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    Hello, my mate dropped my HTC One X last night and has cracked the glass catastrophically. The screen itself is still intact, though there is a small amount of yellow tinting, I can live with the tinting but not the glass, my question is basicallyif I want to replace just the glass part would this be what I am looking for

    http://www.formymobile.co.uk/proddet...h#.Ug5iqJK1GWY

    Or would I need this

    http://www.formymobile.co.uk/proddet...d#.Ug5lPZK1GWY

    Many thanks.
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    You need the first. Be careful when taking out the cracked digitizer; when I tried it with my iPod I ended up breaking the LCD and had to get a new one.
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    You need the digitizer (first link), if you just want to replace the cracked glass. (There's a slightly cheaper one on amazon just so you know: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Screen-Digit...dp/B0088ME7ME/). I'm smashed my phone's screen (not a One X, but it's a HTC) this weekend and have been researching replacing the glass. I'd recommend watching youtube videos of the process before you try it, because it does not look easy at all. You can very easily end up breaking more by opening up the phone. Good luck!
 
 
 
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