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Hi at all,

I search a LCD screen or all front parts assembled from N950 grey prototype device.

Look grey one:

http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/684916N950vsproto.jpg

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Did you google on the red letters printed at the back of the lcd, there must be some part nr, model nr written somewhere
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dude, we can't find the regular N950 screen, and you want a screen for the PROTO N950?.... Good luck
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Quick reply...

All front parts assembled? Dream on, you are more likely to find a grey prototype N950, all parts assembled, than just front parts of it assembled.

LCD panel? Looks virtually identical to the "usual black" N950's LCD panel. To be sure, read the red letters, and look them up, until you figure out the "part number" or something of the LCD panel.

Most likely, you will only find Chinese sellers. For N950 LCD screen I found only http://www.mobilephone-spares.com/No...D-Display.html

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Originally Posted by Wikiwide View Post
Quick reply...

All front parts assembled? Dream on, you are more likely to find a grey prototype N950, all parts assembled, than just front parts of it assembled.

LCD panel? Looks virtually identical to the "usual black" N950's LCD panel. To be sure, read the red letters, and look them up, until you figure out the "part number" or something of the LCD panel.

Most likely, you will only find Chinese sellers. For N950 LCD screen I found only http://www.mobilephone-spares.com/No...D-Display.html

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So there is really someone selling N950 screens?!
Is this with or without the digitizer.

If it's without: how can we deattach the screen from the digitizer?
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not that easy I was considering doing this but I dont want to thrash it all

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not that easy I was considering doing this but I dont want to thrash it all

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What if we can find the digitizer as well?
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Okay.... I only have experience with dissembling N900, not N950.

LCD panel was easy to separate from digitizer, but the digitizer itself was firmly part of the front assembly.

[Edit]Ok, so capacitive digitizer is glued to LCD. Okay... Then replacing LCD might be equal to replacing whole front assembly ? Again, I haven't dissembled an N950, yet. [/Edit]

So, if you need to change the digitizer, you will likely get a black N950 front, given availability of grey-silver parts?

For nice, high-resolution photographs of black N950 ;-) Provided by Nokia, copyright reserved:
https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/repor...27LJPRM-680%27

Unfortunately, in internal photographs they did not attempt to separate LCD panel from touch-digitizer.

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Okay.... I only have experience with dissembling N900, not N950.

LCD panel was easy to separate from digitizer, but the digitizer itself was firmly part of the front assembly.

So, if you need to change the digitizer, you will likely get a black N950 front, given availability of grey-silver parts.

For nice, high-resolution photographs of black N950 ;-) Provided by Nokia, copyright reserved:
https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/repor...27LJPRM-680%27

Unfortunately, in internal photographs they did not attempt to separate LCD panel from touch-digitizer.

Best wishes.
Seems like that you do not know about capacitive touchscreens are GLUED on the LCD screen. Only experienced people or with special devices can separate them without breaking the digitizer.... Check out YouTube for videos like on the iPhone.
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I wouldn't call it special devices but a simple heatgun would do it. Looking at the internal photos I'd say it should be quite easy however I don't think I am exprerienced enough to say I'd do it with a 100% success rate.
 

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