The title makes this step seem easier than it actually is. You must be very careful not to damage any components as you're trying to wedge the tool between the bottom edge of the screen and the phone. This step will take some time as you will need to apply a good bit of pressure to lift the screen. If necessary, you may use the suction cup provided to get a good grip on the screen. Since my screen is damaged, the suction cup was pretty much useless.
I used the small flat head screwdriver to gently lift the edge of each ribbon cable. There are three different cables that must be removed in order to completely remove the broken screen. Once you've removed them, set the screen upside down. We will have to remove a few things from the broken screen.
There are three screws securing a protective shield over the back of the front facing camera that must be removed. Remove the cover and make sure to keep these pieces together.
This is a step where you will have to pay close attention to how this assembly is put together. You may have to use a flat head screw drive to help lift where parts are secured by adhesive. Once you've lifted the entire assembly including the plastic camera cover, set it aside.
There are two screws securing the plate behind the button. Once the plate is gone you will have to remove the piece to the right of the button secured by adhesive. You can use a flat head screwdriver if necessary. After removing these pieces the button should pop out the back. Set this entirely assembly aside.
You will have to be very cautious and precise to position the camera properly. Begin by placing the plastic cover followed by the camera. You can place the cover on now or wait until after you've positioned the metal plate behind the screen.
This step will require some patience. Position the cables in place and then apply a little bit of pressure until you feel them snap into place. You shouldn't have to press too hard, so move them around until they are in the right place.