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Thread: Verizon Wireless Screen Protectors

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    I joined this forum just to say I am experiencing the same problem.

    It ruins the clarity of the screen and leaves a pixelated effect making the screen useless. It also uses a thicker material for which I assume is the non-existant anti-glare.

    I was also somewhat annoyed that it actually didn't cover the whole phone.

    I would try to return but its not worth the hassle.

    If anyone knows a brand that protects the whole screen and makes the phone usable please pass the name along.
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    the ones at www.seidio.com are the pretty good, I have used them for years.
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    The Verizon screen protectors are anti-glare...at least the one I had installed on my DX is. I'll keep that on there until I get one by Zagg. Something is better than nothing...
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    is the zagg 100% clear?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fahrenheit View Post
    is the zagg 100% clear?
    It is. I just recently had the Verizon replaced with Zagg and the difference is like night and day.

    When/if you get it - please pay attention to the instructions or listen to the person that puts it on....Give it 24 hours to clear up on it's own - it will.

    I had the full body put on - did not like it at all, and I removed it. I kept the screen protector itself, just removed the rest of it and there was no sticky residue.
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    Same Propblem with Screen Protector

    I have the same problem with the screen protectors for Droid 2, however my daughter has a Droid and I tried one of her screen protectors and it is perfect. The screen protectors for Droid 2 makes your screen act weird also, Verizon on their website tells you about it, but when yo go into the store they don't say anything.

    This is the notice on Verizons website:
    Touch Screen Settings - Motorola Droid 2 (A955)
    The Motorola Droid 2 (A955) uses capacitive multi-touch technology. Screen calibration is not supported at this time.
    The capacitive touch screen requires your skin to touch the screen. If you are using a screen protector your screen may not work as designed.



    So try the protectors for Droid , PART# MOTA8553PKSP. You don't have a problem with the screen either and its cheaper $12.49 verses $15.99.

    Have a Good Day everyone.

    Piper210
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    The Verizon anti glare ones are bad. SGP Steinheil are far superior. Challenging to apply without trapping dust though.

    Sent from my DROIDX using DroidForums App
    MAXX
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    I've used the Verizon screen protectors before.. they are better than the cheep ones.. my all time fav. screen protector is one I have now... LOVE IT

    ebay:XtremeGUARD Motorola DROID X MB810 Screen Protector

    $2.49 free shipping

    you have to dampen the X screen before you install it.. & takes overnight to dry... but it is great (IMO)

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    In for one off ebay. Will report back, and thanks for link.

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    Dunno guys....I have the anti-glare Verizon Screen Guard on my new X and the screen looks perfect to me. I appreciate the anti-glare. Maybe they improved the product?

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