Introduction

This repair is very easy and will only take 20-45 minutes.

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  • Back comes apart easily

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Image 1/2: Under the tape there is a hidden screw. Image 2/2: Under the tape there is a hidden screw.
  • Peel the tape from left to the right.

  • Under the tape there is a hidden screw.

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  • Take these screws out, and remember organize your screws so you know where they are going when you are putting the phone back together.

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  • Turn the phone on its side and there are two (2) more screws that needs to be taken out.

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Image 1/3: The green arrows indicates where the cable is, so be careful Image 2/3: The green arrows indicates where the cable is, so be careful Image 3/3: The green arrows indicates where the cable is, so be careful
  • Be careful of the top left corner of the phone, the connecting cable is sitting there.

  • The green arrows indicates where the cable is, so be careful

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  • disconnect the two connectors here: Green, and Red.

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Image 1/3: Top two arrows indicate Camera, and chip. Button arrow indicate the way it is easiest to get the cable off. Image 2/3: Top two arrows indicate Camera, and chip. Button arrow indicate the way it is easiest to get the cable off. Image 3/3: Top two arrows indicate Camera, and chip. Button arrow indicate the way it is easiest to get the cable off.
  • Carefully remove the cable.

  • Top two arrows indicate Camera, and chip. Button arrow indicate the way it is easiest to get the cable off.

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Image 1/1: Do not fear, it is not attached by a cable but only glue.
  • The speaker comes out really easy

  • Do not fear, it is not attached by a cable but only glue.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Nick Flor

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Guys your awesome. I just replaced a cracked screen and it only cost me the price of a new one.

Ron Hudson - Reply

I'm happy to help, please let me know if there was any step that was hard to understand.

Nick Flor - Reply

Hi guys microsoft lumia 640 front screen cracked where can i have it replaced plz

Delmark Lawrence - Reply

With the ease of replacing these screens and the availability of the part you could attempt it yourself as it is a simple process and a very rewarding one at that!! :) :p

Cory Hibbin -

thanks nick, do you have a picture of the device without speaker and ready to reassembling?

Labartsara Sara - Reply

Sorry for the slow resonse, I can try look around and see, however the speaker can easily come out and in. I mean it des not have to be there, it just sit there with glue

Nick Flor -

Ok. Ho iniziato ora devo continuare

Paolomontuori - Reply

you stopped short of showing me how to replace a new screen!

Clayton Moss - Reply

Do the steps in reverse :)

Nick Flor -

I would love to say I. can replace the shattered glass screen on my Lumia 640 phone, but can't. Don't want to purchase another, love my phone. Question! Where can I take it to get it fixed? It's a must! Susan thanks for any info

papadoulis - Reply

do we need to buy the digitizer or simply the glass when the glass is broken and the phone is totally dizzy. only graphics are coming , no letters / visual in the screen

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