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By spiderjerusalem, Senior Member on 23rd April 2014, 12:47 PM
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16th August 2014, 09:16 AM |#21  
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Hey guys

I've just bought one of these cases for my Galaxy Tab 4. There's a clear plastic cover on the inside of the screen protector which seems to me that it should be removed, so I did. Now I'm wondering if it was meant to be left on. What do you all think? Is it just there to protect the actual screen protector during manufacture and transit, or is it actually part of the screen strategy?

16th August 2014, 06:42 PM |#22  
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Originally Posted by Tikerz

I haven't had any issues with the touchscreen, but I have a glass screen protector. Loving this case so far. Very well made. Way better than my Otterbox Commuter.

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same here.. i took out the screen protector and bought the thin glass screen protector and its perfect. i actually preferred this than my previous case which is the gold spigen slim armor.
the only issue i have is sometimes i leave my phone charging and when i take the cable out, the flap that protects the port takes time to go back to the original position. i sometimes have to hold it in place..
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