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So I dropped my phone and saw 2 small cracks at the top of the screen, I made sure it was just the protector and not the glass by taking off the protector and good news it’s only the protector.

Should I put the slight cracked protector back on or go without one for a few days until I order a new one?
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(Original post by LeWis:))
So I dropped my phone and saw 2 small cracks at the top of the screen, I made sure it was just the protector and not the glass by taking off the protector and good news it’s only the protector.

Should I put the slight cracked protector back on or go without one for a few days until I order a new one?
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Depends how clumsy you are. I personally don't have a screen protector, I have one of those phone cases that covers the screen of my phone which provides enough protection. If you feel like you need one, then put it back on until you replace it.
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I hate using screen protectors/ cases but it depends on what phone you use. I have an iphone and have dropped it many times and its fine. Other makes I am not sure.
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