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If You Are Installing A Screen Protector Such as The Zagg Invisible Shield

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by BetterMost, Jun 3, 2010.

  1. BetterMost

    Thread Starter

    Do not attempt to install a case on the handset for at least TWENTY FOUR HOURS no matter what type of case or the edges will get lifted or damaged. Let the protector settle and set first.

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  2. bunnymud

    bunnymud Well-Known Member

    how about putting it in and out of a holster within the 24 hours....not a good idea?
  3. effluent

    effluent Android Enthusiast

    I'm going to put Ghost Armor on it. Figure I'll get the phone and play with it all day..then install before bed. I'm nervous about it, never installed one of these and looks hard to me..I mean it has to be perfect for example to line up with the tiny hole for the front cam! Yeesh! I won't be putting it in a case though.
  4. I installed the Zagg Invisible Shield full-coverage kit (including the sides), used a hair dryer on low on it for about 5 minutes to cure it, then put it in my jeans pocket and went out clubbing for 4 hours. It's still fine 5 days later and is attached nicely at all points including the round corners at the back.

    My only very slight issue with the invisible shield is outside in full daylight it is more reflective than the normal screen so even on highest brightness the screen is hard to read with polarized sunglasses on because of the glare. Way better than previous phones where I could barely see the screen at all with polarized sunglasses on though.
  5. dvrcowboy

    dvrcowboy Newbie

    Forgive me if I sound ignorant but when installing a zagg sheild on the rear of the phone should this be done with the back removed due to the placement of the moisture indicator so close to the batt. door edge
  6. jgangsta

    jgangsta Member

    yes you wanted to be very careful of that
  7. thearch1tect

    thearch1tect Newbie

    i installed a zagg and put a body glove on it afterwards and dont have any problems .. i think its actually better to put the case on since it compresses the edges down so it sits better .. personal preference i suppose
  8. jblazea50

    jblazea50 Well-Known Member

    you're supposed to remove the battery while you install it

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The HTC EVO 4G release date was June 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 8MP camera, 512GB RAM, Snapdragon S1 processor, and 1500mAh battery.

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