How can I fix a scratched screen on a smartphone?
ernard 1 year ago
I have a big scratch on the touchscreen of my HTC phone. It's not to the point of making it unusable or anything, but I can't help but see it constantly. It might as well be a neon green line on the screen as far as me not noticing it. I know this may be a fool's dream, but is there any way to fix, or at least minimize the visibility of a scratch on a touchscreen?
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