Originally Posted by IceDragon59
I specifically didn't buy a Skinomi for this phone like I had for my previous phones because I read that people were having trouble not getting the liquid into the speakers. If you think about it, it makes sense, and I'm not going to take the chance I would have the same problem. I haven't read about that specific brand causing problems with the touchscreen, but I know cheap ones definitely can affect sensitivity.
Did any liquid get in the speakers during the application process? Does your phone have the slight gap
in the side like several phones do? It's possible the liquid could have gotten in there and could be affecting the touchscreen.
Thus far I'm not having any issues with the touchscreen with my dry application iSmooth screen protector
. *knock on wood*
I figured out my problem was an app I had loaded.
No problem with water as I waited 5 minutes before applying the application....
Thanks for your response as I learned from it.
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