Keith Currams: Excellent video, great clear instructions. Just followed along at home and have a functioning screen again. May yet regret using cheap double sided tape though, did not watch video through before disassembling phone. So far so good!
Keskivertomies: T9? It should be T6.
Trent Lancaster: T9, T9... Why don't show in pictures what means your T9 and other? Why should I know wtf is t9??
Haryplober: Thanks for the video.I've replaced my screen.
Lisa Duffy: Thanks so much - new screen for my phone all done by me in half an hour - for 6 quid for the screen and frame off ebay - even got the proper tools included!! I would just say to anyone trying this, go easy on the middle three screws when putting them back in, one of mine broke at the end with tightening too much - still works fine though :)
Bobby Villaplana: Sir, i would like to ask a little favor, can you please make a video on how to replace the "screen" on nokia x2 dualsim. because im having problem installing mine. thank you in advance.
MidAtlantian: Hi, Thanks for your quick response!
Yes, it is certainly a problem with the proximity sensor. But it is not as simple as you describe. I've had each of these three phones apart several times. I've tried different digitizer screens - from different suppliers, tried cleaning the sensors and the inside of the screen - through the apertures for the sensor, tried pads to force the sensor more tightly into place. Nothing does it. I consistently get a black screen once I've dialed. There must be some underlying problem, or the problem would not be so consistent. I've observed that some of the screens I have have the apertures very slightly different, and thought that might be it, but each of the positioned screens fail in the same way. I had one "professionally" repaired, which seemed an easy job for them, but they won't tell me the secret!
MidAtlantian: I've done this with three phones. The job is a very easy one and is a success, EXCEPT, in every case, I end up with a black screen as soon as I've dialed. I must be doing something consistently wrong, but I have no idea what.
El Lomas: Excellent instruction, just fixed my phone for a fiver! Cheers
George Megila: thanks boddy
athresh kumar: it helped a lot but what did you applied to stick the glass that white one please help me anyone . my email@example.com
Akos Farkas: Thank you very much for this video. I was able to fix my son's 820 for 1/3 price! and your British is music for my ears:) Greetings from Budapest.
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mithu86: Thanks Champ. Awesome guide.
felixjsify: Amazing, thanks very much for that I had no idea it would be that easy! Twice have paid €100 for the shop to do this, this time I paid about ten British pounds to get the new digitizer and the screwdriver set was €12. Lucky didn't have to do the gluing thing. That second ribbon to plug in on closing it was a funny one, bend backwards to get to the plug..
Anibal Josué Zamora: sorry, do you know if the replacement is as good as the original?
Rdfs Bzs: Good video. Just replaced my digitizer using this one. I do recomend to order digitizer with the frame , so you can just replace it without the gluing and glass seperation part. Thumbs up!
Rolqueo: After replacing screen with frame I can't turn my phone on (nothing happens no sound,no vibration). Any solutions? Thank you
Greg Doull: Thank you for the video. Clear concise instructions enabled me to change the broken screen on my 820. I had watched it first and took your hint to to get a screen with frame already fitted. Greg
imad3v: Thank you for the video ! Small comment: I had to use a Torx T6 (instead of T9).
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