1. callen10#AC's Avatar
    I like using them and I've had a clear one here since day 1 but I was wondering if anyway has used the anti-glare protector that comes with the pack from Sprint?

    Which so you prefer?
    09-27-2011 12:38 AM
  2. 1BadHEMI's Avatar
    The anti glare one is crap! It will make your screen look like a turd. Stick with the clear ones!
    09-27-2011 09:46 AM
  3. johntd's Avatar
    Phantom Skinz just released the Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch clear screen protector. Phantom Skinz |Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch, cell phone skins, screen protectors, cases, covers, shields, full body protection
    09-27-2011 12:22 PM
  4. TheMacs's Avatar
    Any others that are of decent quality out there? LOVE the screen, don't really want to cover it up, but need to take care of it.
    10-03-2011 11:27 AM
  5. sramse05's Avatar
    Do all of you find that the screen protector is necessary with Gorilla Glass phones? Curious get everyone's thoughts given Gorilla Glass toutes their scratch resistant features.
    10-03-2011 01:55 PM
  6. expertzero1's Avatar
    everything scratches....... everything breaks...

    just slap on a screen protector..

    i bought xtreme guard one off ebay.. should be here any day

    bought some ezguard 6 pack for 99 cents lol, complete crap,
    10-03-2011 02:00 PM
  7. dat's Avatar
    Do all of you find that the screen protector is necessary with Gorilla Glass phones? Curious get everyone's thoughts given Gorilla Glass toutes their scratch resistant features.
    I scratched my bare screen yesterday slipping my phone into my pocket and grazing a jean rivet (dumb of me not to switch my dedicated phone pocket to my left pocket sooner). It's a long scratch, most of the length of the screen. Disappointing that that's all it took to scratch the Gorilla Glass. Granted it's not a bad scratch, one that would be more noticeable if it was regular glass. The scratch is only visible if I look for it with the screen off and holding the phone at a certain angle to light, but it bugs the heck out of me that I know it's there. It's funny that the scratch bugs me way more than the finger print trails that are way more prominent. I guess it's cause I can easily clean those off, while I can't easily fix the scratch.

    I had a ZAGG Invisible Shield protector before. I didn't like the tacky feel, and was hoping it would be ok leaving the screen bare and smooth since it was Gorilla Glass.

    Going to order an ultra crystal Steinheil protector mentioned in this thread: http://forums.androidcentral.com/epi...g-touch-3.html. Hopefully the protector glue will fill in the scratch enough to make so I can't see the scratch at all anymore, so I can forget about it and stop obsessing.
    10-03-2011 03:07 PM
  8. onthehunt's Avatar
    I like Boxwave Crystal Clear screen protectors. I've used Boxwave on several phones and the screen protector holds up very well. The surface is smooth as glass and finger scrolling is very easy. Visibility is exceptional. Very easy to apply and if you don't get it lined up just right the first time, it is easy to remove and reapply. I highly recommend Boxwave.

    Samsung Galaxy S ll, Epic 4G Touch ClearTouch Crystal - Glass-like clarity Samsung Galaxy S ll, Epic 4G Touch screen protector and enhancement
    10-03-2011 10:33 PM
  9. arieljanae19's Avatar
    im using a skinomi skin protector and its prpetty good. How it feels i know it will stand up to some scraping but how the material is if i press my nail into ot i can see a dent but wats amazing to me is that it heals lol
    10-03-2011 10:44 PM
  10. dr_elusive's Avatar
    I had a Zagg on my pre, and after using the cheap protectors from the sprint store on the ET4G i can tell you that i am going to go back to the Zagg. It is more expensive, but the sprint one tends to peel up at the edges, and glares badly in the sun. Not a fan. I much prefer the Zagg.

    10-04-2011 02:32 PM