15 minuten - 1 uur
Screen was already cracked and worked fine for awhile, but then I dropped it on the cement and she hit face first and started flashing solid white lines down the middle of the screen. She wasn't usable after that. :(
It took me about 20-30 minutes just because I was trying to be so organized and careful with the tiny screws and I didn't want to crack the brand new screen or rip the cables. It went so great though, I am proud for doing it all by myself. Patience is key. The hardest part was the suction cup part, I had to use more force than I thought I would. After I got that off, the rest was a piece of cake. Just follow the guides/videos. I did wish there was a video of how to reassemble the parts. I found some on YouTube, but they were not as good as one from this site could be.
I seriously don't know what I would have done if I didn't just spend the extra ten dollars and get the screen WITH the front camera and home button. It was a lot less nerve-racking taking the old ones off knowing I still had the new ones. It's just $10 and goes such a long way. Again, patience is key. Don't rush yourself. And after, give yourself a pat on the back. It feels good to fix a phone without any help. :)