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Drax01

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Yup I see it. Thats why i have to put my finger though my phone to get it to work sometimes. I use a screen saver that is 10mm thick and is slicone backed. I was told that it would work with a touch screen. Also my phone was a repop so that small mark on it is on there screen saver LOL. Looks like ill be pulling it off LOL maybe it will work when i tap on it LOL
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Never take out your screen protector then you will break the screen sensivity.



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heeeey.... you did it... you brought us 16m colors.... lets see howscrech resident is the screen....

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Couple of days since screen protector was removed, looks damn good... No scratches yet, feels better, used a non amonia based glass cleaner, waaaay nicer... touch sensitivity is better..

Thinner saver on order n wil test and edit next week once I get it installed.

If you have a year old phone, replace that screen protector... it makes a ton of difference!!

Best regards and thank you to Id10t for the tip!!

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I think its funny all you guys have been flashing roms for how long now and you just now discover the stock screen protector from Sony? Rofl. This info has been known for a long time. I guess its always good to review old info. Btw, be careful peeling as its been claimed that the touch sensors are in the screen,so watch what you're peeling, I never had a response issue so I never took mine off. According to some it is a Shatterproof film "that more than likely holds the glass together in case of shattering. A film like this holds the pieces together, and stops them from falling out in case of a shatter."

http://forum.xda-dev...creen+protector

http://androidforums...out-screen.html

Edited by highaltitude, 17 August 2011 - 12:28 PM.

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<br />I think its funny all you guys have been flashing roms for how long now and you just now discover the stock screen protector from Sony? Rofl. This info has been known for a long time. I guess its always good to review old info. Btw, be careful peeling as its been claimed that the touch sensors are in the screen,so watch what you're peeling, I never had a response issue so I never took mine off.  According to some it is a Shatterproof film &quot;that more than likely holds the glass together in case of shattering.  A film like this holds the pieces together, and stops them from falling out in case of a shatter.&quot;<br /><br /><a href='http://forum.xda-dev...creen protector' class='bbc_url' title='External link' rel='nofollow external'>http://forum.xda-dev...rotector</a><br /><br /><a href='http://androidforums...out-screen.html' class='bbc_url' title='External link' rel='nofollow external'>http://androidforums...een.html</a><br />

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I agree with u there, ive never really had ny touch issues n the onli reason i took mine off on my 1st handset was too see wot the hoopla was all abt (i have a new 1 now n left the factory screen protector on), buh i wud rather have a safe x10 than risk damaging the sensitive screen. oh n thanks for the links mate, very useful.

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