Thank you Sophia, very good guide. I just wanted to add more information to Step 5, 6, 7, and 8.
Step 5 - Disconnect the rear camera from motherboard, gently lift ribbon towards the top. This will help release the thin black tape covering the top left screw holding the bracket. I peel it back just enough to access the screw.
Step 6 - Gently lift the rear camera from the frame avoid touching the camera lens.
I reversed parts of Step 7 and 8.
Step 7 - You will destroy the bracket. The bracket and lens are crimped or pressed together somehow, as stated in the guide. The next step I modified; press out the rest of the broken glass in the lens. Then as in step 8 press the lens from the inside, outward to break the crimp.
Step 8 - Lift out the bracket, it may still be attached.Use heated air to remove the black foam square from the old bracket and reuse for the new bracket.
To repair, I'm still looking for the best way. I carefully used super glue to place the lens and bracket in place.
Remove four 5.9 mm Philips scews as indicated:
There is one somewhat hidden screw on the left side under the screen hinge, and one to the right of the (left)speaker, right/top side of the video port on mobo
There are two similarly positioned screws on the right side.