This repair guide was authored by the iFixit staff and hasn’t been endorsed by Google. Learn more about our repair guides here.

Does your Pixel have a broken or cracked screen? Follow this guide to replace it!

The Pixel 3a’s unreinforced display panel is fragile. If you are reusing the screen, be sure to pay special attention to the warnings in the opening procedure.

  1. Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement, Screen: step 1, image 1 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement, Screen: step 1, image 2 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement, Screen: step 1, image 3 of 3
    • Take note of the two seams on the phone:

    • Screen seam: This seam separates the screen from the rest of the phone. This is where you should pry.

    • Frame seam: This is where the plastic frame meets the back cover. It is held in place by screws. Do not pry at this seam.

    • Before you begin prying, note the following areas on the screen:

    • Screen flex cable: Do not pry deeper than instructed, or you risk damaging this cable.

    • Adhesive perimeter: Prying beyond the narrow perimeter without angling the pick will damage the display panel.

    Power is off, but does the battery need to be disconnect to safely do this replacement?

    mplishka - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    Da ich keinen iopener ( dachte das wäre alles dabei wie auf der bstellvorschau!!!) habe ich eine Wärmflasche auf das Handy gelegt ..behutsam und nicht zu heiß. Besonders an Kopf und fußende war das Display ziemlich fest...befolgt man die Anweisungen genau ist es eigentlich kein Problem das Display vom Rahmen zu lösen, jedoch bin ich der Meinung, dass hier schon ein gewisses Maß an motorischer Vertrautheit mit der Materie bestehen sollte, da wie gesagt oben und unten doch ein tieferes eingreifen in den Rahmen unter das Display nötig ist...

    Ralph S. aus Neumünster

    Ralph S - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

  2. Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 2, image 1 of 1
    • Heat an iOpener and apply it to the right edge of the display for a minute.

    • You can choose to skip this step since the Pixel 3a's screen adhesive is not very strong. Heating it, however, will decrease the chance of cracking the screen.

    I used a washcloth soaked with hot water and sealed in a plastic bag instead of the iOpener for this step, and it worked great.

    E. Dunham - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

  3. Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 3, image 1 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 3, image 2 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 3, image 3 of 3
    • Place a suction cup near the right edge of the screen.

    • Pull on the suction cup with strong steady force.

    • Insert the pick into the gap, no more than 1 mm.

  4. Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 4, image 1 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 4, image 2 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 4, image 3 of 3
    • This step shows how to insert the pick without damaging the OLED panel. Do this before you slice either long edges of the phone.

    • With the pick 1 mm in the gap, pivot the pick upwards to a steep angle.

    • At this angle, carefully push the pick into the gap about 1/4" (6 mm). The pick should slide in below the OLED panel.

    • Stop if you feel the point of the pick hitting a ridge. The pick may be pressing against the edge of the OLED panel. Angle the pick and try again.

    If you don’t have picks, you can also use the corner of an old gift card, though it may be necessary to shave it a bit thinner with a knife so it fits the gap better.

    E. Dunham - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

  5. Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 5, image 1 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 5, image 2 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 5, image 3 of 3
    • Slide the pick along the right edge, slicing through the adhesive.

    • Do not insert the pick more than 1/4" (6 mm), or you may damage the screen's flex cable.

    • Leave a pick in place to prevent the adhesive from resealing.

    Don’t make my mistake and read ahead. 6mm may be too close for comfort! 8mm is definitely too far and caused me to damage. Also be sure to read the right manual! I have an XL and it notes 5mm.

    Miguel Higgins-Moy - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    Fortunately my old screen was beyond repair, But be super careful around the bottom I managed to sever the ribbon cable to the digitizer.

    Stephen Hammons - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    I broke my screen here. The adhesive in my case was quite strong on the top and bottom.

    Mario Flores - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    This is by far the hardest part of the entire replacement. I ruined my screen doing this, you might as well buy a new screen at the same time as you buy your battery. I just barely rubbed the edges of my screen and it turned the edge of my screen purple. This eventually migrated to the entire screen causing the whole thing to be purple/black.

    Ross Lancaster - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    Hard to not make a mistake here. It's more like 1/8". It's difficult to keep the pick at a steep angle at all times on left and right sides.

    Won Choi - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

  6. Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 6, image 1 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 6, image 2 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 6, image 3 of 3
    • As you slice around the bottom edge of the phone, do not insert the pick more than 1/4" (6 mm).

    • Slide the pick around the bottom right corner to slice through the adhesive.

    • If the corner feels hard to slice, apply a heated iOpener to the corner for a minute and try again.

    • Continue slicing along the bottom edge of the phone and around the left corner.

    Heating bottom of the screen and going very slowly is key here. The adhesive was stronger than expected, and I cracked the glass while going around this first corner.

    Jerome C - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

  7. Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 7, image 1 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 7, image 2 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 7, image 3 of 3
    • Slice through the left edge of the phone, making sure to properly angle the pick below the OLED panel and insert it in no more than 1/4" (6 mm).

    • To angle the pick below the OLED panel, insert the point of the pick no more than 1 mm in, angle the pick upwards, and then slowly push the pick in 1/4".

  8. Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 8, image 1 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 8, image 2 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 8, image 3 of 3
    • Slice along the top edge while keeping the pick no more than 5/16" (8 mm) in.

    There is a LOT more adhesive at the top than anywhere else on the phone! It’s like there’s 2 lines of adhesive, one along the edge of the case and one along the edge of the screen, and it’s filled in between them wherever the speaker camera aren’t. I needed to heat and pry several times to get the top loose. Fortunately, there’s little risk of hitting a cable near the top (look ahead to the step where you lift the screen off to see where all the cables go!)

    E. Dunham - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    I found that applying the iOpener across the top edge of the glass for about 30 seconds at this step helped soften the adhesive significantly. My front camera was replaced only a few months ago by uBreakiFix and the display adhesive subsequently let go on the entire right edge, bottom, and part of the left side shortly after the new front camera failed. Only the top was still securely stuck.

    Reid Solberg - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

  9. Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 9, image 1 of 2 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 9, image 2 of 2
    • With all of the edges cut, carefully hinge open the right edge of the screen.

    • Do not remove the screen. It is still attached to the phone by a flex cable near the left edge.

    • Use an opening pick to carefully cut through any remaining adhesive.

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    • With all of the adhesives cut, flip the attached screen glass side down and rest it on top of the phone. The screen flex cable should be loosely arched.

    Hi, could you help me with one clarification?

    What does the small “metal patch” in the middle of the display ribbon do?

    Does it prevent the phone from starting while disconnected?

    Thank you for your time!

    oliver schirmer - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    Hi Oliver,

    I think the patch you’re referring to helps with either EM shielding or heat dissipation. It should not prevent the phone from starting.

    Arthur Shi -

  11. Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 11, image 1 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 11, image 2 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 11, image 3 of 3
    • Carefully peel the black tape covering the screen connector bracket.

    • If it is in good condition, you can re-use this tape during reassembly. Otherwise, replace it with a piece of electrical tape.

    • Remove the two 4.4 mm long T3 screws securing the screen connector bracket.

    • Remove the screen connector bracket.

    This may be a silly question but how are you able to tell whether the tape is in good condition? Is it based off of how sticky it is after you remove it?

    Sylvia - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    That is a fair question! If the tape is in one piece and is relatively sticky, it can probably be used again.

    Arthur Shi -

    Oops! I forgot to put any tape back. Does this tape have a critical purpose, in other words should I go to the trouble to pry the screen back off and tape it?

    elyze - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    The tape does not serve a critical purpose. If you have already re-sealed your phone, I wouldn’t worry about it.

    Arthur Shi -

    Les vis sont des T4 et non des T3

    Gaëtan PERRIER - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    Bonjour Gaëtan ! Merci pour la remarque. En fait, il y a toujours une certaine tolérance entre le tournevis et la tête de vis. Donc il se peut que la taille supérieure ou inférieure soit plus “confortable” au cas par cas. Bonne réparation !

    Claire Miesch -


    Pouvez-vous me conseiller un bon kit de réparation pour mon Google Pixel 3A?

    J'ai peur de me faire arnaquer en achetant un mauvais écran de basse qualité .

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  12. Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 12, image 1 of 2 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 12, image 2 of 2
    • Use the point of a spudger to pry up and disconnect the screen flex cable.

    • When you disconnect connectors like these, be careful not to dislodge the small surface-mounted components surrounding the socket.

    • To re-attach press connectors like this one, carefully align and press down on one side until it clicks into place, then repeat on the other side. Do not press down on the middle. If the connector is misaligned, the pins can bend, causing permanent damage.

    I had accidentally pressed the power button and the phone was on when connecting the new screen and that broke the board! So make sure the phone is off.

    Diako Mardanbegi - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    is it okay if I forgot to add the black tape on the connector area???

    Harry Banda - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

  13. Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 13, image 1 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 13, image 2 of 3 Google Pixel 3a Screen Replacement: step 13, image 3 of 3
    • Remove the screen.

    • Carefully compare your replacement screen with your original part. You may need to transfer additional components (such as the speaker mesh) to the new part.

    • To reinstall the screen:

    • Follow this guide if you are using custom-cut adhesives.

    • If you are using double-sided tape such as Tesa tape, follow this guide.

    • During the boot-up process after reassembly, the screen will go through a calibration sequence. Do not touch the screen during this process, as it could result in improper touch calibration and create touch issues.

    There is a blue plastic tape covering the digitizer and when I try to take it off it rips out something more than just the tape I think it’s pulling the magnet too

    Darien Suarez - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    i had a little plastic piece around the camera (seems to just be a spacer) that i moved to the new screen. had to pry it up with a pick cuz it was stuck down good.

    elyze - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    actually to clarify- i didn’t move the little camera spacer to the new screen- i placed it around the camera on the phone, where there was a little indent for it, and stuck it down with a bit of tesa strip, then applied more tesa strips around the edge of the phone before finally reconnecting and replacing the screen. the little plastic bit i encountered needs to be precisely placed around the camera so would not be a good idea to just stick it to the screen when reinstalling!

    elyze -

    Thanks team! I was able to replace my broken screen with no issues!

    Instead of cutout adhesives or tesa tape, I used B-7000. Painless.

    Appreciate the screen and instructions!

    Jessica Hale - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0


    Pouvez-vous me conseiller un bon kit de réparation pour mon Google Pixel 3A?

    J'ai peur de me faire arnaquer en achetant un mauvais écran de basse qualité .

    Hello . Can you advice me a site where i Can buy a quality screen replacement pack for my Google Pixel 3A?

    There's a lot of rip off on internet and id like to get a good pack and a quality screen .

    Bichette Laterreur - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    Hello! We currently sell a replacement screen. However, I’m not sure if it is available yet internationally.

    Arthur Shi -

    I have a quick question, so I haven’t done anything yet because I only just ordered my repair kit, but is it possible to replace the battery without having to replace the display ?

    Braeden - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    Hi Braeden!

    Yes, it is definitely possible to replace the battery without replacing the display. With that said, the initial entry steps can be pretty tricky. Before you begin, look very closely over the display to see if you can see any micro-fractures. If you see any, you will most likely crack the screen when you try to remove it. Take your time and apply a heated iOpener often. Good luck!

    Arthur Shi -

    I forgot to order the tape when getting my replacement USB port, so I ended up putting the screen back on without any tape and using regular clear tape on the outside of the phone to keep the screen from falling off. It’s less waterproof, but it’ll do the job until the right part arrives.

    E. Dunham - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

    Speaker mesh appeared to already be in place on my replacement screen, so I did not transfer this over from my old screen. That was a huge mistake, sounds were garbled above about 30% volume. Make sure you do this part!

    Evan Heisman - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0


If your Pixel won't turn on after replacing the screen, there is a chance that the phone has silently turned on when the battery is re-connected. Hold the power button for a few seconds until the phone vibrates off. Afterwards, re-connect the screen, and try again.

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Take your e-waste to an R2 or e-Stewards certified recycler.

Repair didn’t go as planned? Check out our Google Pixel 3a Answers community for troubleshooting help.


Arthur Shi


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Olá! Vocês sabem onde posso achar essa tela pra comprar? Obrigada!

annebfsl - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Any word on the replacement screens?

Ernest Zamelczyk - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

We should have replacement screens in stock in the next month or two! Thanks for your patience.

Arthur Shi -

I’ve cracked not only my LCD screen, but also the frame seam (shown with orange line in step 1 above). Will you be posting a guide to replace this also, or could you incorporate into this guide? Also interested if this will be available as a spare? Thanks.

Mark Waring - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Hi Mark,

I’m sorry to hear that! The frame seam is part of the plastic midframe—you would need to replace the midframe to replace the cracked seam. Instructions on how to do so can be found in this guide.

Because the Pixel 3a is a relatively new phone, replacement parts are harder to find for it. You can always buy a broken phone and transfer the part over, or use some adhesive to hold the cracked frame seam in place.

Arthur Shi -

Can the digitizer be separated from the screen easily? It’d be a lot cheaper for me to replace the scratched glass screen and reuse digitizer. Anyone try this? Thanks!

timkeenan02 - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

The OLED display is fused to the front glass, so it will be very difficult to separate the digitizer without killing the fragile OLED panel. If it was a LCD panel, you would have a better chance de-laminating the digitizer.

Arthur Shi -

Two comments: when I bought the replacement digitizer on EBay, since the seller was packing in tools (which actually weren’t the right size) I assumed that the glue would be included, as well as speaker mesh; thankfully I didn’t trash the old speaker mesh, and the instructions pointed out that I may have to reuse it (thanks Alex and Arthur!), but on glue I got screwed big time, since I removed the old glue as the instructions suggested, before realizing I don’t have any replacement. So now my phone is sitting open on a desk while I’m waiting for the glue to arrive who knows when. You mention the “Tesa” adhesive tape, but don’t really specify which particular width did you use (which width, how much of it, when and where to apply it, etc.) which would be useful.

My second comment is that this particular guide seems to assume that the screen that’s being removed is in one piece; I imagine most people trying to do this actually have a smashed glass and could use some guidance how to deal with *that*…

Bob Jones - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Also, some guidance what to do with the adhesive tape would be useful (apply to the frame first, or apply to the digitizer first, etc.; the more specific, the better)…

Bob Jones -

Hi Bob,

Your eBay experience is definitely not an exception! eBay kits usually contain inferior or incorrect tools. Be careful not to strip any screws!

It looks like our custom adhesive for this phone is temporarily out of stock. The Tesa adhesive card is a great alternative, as it has many widths for different applications. You can find instructions for the adhesive card here.

If you are working with custom cut adhesives, the general rule of thumb is to peel the clear backing first. Figure out which component the exposed adhesive sticks onto, and apply it there. Next, peel the colored liner to expose the remaining adhesive.

Arthur Shi -

Are the screens the original AMOLED from the google production? Are they inferior, on par or superiror to OEM parts?

Mike - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Still no replacement screens?

(edit: I see now they are available in the US, but what about Europe?)

Paul - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

I replaced the display and when it is turned on for the first time, everything works, but when it goes on standby when I switch it on again the touchscreen doesn't work anymore.

rensan - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Thanks, this worked a charm! The only problems I had were cleaning all the glue off everything and reattaching the screen connector - it’s a bit tricky because the cable has to bend to fit into the recessed area which makes it hard to align the connector.

Also, I couldn’t wait for a pre-made adhesive to arrive so I went to Officeworks and bought some 3mm double-sided tape called X-Press It (the high-tack version). This seems to have worked very well (but time will tell!)

J Wilson - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Replaced screen with one on there website. Screen is kinda late on response. Also sometimes gets stuck where I can’t click on anything and have to restart the phone. Is this a problem with the screen or the phone?

Joshua - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Hi Joshua,

That may be a screen/digitizer issue. I would suggest carefully re-seating the display connector and checking to see if there’s any debris. Otherwise, please contact our customer service and we’ll get things sorted out for you!

Arthur Shi -

Buongiorno, ho sostituito lo schermo del mio pixel 3a ed i colori non mi convincono, sembrano diversi. Lo schermo è stato acquistato qui sul sito, devo presumere che si sia stortato qualche pin del connettore o è proprio lo schermo che ha una tonalità dei colori diversa?

Jo Ma - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0


Ci dispiace che il telefono non funzioni come prima. Magari puoi provare di spegnere e riaccendere il telefono e/o di fare un reset.

Se questo non risolve il problema, rivolgiti a nostro servizio di assistenza: (in caso di un acquisto sul sito americano) indicando il tuo numero di ordine. Sarà un piacere aiutarti!

Cordiali saluti,


Claire Miesch -

can I confirm that this screen replacement is also an LCD replacement? I dropped my phone and cracked the glass but also the LCD is now not working (all black). Will this replacement fix both of those problems?

James - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Hi James!

Yes, the part listed in the “parts required” section is a screen replacement, which includes the top glass and the OLED panel underneath it. The Pixel 3a uses an OLED panel instead of a LCD. If nothing else broke on your phone, then doing this repair should fix your display issues.

While the repair is not as difficult as some of the other Pixel phones, you should read through the guide to get a sense of the overall procedure.

Good luck on your repairs!

Arthur Shi -

excellent guide, thank you arthur! this was so much easier than my pixel 3 and dare i say.. just plain easy!! love the 3a for repairability!!

elyze - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

i came back to say- as easy as this guide and repair are to follow, i feel like i may have a bad part?

the screen stopped working at first and seemed to have something to do with the fit of the screen. it was coming up a bit on the top right and not seated fully. so i pried it up again, reseated the cable, and resealed the edges more carefully. since then it works better but seems like it stops responding correctly frequently. rebooting generally helps. but after working fine for a while.. the touch function will suddenly and quickly deteriorate until it just doesn’t work altogether, and then i have to reboot.

each time i connected the digitizer cable i tested the device before sealing it with adhesive. i don’t really understand what could cause the issue because it works perfectly for a while before randomly petering out.

elyze -

That is a strange occurrence that shouldn’t be happening. If you bought the part from iFixit, please contact our customer support!

Arthur Shi -

I’m curious if it’s possible to remove only the top glass from the OLED? My crack seems to be superficial, the digitizer works in/around/through the cracks (dragging/clicking items), and I can see under the cracks that the display is fine.

They sell replacement kits for just the front glass, but I’ve also heard that they’re difficult to take apart. Any advice?

Alex Markovic - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Hi Alex,

Replacing the glass only is doable, but involved and requires specialty tools. The fragile OLED panel is bonded to the glass. You need a jig to hold the phone in place while you thread a thin wire between the glass and the OLED panel to slice through the LOCA. Once you separated the glass, you’d need to clean off the OLED panel and apply new LOCA.

The front glass only parts are usually sold to refurbishers, who are well-practiced in doing this kind of repair. It is definitely a skill you can learn and be good at with practice!

Arthur Shi -


My screen stays entirely black, after falling down (but it didnt hit anything, i was wearing earphones). It had however cracks from a previous fall. Do you think replacing the screen will be the sollution or is there another problem?

with kind regards

laurence trachez

laurence_trachez - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Hi Laurence,

This is hard to say. If you try to power on your phone, does it vibrate? If it does, then a replacement screen will probably fix the problem.

Arthur Shi -

The explanation to replace the screen are well done. The screen itself flashes everytime I turn on the phone. The biggest problem is when I call someone. The screen goes black and I can’t hang up or do a selection. This is a problem.

frinfret - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Mine have the same “flash” problem. Any solution?

Gin Mor -

I have complete the repair and everything boots up, display looks great but I have no digitzier/touch input. Faulty replacement screen? I have verified the screen connection and tried reboots and reconnects with no success. Any tips?

James Jenkins - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Hi, I have cracked only the glass, not the screen. I have seen numerous comments like this one: “A screen on its own is impossible to use on a Pixel 3a since the original screen is permanently attached to the LCD. Simply put, the only way to replace a screen on a Pixel 3a is to purchase a replacement screen/LCD combo.”

So can I order just the glass and replace the glass, and not glass and lcd combo?

Kristian Karaneshev - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Hi Kristian,

Without specialty tools, it would be very difficult to replace the glass without damaging the fragile display panel. The OLED display panel is bonded to the top glass with optically clear adhesive, so you’d need to slice through that without marring the panel. Refurbishment/repair companies use special jigs to accomplish this task.

Some devices use LCD panels that are not bonded to the top glass. In that case, it is easy to replace the glass by itself.

Arthur Shi -

My Pixel 3a screen has developed a “washed out” look with a green tint - everything else works fine. Is it possibly just a loose cable that can be fixed by opening per your instructions and firming up the connections? Thx!

Rob Gutman - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Hi Rob,

The display cable may be loose, but it could be something else. Opening up Pixel phones always poses a risk of further damaging the fragile display. Has the phone been water damaged/immersed before?

Arthur Shi -

Never wet or immersed, just the normal banging around of everyday use.

Rob Gutman -

Hmm…considering that the display connector is secured by a bracket, I think it’s unlikely that a loose connector is the issue. It may be a broken passive component somewhere in the display driver circuitry.

Arthur Shi -

Sounds like you're suggesting a screen replacement. Do I have that right? Ifixit parts and directions were spot on last time I replaced a screen! Thx

Rob Gutman - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Hello. Do you ship to the Philippines?

Lloyd Dotimas - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Hi Lloyd,

We currently do not ship to the Philippines, but that may change in the future. Please check this page occasionally for updated shipping locations!

Arthur Shi -

I attempted this repair but now the phone will not turn on at all. All I see is a faint blue line at the bottom of the LCD Screen. This is not my first time repairing phones and I followed the directions precisely. I don’t know what went wrong.

Greg Fine - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Bonjour, je souhaite changer l’écran de mon Google PIXEL 3A et j’hésite sur la pièce à commander : commander une vitre avant est-il suffisant ou faut-il le bloc complet LCD ? Ce n’est pas les mêmes prix. Ci-dessous le lien vers la pièce que je pensais commander, qu’en pensez-vous ? Merci !

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The Pixel 3a uses an OLED display instead of a LCD. The OLED is very fragile and is glued onto the front glass (which is the part you linked). You need special equipment in order to separate the front glass without damaging the OLED display. If you are repairing the phone yourself, you should buy the complete screen assembly.

Le Pixel 3a utilise un écran OLED au lieu d'un écran LCD. L'OLED est très fragile et est collée sur la vitre avant (qui est la partie que vous avez liée). Vous avez besoin d'un équipement spécial afin de séparer la vitre avant sans endommager l'écran OLED. Si vous réparez le téléphone vous-même, vous devez acheter l'ensemble écran complet.

Arthur Shi -

Any news regarding replacement screens? I heard that ifixit should soon have most replacement parts for Google Pixel phones.

Nicolas Ramz - crwdns2853112:0crwdne2853112:0

Success! Two small problems:

1) Was hard to align screen connector pins. any advice for doing so next time to avoid possible damage?

2) When applying adhesive strip, I managed to misapply and have segments of adhesive stretch, and thus not fit correctly. Needed to use scissors to snip, and reapply. Any advice for applying the glue next time to avoid this problem?

Thanks for supporting my Right to Repair and keeping a phone out of the trash!

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