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If you ever need to replace a broken screen or other parts on your Galaxy S2, it’s very easy to disassemble and assemble your Galaxy S2.
For a whole month, my screen on my Galaxy S2 i9100 was flickering a bit and I took my Galaxy S2 apart to fix the issue. It turns out one of the LCD cables became loose and upon re-connecting them, my phone was back to 100%.
And while I was at it, I took a video of me disassembling and assembling the Galaxy S2 i9100. But the process is nearly identical for all Galaxy S2 series including the SGH-i777, SGH-T989, and the Epic 4G Touch.
Anyways, this video could help you so keep in mind. All you need is a screwdriver and about 20 minutes of your time, very safe to do.
While I was at it, I switched the back casing on my white i9100 and black SGH-i777, now I have two “black and white” phones, looks pretty cool and customized: