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現在のバージョン作成者: Albert Einstein ,

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-If you ever open any Xperia phone take a notice about the thickness of the existing sticker cutout and then compare it to what you have. Keep in mind that the original one is slightly thinner as it came packed from the sticker factory for 1st use at the cell phone factory. So your replacement sticker cutout should be AT LEAST the same size as the original one is but better yet - slightly thicker. If not then heat will push the display off the sticker, usually this is caused by the battery which inflates and deflates depending on many conditions but this happens also simply because of heat. Like leaving the phone in the sun, warm weather or whatever.
+If you ever open any Xperia phone take a notice about the thickness of the existing sticker cutout and then compare it to what you have. Keep in mind that the original one is slightly thinner as it came packed from the sticker factory for 1st use at the cell phone factory because it was compressed during the time of use before 1st opening. So your replacement sticker cutout should be AT LEAST the same size as the original one is but better yet - slightly thicker. If not then heat will push the display off the sticker, usually this is caused by the battery which inflates and deflates depending on many conditions but this happens also simply because of heat. Like leaving the phone in the sun, warm weather or whatever.
ALSO take a note where the display touches the edges. A brand new and untouched/unopened phone has a straight flush on all edges. But when you apply a too thin sticker cutout your display will “sink” somewhat into the rest of the phone leaving no room for the minor internal life thus pushing your display out.
It is ridiculous that we have to deal with crap like this in the 21. century. I still remember how easy it used to be with Nokia phones. All screws, some clips and almost nothing glued or stickered. Simple and easy.

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オリジナル投稿者: Albert Einstein ,

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If you ever open any Xperia phone take a notice about the thickness of the existing sticker cutout and then compare it to what you have. Keep in mind that the original one is slightly thinner as it came packed from the sticker factory for 1st use at the cell phone factory. So your replacement sticker cutout should be AT LEAST the same size as the original one is but better yet - slightly thicker. If not then heat will push the display off the sticker, usually this is caused by the battery which inflates and deflates depending on many conditions but this happens also simply because of heat. Like leaving the phone in the sun, warm weather or whatever.

ALSO take a note where the display touches the edges. A brand new and untouched/unopened phone has a straight flush on all edges. But when you apply a too thin sticker cutout your display will “sink” somewhat into the rest of the phone leaving no room for the minor internal life thus pushing your display out.

It is ridiculous that we have to deal with crap like this in the 21. century. I still remember how easy it used to be with Nokia phones. All screws, some clips and almost nothing glued or stickered. Simple and easy.

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