Hori Screen Protector = Instructions in Japanese

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Otagamo, Aug 14, 2007.

  1. Otagamo
    OP

    Otagamo Newbie

    Newcomer
    3
    0
    Aug 5, 2007
    Brazil
    Oi.
    I just bought a Japanese Hori Screen Protector, but the problem is... it's all in japanese. I'm not sure what to do and I don't want to ruin my horis. [​IMG]
    Can anyone with an english manual post it here?? Or maybe scan it??

    Thank you. [​IMG]
     
  2. jesterscourt

    jesterscourt Not Brad.

    Member
    2,199
    74
    Jan 3, 2007
    United States
    Buy a Hori+ protector at Target for 10$. It comes with English directions.

    I'm surprised more people don't know that option is available. [​IMG]
     
  3. roguefan99

    roguefan99 GBAtemp Regular

    Member
    110
    0
    Oct 24, 2002
    Not everyone has access to a US target. Aussie targets dont have them, guessing Brazillian targets probably dont have them either.

    What I did was cleaned the hell out of my screen (still got a bit of something behind it at the bottom), there are recommendations for rooms to do this in all over this forum.

    Then peel off one of the sides, the one that has the peel me logo. Then apply it with that side down and peel off the other side.

    The panel that feels thinner goes on the bottom (should also be slightly smaller too), while the thicker one goes on the top (I dont apply this one, so it goes in the bin). The bottom one also doesn't fully fill the screen (this is good as it makes it eaiser to get off) you will have a small margin down the sides if you get it in the right position (mine is probably a bit far to the right).
     
  4. 4saken

    4saken Retired Ace Attorney

    Member
    3,358
    3
    Nov 28, 2006
    The size differences should be enough to distinguish them. You can tell which side is meant to be face down as it feels very grippy.

    Try to clean as much dust off as you can using a cloth or compressed air, and apply after a hot shower so the steam drags the dust down.

    Use scotch tape to remove pieces of fluff and dust from the static side of the screen protector if you get any of it. That's pretty much it. No other materials involved.
     
  5. swiitness

    swiitness GBAtemp Regular

    Member
    142
    12
    Feb 6, 2007
    Just do it really slow and apply one side first slowly let down the rest of the film protector. I thought I was doing it right when I was lining up the film protector with all the sides and then just letting it all down in one go.

    But when I peeled off the backing I had bubbles left all over. This was a genuine Hori one from play-asia mind you.
     
  6. TeraS

    TeraS GBAtemp Regular

    Member
    222
    0
    Jan 7, 2006
    i got my hori today,

    my touch screen is perfect with no bubbles, however my top screen only has 2 bubbles on the sides.

    Just do it slowly and use the card to push out air bubbles.
     
  7. deathfisaro

    deathfisaro Narcistic Deathfisaro Fan

    Member
    2,053
    0
    Mar 16, 2007
    Canada
    Vancouver, BC
    Use a DS cartridge, apply one edge, and push the cartridge toward the other side, or fold a business card in half. I always get no bubbles using these tools.