Well, the touch screen doesn't work. I think it's the digitizer, which means that I'll probably have to buy another one. But this time not from ebay.
Hardest parts: #1: getting the screws back in #2: getting the paper off of the adhesive #3: heating up the glue to get the glass off (not hard, just took longer than I expected #4: putting the cables back in
Edit: The phone does boot past the apple, just can't get the touch screen to work. Reading in the comments, I noticed mine doesn't say Apple on the digitizer cable. It says APPIE. This could be the problem, since the digitizer is what makes the touch work.
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