Thursday, May 12, 2016

Nokia Lumia 920 – How to replace the camera – How to replace the power button ribbon – How to replace the Volume button – Mobiles and Smartphones repair and service

Category: Mobiles and Smartphones Repair and Servcie 

Contents of this article 

  • How to remove the case 
  • How to replace the power ribbon 
  • How to replace the volume button 

Nokia Lumia 920

How to replace Power Button cable , Volume button and camera 
Make sure the phone is off. Use the T5 screwdriver to remove the two 8.6mm long screws, located at the bottom of the phone. (Head size is 2.5mm)

Use the smallest Torx screwdriver or another small poking tool and push into the hole on the SIM card slot. The plastic SIM protective piece should pop out quite easily. Put that plastic piece aside.
Once both screws on the bottom are removed, and the plastic SIM protective piece is removed, gently push on the outside of the screen. The screen should become separated using little force. And should like the pictures shown once complete.
This step may be easier to remove the battery first, but it is not mandatory.
Place the spudger tool or flat plastic tool on top of the ribbon cable to avoid damaging it when prying up on the metal clip.
Use a plastic opening tool, or gently use a small metal flat-head screwdriver to pry up the metal clip. (It is recommended to use a plastic tool; However, if the opening tool does not work or fit into the small opening underneath the clip, use the flat-head.)
Once the metal clip is removed, gently pry up on the ribbon cable connection, located underneath the metal clip you have just removed.
Prerequisite step: Back panel removal Use the T4 torx screwdriver to remove the 3mm screw (diameter of the head is 1.5mm) fastened to the metal clip, holding the battery in place.
Using the plastic opening tool, pry up on the metal clip holding the battery in place. Completely remove the clip.
Use a plastic opening tool. Start on the right, and gently lift up on the copper strip. You do not have to completely remove the copper strip, only enough so that the connection to the battery is visible.
Use a plastic opening tool or spudger, and gently lift up on the connective piece.
Use a plastic opening tool at the bottom of the battery and gently lift. The battery should lift out easily.
Prerequisite guides: Back panel removal, Battery Removal Use the plastic opening tool to gently lift up on the connective piece attached to the volume, camera, and power button strip.
Flip the front panel on its side with the strip you are working on facing upward.
Use a spudger tool and starting at the top, gently pry the button sensors up.
Slide the tool underneath the strip and pry up the next button sensor.
Do this down the line until the strip becomes completely detached.
The power strip should look like this fully detached.