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    How difficult is it to replace the front glass cover on an iphone 4(s)? It took a nose dive off my car and is cracked a little.

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    Youtube it and see if it looks difficult to you. Everybody's definition of "difficult" is different.

    If anybody you wanna ask it's Cowboy, he's done a few housing swaps I believe.

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    Sort of what annie said depends on your skill level and what "difficult" means too you.

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    Thanks guys! I youtubed it and since its not in the actual display im gonna wait.thanks again.

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    np if it bugs you to much let me know and i can fix it for you
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    Cool will do!

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    What kind of "special skills" and "techniques" are we talking about? Its like the game operation right? Dont touch the sides!! I watched a vid. Seems like a lot of pieces to keep in order is all. Either way i believe i MEntioned i was gonna wait.

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    Here is a tip to keep your parts in correct location. Get a piece of printer paper and a piece of packing tape. Place the tape on the paper so the sticky side is up. So when you pull screws/parts out stick them on the tape and write the location for them next to it on the paper. This helps me out so I don't have screws rolling around the place if you make sudden movements while working.

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    Steady hands and patience are a must. You should never rush a fix. Ensure you have all the correct tools. I use a rubber mat to place all my screws on so they don't roll around anywhere.

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