How to install a screen protector: Tips from the producer – Pickr

2021-12-14 09:50:51 By : Mr. Jack Liang

How to install a screen protector: Tips from the creator of Leigh:) Stark read my iPhone 13 screen for 3 minutes on December 9, 2021. I was reminded that I cannot install a screen protector to save my life. Can I learn how to do it? bubble. They are very suitable for children on hot summer days, blowing gum when you chew gum, and they are the cute name of a very excited puppy. When you ask, it will always give you a big smile. But the bubbles under the phone's screen protector are not very good, and will produce the frustrating growl that Ted Lasso's Roy Kent will make whenever there are any signs. The bubble under the screen indicates that your screen protector is not installed correctly and is frustrating in nature. When all you want to do is prevent the phone screen from being scratched and scratched, and you may survive an accidental fall in your life, the screen protector can help you clean up the mess. However, these bubbles indicate that you did something wrong and not everyone did it right. Fortunately, there may be some tips to install the screen protector correctly, protect your screen, and possibly protect your sanity in the process. Step 1: Cleaning the phone screen The process starts with cleaning. "Before picking up a new screen protector, don't ignore the importance of cleaning equipment," said a spokesperson for Zagg, the manufacturer of the InvisibleShield series of screen protectors. "Dust and particles on the screen will cause any defects in the application of the screen protector." You may have noticed that almost all screen protectors have small cleaning cloths and alcohol wipes in the packaging. If not, it may It is a low-end screen protector. Zagg told Pickr that cleaning the phone screen is an important part of the installation process because dust and other fibers can easily get trapped underneath. Usually, the screen protector comes with a small piece of wet wipes, but some screen protectors may also have large stickers that allow you to wipe off any signs of dust on the surface. Step 2: Arrange the next part that is correct for everyone: Arrange. If you remember the way, the way, the way when you were a kid, you may remember whether you can cut a straight line. It is also possible that you have masked all those memories because you cannot cut a straight line. It happened, we understand. However, arranging the screen protector is an important part of what makes these jobs so good. Depending on who made the screen protector for you, it may come with an application tray for the specific phone you own. "If you don't have a tray available, please line up the products as much as possible, making sure that any camera cutouts or notches are properly aligned," Zagg told Pickr. Step 3: Start working from the center Once you are ready to apply the screen protector sticker (because it actually is), it's time to remove the backing and put it all down. When you start to do this, you will rush to expel all the air between the phone glass and the screen protector, making sure to eliminate all air bubbles. However, although your natural inclination may be to do this from the top or bottom, Zagg’s experts recommend working from somewhere else: the center. "Work outward from the center and hold the screen protector in place. Press firmly on its edges, making sure to press on the top and bottom, as well as all curved edges," a Zagg spokesperson said. If there are still bubbles that cannot be expelled, try using a piece of cardboard or plastic to slide the bubbles out and off the edges to release them from the phone. Some screen protectors have this feature and may be called "squeegee", just like you use on windows or car windshields, you can think of it as doing so, scraping the air off the glass . "If you have a stubborn bubble, you can gently lift the edge of the protective film closest to the bubble and reapply the area of ​​the screen protective film with a squeegee," Zagg said. Leigh :) Stark As a technical journalist working in Sydney, Australia, Leigh has contributed articles for publications such as the Australian Financial Review, GadgetGuy, Popular Science, APC, PC & Tech Authority, and radio and television since 2007. The Zagg Pro Keys iPad keyboard case was evaluated on September 30, 2021. Mophie 4-in-1 wireless charging pad was evaluated on September 16, 2021. The tablet computer Zagg prepared a screen protector to make the pencil feel papery. June 2021 19th

When I glanced at the obvious bubbles and a piece of loose hair on the iPhone 13 screen, I remembered that I could not install a screen protector to save my life. Can I learn how to do it?

bubble. They are very suitable for children on hot summer days, blowing gum when you chew gum, and they are the cute name of a very excited puppy. When you ask, it will always give you a big smile.

But the bubbles under the phone's screen protector are not very good, and will produce the frustrating growl that Ted Lasso's Roy Kent will make whenever there are any signs.

The bubble under the screen indicates that your screen protector is not installed correctly and is frustrating in nature. When all you want to do is prevent the phone screen from being scratched and scratched, and you may survive an accidental fall in your life, the screen protector can help you clean up the mess. However, these bubbles indicate that you did something wrong and not everyone did it right.

Fortunately, there may be some tips to install the screen protector correctly, protect your screen, and possibly protect your sanity in the process.

The process starts with cleaning.

"Before picking up a new screen protector, don't ignore the importance of cleaning equipment," said a spokesperson for Zagg, the manufacturer of the InvisibleShield series of screen protectors. "Dust and particles on the screen will cause any defects in the screen protector application."

You may have noticed that almost all screen protectors have small cleaning cloths and alcohol wipes in their packaging. If not, it may be a low-grade screen protector.

Zagg told Pickr that cleaning the phone screen is an important part of the installation process because dust and other fibers can easily get trapped underneath.

Usually, the screen protector comes with a small piece of wet wipes, but some screen protectors may also have large stickers that allow you to wipe off any signs of dust on the surface.

Next is the right part for everyone: queuing.

If you remember the way, the way, the way when you were a kid, you may remember whether you can cut a straight line. It is also possible that you have masked all those memories because you cannot cut a straight line. It happened, we understand.

However, arranging the screen protector is an important part of what makes these jobs so good. Depending on who made the screen protector for you, it may come with an application tray for the specific phone you own.

"If you don't have a tray available, please line up the products as much as possible, making sure that any camera cutouts or notches are properly aligned," Zagg told Pickr.

Once you are ready to apply the sticker as a screen protector—because it actually is—it’s time to remove the backing and put it all down.

When you start to do this, you will rush to expel all the air between the phone glass and the screen protector, making sure to eliminate all air bubbles. However, although your natural inclination may be to do this from the top or bottom, Zagg’s experts recommend working from somewhere else: the center.

"Work outward from the center and hold the screen protector in place. Press firmly on its edges, making sure to press on the top and bottom, as well as all curved edges," a Zagg spokesperson said.

If there are still bubbles that cannot be expelled, try using a piece of cardboard or plastic to slide the bubbles out and off the edges to release them from the phone. Some screen protectors have this feature and may be called "squeegee", just like you use on a window or car windshield, you can think of it as doing so, scraping the air off the glass .

"If you have a stubborn bubble, you can gently lift the edge of the protective film closest to the bubble and reapply the area of ​​the screen protective film with a squeegee," Zagg said.

As a technical reporter working in Sydney, Australia, Leigh has contributed articles for publications such as the Australian Financial Review, GadgetGuy, Popular Science, APC, PC & Tech Authority, and radio and television since 2007.

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