I know what you mean but if your careful you will get the result you want.im really bad with water and a phone lol, thats why i bought the dry install. but i guess if align right, things should work.
This. I had tried for quite some time to get my Oleophobic on perfect but it was either dust or not lining up properly that was frustrating the hell out of me. I took a users advice on this forum to do a wet install with a bowl of water + 1 pump of soap in a slightly steamy bathroom and my install came out FLAWLESS.Some people would disagree but the easiest way to install a shield is a wet install. If it doesn't come with a solution you can get a bowl and put some soapy water in it and literally put the shield in the bowl. You just wet the shield making sure not to touch the back then place it on the screen.
It helps you to position the shield without having to lift it up and getting fingerprints, dust underneath it.
Get a credit card and wrap it in a micro fiber cloth so you can push the excess water from underneath and make sure you push it away from the ports.
You will get a flawless install if it is done correctly!!
I just got mine and I can confirm it does not. If you can imagine the cutout for the ear speaker being extended out just far enough to open up for the front camera. I personally think it looks awkward and unbalanced. They should of kept it like it was before people started complaining about no cut out.i just wanted to know does the oleo's still cover the front camera to protect it?
Take it out before, I forgot to and had to lift the protector back up to get it off.This may sound like a stupid question but are you meant to remove the cover around the home button?
I know the oleophobic comes with a perforation around the 2 layers (protector + its cover film) - do they both come off and when is best to take them out? Before fitting the protector or after?