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Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Nexus' started by ftajeffrey, Feb 6, 2012.

  1. ftajeffrey

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    As with my moto D1, i droped it within 48 hours. Was never an issue with the D1, but now my monkey glass has a scar. Darn it! Can't seem to buff it out...
     
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    monkey glass? lol

    I've heard that clear nail polish works, never tried it though.
     
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    Lol @ monkey glass. And yeah I had my Droid 2 naked for months and months and still not a single noticeable scratch on it. After having my Nexus about a month I've got one noticeable scratch right in the middle of the screen :( (I baby my phone). I've heard it may be the non glare coating that scratches easily?

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