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    Otterbox screen removal

    Is there a way to remove the plastic screen from the Otterbox so you can see the Razr screen only but still keep the Otterbox?
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    No help here but I'm going to find out today..........I want to do the same thing and will let you know what I do...........but I think it will need to be cut out..............

    r/ George
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanKlein2 View Post
    Is there a way to remove the plastic screen from the Otterbox so you can see the Razr screen only but still keep the Otterbox?
    I just kinda popped it out, I have the ZAGG installed on the phone and the OtterBox one interfered a bit. I took the front cover off and just pushed the screen protector toward what would be the back, there's a sticky glue strip you have to kind of peel off afterward but other than that, no problems at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harleytwostar View Post
    No help here but I'm going to find out today..........I want to do the same thing and will let you know what I do...........but I think it will need to be cut out..............

    r/ George
    You won't have to do any cutting. ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by meatloaft View Post

    You won't have to do any cutting. ;-)
    How do you separate the two plastic halves
    What tool do you use
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanKlein2 View Post

    How do you separate the two plastic halves
    What tool do you use
    I use my fingers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanKlein2 View Post
    How do you separate the two plastic halves
    What tool do you use
    Yeah I use my fingers, easiest to start at top right, the big lugs are attached to the bottom. I didn't pay attention when I put it together and tried using a pocket knife, it didn't work out so well. Besides the large lugs, there are other snaps you will see on the sides. A fingernail in them works well once you have a corner popped apart, just work your way around. Good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by meatloaft View Post
    You won't have to do any cutting. ;-)
    Yep, thanks! Came out easier than I thought and really makes a big difference overall. I removed the stock screen protector and had a different stick-on one installed at kiosk at our local mall. Put the case back together and wow it's way nicer looking. Thanks.

    r/ George
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    Glad I could help! I've also read that people would get sand/dirt/etc. behind the OtterBox screen protector. I prefer the one that STICKS to the screen. ;-)
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    I decided not to remove the Otterbox protector screen. If I break the LED screen, the company will ***** that I'm responsible. It's a company phone.

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