Good replacement screen that actually has the GBA logo at the bottom, but you'll probably want more than one since they tend to scratch easily. To replace, use a craft blade or similar tool to CAREFULLY pry up the old scratched screen. Maybe put a little piece of cardboard under the blade to protect the edge of the plastic casing from the edge of your tool. Then remove adhesive from the new screen and carefully place it, applying pressure for about 20 seconds to make sure the adhesive takes.
Reviewed by: TR from WA on 7/31/2017