why change ASF material on Z ultra?
Sk this makes me very sad but i can't be sad about it as it is ENTIRELY my fault, so i got a z ultra eventually fell in love with it's the design everything, it was my baby as i already own a z1 i had already planned to peel the anti shatter proof film off it just makes it look cleaner with no logo, my z1's film was as simple as that to peel off.
i had also managed to scratch this film when writing on it with a pen AS you are supposed to do, anyway i expected a quick and easy carefully push a needle under then drag as easy as that.
When i tried i got a big chunk that i was able to use to peel it off, so i tried then it just dissappared i wonderd what happaned, so i kept on trying untill i finally managed to discover that the film litterally breaks into pieces as i had already begun the freak of nature operation i couldn't stop.
So i spent over 4 hours carefully pushing a needle under every bit of film not breaking it, once i was done i was faced with IMPOSSIBLE glue so i started panicking, but i read aceton does the trick so i asked my dad if we had it we didn't but he had a different slightly stronger color removal solution, so i used it and the glue came off quite well the screen was shiny after getting most of it off but the edges (too scared to go there as this stuff melts plastic)
Anyway i cleaned my phone with a tiiiny bit of soup and some fairly warm water, good as new untill i noticed with horror that i had managed to make 3 small tiiiiny line scratches only visible under a light and when the screen is off.
So here comes the panick, i wish i didn't do this i really do, but how was i supposed to know they changed this? and how the heck do you scratch a dragontrail glass screen using a normal needle, i did use some moderate maybe hard force and slowly scraped the screen but there was a huge layer of glue ontop of it.
I feel like crying but i DID not know, makes me think sony did this just to punish people removing this film