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Support heyy galaxy S 2 users!!dont u think the oily glass is getting rough?

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  1. deepanjanbabai

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    heyy galaxy S 2 users!!dont u think the oily glass is getting rough?:)
     

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    Errrr.... no! :D
     
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    Wash your hands?
     
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    You can get this with all touchscreen devices, glass or even with screen protectors, but yes, washing your hands once and a while is probably a good idea. :D
     
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    Mine is beautifully smooth and as delightful as the day I bought it.

    I do really think that the feel of this screen is the best of any I've ever used. My wife's new iPad 2 (birthday present a few weeks ago from me) also has a lovely screen which is a lot better than my work iPad (1) but I still prefer the SGS2 screen. The oleophobic coating is fantastic - I've never needed to use a microfibre cloth to clean it whereas when I had an iPhone, I used to carry one around all the time so that my phone didn't look like it had been dropped in a chip pan.
     
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    Wipe your screen occasionally with a microfiber cloth and try to use it with clean hands as possible.

    There was a customer of mine who wants a refund, because his touchscreen doesn't work anymore. It was covered with dirt, dust and (not exaggerating) buggers.
     
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    I do hope you mean burgers!
    Bugger is a very rude expression in the UK! ;)
     
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    Oh sorry, in US it's spelled booger. Bugger is the common spelling here.
     
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    Oh, I think you mean bogey! As in what you get after picking your nose!! I thought you meant dirty hands after eating a BigMac!
    Disgusting!
     
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    It was probably the Y U NO guy
     

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