31-05-2022 04:13 PM in
01-06-2022 05:25 AM in
There has been a few posts I've read where a Samsung Service Centre ended up replacing the whole screen and battery to get a factory fitted screen protector issue sorted.
If you perform a forum search I'm sure you'll find some of the previous threads.
In some cases the service centre wanted to levy a charge for replacement.
My Fold³ also delaminated down the fold section which I ended up carefully peeling off.
Samsung say you can remove the protector if you wish which does not invalidate the 2 year manufacturers warranty however if damage is done while removing the protector then it will invalidate the warranty.
Removing it is just like removing other factory fitted screen protector.
I decided I didn't want my phone to be disassembled to remedy this so I decided to remove the protector, and all has been fine with it in my case.
3rd party accessory manufacturers such as Whitestone Dome sell protectors for the Fold³ , however from looking at their dedicated website / YouTube it looks to be very fiddly to apply.
Of course this was my personal decision to remove the protector.
It's upto the individual on what decision they make on this.
Would you let us know how you get on with this.
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01-06-2022 03:42 PM in