1. dmsbang's Avatar
    do not rub any cloth other than microfiber on the plastic screen...as I used my shirt and it left light abrasions that could be seen in the right light...a quick fix was finally putting a good screen protector on which made the light marks not visible...you could also replace the screen frame/cover ($35-$40) which is a hassle...i use both bold and torch

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    01-20-13 02:15 AM
  2. josh74's Avatar
    do not rub any cloth other than microfiber on the plastic screen...as I used my shirt and it left light abrasions that could be seen in the right light...a quick fix was finally putting a good screen protector on which made the light marks not visible...you could also replace the screen frame/cover ($35-$40) which is a hassle...i use both bold and torch

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    Where would I go about getting a new screen frame/cover? Mine is beat the **** up.
    01-20-13 06:22 AM
  3. dmsbang's Avatar
    it is called a replacement digitizer...
    http://www.repairsuniverse.com/black...placement.html

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    01-20-13 08:49 AM
  4. ultra07's Avatar
    I put a Zagg screen protector on mine the day I got it for that very reason.
    01-20-13 10:33 AM
  5. DaedalusIcarusHelios's Avatar
    That must be how I got some very fine scratches in the screen. I have a microfiber cloth I've used from my PlayBook, but the plastic screen doesn't always clean up easily. So I think I must have scratched it trying my shirt or something.
    01-20-13 04:28 PM
  6. III 4U2NV III's Avatar
    I thought screen protectors were given. When I sent my phone back for replacement [that I got 9/2011], I almost forgot to peel the screen protector off.
    01-20-13 10:01 PM
  7. rickkel's Avatar
    I used Ghost Armor on mine and you can wipe it with anything you want to - it won't scratch. My screenstill looks like brand new. It covers up any scratches you have on your screen currently too - the main reason I had it installed.
    01-23-13 01:34 PM
  8. koncoberry's Avatar
    Do acknowledge that 98650/60 sceen is made in plastic, not glass like iphones
    01-24-13 08:43 AM
  9. dmsbang's Avatar
    is bold 9930 gorilla glass?

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    01-25-13 07:01 PM
  10. axllebeer's Avatar
    is bold 9930 gorilla glass?

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    No. It's is a hardened glass but not officially Gorilla Glass. I never used a screen protector on my 9930 and never had a scratch on it however.
    01-27-13 09:56 PM
  11. prithvi64's Avatar
    I also use screen guard from the day one. my 9860 is around 18 months old and its screen is as responsive as it was new. I clean screen almost everyday with wet microfibre cloth and then with dry cloth.

    I put a Zagg screen protector on mine the day I got it for that very reason.
    01-28-13 02:36 AM

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