Tech Armor Premium High Definition Screen Protector for HTC One Mini - Clear (Pack of 3)
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- High Definition Transparency Film that ensures maximum resolution
- TruTouch Sensitivity for a natural feel that provides flawless touch screen accuracy
- Made from the highest quality Japanese PET Film with 100% Bubble-Free Adhesives for easy installation and no residue when removed
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Protect Your HTC One Mini Smartphone, The TECH ARMOR Way!Tech Armor HD Clear Screen Protectors provide the highest transparency while still delivering scratch resistant protection for your HTC One Mini Smartphone Display!All Tech Armor Screen protectors are made of the highest quality Japanese PET Film available with 100% Bubble-Free Silicon Adhesives.Every Tech Armor Screen Protector is backed by the TECH ARMOR LIFETIME REPLACEMENT WARRANTY!COMPATIBILITY: HTC One Mini SmartphoneThe TECH ARMOR Screen Protector Kit Includes:- Three (3) HD Clear Screen Protectors- Installation Instructions- Smoothing Card- Lint-Free Polishing Cloth- Bubble Removal Tape- Retail Packaging- TECH ARMOR LIFETIME REPLACEMENT WARRANTYINSTALLATION: Please visit our amazon Webstore and watch the installation video to get the most of your screen protection investment and to get a Bubble Free Install!TECH ARMOR LIFETIME REPLACEMENT WARRANTYWe are committed to your satisfaction and will send you replacements free of charge for:- Installation Problems such as bubbles or other user error- Scratched or damaged screen protectors- Wear and TearOur commitment to you is that we will keep your device protected, the TECH ARMOR WAY, or your money back.
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I'm also including instructions for how I install these covers (we have several different devices we use this brand on, so it's the best way I've found) without the bubbles, lint and dust bunnies that like to get involved.
Installation is easy, once you do a couple things. First, I have a cleaning solution I use on all my electronics screens. Endust anti-static gel screen cleaner. Mine came with a towel, but it's a microfiber, washable, fairly large one. I clean the screen with that solution (just one spritz) and the towel.
Now here's for the weird part. Go into your bathroom, turn on the water (I use the tub) to just over warm water. Now put a paper towel (I fold mine in half) down; they don't have lint, they help cushion your device on the counter and if you need to move your device, you just use the paper towel and don't run the risk of getting fingerprints.
Put your device on the paper towel, use the enclosed screen cleaner to go over the screen one more time for any smudges or lint that may have been attracted during the trip to the bathroom. I usually start at my desk, then move to the bathroom, my theory is the lint is mostly hanging out on my desk at this point. There are lint stickers in the package, but I've never had to use them.
Now that you're sure there's nothing on your screen (water is still running right?) line up the bottom of the protector with your screen, and carefully peel back the under layer (tab 1) of the protector, smoothing out any bubbles until the base is adhered to the screen. I usually have to reposition my hands at this point, you'll be slowly peeling the back cover from the tacky side of the protector, while smoothing out the bubbles, while slowly (did I mention slowly?) letting the cover adhere. It will be a little difficult, and the cover it stiff, so don't expect it to just fall into place. Don't worry if you see scuff marks on the protector from the little card you're using to put the protector in place, that part peels off.
Now that the sticky side is in place, work out any bubbles you may have missed (this is your last shot at it) with the enclosed card, then slowly and carefully pull tab 2 up, just a bit. Sometimes that corner doesn't always stick down, so if the bottom comes up with it, carefully put it back down, smooth the bubbles out, give it a good rub with the card or your finger, then try again. Slowly peel the top layer off, it's attached by static, but you could still pull the protector you just worked so hard to put on, right back off. Some people let theirs sit for while before trying to pull of the top layer, but so long as you're careful, you can do it right away.
Congrats! You just installed a new protector like a pro! Don't forget to turn the water off; you can actually turn it off if you feel the bathroom heating up, I usually have someone else in there waiting to shut it off. The moisture from the water helps keep the lint from flying around, so the screen will stay clean, and it helps keep the static to a minimum preventing those little pieces of dust from jumping onto the adhesive of the protector, forever embedding right smack in the middle of the screen.
Bad thing is that it does not cover all the screen it leaves a part of the screen at bottom part where the capacitive buttons are placed