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I have just google and seen lots of lots of articles that using toothpaste, bicarb, glass polish, etc, you can remove some scratches on mobile phone screen, didn't work for me! Anyone had some success using this these methods.

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1 hour ago, gamezone07 said:

Anyone had some success using this these methods.

Always works well on car headlights but I wouldn't recommend it on a mobile phone.

 

Screens are so cheap now, you're probably better off just swapping the screen.

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Posted (edited)

Huawei p8 lite not worth that much, especially in light of Google removing apps!

 

actually i think it may be a hair!, maybe when i was replacing sim..

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Posted (edited)
12 hours ago, gamezone07 said:

Huawei p8 lite not worth that much, especially in light of Google removing apps!

 

actually i think it may be a hair!, maybe when i was replacing sim..

Me and her indoors have Huawei phones also, a wee scratch or hair on the screen would be a small problem now this has happened. How long can Huawei users carry on with their phones before changing them HAS to be done is my question of the day. I use mine for mobile banking and am worried over security issues that WILL arise in the future.

 

Angel1.

Edited by ANGELFIRE1

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Back on topic please.

 

There’s a thread here about Google and Hauwei...

 

 

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14 hours ago, Top Cats Hat said:

 

Screens are so cheap now, you're probably better off just swapping the screen.

Yea but the digitiser is usually bonded to the glass so you've gotta replace both which isn't so cheap, near impossible to separate the two.

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