1. stalemate1's Avatar
    Is there anything that works?

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    03-23-2014 12:48 PM
  2. dancing-bass's Avatar
    Cheapest: buy dry-apply screen protectors from eBay.
    More expensive: buy tempered glass screen protector from eBay
    Most expensive: buy replacement screen+display, either replace it yourself or have a shop do it for you.

    As for getting rid of them? you're stuck with them. There is no way I've seen to get rid of them. Sorry!
    03-23-2014 01:21 PM
  3. Illustrator Joe's Avatar
    Any attempt to actually get rid of them will more than likely make it worse.

    ಠ益ಠ
    dancing-bass likes this.
    03-23-2014 01:40 PM
  4. Ealevenish's Avatar
    Cheapest: buy dry-apply screen protectors from eBay.
    More expensive: buy tempered glass screen protector from eBay
    Most expensive: buy replacement screen+display, either replace it yourself or have a shop do it for you.

    As for getting rid of them? you're stuck with them. There is no way I've seen to get rid of them. Sorry!
    +1

    I've had various smartphones in the last 6 years. With and without 'Gorilla glass'. Never with a screen protector. Yet I never had any scratches on the screen. Smudges plenty, but scratches none!
    But then my phone is always protected by a silicone bumper case so that the screen never touches e.g. a table's surface when it's upside down. Also the phone is never in a pocket together with items that can scratch, e.g. keys, coins, etc. Disposable tissues are the scratchiest stuff that ever touch the screen...
    That m.o. works, evidently.
    03-23-2014 06:20 PM
  5. stalemate1's Avatar
    Cheapest: buy dry-apply screen protectors from eBay.
    More expensive: buy tempered glass screen protector from eBay
    Most expensive: buy replacement screen+display, either replace it yourself or have a shop do it for you.

    As for getting rid of them? you're stuck with them. There is no way I've seen to get rid of them. Sorry!
    Will a screen protector cover it up nicely and hide it? Sorry, never tried. Do you recommend a mat screen protector or original?

    Sent from my GT-I9100 using Mobile Nations mobile app
    03-24-2014 12:56 PM
  6. dancing-bass's Avatar
    Depending how deep the scratches are, most screen protectors will hide them completely.

    Personally, I prefer regular screen protectors on my phones and matte/anti glare for tablets. Buy a cheap pack of each and see which you prefer
    stalemate1 likes this.
    03-24-2014 04:10 PM

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