Hey , I've Got A Nokia N95 And Last Week I Broke The Screen So Need To Replace , When I Slide Up The Phone To Take The Front Cover Off , The T5 ScrewDriver Won't Undo The Screws , I Think The Screws Have Been Rounded , Or I'm Using The Wrong ScrewDriver , If It's The ScrewDriver Please Tell Me What One I Should Be Using OR If Its The Screws And There Rounded , How Else Could I Get Them Off ? Thanks
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The problem is not from a virus or a software update. It is a hardware problem, the problem is that the flex of the phone is weak, that is why it is acting that strange.What You have to do is to replace the flexi ribbon that connects the screen to the main board of the phone. To do that, please follow the steps below:
First remove the battery cover, battery and memory card. Move the
slider down and remove the two screws
Now move the slider up and remove the two screws at the top of the
Run your fingernail along the edge of the join of the front cover to
You should now have the front cover removed. The keypad should be
loose as well.
Flip the keypad part back to access the ribbon which connects the
LCD to the phone.
The screen is attached to the circuit board by a ribbon which attaches like a plug and socket. Simply
lift the connector up to unplug it.
Take off the screen,
Disassemble the rest of the phone to be able to gain access to the back of the socket where you disconnected the screen from,
It is the relay ribbon that is the flex,
Replace it with a new one and reverse the process to reassemble the phone back together.
That is how to replace the flex, after fixing the flex, the phone will work perfectly fine once agin. Hope this helps. Thank You for using FixYa!!!
First remove the battery cover, battery and memory card. Move the slider down and remove the two screws you see.<br />Now move the slider up and remove the two screws at the top of the phone.<br />Run your fingernail along the edge of the join of the front cover to unclip it.<br />You should now have the front cover removed. The keypad should be loose as well.<br />Flip the keypad part back to access the ribbon which connects the LCD to the phone.<br />To remove the ribbon, flip back the metal hinge and then simply pull the screen back and the ribbon will be released.<br />Pull the LCD in the direction like you are sliding the screen up.<br />You can now replace the screen.<br />Reverse the whole procedure for reassembly.
your cellphone is fine. Its the strip which needs to be replaced. actually the strip connects the LCD and the navigation keys. U might have noticed sometimes your navigation keys also don't work. get your strip replaced n your cellphone will be fine again. slide up the phone and you will see 2 screws at the top. get these screws removed and replace the strip and also do change these screws after the repairing.
if its blank you have to replace the lcd screen with a new one.
sometimes it maybe a flex cable problem which occurs in some slide phones.
at mobile phone repair stores, the cost of an original lcd screen replacement is usually $150-$200, though sometimes an original lcd screen may not be fitted into your device but rather a hong-kong made one which is similar to the original but is less brighter and a little less sharper.
if you take it to a nokia care centre to replace the lcd screen you may have to pay over $250.
you can just buy an lcd screen off ebay, replacing the lcd screen yourself isnt hard with the tools provided. you just have to take the ribbon cable from the old lcd screen and insert the new lcd screen and plug in the ribbon cable for it.
the reason for original Nokia n95 8Gb lcd screens being so expensive to repair/replace is that it is also the same lcd screen used for the Nokia N96.
1. Slide the phone upwards and remove the two screws. 2. Slide the phone the other way and remove the other two screws.
3. Using a plastic pryer, remove the front cover.
4. Lift off the ribbon cable off the lcd screen carefully and remove it from its holding (keep it in a safe place for installing it later on)
5. Using the plastic pryer, lift off the back cover off the phone. 6. Unscrew the 4 metal screws to take off the top part where the power button is and the bottom part where the battery/usb part is.
7. Install the housing and put everything back in order.