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2017年4月に発売されたSamsungの新しいフラグシップのスマートフォン、Galaxy S8です。

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Glass back slight gap in one of the corners

I got my FOURTH Galaxy S8 replacement, finally one with no issues with the screen however this one's glass back is ever so slightly raised above the metal frame in one corner. Of course, it's the bottom right corner, the only one that actually matters when interacting with the phone right handed. I've watched videos of glass back replacement and it looks easy enough but I was wondering what are the chances of me fixing this by heating up that area and pressing the glass down somehow? Even a tenth of a millimeter would be a big improvement as it protrudes JUST enough to catch the skin when making calls. I don't want to use any kind of case.

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You can try heat it up and press while it cools as factory glue is quite strong. however if yours is not factory glue chances are better to replace with new glue

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It is factory glue, it's a brand new phone. I just don't want to exchange it for another one because the screen is perfect. Any tips how would I go about pressing it down so it stays like that? I tried to heat it up a little but it was probably not anywhere near enough and it wouldn't move at all when pressing with fingers. The whole phone is rounded and quite slippery which makes it really hard to keep the glass pressed in the corner.

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usually i used plastic clippers for phone to hold down the glass/screen. in your case, maybe you can use wooden cloth clippers or heat resistant rubber band to keep it tight while heating

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Mario M さん、ありがとうございました!
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