The Nokia Lumia 830 is an economical smartphone developed by Microsoft Mobile.

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Can LCD and glass (Digitizer) be separated on the Nokia Lumia 830?

If the glass of my Lumia 830 it's broken but the LCD works perfectly can I just buy the digitizer (Glass) instead of all the display part (Which is much more expensive) and replace it?

For example, in the Lumia 1020 you cant do this because the LCD and digitizer are fused together.

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hi Guys. I have the same problem.. I broke my Lumia's 830 glass and I totally dont know what to do. I found one service who does the repair with some special machine and tools but.. I am affraid about the results. Please help... : (

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Hi.yes its possible but you need preheating machine and some wire and UV glue...so if you never did it before i dont recomend its much better to buy complete LCD it is a litlle bit more expensive but at least you will be sure that its ok...:)

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yes its very possible.. you just need to heat up the complete Digitizer and the LCD screen to separate them apart.. you may use hair dryer to to heat up the edges of the compete assembly (to weaken the glue) then separate them apart (just have to be careful not to over heat them) ...

apply the heat from the top, thus on the Digitizer...

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Of sure you can do it but i really don't recommend it.

The glass is glued to the LCD with a LOCA glue (it's a UV sensitive glue) so you need specific instruments to disassemble it from the LCD.

Actually you need:

  • high temperature air heater
  • cutting wire
  • a new glass
  • a new LOCA glue
  • an UV lamp (the one for the manicure is perfect)

Personally, I did the same work for an old Samsung GS3 and i really had some troubles disassembling the glass from the LCD (the LOCA glue is SUPER STRONG so you need to heat the surface A LOT).

MY advice is to spend some money and buy a pre-assembled LCD+GLASS module

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