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Announced in August 2017, the Galaxy Note8 is the successor to the recalled Galaxy Note7. The Note8 was made available to the public for purchase in September of 2017.

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Unsure about screen protector type?

I bought a preowned phone from boost mobile. Phone was absolutely great from the moment t I got it. Heck it even came with a screen protector already on it. So like any responsible owner I went and bought a case, and that's when it all went wrong. After a few days I started to notice the edges of where the screen and the case meet started to peel up. I take the case off and apply pressure to these areas and it would mostly “lay" back down. Case goes back on and then it got worse. So last night having got tired of looking at it, I attempted to remove it….. this is where I went wrong. Only the areas that were peeling broke off. I know it's some kind of glass because it cut me. I have no idea what kind of screen protector this is and now I have its glass sticking up and it won't come off! Someone please help me and tell me what to do…..thank you in advance

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@dreemsofsleep here are some guides:

https://www.wikihow.com/Remove-Tempered-...


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I actually tried that before I posted the question any other thoughts

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honestly..that should do it....if you really wanna go for broke: remove battery...place glass side down in flat container with 99% alcohol to let it soak under the glass protector. i wouldnt do this though, the other methods should be more than capable of removing....perhaps consider taking it to a shop

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Easiest way (from experience) to remove a glass screen protector is to work a credit card between the phone and glass then slowly and gently work it further under untill it pops off, I have been able to get them off in one piece in the past using this method.

Good luck!

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I tried that. It really seems like the protector is almost glued on

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