Question about Ericsson SCREEN PROTECTOR MEXXPROTECT Crystal-Clear for Sony W595i, W-595i, 100% fits, Display Prote... Cell Phone
These screen savers/protectors are very difficult to apply. These bubbles can be very irritating and so to get rid of them, try taking a credit card as you are re-applying the screen. It this doesn't work, I'm sorry to say but there is not much else you can do.
Posted on Nov 21, 2014
Peel off or otherwise remove the screen protector, spray the adhesive (sticky side) with glass cleaner, then reapply the protector and use a credit card to roll out the air bubbles.
Posted on Nov 20, 2014
Unfortunately this type of screen protector is notoriously difficult to apply. If you just applied the protector and the bubbles are small, then DO NOTHING. Wait until tomorrow and likely most, if not all will.have disappeared on their own.
First off, if the above is not your situation or is otherwise unhelpful, then you're going to have to discard that protector. This protector is not designed to be put on with water or another liquid. Doing so can actually cause more bubbles.or could damage your phone if you are not careful.
Removing it and replacing the protector just doesn't work. So take it off, throw it out and take a fresh one out of the pack.
Preparation is important. Clean the area you're going to work and the glass of the phone screen thoroughly. Finish off with a quick wipe of rubbing alcohol applied with a lint free cloth. Your big enemies are lint, dust and the oil from your fingers. Use the alcohol wipe on your hands also and make sure that the shirt your wearing is lint free or take it off.
Read and reread the installation instructions. You don't want to have to stop to check them in the middle of your application.
The hardest part is lining it up correctly. Take your time. This brand doesn't allow much wiggle room, so you want to make sure it goes on straight. If it's slightly off, you have a few seconds to use a little pressure to sort of twist it into position.
Once it's down and the adhesive takes hold about all you can do is to squeegee out the bubbles from the center out towards the edge.
It should be pretty good. Remember, most small bubbles will dissolve on their own. If it's still unacceptable, swallow your pride and take it all down to a phone store and see if they'll install one for you.
And don't feel bad, I've seen a tech use three of these before he got it right.
Posted on Nov 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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