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Re: Ghost Armor Matte backing
Sorry for taking a while to get back I'll try to answer a few questions
It comes with pieces for the NFC cover, kickstand, both bottom pieces and the upper portion of the front above the glass (basically to cover all the aluminum). I didn't put the other pieces on because I liked the look of it with just the top on. Though I might try the other pieces to see what they look like on the phone. It actually feels really good in the hand. The matte finish feels slightly grippier than the bare aluminum but much closer than the glossy back did.
My question is does it cover both the top and bottom of the device. If so, is there a reason you didnt put it on (ugly, didnt match, etc.) I seriously wanna buy this. Also, how hard was it to install, easier than an invisibleshield or what?
The install was very similar to prior invisible shield installs I've done and the XO skin screen install I did on the same phone. You can take the cover off and apply the skin so that you don't have to worry about getting the internals wet, which is the route I'd actually recommend.
Yep that's my XPS 15 I bought last year. I love the thing. The 1080p screen is beautiful.
Tad off topic, but that's a Dell XPS that your evo is on right?
I believe it was on XDA that I read about someone who sanded the back down with 600 grit and it came out looking very close to the original aluminum look. I'd be too worried I'd mess it up though so I took the easier, if not more expensive, way out.
Wonder if you could simply sand the cover to give it a matte look... Would be a total PITA to work around the lens tho.
[HL]Stay tuned because I'm going to put the rest on later today and update this thread with new pictures. [/HL]