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I got a nexus 7 to replace my samsung galaxy tab 3 10.1. The nexus is more suitable for my purposes as far as size goes + it didn't come with all the bloatware that my tab has. Tab will be given to someone / sold, not sure yet.

Anyway I bought a screen protector for my nexus. I have never installed one before. I watched the guy put it on my phone when I got my nexus 5 and it was an intimidating process to say the least. But he got it on flawlessly and that was that. I attempted to apply the one for my tablet by myself. It came with a little cloth, some application liquid ( a mini squirt bottle type thing ), squeegee, and the screen protector. I followed the instructions exactly but after I finished using the squeegee on it it looked like there was a fair amount of the application liquid still between the protector and the tablet. Is that normal and will it evaporate after a couple hours or did I do something wrong?
 
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I got a nexus 7 to replace my samsung galaxy tab 3 10.1. The nexus is more suitable for my purposes as far as size goes + it didn't come with all the bloatware that my tab has. Tab will be given to someone / sold, not sure yet.

Anyway I bought a screen protector for my nexus. I have never installed one before. I watched the guy put it on my phone when I got my nexus 5 and it was an intimidating process to say the least. But he got it on flawlessly and that was that. I attempted to apply the one for my tablet by myself. It came with a little cloth, some application liquid ( a mini squirt bottle type thing ), squeegee, and the screen protector. I followed the instructions exactly but after I finished using the squeegee on it it looked like there was a fair amount of the application liquid still between the protector and the tablet. Is that normal and will it evaporate after a couple hours or did I do something wrong?

What kind of screen protector was it? The liquid should go away after a couple days.
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