with a $72 fix instead of a $51 temper tantrum AND you will done it all in about 30 minutes instead of 2 hours! 3Does NOT include LCD Flex Cable. I have not been able to test and see if this works yet, I received the Screen and i don't see any damage yet, but it does not have the OEM LCD Flex cable. You can see it here: http://amzn.com/B00GLMK0FQThe cable goes from the back/middle of the LCD Digitizer, and goes through the board and plugs in to the opposite side of the LCD Screen. Look at the back picture of the screen, that little white slot.. thats where the flex cable goes. Make sure you keep it when you remove the old screen. There is no indication that you will need it when disassembling it. Once I have the part, i will change my review.BTW, there is no overnight option for this stupid piece, have to wait 1-3 days for it to ship, and then 3-5 days to receive it. 3Worked for my tablet, easy install. This was a direct replacement for my FREE Nexus 7. My nephew sat on this tablet and my brother gave up on it and gave it me!!I'm a technical person by my profession so working to get the unit apart and swapping the part out wasn't an issue. If you're technical this whole repair with dis-assembly shouldn't take more than 2 hours. The part I received didn't have the back cable to connect to the main board but I it wasn't intended to be there according to the pictures. I used mine from the original broken unit. Shipping was good and product was packaged securely. If you are looking to replace your LCD w digitizer assembly you don t need to look any further. This has Prime shipping and the product works and is a direct replacement. Thanks for coming through as always Amazon and thanks to my nephew!!!!FYI... I used youtube and ifixit for fixing guides. 5Good product, great response from seller... First review...we have two tablets and the screens broke within two days of each other. We ordered these for replacement screens. The first one didn't work. We then installed the second one in the second tablet and it did work. Before we closed everything up we used the components of the first tablet with the new working screen and the first tablet worked fine so I think it's fair to say the screen is defective. I've contacted the seller and will follow up with the results....2 weeks later I'm amending my review. Customer service was quick to respond when I sent out an inquiry via Amazon. They offered a suggestion to trouble shoot another common problem which I did and it corrected the screen problem. We had a bad flex cable and when I installed the the working screen with the other tablet I used the flex cable from the working tablet so I had no way of knowing that was the problem. The seller suggested I test it and he was right. Ordered a new cable and now both screens work. Like I said seller was quick to respond and willing to take the screen back. 5awesome awesome awesome I was expecting it to be late from other reviews (from China).But it was here in less than a week. I Ordered on a Thursday and received on Tuesday of next week.Other people stated package was in a envelope, mine was sent with tools and in a box with bubble wrap.My other worry was, will it work? I installed it back on my Nexus 7 in 25-30mins, then I turned it on, no issues at all.I have been using my tablet again like it was brand new!!!! love it love it love it.Seller responded quickly to emails about my concerns listed above (a reply in bout 24-hours).They said if I had any issues to email them.Well no issues here and I'm very happy!!thank you a reborn nexus 7My seller was (Seller1on1) 5
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