Microsoft Lumia 535 With Broken Touch Screen




Lumia 535 RM-1090 / RM-1091/ RM-1089 / RM-1092

How to full disassemble the phone and change /replace broken touch glass, LCD screen, loudspeaker / buzzer, earpiece, etc.

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Step 1:

- Turn off the phone and remove the battery and any SIM and memory cards.

- Use screwdriver Torx T4 and remove the 9x black screws.

- Use a plastic pick or other plastic tool to separate the rear bezel.

Step 2:

- Disconnect:

  1. Touch screen flex cable
  2. LCD Display flex cable
  3. Charging Dock board flex cable
  4. Coaxial antena cable

- Remove the 2x Torx T4 screws.

Step 3:

Lift the board from the LCD flex connector side and remove it.

Step 4:

- Remove the LCD flex rubber.

- Put scotch tape on the glass to prevent it from shattering.

- With a hair dryer or heat gun and warm the glass to soften the adhesive.

Step 5:

- Use a cutter or other tool with a sharp edge and start the separating from the bottom side. When you make enough room, continue the operation with a plastic tool.

- Work slowly and do not force the frame with the display too much.

- If necessary, warm again the glass with a hairdryer.

Step 6:

- Put adhesive tape 2mm on the digitizer glass.

- If you can, order the digitizer glass together with an adhesive tape. The replacement is easier.

- Install the touch screen and start with the reassembling.

!!! There are different versions touch screens. The version is printed on the flex cable !!!

CT2S1973FPC-A1-E, CT2C1607FPC-A1-E

Step 7:

That's all.

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    9 Discussions


    3 years ago

    How do I know what screen to use?

    animesh m jha

    3 years ago

    do you have any instructables for Lumia 1520

    yeah it does I fix them for people. but I charge a hole lot less nether the less it's. very helpful and fun☺


    3 years ago

    Hi, idid exactly the same as in the video, but the screeb doesnt respons to it, i have both touch screens, both of them do not respons, can you help me with that plz.

    3 replies
    electric guyhelpfixplz

    Reply 3 years ago

    it's the way u pluged it in before I would no I fix them for a living☺


    Reply 3 years ago

    There are different versions touch screens:


    The version is printed on the flex cable.


    Reply 3 years ago

    Wish I had read your Instructable before buying the screen and attempting the transplant. the model numbers do seem to make a difference in the operation. I have to go look for the correct version.

    Thanks for the extra information. Cheers