Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by benuk, Jun 24, 2010.
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yeah after 4 posts i'm gonna send a stranger money via paypal.
so how many posts does it take to make forum users your lover
I will be rich soon, what with all those
Zagg seem to think they're still available: ZAGG | invisibleSHIELD | HTC Desire Cases, Screen Protectors, Covers, Shields, Skins, Invisible Shield
either way they are absolute shit - got mine off play.com and after half an hour of trying to install it I threw it in the bin - waste of time
Not exactly sure what you were doing with yours but mine and the OPs (I assume) went on fine
Yeah, I only installed the back and side and it went on ok.
I got one for my old phone - a Nokia 5800 - and installed it easily enough. Problem was, it kept getting bubbles under the surface, it had a deep gash when I tested it with my nail (but was fine being scratched with keys and a butter knife ), it looked like crap in sunlight and it really made the LCD on the phone look dull.
The foolproof method, I found, was to make sure that the shield, and your fingers, are completely wet. Then slide it on, and squeeze out the liquid.
I have to say, though, that despite their claims that it is indestructible, mine does have a lot of marks on it.
Yes, I agree. Just to make sure, I applied mine with the phone submerged in the bath. Excellent job. No bubbles at all. You wouldnt know it was on. However for some reason the phone has stopped working?
You just need to insert a straw through the headphone jack and suck hard. I found that improved the reception significantly.
I had one & hated it, I replaced it with an HTC screen protector.