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Discussion in 'Huawei Nexus 6 Accessories' started by bkdodger, Oct 27, 2015.
Being it is that close I might just pay square trade $69.
on second thought, how long.... let me read through the hauwei repair site
@Jonny Kansas, last question, what is the link for the repair for hauwei, not seeing it on their site.
on 3rd thought I'm paying square trade
Service Repair - Display Repair for Nexus 6P
They gave me the link over the phone. I called first. Idk if the link was specific to a screen repair, or specific to my personal case. You go to the link they provide & pay, then provide that order number & the original order number from purchase (since I ordered direct from them) via email, then they process the order & you have to call them again to verify the SN & IMEI.
It's 10-14 days turn around from the date they receive it, just like the back glass was. I was hoping since this one is on my dime, it'd be a bit faster, but not a big deal since I have the Note for backup now.
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Well, my phone should be back on Monday. Went ahead & ordered a 2 pack of the SuperShieldz. I'm still not crazy about the idea of a screen protector, but I figure I should at least give it a try. We'll see how long I actually use one...
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Had mine on since day one. Can't tell it's there.
Good to know.
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I think you'll be happy with a tempered glass SP. They provide great protection without the any of the issues you find with film protectors.
Good luck! Hopefully you won't have any more problems with this device!
Found a couple scratches today. Wonder if they would have scratched the screen?
You know, if the tempered glass got scratched, I'm going to say with relative confidence that the Gorilla Glass would have scratched too. Better to have the easily and inexpensive screen protector get scratched than the actual screen for sure.
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My wife looked at me like I was nuts when I told her I ordered a couple protectors. She knows all too well how I feel about the idea of them.
But, like I told her, for $8 for 2 of them, if I don't mind them and they offer that much more protection for my phone, it's well worth giving them a try.
I can't say that I've ever actually used a glass one on any of my devices. Last one I tried was the plastic type, so I may be being unfair by swearing ever type off altogether. Now, I just have to wait for the stupid UPS facility to open at 3:30 so I can get my phone back that's been there since around 1am Saturday. Would've been nice if Huawei gave me the option to pay a little extra for Saturday delivery.