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    Is there anywhere where you're able to buy parts for the Lumia 920 at all? Like a replacement shell for the phone, not a case. Or even a screen if you can replace them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eXiilez View Post
    Is there anywhere where you're able to buy parts for the Lumia 920 at all? Like a replacement shell for the phone, not a case. Or even a screen if you can replace them.
    Check eBay. Others have pointed to this site, but I have no idea how reliable they are: Nokia Lumia 920 Replacement Parts
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    In Germany, there is an online shop named gerry-mobilfunk.de which has spare parts for many phone models. I already ordered some parts for other phones there, for example my old N8 and service and shipping was always good.

    Tehy have parts for the Lumia 920, too: Nokia Lumia-920 RM-820 RM-821 Handy Ersatzteile kaufen Display,Lautsprecher,Mikrofone...
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    So to be clear, if I got a nasty scratch on my phone and wanted to replace the glass I only need the $46 digitzer not the entire LCD assembly?
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    There's nothing on eBay in my country at all except for cases for the phone. The website looked alright however, the screens looked to be stamped with at&ts logo.. My phone is from Australia and we don't have that and my phone isn't stamped.
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    Did you buy the whole LCD or just the dgitizer?
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    I saw someone mention this on xda before.
    Nokia Repair Parts - Nokia Lumia 920 - Parts4repair.Com

    They have full screen assembly right now. But they will have shells soon-ish I believe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erzhik View Post
    I saw someone mention this on xda before.
    Nokia Repair Parts - Nokia Lumia 920 - Parts4repair.Com

    They have full screen assembly right now. But they will have shells soon-ish I believe.
    Ordered my screen with Digitiser from them today so we will see how long it takes to get shipped and what its like....
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    Replacing the shell looks like an incredibly delicate process :-/. Anyone know of any shops here in the U.S. that'll do the labor for you? The top corner of my yellow 920 just got scuffed/chipped pretty noticeably :(
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    hi how much would it cost to replace a nokia lumia 920 screen?
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    what about the touch screen + digitizer?
    Nokia Lumia 920 Touch Screen Digitizer Replacement
    is it genuine or an aftermarket one?
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    Replacing the shell is not tough at all. I was really nervous about doing it but I did it in under 30 minutes---and it only took that long because of an over abundance of caution. I tried so hard to get a cyan 920 but was unable to get one through ATT or online for over six weeks and finally just got a black 920. Bought a matte cyan OEM housing here: New Blue Matte Housing Cover Case with Sim Tray for Nokia Lumia 920 | eBay

    and followed a YouTube video which provided step by step instructions and the swap was pretty simple, even for me--I'm not the most adventurous or skilled person in the world. If you're thinking of doing this, don't think it's overwhelming--it isn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hasasimo View Post
    Replacing the shell looks like an incredibly delicate process :-/. Anyone know of any shops here in the U.S. that'll do the labor for you? The top corner of my yellow 920 just got scuffed/chipped pretty noticeably :(
    Replacing the shell is not tough at all. I was really nervous about doing it but I did it in under 30 minutes---and it only took that long because of an over abundance of caution. I tried so hard to get a cyan 920 but was unable to get one through ATT or online for over six weeks and finally just got a black 920. Bought a matte cyan OEM housing here: New Blue Matte Housing Cover Case with Sim Tray for Nokia Lumia 920 | eBay

    and followed a YouTube video which provided step by step instructions and the swap was pretty simple, even for me--I'm not the most adventurous or skilled person in the world. If you're thinking of doing this, don't think it's overwhelming--it isn't.

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