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  1. shigh's Avatar
    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.
    2011-10-22 10:07 PM
  2. i.Annie's Avatar
    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.

    /Thread moved to hardware
    2011-10-22 11:47 PM
  3. Cowboy's Avatar
    Sort of what annie said depends on your skill level and what "difficult" means too you.

    If you need some help or need it done for you hit me up
    2011-10-23 02:23 AM
  4. shigh's Avatar
    Thanks guys! I youtubed it and since its not in the actual display im gonna wait.thanks again.
    2011-10-23 03:04 AM
  5. Cowboy's Avatar
    np if it bugs you to much let me know and i can fix it for you
    2011-10-23 03:13 AM
  6. shigh's Avatar
    Cool will do!
    2011-10-23 03:24 AM
  7. shigh's Avatar
    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.
    2011-10-26 09:19 AM
  8. jolyrogger's Avatar
    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.
    2011-10-27 08:24 AM
  9. Lukemulholland's Avatar
    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.
    2011-10-29 03:05 PM
  10. s0ulp1xel's Avatar
    I know someone. His name is cowboy.
    2011-10-31 04:24 PM