Android Phone Motherboards
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Galaxy S III Motherboard (AT&T)
Replace the main circuit board assembly for the AT&T model (SGH-I747) Samsung Galaxy S III.
HTC One (M9) Motherboard (AT&T)
This part is the motherboard for the AT&T version HTC One M9 smartphone.
Galaxy S4 Motherboard (T-Mobile)
Replace the main circuit board assembly for the T-Mobile model Galaxy S IV (SGH-M919).
Galaxy S6 Edge+ Motherboard (AT&T)
Replace a broken or malfunctioning motherboard in an AT&T model Galaxy S6 Edge+ smartphone.
Galaxy S5 Sport Motherboard
Replace a damaged or malfunctioning motherboard in a Sprint model Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport smartphone and fix a bricked phone.
Galaxy S7 Motherboard (Verizon)
Replace a damaged, malfunctioning, or corroded main circuit board assembly for a Verizon model Samsung Galaxy S7 (G930V).
Galaxy S III Motherboard (US Cellular)
Replace the main circuit board assembly for the US Cellular model (SCH-R530M) Samsung Galaxy S III.
HTC One (M8, Sprint) Motherboard
Main circuit board assembly for the Sprint HTC One (M8)
Galaxy S4 Mini Motherboard (Sprint)
Replace the main circuit board assembly for the Sprint model Samsung Galaxy S IV Mini smartphone.
LG G3 (AT&T) Motherboard
Replace a broken or damaged motherboard for your AT&T LG G3 smartphone with this part. This is a used, OEM part.
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