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I cracked my OSF OLED :(. Any spare OLED available somewhere?

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Hello mates,

Yesterday a friend of mine sit on my OSF and now my OLED display looks awful -blue reddish. :(((

I was searching for spare display replacement and I found:

http://www.dealextreme.com/p/genuine-zte-v880-replacement-tft-lcd-screen-module-110106

which is very good price!

But I am wonder if there are somewhere OLED displays for OSF?

Or if I buy this TFT, are there any comparability issues with my OSF which have the broken OLED.

Thanks for your feedback.

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And NO, you can Not build in the TFT from dealextreme.

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And NO, you can Not build in the TFT from dealextreme.

I have to us only the OLED ( the onw from your link) one ? from my Gen 1 SF...

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Yes, only the Samsung Modell is ok.

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I know this thread is a year old, I am hoping that one of the posters still has notifications set .... ;)

The link to the OLED display is old and outdated,

http://www.ebay.co.u...=p2047675.l2557

this appears to be the same animal

http://www.ebay.co.u...d=320821539935

My worry is that the title says LCD screen on both, could I get confirmation that this is a correct replacement for my "blue flickering" OLED display.

Oh and Happy new year!

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that is no OLED screens! believe me.

I've ordered oled via chinese tao bao . com using agent

oled has another type of connector

real oled screen marked as samsung AMS353FD09

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Thanks for the info, I may be able to track down the correct one with the number you have provided.

Having looked at the sales history on the ebay link, seller sold to someone wanting an OLED display.

When it arrived buyer found it not working so was sent a replacement.

When that didn't work either seller doubled the price on this listing and started to sell them as the later LCD screens on a different listing.

Still looking.....

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as I've said before use tao bao . com to buy it directly from chinese market

search by words V880 OLED

it costs me about 30$ + agent fees + shipping

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use tao bao . com to buy it directly from chinese market

I have started an order there but it got far more complicated than expected... not used to using an agent, I will await developments.

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I have started an order there but it got far more complicated than expected... not used to using an agent, I will await developments.

it cannot be bought without agents// this market is for cheniese people only. use mistertao . com for example

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I have recieved the following fromTaobao,

dear,which model ?8K5625 or 8K6206 ?

are there 2 OLED screens? If so how do I know which I need without destroying the phone?

I have replied to say I need OLED samsungAMS353FD09

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8K5625 or 8K6206 is TFT. don't buy it.

try to search another

also check you.r mail.

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Thanks for the info, I had decided to cancel the order as I could not get them to understand which display I needed.

I will follow up on the other sources.

*edit* I have put in a request to Deal extreme to see if they will list the OLED, I await a response.

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