i wasnt THAT carefull with the liquid, and it took me like 3 hours to install it all.
but i left it to dry for like 36 hours.
Originally Posted by Striker951
To be honest, I did on my first Storm2. When I took it off to exchange it because of the buttons not being responsive, I noticed that the buttons became more responsive even on a flat surface.
I installed an invisible shield on my second Storm2 and haven't noticed a difference in button sensitivity. I had my second Storm2 without an IS for a few days before I received my replacement in the mail.
3 HOURS? Man you must be really OCD! It usually takes me around 10 minutes to do a full body. I let it dry for 24 hours or so.
Originally Posted by rcocchiararo
well, i have to admint, this was my 3rd invisible shield (or similar) install, and my 2 others where on a 1st gen iphone (much simpler :P )
the lateral parts where SUPER hard to pus into place, and i didnt get them perfectly in place either :P
oh, and since my last shield (a shieldguardz) had some fingerprints under the screen cover, i decided to take some surgical gloves from my father, and unluckily, they had some white powder on them, for easier "somethin", that left "marks" un 2 spots of my screen shield before i thew them away :P
I stopped using Zagg along time ago due to the water, I moved over to Steinheil SGP Screen protectors. Here is my post on it http://www.blackberryos.com/forums/b...rotection.html
Took me a week. I was super anal
Originally Posted by markhunsaker
I had it wrapped with a case and rubber bands.
Looks good though. That's all I cared about.
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