September 21st, 2013, 04:44 PM
Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Penna. USA
Device(s): Galaxy S4
Carrier: AT & T
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I'll try to answer:
1-Luckily it went on great, had 1 tiny bubble that went away
after a day. Instructions from Spigen actually say to give it time
for bubbles to remove themselves.
2-I use the scotch tape method. I line it up exactly as I want.
Put 2 tiny strips of tape on right side with both covers still on protector.
Then when it is perfect, remove the back strip and slowly apply right to left.
This method works for any protector, been using this tip for years.
3-This is the best part of the glass protector. I think it is actually
better than the naked screen. Very good with fingerprints and silky
smooth with the swiping, etc. Like I said I was totally amazed and ease
and the feel of these protectors. Downside was price. $34.99!!!!!
Yeah, you don't want to screw up on the installation, I would be pissed
if I screwed up on the installation.