1. jralabate's Avatar


    sorry about the crappy cam
    06-06-2011 01:04 AM
  2. rockneo's Avatar
    That looks awesome, and you got it on like perfect.
    06-06-2011 02:43 AM
  3. zedorda's Avatar
    Its a bloody $25 sticker?!?!?
    06-06-2011 07:55 AM
  4. jralabate's Avatar
    That looks awesome, and you got it on like perfect.
    i know right.....it was super ez to put it on also
    06-06-2011 08:15 AM
  5. rockneo's Avatar
    Its a bloody $25 sticker?!?!?
    It's a NICE sticker. xD I believe this it might've been xda where an article was featured of a guy putting carbon tape on his galaxy s.
    06-06-2011 11:05 AM
  6. jralabate's Avatar
    It's a NICE sticker. xD I believe this it might've been xda where an article was featured of a guy putting carbon tape on his galaxy s.
    No this is me

    Sent via Tapatalk using a LG Optumis V with AOSP CM7
    06-06-2011 12:12 PM
  7. rockneo's Avatar
    No I mean't another guy, same product.
    06-06-2011 01:37 PM
  8. GatorHat's Avatar
    Its a bloody $25 sticker?!?!?
    LOL

    Also, Either I need some new glasses or the OP needs to adjust the camera Focus..
    06-06-2011 01:52 PM
  9. jralabate's Avatar
    LOL

    Also, Either I need some new glasses or the OP needs to adjust the camera Focus..
    My focus is messed up

    Sent via Tapatalk using a LG Optumis V with AOSP CM7
    06-06-2011 03:19 PM
  10. bigcat73's Avatar
    How's the screen protector? I'm thinking about getting just the screen protector and kind of wondered about how it affected the touchscreen. Also, is it easy to install without getting bubbles and dust under it? And finally, is it worth the $10 on Amazon? I see it has the Lifetime Replacement Program, but still...$10 for a screen protector?
    06-17-2011 09:25 PM
  11. Sean OGorman's Avatar
    I've had a Skinomi on my Optimus V for about two months now, and it still looks new. I rarely if ever have to clean fingerprints off. I had one on my last phone that I wasn't a fan of, but it was because I put it on kinda half-assed.
    06-24-2011 11:53 AM
  12. Vishwar's Avatar
    How's the screen protector? I'm thinking about getting just the screen protector and kind of wondered about how it affected the touchscreen. Also, is it easy to install without getting bubbles and dust under it? And finally, is it worth the $10 on Amazon? I see it has the Lifetime Replacement Program, but still...$10 for a screen protector?
    There's an easy way to do screen protectors without getting crap under them.

    (1) It's best to work in an area that has no drafts or breeze. Turn off fans and close windows and let the dust settle in your workspace for a little bit.
    (2) Wash your hands.
    (3) WASH YOUR HANDS!
    (4) Dry hands thoroughly.
    (5) Assess how the pieces fit without removing any film from them.
    (6) Clean the screen with a lint-free cloth.
    (7) Skinomi and Zagg come with solution. Spray your fingertips and the protector after peeling the protective film off. If it's one of the stiffer ones that doesn't come with solution only peel back about a half inch or so from the top of the screen side.
    (8) Starting at the top, line it up with the speaker hole and the top of the device.
    (9) For Skinomi and Zagg, just roll it down, you can adjust the piece after it's down if it's still wet.
    (10) For the stiff kind, after you're lined up with the top, peel the film away while sliding a card down the protector. It's easier than it sounds.

    Here is a video showing what I'm talking about. Don't flame me cause it's an iPhone. I don't care about that, only the technique.


    I installed thousands of screen protectors when I worked for Geek Squad. Following these techniques I was the best person on both shifts in the entire store at installing screen protectors. You too can install them perfectly, every time, doing it like this.
    cmerlyn and kwakublack8 like this.
    06-25-2011 07:45 PM
  13. jralabate's Avatar
    How's the screen protector? I'm thinking about getting just the screen protector and kind of wondered about how it affected the touchscreen. Also, is it easy to install without getting bubbles and dust under it? And finally, is it worth the $10 on Amazon? I see it has the Lifetime Replacement Program, but still...$10 for a screen protector?
    it is the best one i have ever had so far. it goes on super ez and does not scratch ez. I have had it for almost a month now and it still looks great. so i say buy you one...
    06-25-2011 09:54 PM
  14. bigcat73's Avatar
    it is the best one i have ever had so far. it goes on super ez and does not scratch ez. I have had it for almost a month now and it still looks great. so i say buy you one...
    I might have to try it out in the future. I bought a 5 pack of the cheap ones on amazon and they seem to be alright. I'll check out the skinomi if I ever go through these cheap ones.
    06-25-2011 11:38 PM
  15. zires's Avatar
    I followed the same video and installed perfectly on my optimus v. The cheap ones from ebay. Also installed a huge one on my friend's ipad 2.
    07-01-2011 12:56 PM
  16. chucksaysblah's Avatar
    skinomi is the best screen protector out there. I bought a used optimus v with a couple of serious scratches on the screen and after applying skinomi they disappeared completely . whereas before with the cheaper ones an air bubble was always present at the spot of the scratch. i guess the solution filled the scratch or something .
    Vishwar likes this.
    04-17-2012 06:57 PM
  17. Sean OGorman's Avatar
    Likewise. I removed my original Skinomi because I didn't want a screen protector anymore, then once the scratches started piling up, I bought one and you can't see them anymore. I put one on my tablet to try and mitigate the amount of fingerprints, its definitely more difficult to get one on a large screen.
    04-19-2012 09:53 AM
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