On the front side of the phone above the camera eye you can carefully (either with your fingernail or a small screwdriver) pry the plastic apart. Once you have the top apart a little bit work your way down each side, once the top and sides are loose you can slide the cover up and off. Once open ther will be a green board around and over the lcd, remove two small connectors on the top and one small one on the bottom underneath the board. When the green board is off look on the sides of the LCD and you will see four points securing it into the phone, carefully pry out on each of these and you can then remove the LCD. Replacement is reverse. Good luck.
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if the device is fully charged then the screen will need to be replaced this can be difficult to do at home but you can do it with tools made for cell phones and buying the lcd that is compatible for the device
do one thing sir just open up the screws which is at the backside of the phone, and check out the connecter with the main chip of ur phone, if it is a lug out connecter than plug out the old one and plug the new one, with the screen as well there is are screws, which u can open up while changing the screen and than try, if u face any kind of problem while replacing it than consult with the NOKIA CARE.