Sooner or later you’re going to drop your smartphone or tablet or you’re going to drop something heavy on it (something like, whether a knife drops on a melon or a melon drops on a knife) it is your touchscreen that is going to bear the brunt. Not only does breaking, your touchscreen can develop scratches that makes it practically impossible to view the contents of your screen. Whatever is the reason, many people often have to buy a new smartphone or a new tablet because their screen seems beyond salvation.
Here is an interesting article that explains, step-by-step, how you can replace a broken, cracked or heavily scratched touchscreen of your smartphone or tablet, totally eliminating the need to purchase a new device. The highlight of the article is that even if you are not much into repairing broken phones you can do it yourself. All you need to do is, understand the basic dynamics of how a smartphone or a tablet is assembled, how various components are organized and most importantly, from where you can buy an appropriate touchscreen for your device.