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Invisble shield hard to apply, TIPS?

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20th November 2008, 12:30 AM   |  #1  
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I had it on my herald and it went on easy and looked great. Putting it on the fuze its alot harder and it looks pretty bad, i got the full protection, but just screen coverage alone gave me alot of issues.

Any tips?
I followed the instructions carefully
22nd November 2008, 04:13 AM   |  #2  
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Did you watch their youtube videos? They have them on their website. I have a feeling (waiting for mine to arrive) that this will not work out for full protection. I should have watched the videos earlier.

You have to seriously molest the shield to make it attach to the corners. There is a penalty for spending too much time or not enough time on molding it. There is also a penalty for finger oils, too much liquid, not enough liquid, blah blah blah. This is no Shamwow!

I will try to record me putting it together on mine for the first time so we can share in the fun.

Their videos are like step 1...step 2...step 154,987...hahaha

I love knowing that we are about to spray a plastic product with a bunch of liquid and then adhere it mere millimeters away from the warranty voiding pink water sensitive tabs.

Man, Im a negative SOB on something I have never tried. Sorry Zagg I will correct myself if needed.

Perhaps I should have gone with one of the brands I used for my 8125 or my x61tablet.
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Can someone who has applied an Invisible Shield to a Touch Pro/Fuze, please post a good quality, up close picture of how it looks after installation? I have looked at their site, but all the pics as fairly small.
I would really appreciate it.
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Saved for pictures of install.
24th November 2008, 06:41 AM   |  #5  
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Saved for pictures of install.

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i installed mine 2 days ago and at first i was like ****ttttt cause it had lots of bubbles and looked just awful but they do work themselves out and now i have only one that has coninuously gotten smaller but of course its right in the path of sliding in tf3d hopefully it moves out as well
havent tried the back yet
25th November 2008, 01:02 AM   |  #7  
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You should all return your InvisibleShield and buy a real full body kit with BodyGuardz.

Way better then the crap you get from Zagg and BodyGuardz give you 2 full kits.

http://www.bodyguardz.com/HTC_Touch_...tctouchpro.htm
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You should all return your InvisibleShield and buy a real full body kit with BodyGuardz.

Way better then the crap you get from Zagg and BodyGuardz give you 2 full kits.

http://www.bodyguardz.com/HTC_Touch_...tctouchpro.htm

Umm, but what about the PTT button? Doesn't look like there's an opening for it.
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Umm, but what about the PTT button? Doesn't look like there's an opening for it.

According to InvisibleShield there doesn't have one either. Just had a buddy of mine order one from them. All they have right now is the TouchPro. I guess just wait it out until they have with the PTT already cut out. I am going to modify mine when I get it. I'm not that picky about it. Just trying to save people the trouble of ordering from Zagg. Probably the worse customer service I had ever experienced.
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I just ordered a full body kit from ghost armor, it should be here in a few days. Any one ever used it? I assume they are all about the same as far as installation. I have just the screen protection from body gaurdz right now, it has a lot of drag on the screen (stylus doesn't slide very well)
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