5 - 30 minutos
My dad's not a phone, I THREW IT ON THE GROUND!!1! I liked the mosaic that the critical hit left on my screen but it started messing with my lightning rounds on bejeweled... SO... I needed a new screen. And while I'm tearing my phone to little bitty pieces why not throw a new battery in there?
Easy would be the wrong statement to make here, but it really wasn't too difficult with the guide. Without the guide likely I would have a pile of screws and phone parts. It was a little nerve racking but follow the instructions step by step, and you absolutely must separate and label each and every screw and piece you take out, this is somehow only a "hint". This is likening the sign at the zoo warning you to not climb over the tiger fence as a "hint". It took me about 1.5 hours, the worst part was the dripping sweat as I looked at the opened cadaver of my phone strewn across my table. I had the shakes as I pressed the on button, this was either due my recent up take on Yummy Face brand bath salts or the dread that I wasted money finishing off my phone instead of just getting a new one. This was exasperated by my lack of backing up my phone before operation. The only thing I found which may be unique to the screen I got, the top button side frame mount was ever so slightly off center, just screw that one in first (not all the way, until you get all the other screws in) and you'll be golden.
Slow down Mcguiever, label the screws or you'll be screwed. I'm kinda handy, and I like fixing crap; but honestly nearly any knuckle dragger with a 6th grade education could accomplish this project, and go on to a position in congress.