Touch Screen Digitizer for Sony Xperia L S36H -Black

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Touch Screen Digitizer for Sony Xperia L S36H -Black

Also known as Sony Xperia L C2105, Sony Xperia L C2104

This is the replacement front glass panel and Digitizer for the Sony Xperia L S36H(LCD NOT Includede).This part is responsible for all touch functionality of the Sony.If you recently dropped your Sony Xperia L S36H,this is the glass/digitizer combo you need to replace it with.Beware of glass without the digitizer attached as the two must be replaced simultaneously.

  • Size    480 x 854 pixels, 4.3 inches (~228 ppi pixel density)

Often Corrects the Following Problems:

  • Cracked,Scratched,Broken or shattered Glass
  • Unresponsive to touch

Compatible with:

Sony Xperia L S36H

How to tell which Screen part you need for the Sony Xperia L S36H:

  • LCD Only:If the image under the glass is broken and the touch pancel is NOT then you only need an LCD
  • Touch Panel aka Digitizer:If the top touch panel or aka glass top is cracked or broken but the image under it is fine,then you only need the Touch Panel
  • Complete Screen with Touch Panel and LCD:If the top touch panel is broken and the lcd image is either black liquid or cracked you need a complete screen
Parts offer a 90-Day warranty. The warranty period covers any defects in the material or the workmanship of the product. Warranty does not cover any damage done while using the product. Any product returned within warranty period will be eligible for a refund or a replacement.

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  • 4
    very nice, little bit overresponsive

    Posted by Gilles on Jul 25, 2014

    Not so hard to replace, result is fine, way better than a broken glass.

    So why not give 5 stars?
    Because my touchscreen is now very sensitive, resulting in sometimes typing the same letter twice, or a tap instead of a slide...
    But maybe that's not the fault of the touchscreen, but of the reparation.