Nds Hori Screen Protector

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by shane1972, Nov 12, 2007.

  1. shane1972
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    shane1972 GBAtemp Regular

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    Hi,

    Can someone please explain to me exactly how they remove the above item from there nds lite?
    My friend had 1 on his nds but the screen protector would not come off unless you used a pointy object in the corner of the screen which i dont want to do.

    Cheers Shane
     
  2. Dingler

    Dingler GBAtemp Fan

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    You dear friend has the right idea though - a pointy og extremly flat piece of metal/plastic should do the trick. It wont do any damage, trust me.
     
  3. drkshinigami

    drkshinigami Member

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    just tape the top right corner and pull towards the center
     
  4. jelbo

    jelbo Ōkami!

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    Some very sticky and sturdy tape would do the job. I've never tried myself, my 1,5+ year old protectors are still fine [​IMG] (I don't game that much though, and when I do I make sure my screens are dust-free)
     
  5. leetdude_007

    leetdude_007 Official GBAtemp Assassin That Has Never Killed An

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    don't need sticky tape, just any "scotch tape" you like. just make sure it's long. I believe the increased area is more effective than superglue on a string.
     
  6. Riddance

    Riddance Member

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    I have an ExpertShield on my N95, this works basicly the same as a Hori
    I pulled it off to remove an airbubble by putting some scotch tape on a corner, push it on and lift it
     
  7. IainDS

    IainDS GBAtemp Regular

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    I usually use a hair dryer. It will melt the glue on the underside.
     
  8. Riddance

    Riddance Member

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    If I read correct, Hori doesn't use glue but a sort of silicone which creates a vacuum
    but please correct me if I'm wrong
     
  9. BakuFunn

    BakuFunn Flameproof.

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    Yea, the hori screens are not sticky.
     
  10. War

    War Take it easy~

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    Yeah, I've been meaning to do this too. I have a nasty air bubble that really pisses me off when I'm playing. :\
     
  11. 4saken

    4saken Retired Ace Attorney

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    You can try to use a soft card to get into the corner, or try the tape technique (works for me all the time [​IMG]). Shouldn't be too hard since Hori protectors don't go all the way to the edge.
     
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