1. Lefank's Avatar
    After two different glass screen protectors and always having the bottom right side bubble I tried a cheap super shields regular plastic protector and it works perfect... I've seen the other posts on this and just wanted to complain real quick but I'm good now with my plastic screen cover. ☺👍 thanks for reading and I promise not to post anymore annoying posts... Oh and this phone friggin rocks!
    Aquila likes this.
    11-30-2015 08:00 PM
  2. Aquila's Avatar
    Thanks for sharing! lol On my Moto XPE my kid apparently ninja star'd it and the glass screen protector had no damage to it whatsoever while the screen was completely busted, top to bottom. My 6P hasn't arrived yet, but I already have my case, screen protector, chargers, etc, etc.
    Orlando Caceres and Lefank like this.
    11-30-2015 08:05 PM
  3. Trigati's Avatar
    No, they don't. But since they're rigid (but will flex), if the phone screen isn't completely flat, they won't lie flat. The plastic film style protectors will lie flat because they're not rigid at all. I've got no problem with any of the glass screen protectors on my devices, including my 6P.

    As long as you have one that you like, though, that's what's important. Any screen protector is going to keep the factory coating protected, which is one of their most important functions IMO.
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    11-30-2015 08:06 PM
  4. Lefank's Avatar
    Yeah makes sense... I along with a bunch of other people must not have flat screens in the bottom corner... Oh well
    11-30-2015 08:14 PM
  5. Aquila's Avatar
    On the AMOLED screens I really like using matte screen protectors, which don't seem to exist in glass yet. I've been using glass on my Nexus 6 and it looks good, but I always wonder if I'd like it matte more.
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    11-30-2015 08:18 PM
  6. mattsican's Avatar
    Mine had issues at first with the corners for a day or so but I just kept pushing it down its been fine since then

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    11-30-2015 11:07 PM
  7. Trigati's Avatar
    On the AMOLED screens I really like using matte screen protectors, which don't seem to exist in glass yet. I've been using glass on my Nexus 6 and it looks good, but I always wonder if I'd like it matte more.
    I tried a matte protector one time. I left it on my device for all of 20 seconds once I saw how the texture distorted light from the pixels, giving a terrible rainbow speckle appearance. I've *never* used a matte protector since. Fortunately, I bought it and had it installed at BB, so they returned it and didn't charge to install a different protector (this was back in the day when wet application protectors were the rage and I didn't want to do my own installs).
    11-30-2015 11:09 PM
  8. Aquila's Avatar
    I tried a matte protector one time. I left it on my device for all of 20 seconds once I saw how the texture distorted light from the pixels, giving a terrible rainbow speckle appearance. I've *never* used a matte protector since. Fortunately, I bought it and had it installed at BB, so they returned it and didn't charge to install a different protector (this was back in the day when wet application protectors were the rage and I didn't want to do my own installs).
    I've had good luck with them but I've not used one in 2015, have been on glass for awhile. Sorry your experience sucked.
    11-30-2015 11:11 PM
  9. TommyZ23's Avatar
    Here's the one I put on my phone about a week ago. Works great, no issues.

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B017EE2L7O
    Orlando Caceres likes this.
    12-01-2015 12:03 AM
  10. bembol's Avatar
    Not really a fan either, I just prefer my Super Shieldz screen protector.

    SHIFT_nexus 6p
    12-01-2015 12:20 AM
  11. Halofury's Avatar
    I too got that bottom bubble, so I took a blow drier and applied heat to it... It stuck and looks flawless
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    12-01-2015 12:40 AM
  12. PaulQ's Avatar
    I have the Intelliglass glass protector - I got two because of a deal. On my first try, I had the corner issue. On the second try, I nailed it. Perfect.

    What I learned in between is you have to be careful not to let ANY of you skin touch the sticky side. I mean be careful that when you are holding the protector by the edges, the skin on your fingers that are holding the protector doesn't "bleed over" onto the protector. Basically hold it as loosely as possible. It's hard to do!
    12-01-2015 02:37 AM
  13. Trigati's Avatar
    That's true too. If you get too much finger oil or your finger sticks too hard to the adhesive, it will lose its stickiness.

    I've always washed my hands right before beginning the install, plus, of course, wipe down the screen, etc. I've also done the installs in a steamy bathroom, as that helps settle any dust that might otherwise get under the screen.
    12-01-2015 03:49 AM
  14. ezvv's Avatar
    I'm having the exact opposite feeling. After using plastic protectors on my phones since my first smart phone(back in the iPhone 1 days) I finally used a glass one on the 6p and I can't imagine why I ever wasted my money. I got this one I'm using(not sure which one. Ivisor maybe) for 7 bucks and got another one on a deal for 95¢

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    12-01-2015 09:40 AM
  15. pheatton's Avatar
    I love the Zagg on my M8 but had horrible time with them on my S6. I picked up two for the 6P, hopefully they will go on ok. Course the M8 is just a flat piece of glass with no cut outs or anything!
    12-01-2015 11:10 AM
  16. cipher28's Avatar
    I got a armorsuit brand protector for my moto g model coming next week. I might use a pair of latex gloves or some finger cots to prevent oil smudging from hands.I know if I use them, need to use distilled water or regular isopropyl alcohol to get any powder off them first. I was going to go with super cheap off brand screen protectors but thought I would give this brand a shot
    12-02-2015 04:24 AM
  17. jojoe42's Avatar
    Cannot count the number of times tempered glass screen protectors have saved my screens - and the number of times that film screen protectors have done little. I dropped my Lumia 1020 face-down with a TGSP - it shattered but the screen didn't. Whereas my old iPod touch had a film screen protector - I dropped it face down and it shattered instantly. Both were accidental by the way :P
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    12-02-2015 04:37 AM
  18. JCHAOS's Avatar
    After two different glass screen protectors and always having the bottom right side bubble I tried a cheap super shields regular plastic protector and it works perfect... I've seen the other posts on this and just wanted to complain real quick but I'm good now with my plastic screen cover. ☺ thanks for reading and I promise not to post anymore annoying posts... Oh and this phone friggin rocks!
    I got the same bubble in the same spot. Thought it was only my 6P, but I guess not. I keep pushing it down, but it won't stay. Oh well.
    pamelany80 likes this.
    12-02-2015 11:40 AM
  19. Lefank's Avatar
    I actually loved the feel of them but the bubble made me mad twice after spending twelve bucks so I should have said "I suck at putting glass screen protectors on this phone" Haha
    12-02-2015 04:03 PM
  20. jelcynek's Avatar
    Yeah, putting screen protectors on screen is a pain [lang edit by Mod]. I always made some bubbles, some for some time I am leaving this job to professionals .
    12-05-2015 08:45 AM
  21. jojoe42's Avatar
    I actually loved the feel of them but the bubble made me mad twice after spending twelve bucks so I should have said "I suck at putting glass screen protectors on this phone" Haha
    Interesting, I find TGSPs easier to put on because it's a solid pane of glass instead of a film that can flex and trap air - I've never had bubbles with any TGSPs, but with lots of film protectors.
    12-06-2015 07:55 PM
  22. DamianP's Avatar
    I've put glass screen protectors on lots of phones, no issues really. There is something odd about the 6p with the right corner refusing the lay flat.
    I have tried 3 different types of glass screen protectors that refuse to stay down in the same lower right corner.

    I like the hair dryer idea....maybe heating up the glass will allow it to give just enough...

    I'm convinced the phone isn't flat in that corner enough for the glass adhesive to stick.
    No issues with film protectors on the same phone.
    12-06-2015 10:12 PM
  23. Lefank's Avatar
    Ok i got a new yoozon and heated it and waited to put on the case... After am hour I put on the spigen case and it stuck fine!
    12-07-2015 07:28 PM

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