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Introduction

Removing and replacing the screen of the Nokia Lumia 1020 requires you to separate the screen from the internal components of the phone.

  1. Use a SIM door key to remove the SIM card and SIM card tray from the device. Use a T4 screwdriver to loosen the captured torx screw to the right of the SIM card tray (the screw will not come out).
    • Use a SIM door key to remove the SIM card and SIM card tray from the device.

    • Use a T4 screwdriver to loosen the captured torx screw to the right of the SIM card tray (the screw will not come out).

  2. Wedge a spudger in between the screen and the back of the device, starting from the top left corner of the phone. Gently pry the screen away from the back of the device using slight upward pressure. Slide the spudger down towards the bottom left corner of the device, continuing to gently pry upwards. The screen will now be slightly separated from the back of the phone.
    • Wedge a spudger in between the screen and the back of the device, starting from the top left corner of the phone.

    • Gently pry the screen away from the back of the device using slight upward pressure.

    • Slide the spudger down towards the bottom left corner of the device, continuing to gently pry upwards. The screen will now be slightly separated from the back of the phone.

    oh be really careful. Thisprocess resulted in a damaged screen.

    If you study the third picture above you see that the left hand side is a line of hooks. The right hand side is a line of flat bars that lie under the plastic of the plastic frame.

    So: lever the frame away from the glass on the right hand side first.

    then slide the glass towards you, thereby disengaging the hooks.

    I wish you better luck than I had.

    Julian Baker - Réponse

    On reflection I think it would be better to start on the Left hand side first; as per the original instructions as there is less distance for the frame to be bent before the hooks are releases. Sorry for any confusion.

    Julian Baker - Réponse

  3. Wedge a spudger underneath the silver rectangle in the upper right corner until it pops off the back of the phone. Wedge a spudger underneath the silver rectangle in the upper right corner until it pops off the back of the phone. Wedge a spudger underneath the silver rectangle in the upper right corner until it pops off the back of the phone.
    • Wedge a spudger underneath the silver rectangle in the upper right corner until it pops off the back of the phone.

  4. Wedge a spudger underneath the silver rectangle in the lower left corner until it pops off the back of the phone. Completely remove the screen from the back of the phone. Completely remove the screen from the back of the phone.
    • Wedge a spudger underneath the silver rectangle in the lower left corner until it pops off the back of the phone.

    • Completely remove the screen from the back of the phone.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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