Replaced my teenager's iPhone screen. Of course he dropped it while reading and walking at the same time. D'oh!
I should have posted about 9 months ago when I did this. The directions are great, the part was a perfect replacement. Took about 30 minutes and the new screen was in and working fine. The connectors are very difficult to line up, so just take your time, don't force things. Do this when you haven't had a lot of coffee and you are relaxed. Organize your screws when you take them out on a white piece of paper oriented with the brackets in relationship to a phone drawn on the paper.
I give it 5 out of 5. Saved me some d'oh and dough!
No problems following the directions. They are explicit. Worked perfectly on power up. Yea me!
Don't be in a hurry, don't drink a bunch of espressos before doing this. Go very slowly. Put all your screws down on white paper in orientation where they came out. Go very slowly opening the phone, It takes a little bit of force, but once it starts to open it will pry open just fine with a plastic smudger. The cables pop off easily but are difficult to get lined back up. Be careful of the connector next to the battery that sits near the 3 you'll remove, it may pop off too when you remove the battery. Getting the battery out is a PITA. Get the back of the phone HOT before trying to remove it. I found that using a pair of eyebrow tweezers worked great for getting that clip back on the home button connector.
I give it 5 out of 5. Bravo! Saved me a bunch of d'oh and dough.