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front glass getting unglued.

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By Pannam, Senior Member on 26th June 2014, 07:09 AM
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Hi guys!
My front glass is coming off. I am not under warranty. Have any of you faced such issue and resolved it by yourself?
 
 
26th June 2014, 07:30 AM |#2  
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Hi guys!
My front glass is coming off. I am not under warranty. Have any of you faced such issue and resolved it by yourself?

Not seen any one post with that issue on the front glass on the ZU. Think a few had this on the Z?

I would try to warm the front glass with a hear-drier and press back down, it may work...
26th June 2014, 10:04 PM |#3  
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I had that problem on the back glass of my first Ultra, like 10/20 days from day one.
I fuc*ed up that phone pretty bad software wise at the point that it didn't even boot, so they changed it on warranty, removing the problem with the glass.
Be careful with the hairdryer, because between the aluminium and the glass there's a little white or black plastic bezel, which WILL burn if you stick the hairdryer near it for too long.

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Thanx guyz
Well the hair dryer solution seems to work. The glass is back in its place. Been two days and so far so good.
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