Agreed, depending on the situation staples or screws are quite an appropriate solution to the situation but if you're talking about typical screen type speaker covers which are removable you definitely need to go with glue or at the very least with very small staples.Speaker covers?? For a speaker cabinet?? Screws... Or staples... They hold it tight.. Glues can leave a mess unless you're experienced like the Fox^^
I guess I'm the Dweib because I couldn't fully understand why someone would ask about speaker covers on that thread but I trend to give people the benefit of the doubt. Also, I don't know of any other example where someone had been gluing on a speaker cover on their phone. Since I do speaker repair (home audio system speakers, that is), I made the faulty assumption that's what you were referring to.This is the HTC One thread right? At least that's what this crazy tapatalk says. I assumed we were all on the same page here.
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Well this is exactly what I meant. Confusion on steroids.If you refer to the link I provided a few comments back, he references what he ended up going with. I'll provide a couple pictures taken from said thread, for your viewing pleasure.
Since I don't know anything about this type of repair, It would probably help if you read through his original thread and that would likely give you a better idea of how to proceed with offering your expertise on this matter.
(It might not be a bad idea to merge these two threads in order to avoid any future confusions? What do you guys think?)
I agree 100%. This should have adhesive on it and I wouldn't want to use anything in the way of adhesives inside my phone that the manufacturer or a reputable supplier hasn't already tested. Take the white waxed paper off and it should be self-adhesive.I would think that something like this would come with an adhesive already on it.. Peel the white wax paper and position it and stick it on..
I would say merge them as well. So no one else chases their tail... Like we have.