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How do I get all the bubbles out after applying my screen protector


Use a hard edge like your drivers license or credit card. Work them slowly to the edges.
Next time use an alcohol wiper on the screen just before you apply the protector. This will help with removal of the bubbles.

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Remove air bubbles from cell phone screen saver


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.

Nov 20, 2014 | Ericsson SCREEN PROTECTOR MEXXPROTECT...

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How to apply screen protector?


The screen should be cleaned thoroughly with an alcohol pad leaving no lint/dust. Then peel the back of protection screen off halfway, line up the peeled part on screen to your liking then use a credit card to push towards the end you haven't peeled yet while pulling the remaining backing and pushing the credit card from middle to edges.

Aug 30, 2014 | Ericsson SCREEN PROTECTOR MEXXPROTECT...

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Tablet Smartphone how can i replace screen protector without air bubbles like Pro does ?


1) Make sure device screen is ABSOLUTELY clean.
2) Make sure your hands, and workspace are also clean and lint free, then DOUBLE CHECK #1 above.
3) The pro's use a "wetting" solution to settle the protector onto the screen but NOTE ! wetness is generally bad for electronics !, so " a little, is good. More is NOT better!"
4) A small plastic squeegee is usually included with any "quality" protector kit. USE IT GENTLY! move the squeegee from the center toward the edges, pushing excess solution or bubbles as you go. Excess pressure stretches the protector and causes bubbles to form as the protector settles.
5) Once the protector is bubble free, in the correct place, and not hanging over the edges. LEAVE IT ALONE 'TILL IT DRIES AND SETS.

NOTES If your protector is one that uses an adhesive coating to hold it in place, DON'T TOUCH THE ADHESIVE SIDE WITH FINGERS (or anything else for that matter) because that's what makes dimples that trap bubbles. This process is proof of the saying "You only get one chance to do it right the first time!". If after the process is complete, and if you find there are still bubbles, you may try again but the likely chance of removing and replacing the same film without damaging it is very small. Fortunately, protector screens usually aren't too expensive (compared to the price of a damaged phone/tablet). Good luck!

Apr 16, 2014 | Tablets & eReaders

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Screen leaking sticky liquid


Yes...the liquid is toxic. LCD solution can be highly toxic and ought not be touched. I would definitely put it somewhere where your cats can't get close to it, and bring it to a repair shop.

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How do you get bubbles out of iPad screen protector?


To lift the protector off one edge of the display, place a sticky tape on the edge of the protector and then pull on the sticky tape to lift off the protector.
Lift the screen protector from one edge, peel it back to the last bubble then re-fix the protector in place by slowly apply pressure across the proctector as you push the protector onto the display making sure no bubbles forms between the display and the protector.

Dec 28, 2011 | Apple iPad Tablets & eReaders

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Touch screen is not working. would like to know how to access phone from keyboard also unlock


If you can see a heat or moisture bubble underneath the screen's plastic protection cover then that is probably the problem. I used my fingernail to lift the plastic screen cover enough to get air underneath and the bubble collapsed. After that the touch screen worked again. You may need to push the bubble to one side of the plastic near an edge of the screen if possible. I wish I had known all this before I paid to get a new phone sent to me. I went to the Sprint store and called HTC and they were no help. You would think they had seen this happen before.

Jun 04, 2011 | HTC Touch Pro2 Smartphone

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Otter case for iphone has bubbles on the clear case


If you do have an "impact" series case for the 3G/3Gs, then it should simply be a matter of reapplying the clear film and being certain to flatten it slowly from one corner with a hard edge (credit card, etc...)

If by "clear case" you actually mean you have a "defender" series case, rub the phone's screen against your cheek. Get a good film of your natural skin on the screen and place it back in the case. The oil will separate your phone's screen from the case and cause for less bubbles.

Feb 20, 2011 | Apple Otter Box Impact Case 1943 For...

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Black screen bubble getting larger


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