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-I've just finished one of these, and it didn't go well. The way they've designed these things you have to use a lot of force to get things off and on--it's not at ''all'' as easy or nice as screen replacement on a Galaxy S3, for example. The new screen cracked the minute it got put on.
+I've just finished one of these, and it didn't go well. The way they've designed these things you have to use a decent amount of force to get things off and on--and it's not at ''all'' as easy or nice as a screen replacement on a Galaxy S3, for example. The new screen cracked the minute it got put on.
I used the youtube video above and he seems to have skipped over a few little things, like making sure the little metal earpiece gets back in, etc. But it's a good general guide. You will definitely need a heat gun, or an iOpener.

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I've just finished one of these, and it didn't go well. The way they've designed these things you have to use a lot of force to get things off and on--it's not at ''all'' as easy or nice as screen replacement on a Galaxy S3, for example. The new screen cracked the minute it got put on.

I used the youtube video above and he seems to have skipped over a few little things, like making sure the little metal earpiece gets back in, etc. But it's a good general guide. You will definitely need a heat gun, or an iOpener.

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