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# 248926 16-Apr-2019 13:37
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How much is just a glass panel?


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  # 2218195 16-Apr-2019 14:06
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It's over 6 years old and Windows phone is dead.

 

But looks like about $20 on Aliexpress


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  # 2218197 16-Apr-2019 14:11
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Windows Phone received an update over the weekend. It's not dead yet!

 
 
 
 




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  # 2218198 16-Apr-2019 14:15
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Even if it were dead the phone would still work right? I just love the size of it, hence a big fan of the s10e, flat and moving in the right size direction.

But if love to get this working again as it makes a sick phone when Im out diving as its so small.


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  # 2218200 16-Apr-2019 14:16
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Some of the infrastructure will be shut down next year, but the phone will continue to work.



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  # 2218268 16-Apr-2019 14:55
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SirHumphreyAppleby: Some of the infrastructure will be shut down next year, but the phone will continue to work.

 

Thanks mate, what kind of things will it lose? Will i still be able to use maps, browse the net and most importantly make calls?

Looks like easy fix https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Nokia+Lumia+620+Screen+Replacement/25289

 

Where did you find that cheap screen replacement?


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  # 2218271 16-Apr-2019 15:03
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TeaLeaf:

SirHumphreyAppleby: Some of the infrastructure will be shut down next year, but the phone will continue to work.

 

Thanks mate, what kind of things will it lose? Will i still be able to use maps, browse the net and most importantly make calls?

 

 

There is some information here... https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/18/18188054/microsoft-windows-phone-windows-10-mobile-end-of-support-updates

 

 

A March EOL has been given for backups of settings. Everything else appears to be continuing until an unspecified time in the future, although I'd expect it to be sooner rather than later.

 

 

Everything already on your phone should continue to work beyond EOL.

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