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Nokia Lumia 1020 Disassembly Teardown - Assembly - Camera - Battery & Case Replacement

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Learn how to teardown the Nokia Lumia 1020 to replace the screen, camera, battery, case and other internal parts. You will also learn how to re-assemble your Lumia 1020 after installing your new parts.

Below you can find the parts to repair your Lumia 1020
Screen Assembly WITH Frame:
http://www.repairsuniverse....

Screen Assembly without Frame:
http://www.repairsuniverse....

0:48 Skip Intro
2:18 Battery Removal
4:15 Main Camera
4:48 Mainboard
6:21 Headphone Socket and Earpiece
9:24 Rear Camera Cover/Flash
Screen Replacement http://goo.gl/DwKb1Z
DIY repairs will void any warranty but may save you £$

Shot up close with a Panasonic HC-X900 and a Shure Microphone PG42 USB
My studio setup http://goo.gl/BpjKdc

I'm not ignoring you or being rude if I don't manage to reply to your question or comment.
I'm receiving 1000's of messages each day and I'm finding it impossible to find enough time to reply to them all.
I was spending more hours each week answering all the comments than I was making these videos.
I promise to read every comment and sometimes reply and will take on board any feedback or suggestions.


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Learn how to teardown the Nokia Lumia 1020 to replace the screen, camera, battery, case and other internal parts. You will also learn how to re-assemble your Lumia 1020 after installing your new parts.

Below you can find the parts to repair your Lumia 1020
Screen Assembly WITH Frame:
http://www.repairsuniverse....

Screen Assembly without Frame:
http://www.repairsuniverse....

0:48 Skip Intro
2:18 Battery Removal
4:15 Main Camera
4:48 Mainboard
6:21 Headphone Socket and Earpiece
9:24 Rear Camera Cover/Flash
Screen Replacement http://goo.gl/DwKb1Z
DIY repairs will void any warranty but may save you £$

Shot up close with a Panasonic HC-X900 and a Shure Microphone PG42 USB
My studio setup http://goo.gl/BpjKdc

I'm not ignoring you or being rude if I don't manage to reply to your question or comment.
I'm receiving 1000's of messages each day and I'm finding it impossible to find enough time to reply to them all.
I was spending more hours each week answering all the comments than I was making these videos.
I promise to read every comment and sometimes reply and will take on board any feedback or suggestions.


Links referencing parts in this description provide me credit. Thanks for your support :-) Show less
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